7 of September’s Finest Streaming Family Films and Shows

The seven best movies and TV shows for families that you can stream in September

September doesn’t usually make it to the top of anyone’s list of “favorite months.”

Maybe that’s because it makes people think of kids going back to school. Or maybe it’s because it’s a “shoulder” month that doesn’t belong to any of the most popular times of year. It’s too late to call it summer, and it’s too early to call it fall. It’s stuck in the middle, to put it another way. In a 2021 poll, it tied for sixth place as the month Americans liked best.

Even so, September, at least the September of this year, is a great month for new streaming titles that are good for the whole family.

Here are the best seven family-friendly movies and TV shows that you can stream this month. (If something on our list bothers you, you could try the filtering services Clearplay or VidAngel.)

1. Rings of Power from The Lord of the Rings (Prime)

It’s a prequel to the popular Lord of the Rings movies, and it’s about a young elf named Galadriel and her search for Middle Earth’s bad guy, Sauron. The cost of this five-season project is $1 billion, making it the most expensive TV show ever made. So far, it’s making J.R.R. Tolkien fans happy. So far, at least, it’s also good for families. Because there are scary pictures in Rings of Power, it might be best for older kids. A TV-14 rating.

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2. Legacy Peak (Pure Flix)

A young man plans a trip with his girlfriend’s kids to try to win their hearts. But when their plane has to make an emergency landing, he has to fight for his life. Aaron Burns directed the movie, which stars Lucas Black (from the Fast and Furious movies and NCIS: New Orleans) (Beyond the Mask, Overcomer). It’s one of the 10 original movies and TV shows that Pure Flix will stream this year.

3. Rudy (Pure Flix)

A football player faces many challenges on his way to playing for Notre Dame, which was his dream. The movie is based on a true story about a small player who got into a prestigious school even though he didn’t have the grades or money to do so. It is one of the best sports movies ever made, and Sean Astin plays the main character. The story is based on what really happened to Rudy Ruettiger. A PG movie.

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4. Despicable Me and its sequel (Netflix)

A bad guy comes up with a plan to steal the moon so he can become the biggest criminal in the world. However, when he adopts three young girls, he kind of changes into a good guy. Despicable Me (2010) shows how the man we call “Gru” changes in a funny and dramatic way. In the 2013 movie Despicable Me 2, he falls in love. Both movies are rated PG and have strong messages about forgiveness, adoption, love, and redemption. Animated.

5. America’s National Parks (Disney Plus)

This eight-part series takes a close look at some of the best national parks in the United States. It shows jaw-dropping landscapes and hard-to-find wildlife to give viewers a full picture. The series was first shown on National Geographic. It focuses on Olympic, Yosemite, Everglades, Saguaro, Yellowstone, Gates of the Arctic, Grand Canyon, and Great Smoky Mountain National Parks.

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6. Pinocchio (Disney Plus)

A middle-aged woodworker who works alone makes a wish that his marionette puppet will come to life. Tom Hanks plays the main role in this live-action remake of the 1940 animated classic. It has good lessons about being honest, having a conscience, and loving your family. Both are based on Carlo Collodi’s 1883 book The Adventures of Pinocchio. Rated PG for some dangerous or scary situations, rude material, and some language.

7. The Rise of Gru: Minions (Home Video)

A strange 11-year-old boy wants to be a supervillain, but his favorite group of bad guys turns him down (The Vicious 6). Then, he sets out to prove himself. The Rise of Gru is the backstory to the Despicable Me series, but it doesn’t have a happy ending. (You’ll have to watch the other movies first.) Still, it’s funny and entertaining, especially when the Minions are in it. Some action/violence and crude humor make this movie a PG.

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