What To Watch in September 2020 – Folio 2.0 / EU Jacksonville

2022-07-23 07:13:24 By : Ms. Ellen Lu

Kellie Abrahamson September 9, 2020 Live Stream, Movies, On Screen, TV, View from the Couch

Back to the Future trilogy (September 1) Great Scott! After a long, long spring and summer full of lockdowns and uncertainty, who wouldn’t want to go back in time for a few hours and get away from it all? These classic time traveling tales are the perfect nostalgia-laden antidote for the COVID blues.

I’m Thinking of Ending Things (September 4) Based on the truly twisted 2016 debut novel by Ian Reid and directed by the incredible Charlie Kaufman, this film about a young woman who goes on a road trip to meet her new boyfriend’s parents is sure to stay with you long after the credits roll.

Away– season 1 (September 4) In this new drama from Jason Katims (of Friday Night Lights and Parenthood fame) Hillary Swank stars as the captain of a three-year mission to Mars. The series splits its time between the crew’s dangerous space adventure and the toll it takes on their families back on Earth.

The Babysitter: Killer Queen (September 10) The sequel to 2017’s horror comedy The Babysitter, this new installment picks up two years later with the blood cult from the first film returning from the grave to complete a ritual that will bring them back for good.

Ratched– season 1 (September 18) The infamous nurse from the Academy Award winning film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is the star in this Ryan Murphy-helmed series. Sarah Paulson plays the iconic Nurse Ratched at the beginning of her career, before she became a lobotomy-loving monster.

Enola Holmes (September 23) Starring Stranger Things alum Millie Bobby Brown, this family-friendly mystery is based on the children’s book series by Nancy Springer. Brown stars as the title character, who enlists her famous brothers’ help after their mother (played by the always amazing Helena Bonham Carter) goes missing.

Whose Vote Counts, Explained– limited series (September 28) Fears about the voting process being rigged- by powerful donors and corporations, gerrymandering, the Electoral College, voter suppression, fraud at the ballot box, and the ways votes are counted- are untangled in this original docuseries, just in time for the end of this year’s wild presidential election cycle.

Woke– season 1 (September 9) In this timely satire starring New Girl alum Lamorne Morris, Keef Knight is a Black cartoonist on the verge of syndicating his lighthearted comic strip when he’s racially profiled by police and is tackled to the ground, handcuffed and roughed-up. After the harrowing incident, liquor bottles, trash cans and pens appear to come to life, urging Keef to embrace his identity as a Black man and use it in his art.

PEN15– season 2 (September 18) This Emmy-nominated series is back with more early-aughts nostalgia as two awkward middle schoolers continue in their quest to grow into womanhood.

Trolls World Tour (September 18) Universal’s sequel to their 2016 hit Trolls made waves earlier this year when the studio released it On Demand in the midst of the COVID lockdown, angering movie theaters who saw the move as a threat to future releases. The film, which centers on the original characters attempting to save their tribe from the aggressive Hard Rock Trolls, is set to find an even larger audience when it reaches Hulu this month.

Fargo– season 4 (September 28) Noah Hawley’s incredible black comedy crime drama returns for its fourth season. This go round, the action takes place in Kansas City in the 1950s and stars Chris Rock, Jason Schwartzman, Timothy Olyphant and Jessie Buckley. Rather than being able to binge the entire season, you can watch a new episode each week on Hulu the day after it airs on FX.

The Graduate (September 1) Dustin Hoffman became a household name after his performance in this Oscar-winning 1967 classic about an aimless college graduate who is seduced by an older woman.

The Boys– season 2 (September 16) Based on the comic book series, this diabolically deranged superhero show returns for a new season of sex, swearing and subversion. When superpowered “heroes” use their gifts for evil and profit, a band of misfits known as the Boys take it upon themselves to expose the god-like celebrities for the scum they are.

Gemini Man (September 22) Will Smith stars opposite a CGI version of himself as an aging assassin on the verge of retirement who is scheduled to be eliminated by his younger, faster clone. The special effects in the Ang Lee-directed thriller took two years and 500 visual effects artists to create, making it a game-changer in the tech department.

Utopia– season 1 (September 25) This thriller was adapted by novelist Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl) from the 2013 British series of the same name. In it, a group of fans attempt to uncover hidden meanings in the pages of their favorite comic book and discover a vast conspiracy heralding the end of the world. The series stars a slew of talented newcomers, along with heavy-hitters like Rainn Wilson and John Cusack.

Raised By Wolves– season 1 (September 3) Ridley Scott produces and directs the first two episodes of this new sci-fi drama about two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious new planet after the Earth is destroyed by war.

Unpregnant (September 10) In this female-driven road film, a pregnant teenager convinces her former friend to accompany her out of state to have an abortion. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Ted Caplan and Jenni Hendriks.

We Are Who We Are– season 1 (September 14) Acclaimed Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnio (Call Me by Your Name) created and directed this coming-of-age limited series. It follows two American 14-year-olds living on a U.S. military base in Italy in 2016. The series explores friendship, first-love, identity, and all the messy exhilaration and anguish of being a teenager.

The Third Day– season 1 (September 14) In this miniseries, a man (Jude Law) and a woman (Naomie Harris) make separate journeys to a mysterious island off the British coast. The series will be split into three parts with three interconnected stories, the second of which consisting of a live “major, immersive theatre event” to be shot in London in one continuious take.

The Invisible Man (September 19) In this updated take on the classic H.G. Wells story, a woman (Elizabeth Moss) is terrorized by her ex (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), a crazed scientist who faked his own death in order to torment her for leaving him.

Just Mercy (September 26) This critically acclaimed film is based on the true story of Bryan Stevenson (played by Michael B. Jordan), a young defense attorney determined to free a man (Jamie Foxx) sentenced to death for a heinous crime he did not commit.

Long Way Up– season 1 (September 18) In this documentary series, actor Ewan McGregor and his friend Charley Boorman travel 13,000 miles around Central and South America on electric Harley Davidson motorcycles.

Tehran (September 25) This highly-anticipated espionage thriller stars Niv Suten as a Mossad agent who goes on a dangerous undercover mission to Tehran. It’s Apple TV+’s first non-English content, with most of the dialogue spoken in Hebrew and Farsi.

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Mulan (September 4) Disney’s live action remake of their film Mulan was slated to be one of the summer’s biggest box office draws- and then came coronavirus. Rather than wait for moviegoers to return, the film will be released on Disney+ this month to those with Premier Access, a $30 add-on created specifically for this film (for now). Those who don’t wish to fork over the dough will have to wait until December to view the flick on the streaming service.

Becoming– season 1 (September 18) This LeBron James-produced docuseries focuses on the upbringings of world-class entertainers, musicians, and athletes. Anthony Davis, Caleb McLaughlin, Candace Parker and Nick Cannon are among the celebs who will be featured.

Once Upon a Time– the complete series (September 18) This ABC darling mashes up characters from Disney stories and other media to create a richly layered, highly watchable series that spanned seven seasons. The show will be streaming in its entirety later this month on Disney+.

Gordon Ramsey: Uncharted– season 2 (September 25) In this food/travel docuseries, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey travels around the world, meeting with indigenous people to learn about their foods and culture. He then teams up with local chefs to prepare a feast for his hosts using his new knowledge of the area.

A.P. Bio– season 3 (September 3) The third season of Mike O’Brian’s sitcom A.P. Bio will air in its entirety on NBC’s new streaming service, Peacock. Glenn Howerton stars as a disgraced Harvard professor who is forced to return to his hometown and work as a biology teacher, a job that he doesn’t take seriously, much to the chagrin of his high-achieving students.

Black Boys (September 10) This documentary celebrates the full humanity of Black men and boys in America. Produced by activist and two-time Super Bowl champion Malcom Jenkins, “the film reveals the emotional landscape of those experiencing racism and invites us to reimagine an America in which Black boys experience true belonging and unlimited possibilities.”

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Alma Ramirez Art Studio Gallery

Amelia Island Plantation Omni Hotel & Resort

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Art Center Gallery at the Jacksonville Landing

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B & BSUN Gallery 2422 Myrtle Ave N

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BABS' LAB, CoRK Arts District North

Backyard Stage at The Amp

Backyard Stage at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre,

Bay Street Bar & Grille

Beaches Town Center - Where Atlantic Boulevard Meets The Ocean

Black Creek Ravines Conservation Area

Black Rock Bar & Grill - Tampa

Blue Bamboo - 3820 Southside Boulevard - Jacksonville, FL 32216

Bob Hayes Sports Complex and Legends Center

Bolts & Bytes Maker Academy

Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida

Breezy Jazz Club and Resturant

Bryan-Gooding Planetarium at Museum of Science & History

Casa Marina Hotel & Restaurant

Casa Monica Hotel Cobalt Lounge

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

CC Framing in Claire Lane Center

Cedar Point Area of the Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve

Christ Episcopal Church Ponte Vedra Beach

Christ Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church

Christina Grace Mastrangelo Fine Art

City of Atlantic Beach Recreation & Special Events

Clay County Public Library Orange Park

College of Fine Arts at Jacksonville University

Community First Park at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville

Confederate Park, 956 Hubbard St, Jacksonville, FL 32206

Corazón Cinema & Café

Coxwell Amphitheater, John A. Delaney Student Union, Building 58

Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College

Crossroads Health and Wellness Center

Culhane's Irish Pub - Southside

Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach

Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Depression glass show and sale

Di Pizza Restaurant & Bar

Dicks Wings and Grill North Jacksonville

DJ Maseo from De La Soul Live

Domo Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Donna Mancini Interiors and Flooring

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jacksonville Riverfront

Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

Downtown Festival & Art Show (Gainesville, FL)

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts


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Element Bistro Bar and Lounge

Embry-Riddle ICI Center, 601 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach, Florida 32114

Endangered Wise Men Recording Studios

Engine 15 Brewing Downtown Tap Room & Biergarten

Episcopal School of Jacksonville - Munnerlyn Center Theatre

European Street - Beach Boulevard

EverBank Field Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32202, United States

First Baptist Church Fernandina Beach

First Baptist Church, Amelia Island

First Florida Credit Union CR 210 Branch

First Florida Credit Union Kingsley Ave. Branch

Flagler College - Flagler Room

Flamingo Lake RV Resort - Approved Page

Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind

Florida State College - Wilson Center For The Performing Arts

Florida State College at Jacksonville

Florida State College at Jacksonville - Downtown Campus

Florida State College at Jacksonville - Kent Campus

Florida State College at Jacksonville - Kent Campus GALLERY

Florida State College at Jacksonville - North Campus

Florida State College at Jacksonville - South Campus

Florida State College at Jacksonville-Cecil Center North

Florida State College at Jacksonville-Deerwood Center

Flying Iguana Taqueria & Tequila Bar

Former JCPenny at Regency Square Mall

Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park, 601 Howard England Way, Key West

Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

Four Points Sheraton Oceanfront Jacksonville Beach

Freedom Boat Club at Beach Marine

Freedom Boat Club at Camachee Cove Marina

Freedom Boat Club at Julington Creek Marina

Freedom Boat Club Palm Valley

Friday Musicale of Jacksonville, Florida

Friends of the Cape Coral Library

FSCJ Kent Campus, Auditorium, F128

FSCJ Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts

FSCJ Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Performing Arts

Generations in Aviation/Marco Airplane Hangar at Jacksonville Executive Airport

Global Summit on Oncology and Breast Cancer

Good News Church World Golf Village

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church & Precious Lambs Preschool

Haines City Parks & Recreation

Hall of Fame World Golf Village

Hanna Park and Hanna Park Campground

Haskell Gallery at the Jacksonville International Airport

Hicks Auditorium, Jacksonville Public Library Downtown

Holiday Inn Dubai - Al Barsha

Holiday Inn Dubai & Online

Holiday Inn Dubai Al Barsha 1

Holiday Inn Rome - Aurelia

Hyatt Place Jacksonville St Johns Town Center

Hyatt Regency Orlando, Windermere Ballroom 9801 International Dr., Orlando, FL 32819

Italian American Club of Jacksonville

Jacksonville Center for Performing Arts (formerly Times-Union Center)

Jacksonville Golf and Country Club

Jacksonville Health and Wellness Center

Jacksonville Historical Society at Old St. Andrew's

Jacksonville Offshore Sport Fishing Club

Jacksonville Public Library - Regency

Jacksonville Public Library Southeast Regional BranchJ

Jacksonville School for the Arts

Jacksonville University Terry Concert Hall

Jacoby Symphony Hall at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts

Jarboe Park- Community garden, playground, lakes

Jax Public Library- Highlands Regional Branch 1826 Dunn Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32218

Jazzy's Restaurant and Lounge

Jewish Family & Community Services Headquarters 8540 Baycenter Road

Junior Achievement of North Florida

JW Marriott Houston by The Galleria

JW Marriott Houston by The Galleria Hotel

Keiser University - Open House


Lauren’s Seafood Blues & Jazz

LaVilla School of the Arts

Lawn in front of Village Bread Café

Lazzara Performance Hall UNF Fine Arts Center

Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College

Lexington Hotel & Conference Center

Lexington Hotel & Conference Center - Jacksonville Riverwalk

Lillian's Sports Bar & Grill

Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center

Listening Room Concert at the Mudville Music Room

Live Oak Seventh Day Adventist Church

Lohman Auditorium, Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience

Main & Six Brewing Company

Mandarin Museum at Walter Jones Historical Park

Mark Lance National Guard Armory

Memorial Pkwy, Palatka, FL 32177, United States

Miami Airport, Hotel Crown plaza, USA

Mind Body and Beyond Center

Mocama Beer Company // Brewery & Coffee Bar

MOJO Kitchen, BBQ Pit & Blues Bar

Moran Theater at Times Union Ctr Perf Arts

Morocco Shrine 3800 St Johns Bluff Rd S, Jacksonville, FL 32224

Mudville Music Room 3105 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32216

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville

Museum of Science & History

Museum of Science & History, Jacksonville

Myth Nightclub, Element Bistro & Craft Bar

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge Hotel

Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care

North Florida School of Special Education

Offices of Michelle Wright, MS, LMHC

One Ocean Resort & Spa

One Ocean Resort and Spa

OUTshine Film Festival - ONLINE

Pacific Gateway Hotel at Vancouver Airport

Parker & Dufresne, P.A.

Parol, Filipino Christmas Star workshop

Peach State Summer Theatre at Valdosta State University

Pearl WIC & Nutrition Services

Pennsylvania Convention Center 1101 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

Players by the Sea Theatre

Ponte Vedra Ballet & Dance Company

Ponte Vedra Beach Cultural Center

Ponte Vedra Inn & Club

Ponte Vedra Library, FOL meeting room

Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center

Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park

Queen's Harbour Yacht & Country Club

Ramada Jacksonville Hotel & Conference Center

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews

Regal Beach Boulevard Stadium 18 Cinema

Regal Cinemas Avenues 20&RPX, Maggianos Little Italy

Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village

Ringhaver Student Center: Gamache Room

Ringhaver Student Center: Virginia Room

River City Science Academy Innovation

Riverside Fine Arts Association - Church of the Good Shepherd

Riverside Presbyterian Day School campus

Romanza Festivale of Music and the Arts

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville

Royal Caribbean "Harmony of the Seas" Cruise Ship

San Juan del Rio Parish Family Center

Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa

Schultz Center Teach & Leader

Seaside Gallery of Amelia Island

Sheraton Heathrow Hotel Heathrow Airport, Colnbrook By-Pass, Harmondsworth, West Drayton UB7 0HJ, United Kingdom

Ships of the Sea Museum

Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park

Springfield Historic District, Jacksonville, Florida

Springfield Improvement Association and Archives

Springfield Preservation and Revitalization (SPAR)

St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park

St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival

St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum

St. Augustine Sailing Enterprises, Inc.,

St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church

St. Johns River in Downtown Jax

St. Johns River State College

St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church

St. Mark's Episcopal Day School

St. Mary’s Little Theater

St. Paul's by-the-Sea Episcopal Church

St. Paul's Catholic Church Auditorium

St. Simons Island Pier Village

Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park

Stephen Foster State Park, White Springs

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TAC II Union Studios C4

The 5 & Dime, A Theatre Company

The Amp, 1340C A1A South, St. Augustine

The Art Center Cooperative Gallery Art Opening

The Art Center Cooperative, Inc.

The Art Center Gallery at the Jacksonville Landing

The Beacon Listening Room - Food, Live Music, Sports

The Capital Grille - Curbside Takeout & Delivery

The Collector Inn and Luxury Garden

The Cove at Marsh Landing

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

The Cypher Open Mic Poetry & Soul

The First Baptist Church Amelia Island

The Florida Ballet Studio Theater

The Golf Club of Amelia Island.

The Markets at Town Center

The Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida

The Pavilion at Port Orange

The Prime Osborn Convention Center

The Rhoda L. Martin Cultural Heritage Center

The River Club of Jacksonville

The Spa at One Ocean

The Sweet Spot & Urban Lounge

The Temple - Congregation Ahavath Chesed

The Union Art Studios and Gallery

The Vault at 1930 Art Gallery

The Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta Hotel

Theatre Jacksonville, 2032 San Marco Blvd.

Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park

Times Union Center for the Performing Arts, Moran Theater

Times Union Center for the Performing Arts, Moran Theatre

Times Union Center for the Performing Arts, Terry Theatre

Times Union Center for the Performing Arts, Terry Theatre Enrance

Times-Union Center for Performing Arts

Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts

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UF/IFAS Nassau County Extension

UNF Adam W. Herbert University Center

UNF Andrew A. Robinson Theater

UNF Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

UNF Division of Continuing Education

UNF Divison of Continuing Education

UNF J.B. Coxwell Amphitheater

UNF John A Delaney Student Union

UNF Library - for the community

Unidos En La Música: A Latin American Festival

University of North Florida Arena

US Assure Club - TIAA Bank Field

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Victory Lutheran Church & Preschool

Victory Lutheran Church and Preschool

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VY Star Veterans Memorial Arena

Webb Wessconnett Library- parking lot

Wells Fargo Center in Downtow

west lawn of the Castillo de San Marcos National Park,

Whiskey Jax Kitchen & Cocktails - Baymeadows

Wicked Barley Brewing Company - Jacksonville, FL

Wildcrafters Tea & Kava Bar

Wolf's Museum of Mystery

Women Writing for (a) Change Jacksonville

World Golf Hall of Fame

World Golf Village Renaissance St. Augustine Resort

World Summit on Hematology and Cell Therapy

ABET | Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre

Beaches Museum & History Park

Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine

City of Saint Augustine Beach Civic Association

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Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach

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Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

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Flagler College Theatre Arts Department

Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy

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Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest

FOCUS (Friends of the Ocean Communities United to Support the Cummer)

Historic Springfield Main Street Cruise


Isle of Faith United Methodist Church

Jacksonville Area Golf Association and Northern Chapter of the North Fla. PGA

Jacksonville Public Library Coordinator of Community Relations & Marketing

Jacksonville University College of Fine Arts

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville

Museum Of Science and History

Parrot Heads In Natural Settings, Inc (PHINS)

Sponsored by the Friends of the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall

Springfield Preservation and Revitalization (SPAR)

St Augustine Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 2282

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

St. Mary’s Little Theater

The 5 & Dime, a Theatre Company

The 5 and Dime A Theatre Company

The Art Center Cooperative, Inc.

The Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary

The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach

The Dairy Council of Florida

The Eastern Surfing Association (ESA) North Florida District

The Ixia Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society

The Ritz Theatre and Museum

The Spoonbills & Sprockets Scenic Cycling Tour

The St. Augustine 450th Commemoration

The St. Augustine Independent Restaurant Association (SAiRA)

Thrasher Horne Center for the Arts

Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts

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