fall is here! that means pumpkin spice lattes, fall colors, and fun fall recipes. however, fall also means cooler temperatures and more time indoors. time spent watching tv, reading a book by the fire, or cozying up to watch a movie. so… i rounded up the shows, books, and movies i’m tuning into this fall.
this is us
okay. how long have we been waiting for a new season of “this is us?” the highly anticipated second season is back september 26th. i really hate rebecca. can we agree on that? i am hoping this season will change our minds. don’t forget the kleenex.
will and grace
growing up my family always watched the thursday night shows. friends was king. obviously. but, will and grace was amaze too. remember before tivo when you actually watched shows when they aired? new series premieres september 28th. a thursday night just like old times.
law + order true crime: the menendez brothers
we love a good criminal investigation in our house. dateline anyone? and we are pumped for this new miniseries. they are no doubt capitalizing on the success of “the people v. O.J. Simpson.” which we were obsessed with. this series is about the menendez brothers trial back in the 90s. count me in. starts september 26th.
uncommon type: some stories (by tom hanks)
i like everything tom hanks does. so i know i’ll like his book. this is a collection of seven stories that all involve a typewriter. tom hanks is low-key obsessed with typewriters. book will be released october 17th.
unqualified (by anna faris)
i was literally devastated when anna faris and chris pratt separated. if they can’t make it, can any of us?? in unqualified, anna faris shares stories about her life and relationships, etc. and you guys… chris pratt wrote the forward. dying. dead. must read when it comes out october 24th.
manhattan beach (by jennifer egan)
this one stuck out to me for a few reasons. first, i like historical fiction. world war 2 book? check. second, i love strong female characters. girl power? check. book is available october 3rd.
battle of the sexes
emma stone and steve carell star in this movie. that’s all you need to know. i literally didn’t even read what it’s about. emma stone can do no wrong. coming to a theater near you september 22nd.
goodbye christopher robin
inspired by his son christopher robin, a. a. milne created the magic that is winnie the pooh. not going to lie… mind. blown. when i put this together. like omg christoper robin. it’s all coming together. the movie chronicles the life of a. a. milne through the creation and reception of winnie the pooh. i’m excited to see pooh bear on the big screen october 13th.
kingsman: the golden circle
okay. the previews for this movie are RIDICULOUS. these spy/action type movies are typically not my jam. but have you seen the cast? seems like this will be everyone’s favorite movie this fall. opening soon on september 22nd!