Late Night coming to Amazon Prime Video in September 2019

Late Night -- Courtesy of Amazon Studios
Late Night -- Courtesy of Amazon Studios /

Late Night is making its way to Amazon Prime Video in September. Check out the date you can stream the Mindy Kaling movie for free.

The Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson movie, Late Night, is finally heading to Amazon Prime Video. You’ll be able to watch for free with your Prime membership next month, and here are all the details you need to know.

The release is about on schedule after its theatrical release in June. It usually takes three months for movies to go from theater to DVD, but since Amazon Studios movies don’t tend to come to DVD, we expected the movie to hit Prime Video within three months.

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And that’s exactly what’s happened. Late Night will be on Prime Video on Sept. 6, 2019.

The downside to the release is that it’s only in the United States. When Amazon Studios acquired the movie, it was only for the U.S. rights. You’ll need to check for your own country to see where the movie will be released. I’m in Canada and I don’t get to watch it, so I’ll be keeping an eye out for the release over here!

Late Night was written by Mindy Kaling, who also stars in the movie, and is based on her experience in the writer’s room on The Office. She was the only woman and the only person of color, which is something you’ll see recreated within the movie. Thompson plays Katherine Newbury, a late-night talk show host who is struggling to connect with her audience. At the threat of losing her show, she hires a female writer and suddenly her life is turned upside down, but in a good way.

This is one of those feel-good movies that you’ll certainly want to check out. Here’s the trailer to see what you’re getting yourself into.

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What are you watching on Amazon Prime Video in September? Is Late Night on your radar? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Late Night will be on Amazon Prime Video on Sept. 6, 2019.