10. Reading Rainbow (August 1)
Relive your childhood with this classic reading show hosted by LeVar Burton. “Butterfly within the sky, I can go twice as high….”
9. Woman Meets World (August 23)
Remind yourself how old you’re by watching Cory and Topanga as adults with a preteen daughter! Look from guest appearances from other “Boy Meets World” characters, too.
8. Dancing On The Edge (August 1)
This critically acclaimed BBC series a few black jazz band in 1930s London stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jenna Coleman, Anthony Stewart Head and more.
7. HitRECord on TV (August 7)
You’ll be able to finally watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s variety series online! The series discusses ideas like “one” and “space” and options appearances from John Waters, Bryce Dallas Howard, Elle Fanning, Scarlett Johansson, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling and more.
6. Club De Cuervos (August 7)
Netflix’s first Spanish-language original is a comedy series concerning the business of soccer.
5. Narcos (August 28)
One other new Netflix series is a thriller following law enforcement makes an attempt to take down the famous Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar. It options lots of ‘80s fashion and stars “Game of Thrones” actor Pablo Pascal as an spy.
4. The Hurt Locker (August 1)
This Iraq war film made Kathryn Bigelow the first and only woman to win the Best Director Oscar – and took home 5 more, too.
3. Looking for a Friend for the Finish of the World (2012)
This dramedy stars Steve Carell and Keira Knightley as a pair who fall in love over the past three weeks of Earth’s existence.
2. Pariah (August 16)
This critically acclaimed art drama stars Adepero Oduye as an African American teenager who comes out as a lesbian.
1. Two Days, One Night (August 11)
This critically-acclaimed French drama stars Marion Cotillard as a working-class woman who has two days to persuade her coworkers to let her keep her job. It earned two Oscar nominations.