With autumn right around the corner, there are still a few precious weeks before sweater weather sets in and fall festivities begin to top our agendas. So before your schedule gets packed, why not unwind with some new movies, shows and books out this month?

This September, head to the theaters to watch Jennifer Garner’s role as a mother seeking revenge in “Peppermint.” If you’re looking to cozy up with a good book in hand, Lisa Brennan-Jobs’ memoir “Small Fry” will certainly not disappoint.

Plus, we’ve rounded up all the details on upcoming TV series premieres, as well as what’s headed to Netflix this month. So kick back, relax and catch up on all things entertainment in September:

See It Or Skip It: “Peppermint” And “The Nun”

In this month’s action thriller “Peppermint,” Jennifer Garner plays Riley North, a young mother whose hopes and dreams are suddenly shattered when her family is viciously gunned down at a holiday carnival. After she awakens from a coma and her family’s killers are set free, Garner has no choice but to take justice into her own hands.

Also headed to theaters this month is “The Nun,” the latest chapter from James Wan’s “Conjuring” universe. The bone-chilling flick is a must-see for hardcore horror-film fans. Here’s what else to watch this month.

What’s New On Netflix?

September brings no shortage of sizzling entertainment on the Netflix front! In the upcoming weeks, epic blockbusters ready for streaming include “Black Panther,” Oprah Winfrey’s “A Wrinkle in Time” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.”

When it comes to popular TV series, fans of “The Walking Dead” can catch up on Season 8, while “The Blacklist,” “Wentworth,” and the final season of “Once Upon A Time” will also be streaming. See the rest of Netflix’s September offerings here.

Your September Reading List

Before you head to the theaters to watch the summer blockbuster “Crazy Rich Asians,” you’ll want to pick up the book that it’s based on! Kevin Kwan’s international romantic comedy is a riveting read filled with clashing cultures, drama, jealousy, money and more.

If you’re in the market for a memoir, you won’t want to miss Lisa Brennan Jobs’ tell-all tale, “Small Fry.” The captivating and honest story depicts her unconventional upbringing and complex relationship with her father, Steve Jobs.

Some other September reads include Sandra Brown’s thriller about a fearless pilot ,”Tailspin,” as well as Heather Morris’ powerful love story between two Holocaust prisoners, “The Tattooist of Auschwitz: A Novel.” See the full reading list here.

Fall TV Premieres: New And Returning Shows

It’s time to mark your calendars, because all your favorite TV shows are back for fall — and the line-up is looking pretty impressive. While sports fans are patiently awaiting the “NFL Sunday Night Football” kick-off on September 9, Showtime’s “Shameless” fans will be tuning in to watch the premiere of Season 9 (aka Emmy Rossum’s final season).

The highly anticipated Season 3 of NBC’s “This Is Us” premieres on September 25, while September 27 brings Season 3 of NBC’s “The Good Place” starring Kristen Bell. See the complete list of TV premiere dates this fall.

Main Image: Jennifer Garner attends the World Premiere of “Peppermint” in Los Angeles, California on Tuesday, August 28, 2018. (Photo Credit: Eric Charbonneau/STX Films)

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