Entertain Yourself At Home: 5 Programs To Watch In August 2021

If you are looking for something to do this summer, this article has the top 5 programs that will keep you entertained. It has a range of genres and interests, so there is something for everyone on this list! With service from the top internet providers and good streaming sites, you are good to go.

Suicide squad

The movie Suicide Squad was released in Aug. 2016 and is rated PG-13 for violence, action, mayhem, destruction, suggestive content, and language, including crude references. The film stars Will Smith as Deadshot; Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn; Jared Leto as Joker; Cara Delevingne as Enchantress 

The plot centers around a secret government agency that recruits imprisoned supervillains to execute dangerous black ops missions in exchange for clemency when they inevitably get caught. The newest member is Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), who has the task of getting close to one particular target: Dr. Harleen Quinzel, a psychiatrist, turned into a criminally insane mental patient.

Hacked emails reveal that he was working for Lex Luthor and General Zod to set up Superman so they can take over Earth together.” 

“In another flashback, we see how Joker got his scars from Batman punching him repeatedly while telling the Clown Prince of Crime about some things he did when young Bruce Wayne fell into a well after being pushed by Joe Chill. “The story ends with Joker making Harley break her word not to kill someone else as punishment for breaking hers.

The film follows a group of supervillains who the government coerces to be part of a suicide mission.

The Kissing Booth 3 

The third installment of this series is out, and it’s got more romance than the first two. The Kissing Booth opens with a new protagonist, Allie (Andrea Bogart), working as a receptionist at her father’s wedding chapel. However, Allie’s everyday life suddenly changes when she meets Garrick Ollmann (Noah Centineo). 

Allie has always wanted to get married but never found “the one.” She begins dating Garrick while still not sure what he sees in her. When they finally break up, Allie takes some time off work to figure herself out until Garrick gets back into town for his sister’s wedding. They end up getting together again and plan on leaving their hometown for a new life together. 

However, Allie’s father gets into trouble, and she has to stay behind to take care of him. Garrick says he’ll wait until she comes back but doesn’t call or email her before getting engaged to someone else within the year.

When Allie finds out that people think they’re married because they got on their Facebook pages and had pictures taken with one another, there’s no turning back. She rushes home just in time for his wedding day and interrupts it by singing “This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman (2018). 

The show concludes with what might happen if Allie goes after what she wants: love! It ends up being perfect timing as they finally get back together, and she gets to fulfill her dream of opening up a wedding chapel in the town.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

The comedy-drama series returns for its seventh season with a new captain and an interesting case of mistaken identity. After years of trying to do everything himself, Jake Peralta is now the Captain, including solving issues!

He’s also finally ready to get his detective shield so he can be even more legit. Meanwhile, Gina Linetti has her hands full as she tries to deal with modern technology while satisfying all sorts of public records requests at Brooklyn 99 headquarters. But it doesn’t take long before their routine goes off-track in “Cool Kids Never Die.”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows Detective Jules James (Stephanie Beatriz), recruited by Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) into the NYPD’s 99th Precinct. The precinct consists of many lovable, diverse detectives who are all about justice – and good food!

The show also stars Melissa Fumero as Amy Santiago; Joe Lo Truglio as Charles Boyle; Terry Crews as Sergeant Terry Jeffords, Chelsea Peretti as Gina Linetti, Dirk Blocker as Michael Hitchcock, Joel McKinnon Miller as Norm Scully Metzenbaum (the main guy), and Bill Hader guest star in Season Seven.

It’s been six months since the last episode aired on Fox, but this fall, Brooklyn Nine-Nine will be back with more laughs and detective work for you to enjoy!

Free Guy

Hank (Jason Sudeikis) was recently divorced from his wife of five years (Leslie Bibb) and has decided to give dating another chance by going on Tinder while continuing as an average Joe in Hoboken, New Jersey. His primary motivation for this life change is he wants someone who will love him because they know him rather than what he does; Hank’s not flashy enough for the elite Manhattanites, so it makes more sense to try online.

Hank’s life changes when he gets a notification from AI (Alicia Vikander) that his soulmate is nearby and will contact him soon, all for the low monthly fee of $24.99/month with unlimited personal growth coaching sessions. This option included access to world-class real estate agents should you want help buying or selling your home, a helpful perk if Hank wants to move on up in the world now that he knows what matters most to him: family, friends, and happiness.


Beckett is a comedy-drama series that premiered on TV One. It centers around Beckett, who was released from prison and must adjust to life outside the walls after spending most of his adult years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit.

His father, an ex-convict turned preacher, tries to steer him in the right direction while navigating his struggle with faith and forgiveness as well as trying to keep up appearances for his wife’s sake at church. The show also stars Carl Jones (Sons Of Anarchy), Jurnee Smollett Bell (Empire), and Golden Brooks (Girlfriends).


With all these programs coming to your television soon, you’ll have plenty of ways to spend your August. So pick a movie from this list and enjoy your time!