19 new shows and movies to stream on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu this fall

by Kaitlin Reilly
Aug 31, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. ET
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Already binged Stranger Things and caught up with The Mindy Project and The Man In The High Castle? If you need new movies or TV shows to watch, you're in luck — there are a ton of new programs headed our way in fall of 2016. Click through to find your next streaming obsession. 

1 /20: 'Luke Cage'

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1/20 :'Luke Cage'

Can't get enough of the Marvel universe? If you loved Daredevil and Jessica Jones, check out the upcoming series Luke Cage, which will follow the Jessica Jones character of the same name into his own crime-fighting adventures in Hell's Kitchen. The Netflix series premieres its first season on Sept. 30. 

2 /20: 'Haters Back Off'

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2/20 :'Haters Back Off'

If you grew up laughing over hilarious YouTube sensation Miranda Sings, you'll definitely want to check out Netflix's Haters Back Off, which follows Colleen Ballinger's overzealous, totally untalented character Miranda as she attempts to "fail upwards." Check it out on Netflix Oct. 14.

3 /20: 'Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories'

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3/20 :'Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories'

This Netflix original, which begins streaming on Oct. 21, tells the story of a small eatery called Meshiya and the human drama that unfolds in this late-night diner. 

4 /20: 'The 13th'

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4/20 :'The 13th'

Selma director Ava DuVernay explores the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States.” DuVernay's documentary examines how mass criminalization has roots within the amendment, using a mix of archival footage and testimony from activists, politicians, historians and formerly incarcerated people to tell this story. Stream the documentary on Netflix on Oct. 7. 

5 /20: 'Mascots'

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5/20 :'Mascots'

You've probably never thought about the ultra-competitive world of sports mascots, but this comedy, which stars Parker Posey and Jane Lynch, will have you rolling on the floor as you watch mascots vie for the ultimate prize of the Gold Fluffy. It hits Netflix on Oct. 13. 

6 /20: 'The Crown'

6/20 :'The Crown'

Netflix's The Crown tells the story of the rivalries and relationships behind Queen Elizabeth II's reign, both personal and political. It hits Netflix on Nov. 4.

7 /20: 'Into the Inferno'

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7/20 :'Into the Inferno'

In this documentary for Netflix, Werner Herzog and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer explore some of the world’s most famous volcanoes in Indonesia, Ethiopia, Iceland and North Korea. The documentary will premiere on Netflix Oct. 28.

8 /20: 'The Ivory Game'

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8/20 :'The Ivory Game'

This Netflix documentary goes undercover to explore the illegal world of the ivory trade. The film follows poachers in pursuit of ivory, a pursuit that is dwindling the world's population of African elephants. It premieres on Netflix on Nov. 4.

9 /20: 'Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life'

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9/20 :'Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life'

Though technically not a new series, the four-part Netflix revival of the beloved family drama about a fast-talking mother and daughter duo is sure to warm your heart. You can return to Stars Hollow when the revival hits Netflix on Nov. 25th.

10/20 :'Chance'

Dr. House is back — sort of. Hugh Laurie stars in Hulu's upcoming drama about a man who gets involved in a twisted mystery, which is based on the Kem Nunn book of the same name. Chance's first season will hit Hulu on Oct. 19, and no worries about waiting for more episodes to be announced after you finish binging the first season: The series has already received a Season 2 order.

11/20 :'Freakish'

Hulu has acquired AwesomenessTV series Freakish, a 10-episode horror series set in a small town. Its first season is set to stream in Oct. on Hulu.

12 /20: 'Shut Eye'

12/20 :'Shut Eye'

What would happen if a fake psychic became a real psychic? This darkly comedic crime drama, set in the world of storefront psychics, explores just that. The series begins streaming on Hulu on Dec. 7. 

13 /20: 'Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse'

13/20 :'Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse'

Always wanted to go on a globe-trotting adventure in search of amazing food? You may not have the funds to do that, but you can watch Chef Emeril Lagasse's journey when his new series hits Amazon Prime on Sept. 2. 

14 /20: 'Goliath'

14/20 :'Goliath'

Billy Bob Thornton stars in this David E. Kelley-produced Amazon drama about a lawyer who becomes involved in a "David vs. Goliath" trial when he takes on an aerospace company. It is scheduled to begin streaming on Oct. 14.

15 /20: 'One Mississippi'

15/20 :'One Mississippi'

Comedian Tig Notaro both wrote and stars in this loosely autobiographical dark comedy about returning to her childhood home following the loss of her mother. It begins streaming on Amazon Sept. 9.

16 /20: 'Fleabag'

16/20 :'Fleabag'

Phoebe Waller-Bridge writes and stars in Fleabag, a comedy about a detached woman attempting to get her life together in London. It begins streaming on Amazon Sept. 16. 

17 /20: 'Crisis in Six Scenes'

17/20 :'Crisis in Six Scenes'

This one-season series from Woody Allen takes place in the '60s, and stars Miley Cyrus. The series will be about a family whose world gets turned upside-down when a household guest arrives. The series will begin streaming on Amazon Sept. 30.

18 /20: 'Good Girls Revolt'

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18/20 :'Good Girls Revolt'

Inspired by the sexual discrimination cases chronicled in Lynn Povich’s book The Good Girls Revolt: How the Women of Newsweek Sued Their Bosses and Changed the Workplace, this series follows a group of young female journalists who fight for the same level of respect in the workplace as their male peers, while also tackling the other social issues of the '60s. Expect great costumes and even better music from this series, which begins streaming on Amazon on Oct. 28.

19 /20: 'The Collection'

19/20 :'The Collection'

This new Amazon UK series mixes family drama with business. Set in post-war Paris, The Collection tells the story of two brothers who will do anything to protect their secrets and their fashion empire. It begins streaming on Amazon U.K. Sept. 2. 

20 /20: What's your sign?

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20/20 :What's your sign?

Want more? Take a look at the shows you should watch based on your zodiac sign.