Remember when your favorite shows ended and you didn’t know what to do with yourself? Well, fall has arrived with changing leaves, crisp breezes and season premieres! Settle in for an epically entertaining autumn weekend – the lineup below is just the beginning. Happy streaming!

Amazon Instant Video New Releases:

  • Marvel’s The Avengers– An unexpected enemy unites an all-star super hero team, including Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. (2012)
  • The Cabin in The Woods– Now available for rental, this sharp, mind-twisting horror thriller turns the genre inside out. (2012)
  • Hell on Wheels Seasons 1 and 2– Hell hath no fury like steely cowboy Cullen Bohannon in AMC’s gritty new western drama. (2012)

Amazon Prime Instant Video New Releases:

  • Sherlock Seasons 1 and 2 – This 21st century take on the classic sleuthing duo may be the best yet – Benedict Cumberbatch’s witty, acerbic Holmes is fascinating even when he’s thinking, and Martin Freeman’s Watson is much more than a sidekick. (2012)
  • Transformers: Dark of the Moon– The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the moon, and race against the Decepticons to learn its secrets. (2011)
  • Kick-Ass– Not for the faint of heart, this stylish comic book adaptation reaches new levels of bloody violence and gleeful profanity. (2010)

Hulu Plus New Releases:

  • New Girl Season 2– Zooey Deschanel and her band of misfit boys are back with blind dates and big changes. (2012)
  • Modern Family Season 4–  The Emmy-winning comedy kicks off a new season with big birthday surprises. (2012)
  • Grey’s Anatomy Season 9– The doctors of Seattle Grace try to cope with loss. (2012)

Netflix New Releases:

  • The Walking Dead Season 2– Chaos and horror abound in the action-packed second season of this zombie-fueled drama. (2012)
  • Weeds Season 7– After doing three years hard time, Nancy is abruptly released from Federal Prison and transferred to a halfway house in New York City. (2011)
  • Alias Seasons 1-7– Jennifer Garner works her way through a menagerie of mysterious disguises as a top-secret agent fighting terrorists and traitors. (2005)

Crackle New Releases:

  • Identity– John Cusack and Amanda Peet star in this mind-bending thriller with a shockingly original and disturbing twist. (2003)
  • The Big Hit– A quartet of hit men are drawn into a moonlighting gig that turns sour when they kidnap an heiress with connections to the mob. (1998)
  • Lawrence of Arabia– A sumptuously shot epic that nabbed an Oscar for Best Picture and made Peter O’Toole a movie star. (1962)

Fandor New Releases:

  • Everyday Sunshine– Narrated by Laurence Fishburne, this rockumentary traces the unusual history of iconic “funk-ska-punk-sci fi-vaudevillian act” Fishbone. (2011)  
  • The Last of England– Starring a young Tilda Swinton, Derek Jarman’s bleak, apocalyptic film is a deeply personal and damning reflection on conservative Britain during the 1980s. (1987)
  • Girl on a Motorcycle– Marianne Faithfull stars as a bored housewife who bolts from her home in the French countryside and travels to Germany to visit her lover in this psychedelic 1960’s romp (1968)
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  • Anonymous

    argh. Got all excited for Walking Dead Season 2 and it is not there.

    • Me too, I just noticed that is was not there.

      • Okay, so I just read on another blog that Sunday Sept 30th is when it will be on Netflix. Sweet.

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  • Monica

    Any suggestions on where I can get my Nancy Grace fix? I love my Roku, but I’m dying here!