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Sasha Graham's Virgo Season Entertainment Guide ~ The List TV

Originally aired and posted on The List TV on August 23rd, 2021

By: Cindy Castillo | Kristina Guerrero | Sasha Graham

Virgo season runs from August 23rd to September 22nd, and, according to the stars, it’s the perfect time to get stuff done. It’s all about the details and hard work. Plus, it’s back to school time! So whether or not you’re pulling up your plaid socks, sharpening pencils, or digging deep into your career, the most important thing to remember is not to overwork yourself. Taking time to indulge is essential because Virgo season arrives with lots of heightened emotions and intense changes. Lucky for you, metaphysical author Sasha Graham has a list of the best entertainment options for when you do decide to unwind and relax.

1. TV

The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals Mental and physical wellbeing take a front seat when you spark your imagination with The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals. Follow three hosts as they travel the world to find you incredible properties you can rent. Everything from igloos, to yachts, to tree houses! They have their eye on luxury, uniqueness, and locations that are pretty affordable! Stream it now on Netflix.

The Chair Feeling Virgo’s dark academic vibes? If so, kick back with Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh who stars in this comedy set at an elite university. Sandra portrays the first woman of color to be named chair of English at an elite university, and we follow her story as she navigates an overwhelmingly white staff, racism, sexism, and saucy love triangles. Available now on Netflix.

Ares Let’s continue the back-to-school vibes with Ares. It’s a Dutch horror drama about an ambitious college student who aims to fit in with Amsterdam’s elite. She gets inducted into a secret society, which comes with a high price. Stream it now on Netflix.

2. Movies

Get lost in the romance with this movie musical that’s a modern take on Disney’s classic fairytale. From the director of Pitch Perfect, it stars Camila Cabello in her film debut as Cinderella, Idina Menzel as her Stepmother, and Billy Porter as Cinderella’s iconic fairy godparent. This movie is sure to inspire you as Cinderella perseveres to make all her dreams come true. See it on Amazon Prime on September 3.

Celebrate Virgo season by watching Dating & New York, a modern take on finding and cultivating romance in the Big Apple. It’s a relatable rom-com about a pair of millennials who come up with a friends-with-benefit contract to avoid commitment. What could go wrong? We all know where this is headed, and we are here for it. Catch it on demand and in select theaters September 10.

Virgo season vibes are intuitive, deep, languid and long. Celebrate your emotional side with this film starring and directed by Sean Penn. His children also star in this film that’s based on Jenifer Vogel’s 2004 memoir, which tells a story about her broken relationship with her own father. The film’s available now in select theaters.

3. Music

Nothing changes a mood as quick as a hot track! So when you need to drop the books and shake your bootie, R&B dance goddess Tinashe has just what you need. Her new record 333 is a reference to angel numbers and she created it as a reflection of her spiritual journey. Soulful, danceable, esoteric, this record will get you moving towards your own special future.

It’s the lead single of the Canadian singer-songwriter released earlier this month, from his upcoming fifth studio album. He keeps serving up fresh retro synth wave beats and we can’t get enough!

Halsey is known for striking visuals with their work. Now, they’ve gone above and beyond for their upcoming fourth studio album. Titled If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power, they explained it’s a concept album about the joys and horrors of pregnancy and childbirth. They’re releasing an hour-long film in select theaters on August 25, which will follow the release of the album on August 27.

And now you’ve got the ultimate guide on how to stay entertained through Virgo season!


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