With new seasons of fall television shows starting soon, that means most of last year’s shows will be hitting your streaming services soon. This week sees “The Blacklist: Season Four,” which didn’t make the list only because I am personally a few seasons behind. What did make number one, however, is the latest season of “The Walking Dead: Season Seven,” which was absolutely amazing, with Jeffrey Dean Morgan playing the villainous role of Negan almost pitch perfectly. Some teen dramas help fill out the batch this week, with Hailee Steinfeld’s “The Edge Of Seventeen,” as she navigates coming of age with the help of Woody Harrelson, as well as “Short Term 12,” where Brie Larson is in the driver’s seat, helping some at-risk teens through some difficult situations, while she tries to deal with her own, and “A Monster Calls,” dealing with a young boy navigating an ill mother, played by Felicity Jones, and an absent father, all while befriending a tree monster voiced by Liam Neeson. The Oscar-nominated “Bright Star,” starring Abbie Cornish, Ben Whishaw, and Paul Schneider is available and, although the original 1959 Academy Award Best Picture winner “Ben-Hur” isn’t available, the 2016 remake starring Jack Huston is. Some films to fill your thriller void include the Jessica Alba-led horror film “The Eye,” where her double cornea transplant gets some eerie results and the Amanda Seyfried-led “Chloe,” who plays a fatal attraction sexpot stirring up trouble in a marriage between Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson. There’s also a crime drama starring Emile Hirsch and Zoe Kravitz titled “Vincent-N-Roxxy” and if you need a fix of “Th0r: Ragnarok,” which is still two months out, enjoy “Planet Hulk,” which is one of the story-lines presumed to be borrowed for the latest Thor installment due out in November.

The Edge of Seventeen || Hailee Steinfeld as a frustrated teen

Bright Star || Oscar nominated period piece with Abbie Cornish

Planet Hulk || The closest to Thor: Ragnarok you can get for now

The Eye || Horror movie with Jessica Alba getting eye transplant

Ben-Hur (2016) || A remake of the 1959 Charlton Heston epic

Vincent-N-Roxxy || Emile Hirsch and Zoe Kravitz crime drama

A Monster Calls || Hard times causes a boy to befriend a monster

Short Term 12 || Brie Larson works at group home for teens

Chloe || Erotic drama w/ Amanda Seyfried and Julianne Moore

Walking Dead: Season 7 || Negan wrecks havoc on Rick’s crew


  • The Blacklist: Season Four (Netflix)
  • BoJack Horseman: Season Four (Netflix)
  • Cesanne et Moi (Netflix)
  • A Dark Song (Netflix)
  • Easy Virtue (Netflix)
  • Graduation (Netflix)
  • Kicking & Screaming (1995) (Netflix)
  • Like Crazy (2016) (Netflix)
  • Marc Maron: Too Real (Netflix)
  • Nocturama (Netflix)
  • No Tomorrow: Season One (Netflix)
  • #realityhigh (Netflix)
  • Reign: Season Four (Netflix)


  • Dirty Dancing (Amazon Prime)
  • The Rage: Carrie 2 (Amazon Prime)


  • Dying Laughing (Hulu)
  • The Emperor’s New Groove (Hulu)
  • Freaky Friday (1976) (Hulu)
  • Freaky Friday (2003) (Hulu)
  • Lilo & Stitch (Hulu)
  • The Lodge (Hulu)


  • Cold Creek Manor (Showtime)
  • Open Range (Showtime)



  • Filth (Expires Monday, Sept 11th) (from Netflix)
  • Terra Nova: Season One (Expires Monday, Sept 11th) (from Netflix)
  • Ringer: Season One (Expires Thursday, Sept 14th) (from Netflix)
  • Exeter (Expires Friday, Sept 15th) (from Netflix)
  • Reality (Expires Friday, Sept 15th) (from Netflix)

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