(1 of ) Netflix, Sept. 4, "Black Panther": In the most successful movie of 2018 so far, this eighteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe focuses on T'Challa, Black Panther, a king who must rally his allies and secure safety for his people. (Marvel)
(2 of ) Amazon Prime Video, Sept. 1, "Ghostbusters": Supernatural comedy is at its very best in this classic film starring Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray. So just one question: Who ya gonna call? (Columbia Pictures)
(3 of ) Netflix, Sept. 1, "The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy": Join Arthur Dent (played by the wonderful Martin Freeman) on his voyage into the stars in this film based on Douglas Adams' classic novel. Just don't forget your towel. (Touchstone)
(4 of ) Hulu, Sept. 1, "13 Going on 30": Everyone's favorite slumber party rom-com starring Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo is now available to stream.
(5 of ) Netflix, Sept. 1, "Groundhog Day": In this ultimate classic comedy, Bill Murray stars as a weatherman forced to relive the same day over and over again. (Columbia Pictures Corp.)
(6 of ) Amazon Prime Video, Sept. 1, "Sleepless in Seattle": Meg Ryan (as Annie Reed), Ross Malinger (as Jonah), Tom Hanks (as Sam Baldwin) star in this romantic drama. ( TriStar Pictures)
(7 of ) Hulu, Sept. 1, "The Amityville Horror": Get in the spooky spirit early with this horror classic about an extremely haunted house.
(8 of ) Netflix, Sept. 1, "The Breakfast Club": Get ready for the best detention session ever in this 1980s classic. (Universal)
(9 of ) Netflix, Sept. 1, "Spider-man 3": In this sequel, Peter Parker mus battle enemies — as well as the darkness that threatens to consume him. (Columbia Pictures)
(10 of ) Hulu, Sept. 1, "Field of Dreams": Kevin Costner stars in this film about a farmer who hears a voice in his field tell him the famous line: "If you build it, he will come." But what does it mean?
(11 of ) Netflix, Sept. 2, "Lilo & Stitch": The dynamic duo is here to be your guides on this cute, Hawaiian, galactic adventure. (Disney)
(12 of ) Netflix, Sept. 2, "The Emperor’s New Groove": In what may be the most underrated Disney movie ever, a pompous Emperor Kuzco is transformed into a llama by an adviser desperate for power. His only hope? Working with a peasant with a big heart. (Disney)
(13 of ) Netflix, Sept. 10, "Call the Midwife, Series 7": This historical drama looks at midwifery and family in 1950s East End London. It's worth binging if you haven't watched the previous seasons. (BBC)
(14 of ) Hulu, Sept. 14, "The First": The series premiere of this Hulu original starring Sean Penn follows a group a humans aiming to be the first to colonize Mars.
(15 of ) Netflix, Sept. 16, "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World": In this film based on the comic series, Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) must fight off Ramona Flowers' (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) ex-boyfriends to be able to date her. It's an epic nerdy adventure. (Universal)
(16 of ) Hulu, Sept. 17, "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week –The Touring Years (2016):" Director Ron Howard takes the lead on this documentary featuring music, interviews, and stories of The Beatles' 250 concerts from 1963 to 1966.
(17 of ) Netflix, Sept. 18, "American Horror Story: Cult": Politics and paranoia are central to this seventh season in the popular FX horror series. (20th Century Fox)
(18 of ) Netflix, Sept. 21, "Nappily Ever After": Violet Jones has the perfect life — until she realizes she doesn't. So one night, she makes a decision that kicks off a journey of self-discovery. (Netflix)
(19 of ) Netflix, Sept. 23, "The Walking Dead: Season 8": If you're still along for the Walking Dead ride, Netflix conveniently puts the previous season on right before the new one begins on Oct. 7. It's a good time to catch up, and season 8 is full of surprises. (AMC)
(20 of ) Netflix, Sept. 25, "A Wrinkle in Time": Join young Meg Murry (Storm Reid) on her quest to find her father on a mysterious planet, guided by astral travelers (Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling). (Disney)