Even though the pandemic has mostly stopped production in its tracks, networks and streaming services still have quite a bit of new and exciting content to offer as September gets underway.

HBO Max kicks off the month with Ridley Scott’s first effort for television, sci-fi thriller Raised by Wolves; Prime Video’s Boys are back in action Sept. 4, the same day that Hilary Swank stars in Netflix’s astronaut saga, Away; and towards the end of the month, Jeff Daniels becomes besmirched FBI Director James Comey in Showtime’s two-parter, The Comey Rule.

Here’s what Brief is watching in September:

Sept. 3: HBO Max’s Raised by Wolves (series premiere)

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Sept 4: Prime Video’s The Boys (season 2 premiere)

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Sept. 4: Netflix’s Away (series premiere)

Sept: 6: Starz’ Power Book II: Ghost (series premiere)

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Sept. 9: Hulu’s Woke

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Sept. 14: HBO’s We Are Who We Are (series premiere)

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Sept. 17: Peacock’s Departure

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Sept. 20: Primetime Emmys 2020 on ABC

Sept. 23: HBO’s Agents of Chaos

Sept. 25: Prime Video’s Utopia

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Sept. 27: FX’s Fargo (season 4)

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Sept. 27: Showtime’s The Comey Rule

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