What to watch at home this week September 20 to 26

By Alexandra Heilbron on September 20, 2021 | Leave a Comment


Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd in The StarlingThere are a number of exciting new movies and shows to watch this week on streaming and DVD, including the heartwarming drama The Starling starring Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd, which premiered at TIFF this month. Check out this week’s offerings below. ~Alexandra Heilbron

The Starling – When Lilly (Melissa McCarthy) and Jack’s (Chris O’Dowd) baby daughter Katie dies of SIDS, Chris can’t cope with the loss and winds up living at a mental health facility. Lilly tries to keep things going with her minimum wage job as she takes care of their rural property and garden, but runs into conflict with a starling who perceives her as a threat to his hatchlings. Debuts September 24 on Netflix.

Birds of Paradise – Kate Sanders (Diana Silvers) is an ambitious and gifted aspiring ballerina who is given a scholarship to attend a prestigious ballet school in Paris. Upon arriving at the internationally-renowned institution, her confidence and emotional fortitude are tested by a beautiful, mysterious fellow dancer, Marine Durand (Kristine Froseth), who recently lost her brother (and dance partner) to suicide. Debuts September 24 on Amazon Prime Video.

F9 – Dom’s (Vin Diesel) younger brother Jakob (John Cena), a skilled assassin and high-performance driver, comes to get revenge against his elder sibling. Jakob teams up with familiar foe Cipher (Charlize Theron) in their quest for vengeance against Dom and his family. Available September 21 on DVD and Blu-ray.

September 20
Crawl (Netflix)
Pet Sematary (Amazon Prime Video)

September 21
A Clockwork Orange (Blu-ray/Digital)
A Dark Foe (DVD)
Baby Shark’s Big Show! (DVD)
Boys From County Hell (DVD/Blu-ray)
The Blacklist: S8 (DVD)
Breakdown (Blu-ray)
The Crocodile Dundee Trilogy (Blu-ray/Digital)
Cruella (Blu-ray/DVD)
Doctor Sleep (Netflix)
Dreaming Grand Avenue (DVD)
The Equalizer: S1 (DVD)
Escape Room: Tournament of Champions (Digital)
F9 (4K UHD/Blu-ray/DVD)
Go! Go! Cory Carson: Chrissy Takes the Wheel (Netflix)
Hardball (Blu-ray)
Lady of the Manor (DVD/Blu-ray)
Last Call (DVD)
Love on the Spectrum: S2 (Netflix)
Only Murders In The Building: S1: New Episode (Disney+)
The Power (DVD)
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show: Live Daily to Sept. 24 (BritBox)
The Vigil (DVD/Blu-ray)
Violation (Blu-ray)

September 22
American Horror Stories: S1: New Episode (Disney+)
Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life: S1, New Episode (Disney+)
Confessions of an Invisible Girl (Netflix)
Dear White People: Volume 4 (Netflix)
Disney Ducktales: S3 (Disney+)
Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.: S1: New Episode (Disney+)
Heartland: S14 (Netflix)
The Ice Road (Netflix)
Intrusion (Netflix)
Jaguar (Netflix)
Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan (Netflix)
Reservation Dogs: S1, New Episode (Disney+)
Star Wars: Visions: S1 Premiere (Disney+)
Turner & Hooch: S1, New Episode (Disney+)
What If…?: S1: New Episode (Disney+)

September 23
Je Suis Karl (Netflix)

September 24
Absentia: S3 (Amazon Prime Video)
Birds of Paradise (Amazon Original)
Blood & Water: S2 (Netflix)
Dinner Club: S1 (Amazon Original)
Ganglands (Braqueurs) (Netflix)
Goliath: S4 (Amazon Original)
Iron Man 2 (Netflix)
Jailbirds New Orleans (Netflix)
Midnight Mass (Netflix)
The Morning Show: S2, New Episode (Apple TV+)
My Little Pony: A New Generation (Netflix)
Savage X Fenty Show: S3 (Amazon Original)
The Starling (Netflix)
Ted Lasso: S2, New Episode (Apple TV+)
Vendetta: Truth, Lies and The Mafia (Netflix)
Wolfboy and the Everything Factory (Apple TV+)



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