Netflix Originals Coming to Netflix in September 2019

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September is already shaping up to be a huge month for new Netflix Originals. We’ve got your big preview of everything that’s planned for release so far throughout the month of September. The full list of what’s coming to Netflix in September will likely be available by the end of August 2019. 

If September is too far ahead, we’ve also got previews of the Netflix Originals coming in July 2019 and the Netflix Originals coming in August 2019.

Let’s now break into the list of what’s coming to Netflix in September. This list is ordered by release date.

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Elite (Season 2)

Netflix Release Date: September 6th

The Spanish teen drama hit Elite is returning for its second season.

The drama is about three working-class teens enrolling into a posh school and clashing with the other students at the school. Just a broad September release date has been announced so far.

The series has already been renewed for season 3 too due out in 2020.

Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020 (Part 1)

Netflix Release Date: September 10th

The Japanese reality show is back for a brand new spin-off for 2019 called Tokyo 2019-2020. The first part of the new season is finally due out in Western countries in September but Netflix Japan has now been streaming since May.

The Chef Show (Volume 2)

Netflix Release Date: September 13th

Roy Choi and Jon Favreau are returning for the second volume of The Chef Show. Set up as a spin-off of the 2014 movie, we see Roy and Jon prepare and cook some of their favorite dishes with plenty of special guests along the way.

As we first reported, the new season is due out on September 13th, 2019.

Unbelievable (Miniseries)

Netflix Release Date: September 13th

This miniseries is created by Susannah Grant (Charlotte’s Web, Catch and Release, Pocahontas) will follow a teenager and how she lied about being raped and the investigation to come to that conclusion.

The series will only be an eight-episode limited series so will make a nice weekend binge.

Vagabond (Season 1)

Netflix Release Date: September 19th

Vagabond is a massive South-Korean series that looks to be one of the biggest from the region. Netflix will be carrying the show exclusively although Sony may still choose to distribute it in other ways too.

With a big cast and an action-driven narrative, this is certainly one to keep a close eye on.

Criminal: UK, Germany, France, Spain (Season 1)

Netflix Release Date: September 20th

Set in a police investigation room, we see a grueling interview that sees a doctor confessing to a murder. The series stars David Tennant, Hayley Atwell, Clare-Hope Ashitey and Youssef Kerkour.

Only three episodes will release on Netflix but a French, German and Spanish version all release on the same day.

Disenchantment (Part 2)

Netflix Release Date: September 20th

Disenchantment is the big Netflix animated series from the creator of Futurama and The Simpsons. Part 2 of Disenchantment will hopefully build on what was a fantastic first 10 episode premiere for the medieval animated comedy.

The good news is that there’s plenty more to come after part 2 drops with a full second season scheduled to release in 2020 and 2021.

Between Two Ferns: The Movie (2019)

Netflix Release Date: September 20th

You may have seen some of Zach Galifianakis’s Between Two Ferns skits on YouTube. The most prolific interviews have been with the likes of Barack Obama, Justin Bieber, and Bradley Cooper. The Youtube series has been running since 2008 with 21 episodes under its belt and numerous specials.

In September, Netflix will be producing alongside Funny or Die a feature-length movie seeing Zach and his crew on a road trip completing numerous interviews hoping to restore his reputation.

Bard of Blood (Season 1)

Netflix Release Date: September 27th

This is the next big series out of India, a region Netflix is investing heavily in. This could quickly overtake Sacred Games (season 2 releasing on Netflix in August 2019) as the biggest series out of India.

Netflix first acquired the book series from Bilal Siddiqui.

The series is a thriller that follows an ex-RAW agent.

What’s interesting about this series is that it has been filmed in three different languages Hindi, Urdu, and English.

The Politician (Season 1)

Netflix Release Date: September 27th

Netflix’s massive deal with Ryan Murphy kicks off in September with the first season of The Politician. The series sees a big cast looking to cash in on the same genre that Veep did.

The series features Ben Plat, Gwyneth Paltrow, Zoey Deutch, and Jessica Lange among many others.

Ryan Murphy has plenty of other titles that you can watch on Netflix right now including American Horror Story and Glee.

Chelsea Handler Docuseries

Netflix Release Date: TBD

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Chelsea Handler is returning to Netflix after a two-year hiatus. You may recall Chelsea ran one of Netflix’s first-ever talk-shows which ran for two years. She’s also worked with Netflix on a docu-series called Chelsea Does which premiered three years ago.

She’s now working on a new documentary that’s scheduled for release in September that looks at white privilege.

Glitch (Season 3 – Final Season)

Netflix Release Date: TBD

The Australian sci-fi series wraps up in September 2019 and hopefully gets delivered with some long-awaited answers.

The series follows six people who have returned from the dead mysteriously with no memory of what happened. It’s one of the earliest Australian imports for Netflix and still is one of the best.

Other Netflix Original Releases for September 2019

  • The Mind, Explained (Season 1) – Narrated by Emma Stone, this docu-series looks at what’s happening inside your brain.
  • Tall Girl (Movie) – September 13th – Romance movie about a tall girl who finds love when a tall exchange student comes to town.
  • Skylines (Season 1) – a German drama series coming on September 27th

That’s all we have for now. We’ll keep updating this post every week until September rolls around with all the new releases we find out about.

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Founder of What's on Netflix, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for over a decade. Covering everything from new movies, series and games from around the world, Kasey is in charge of covering breaking news, covering all the new additions now available on Netflix and what's coming next.