The 10-episode live action series serves as an origin story for Captain Nemo, a central character in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas and The Mysterious Island. AMC licensed broadcast and streaming rights for the U.S. and Canada.
Doctor Who is back this month as the first of three specials will premiere Nov. 26. Other notable arrivals include The Personal History of David Copperfield on Hulu and two films on Max: The Golden Compass and Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Spooky Season is here, which means you can stream lots of horror films this month. But the biggest highlights for steampunk fans are the season premieres of two series with nary a ghost, vampire, or werewolf: The pirate comedy Our Flag Means Death and the period drama The Gilded Age, both on Max.
This is a challenging time for streaming services, but September looks like a decent month for new arrivals. Among them: A new season of Disenchantment on Netflix, a new installment of American Horror Story on Hulu, and the Season 2 premiere of The Wheel of Time on Prime Video.
With summer blockbusters like Barbie and Oppenheimer blazing in theaters, pickings are slim this month on streaming services, especially when it comes to new arrivals with steampunk appeal. However, fans of Aurelio Voltaire may want to check out Labyrinth on Hulu.
Highlights include Season 2 of Good Omens on Prime Video plus Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire, a sci-fi anthology series on Disney+. Also: Two modern-day Jules Verne adaptations arrive on Max, along with Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
June’s highlights include the arrival of The Wild Wild West on Prime Video. That’s the original 1960s TV series, not the widely panned 1999 movie adaptation. And Max will continue streaming Unicorn Warriors: Eternal, the new animated steampunk series.
Highlights include Peter Pan & Wendy on Disney+, which actually began streaming April 28, and Unicorn Warriors: Eternal, a highly anticipated animated series from Genndy Tartakovsky.
Showings include two steampunk classics: Castle in the Sky and Howl’s Moving Castle. Meanwhile, RetroCrush will begin streaming a remastered version of the steampunk anime series Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water in June.
If you missed streaming the series on Tubi, all 12 episodes will stream on the free service from the maker of Roku media players. It’s not yet known when The Nevers will stream again after Saturday’s marathon.