Starring Tom Hardy (Inception), James Gandolfini (The Sopranos), Noomi Rapace (Prometheus). The Drop is a crime drama of a “covert scheme of funneling cash to local gangsters” centered in Brooklyn, New York. The drama will be released Sept. 12.
Starring Ed Harris (The Truman Show), Michael PeÃ±a (American Hustle), Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives), the Michael Berry film is a controversial Western drama centered around the aftermath of an Arizona sheriff’s wife being killed by a Mexican man crossing the border illegally. The film will be released on Sept. 5.
Jimi: All is By My Side
Starring AndrÃ© Benjamin (The Shield), Imogen Poots (That Awkward Moment), the drama is focused on the pre-fame years of early Jimi Hendrix and his rise in the industry. The drama will be released in theaters Sept. 26.
Starring Brad Pitt (World War Z), Logan Lerman (Perks of Being a Wallflower), and Shia LaBeouf (Transformers), the World War II based movie follows how “Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.” The movie will be released in theaters Oct. 17.
Sons of Anarchy Season 7
Following the six-season rollercoaster of crime, love and deadly misunderstandings, Sons of Anarchy is back on for its final season on Sept. 9. The trailer is tipping viewers off to some serious revenge in place coming from main star Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam).
New Girl Season 4
The hilarious sitcom following Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and her three roommates, Nick, Schmidt, and Winston, will be coming back on Sept. 16 for another season of laughs, weddings, nicknames and the return of a high school nemesis.
Scandal Season 4
The TV drama following Olivia Pope and her office of crisis management in Washington DC left off with the cliffhanger of all cliffhangers. Viewers can catch up on previous seasons on Netflix before the season 4 premier on Sept. 25.
Grey’s Anatomy Season 11
The seemingly unending series following Meredith Grey and company at former Seattle Grace Hospital (now the Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital) is back for another season on Sept. 25. Hopefully, viewers will see Meredith and Derek make up and solve the Maggie mystery.
The Wild Truth – Carine McCandless
The famed book and movie Into the Wild chronicles the story of Chris McCandless leaving home and forsaking all his possessions and making his way to Alaska. Now his sister comes forward with her own take on the reasons why Chris left and the details that have long been forgotten about. Available November 11.
History of Rock n Roll in Ten Songs
Marcus attempts to explain the entire history of Rock ‘n’ Roll in ten songs from 1956 to 2008, matching them with movements in Rock ‘n’ Roll history and disregarding the icons that music lovers from all around can recognize. Available Sept. 2.
Yes Please – Amy Poehler
Popular comedian on Saturday Night Live, Amy Poehler creates her first book detailing the anecdotes and stories of her friendships, loves, and real life advice in her familiar tone that makes even your republican grandpa laugh. Available Oct. 28.
What if? Randall Munroe
Have you ever wondered if fire tornadoes are possible? What about if a giant earthquake hits New York City? Now you can know with accompanied comics the clever and informative answers to these important questions and more that you didn’t know you’ve wanted answers to. Available September 2.
Blake Shelton – Bringing back the Sunshine
The Voice coach, the heartthrob, the popular singer is back for his eleventh album Bringing Back the Sunshine. Shrouded in mystery, not a single track has been released off of the album so fans have to wait until the release of the full album. Available Sept. 30.
Banks – Goddess
British artist Banks releases her debut album this month after a 2013 tour with The Weeknd, matching him both in style and in vocal talent. The 14-track album will include some former releases like “Goddess” and “Waiting Game” and more that haven’t yet been released online. Available Sept. 9.
Lee Brice – I Don’t Dance
Country star famous for “A Woman Like You” and “I Drive Your Truck” produced his own third album, I Don’t Dance. The album is filled with 13 tracks on the album, with only two songs previously released. Available Sept. 9.
Vance Joy – Dream Your Life Away
Australian singer-songwriter is coming out strong with a record deal with Atlantic Records and his debut album with 13 tracks like “Winds of Change” and “Riptide.” Available Sept. 9.