If you’re a Roku user then we would like to tell that your weekend going to be entertaining with these series, those you can stream and enjoy with the bow of pop-corns.
So are you a Roku user and want to stream something interesting? If yes then, here we have some television shows which you shouldn’t miss. All these TV shows will premiere in September. So below are the names of the show, which you can enjoy stream via your Roku device.
- Narcos: (September 2): If you want to understand the life of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, then don’t miss this popular Netflix show. This series will tell the viewpoints of Escobar.
- Better Things (September 8): Better Things is a story of Sam Fox, she is an actress cum a single mother. She nourishing her three daughters- Max, Frankie, and Duke. To know the rest of story wait till 8th of September.
- Masters of Sex (September 11): William Masters and Virginia Johnson, both are the pioneers of the science of human sexuality. How their research touched the off the sexual revolution. To watch this series stay tuned to SHOWTIME.
- Dancing with the Stars (September 12): Whoa! So what if you see celebrities partner up with professionals dancers? Sounds interesting, right? Well, the reality show is based on the British series, ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. Catch this series on Comedy Central and Hulu.
- South Park (September 14): Would you like to join these four school going lads- Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick and Eric Cartman. An adventure series straight outta South Park. Available on Comedy Central and Hulu.
6. American Horror Story (September 14): How it feels when murderous and scary past haunt you badly? Well, if you want to feel the paranormal environment then you shouldn’t miss this scary series, available on FXNOW.
- Quantico (September 25) –Alright it’s time to catch Quantico on ABC and if you’re one of them who want to see Priyanka Chopra as Alex Parrish then don’t miss this amazing series.
10.How to Get Away with Murder (September 22): A class with the title, ‘How to get Away with Murder’ in which Annalise Keating chooses the brilliant students to assist her in cases. Available on ABC.
- Big Bang Theory (September 19)
- The Voice (September 19)
- This is us (September 20)
- NCIS (September 20)
- Empire (September 21)
- Modern Family (September 21)
- The Blacklist (September 22)
- Black-ish (September 21)
- Pitch (September 22)
- Transparent(September 23)