Including Selena Gomez’s cooking show Selena + Chef.
We still have a lot of time in our hands. Here are all the movies and television shows that we can’t wait to see in August 2020 on streaming services.
Selena + chef
Like many of us, Selena Gomez has recently been forced to spend more time in the kitchen. In an effort to improve her cooking skills – and to provide some culinary inspiration to everyone at home – the singer has started a 10-episode cooking series. Each episode features Gomez reaching out to world-renowned chefs such as Angelo Sosa, John & Winnie, Roy Choi and Tanya Holland for tips, tricks and guidance, and will highlight various food-based charitables. “Some of the best chefs opened their kitchens giving me a humble and fun experience. I definitely came to know that I have a lot to learn. I am really happy that we were able to raise and raise money for some incredible charitable organizations, ”said Gomez. Available 13 August
An american pickle
The comedy stars Seth Rogen as Hershel Greenbaum, a struggling laborer who moves to the US with his wife in 1920, and starts working in a pickle factory. A workplace accident causes him to fall into a giant saline moat, which can completely preserve him for 100 years. He wakes up in modern-day Brooklyn, where he meets his great-great-grandson Ben. Succession ‘Sara Snooze co-stars with Rogan, who plays both Herschel and Ben. Available 6 August
This Oscar-nominated film based on true events tells the story of Fox News hosts Megan Kelly and Gretchen Carlson, who, along with other women in the network, exposed CEO Roger Isle’s crimes of sexual harassment. The film stars actors like Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, John Lithgow and Kate McKinnon. Available 28 August
Preeti’s Birds (And the Great Liberation of a Harley Quinn)
Following her breakup with the Joker, Harley Quinn teamed up with a group of women to land Gotham’s most sinister villain and her right-handed male. Margot Robbie reprized her role as Quinn with co-stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jernie Smollett-Bell, Rosie Perez, Evan McGregor and Chris Messina.
run this town
This 2019 film details the turbulent final year of Rob Ford’s tenure as mayor of Toronto, after a video of him smoking crack cocaine surfaces. Distracting from the true story in which reporter Robin Dulbital uncovered the video, Ben Platt plays a fictional character who accidentally shows the disgraced video and tries to get information from Ford’s aides played by Nina Dobev and Maina Masood . Available 7 August
Amazon prime video canada
In this film, based on a novel, Lily Reinhart stars as a high school transfer student with a secret past, who finds a new passion when she starts working on a school newspaper. Her love interest as Austin Abrams co-star. Available 21 August
(United Nations) Well
This documentary takes a deep dive into the lucrative wellness industry, which is worth trillions of dollars globally. From fasting to ayahuasca to bee venom therapy, the documentary seeks greed for countless welfare trends that promise health and healing, and whether they really live up to the promises. Available 12 August
Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story
In this chilling retelling of real-life events, Amanda Pete plays Betty Broderick, who was sentenced to 32 years in prison for killing her ex-husband (played by Christian Slater) and his second wife. Available from 14 August
Jake Johnson voices the “hot-headed and foul-mouthed” high school basketball coach in charge of an awesome team in this animated series. Watch out for guest by johnson new girl Co-stars Max Greenfield, Hannah Simone and Damon Waynes Jr. Available 21 August