Welcome to your comprehensive look at what’s coming to Netflix in the United States throughout September 2019. Big movies are headed to the service as well as the return of the likes of Disenchantment and the first brand new series from Ryan Murphy. Here’s a complete preview that will get updated over time as we learn of new releases.
Note: This list was last updated on September 13th, 2019
Weekly Episodes in September 2019
- The King’s Avatar (Season 1)
- The Great British Bakeoff (New Season) – New episodes Fridays
- Designated Survivor: 60 Days (Season 1)
- Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (Volume 4) – Concludes September 8th
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 1st
- 68 Kill (2017) – comedy movie involving the theft of $68k but the plan goes horribly wrong. The movie comes from IFC Midnight.
- 300 (2006) – Zack Synder’s epic movie about the 300 men fighting the Persians in 480 B.C.
- American Psycho (2000) – Christian Bale stars as a wealthy investment banker who hides a deep secret.
- Dante’s Peak (1997) – Pierce Brosman appears in this action thriller that’s not James Bond.
- Elena – Brazillian documentary about the director’s sister who moved to New York to act
- First Kill (2017) – Action thriller starring Bruce Willis and Hayden Christensen about a Wall Street broker trying to getting stolen money back to save his son.
- For The Birds (2018) – Award-winning documentary about a women’s love for her various pets including ducks, chickens and geese.
- Igor (2008) – Animated kids movie about the hunchbacked assistant trying to become a scientist.
- Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 6) – The ABC Marvel show about Agent Phil Coulson and his agents investigating threats.
- Mokalik (Mechanic) – Nollywood movie about a boy sent away to work
- Moving Art (Season 3) – Louie Schwartzberg presents this series about some of the most beautiful sights in the world.
- My Sister’s Keeper (2009) – Cameron Diaz stars in this tear-jerker drama about a leukemia-strick daughter fighting for her right to pass away.
- Naruto (Season 7) – The wildly popular anime series gets its seventh season outing on Netflix
- Olmo & the Seagull (2015) – Brazillian award-winning documentary about an actress.
- Open Season (2006) – Animated kids movie featuring the voices of Ashton Kutcher and Martin Lawrence.
- Rebel in the Rye (2017) – Nicholas Hoult stars in this biographical film of the author, J.D. Salinger.
- Scream (Season 3) – The third season of the revived Scream series based on the movies.
- Serial Killer with Piers Morgan (Season 1) – British documentary series where Piers Morgan travels to prisons to understand why serial killers do what they do.
- Spookley the Square Pumpkin (2005) – Kids animated special about a pumpkin who’s a different shape to other pumpkins.
- Stripes (1981) – The Bill Murray war comedy where two friends join the army as they’re bored with their current jobs.
- Superbad (2007) – The Seth Rogen comedy featuring Michael Cera and Jonah Hill
- The Bridge – Nollywood romance drama about a prince and a young lady secretly wedding
- The Lake House (2006) – Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves featuring in this romantic drama about a doctor who begins sending letters to the former resident.
- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) – Frodo and Sam begin their long journey to get the ring to Mordor.
- The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) – The finale of the Lord of the Rings trilogy
- The Walking Dead (Season 9) – The latest season of AMC’s The Walking Dead which sees big changes.
- Uncle Naji in UAE (2019) – Arab comedy about Naji and his friends going on holiday.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 4th
- The Heretics (2017) – Horror movie sees a young woman begins to undergo a strange transformation after being kidnapped.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 6th
- Article 15 (2019) – Indian movie about the true story of the Badaun gangrape and murder case.
- Archibald’s Next Big Thing (Season 1) N – Dreamworks adaptation series of the kids book
- Elite (Season 2) N – Spanish teen drama continues which sees a cover-up of multiple murders in a prestigious school.
- Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father (Season 3) N – Jack Whitehall and his dad continue their worldly adventures.
- The Spy (Limited Series) N – Sascha Baron-Cohen stars in a drama series about an Israeli spy.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 9th
- Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure (2017) – Animated comedy for kids about a polar bear hoping to save New York. Will also likely be the lowest-rated IMDb title to ever be added to Netflix.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 10th
- Bill Burr: Paper Tiger (2019) N – Stand-up Special
- Eat Pray Love (2010) – Julia Roberts romantic drama written and directed by Ryan Murphy.
- Evelyn (2019) N – Emotional documentary on a director and his children walking across the UK after the suicide of his brother.
- Our Godfather (2019) – Documentary about Tommaso Buscetta who was a high ranking member of the Italian mafia
- Shameless (Season 9) – Return for more Gallagher mayhem.
- Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-2020 (Part 1) N – The Japanese reality series returns for a brand new series with new inhabitants
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 12th
- The I-Land (Limited Series) N – Drama about 10 strangers waking up on an island with no recollection on how they got there.
- The Mind, Explained (Season 1) N – Docuseries about the brain narrated by Emma Stone.
- Turbo (2013) – The return of the Dreamworks animated family hit about racing snails.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 13th
- American Warfighter (2018) – Modern war drama movie about a Navy SEAL struggling to readjust his life with his new career. Written and directed by Jerry G. Angelo.
- Head Count (2018) – Horror about teens summoning a paranormal presence on their trip
- Hello, Privilege It’s Me, Chelsea (2019) N – Documentary about social issues from Chelsea Handler
- I’m Sorry (Season 2) – TruTV comedy series about a comedy writer
- Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato (2019) N – Anime movie about a team trying to take back Unato castle.
- Marianne (Season 1) N – French horror series about a woman’s evil spirit that haunts her dreams has entered the real world.
- Monarca (Season 1) N – Mexican series about a tequila empire that gets disrupted when a family member returns to the business.
- Shanghai Fortress (2019) N – Mandarin sci-fi movie about a city defending itself from an alien attack.
- Tall Girl (2019) N – a Family comedy about a 16-year-old who thinks she never can find love.
- The Chef Show (Volume 2) N – Roy Choi and Jon Favreau returns for another outing with new recipes and guests.
- The Ranch (Part 7) N – The long-awaited return of the comedy series featuring Ashton Kutcher.
- The Wedding Party 2: Destination Dubai (2019) – Sequel to Nollywood sensation The Wedding Party.
- Unbelievable (Limited Series) N – Intense drama following a young teenager who lies about being raped.
- Vagabond (Season 1) N – South-Korean drama about an ordinary man caught up in a huge corruption scandal
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 14th
- The Outsider (2019) – a Western movie about a railroad worker finding himself on the wrong side of a group of lawmen.
- We Have Always Lived in the Castle (2018) – Mystery drama starring Alexandra Daddario.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 15th
- Black Money Love (Season 1) – Turkish drama series about a theft that went wrong.
- Cold Case Files (Season 1) – True crime docu-series on a group of detectives looking at long-standing cases that have yet to be solved.
- Los Tigres del Norte at Folsom Prison (2019) N– The beloved norteño band Los Tigres del Norte performs for the inmates of Folsom Prison on the 50th anniversary of Johnny Cash’s iconic concert.
- Surviving R. Kelly (Mini-series) – Docu-series looking into the controversial R&B star, R. Kelly
- The Curse of Oak Island (Season 1) – HISTORY channel series about two brothers looking for secrets and hidden treasures.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 16th
- I Am Wrath (2016) – John Travolta stars in this action movie that scored a whopping 11% on Rotten Tomatoes.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 17th
- A Haunting of Silver Falls: The Return (2019) – Horror B-movie about a woman struggling with her past as she battles ghosts.
- Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives (2019) – Documentary on the record mogul Clive Davis who spent 50 years in the music industry.
- The Last Kids on Earth (Season 1) N – Animated series about monsters and zombies invading a small town.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 18th
- Come and Find Me (2016) – Aaron Paul stars in a thriller written and directed by Zack Whedon about a missing girlfriend.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 19th
- Kabir Singh (2019) – Three hour Hindi movie about an arranged marriage.
- The Blacklist (Season 6) – NBC series about the fugitive continuing to help the FBI capture notorious criminals
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 20th
- Between Two Ferns: The Movie (2019) N – Zach Galifianakis’s Funny or Die Youtube series concludes with this epic movie.
- Criminal (4 Seasons) N – Multiple seasons spanning multiple countries about intense interrogations.
- Disenchantment (Part 2) N – Matt Groening’s Netflix series returns for a second outing featuring Bean continuing her adventures.
- Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates (Season 1) N – Documentary series on Microsoft founder, Bill Gates.
- Fastest Car (Season 2) N – The reality series about fast cars returns for a second season.
- King of Boys (2018) – Nollywood movie about a powerful business woman’s power struggle when her underworld connections threaten her political ambitions.
- The Hockey Girls (Season 1) N – Spanish series about a hockey team chasing down victories
- True: Tricky Treat Day (2019) N – It’s up to True and her friends to save the day when a hungry Yeti sneaks a forbidden treat and fills the kingdom with Howling Greenies.
- Vagabond (Season 1) N – South Korean thriller series coming to Netflix weekly starting September 20th
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 23rd
- Team Kaylie (Season 1) N – New sitcom series about a 19-year-old billionaire and how she tries to live a normal life.
- Under the Eiffel Tower (2018) – Romance about a man having a mid-life crisis and takes a trip with his friends family to Paris.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 24th
- American Horror Story: Apocolypse (Season 8) – The FX horror anthology series
- Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself (2019) N – Stand-up special from the puppeteer.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 25th
- Abstract: The Art of Design (Season 2) N – Art docu-series
- Birders (Season 1) N – An Original docu-series on bird watchers on the US/Mexico border.
- Furie (2019) – Vietnamese action movie about a young girl heading back to where she was kidnapped to take revenge.
- Glitch (Season 3) N – The final season of the Australian mystery drama series.
- Locked Up (Season 4) – Spanish prison drama series
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 26th
- Explained (Season 2) N – Docu-series from Vox explaining everyday topics.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 27th
- Bard of Blood (Season 1) N – New Indian series
- Deliha 2 – Turkish comedy about a young chef cooking up trouble in the kitchen.
- DreamWorks Dragons: Rescue Riders (Season 1) N – New series based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise targetted for toddlers.
- El Marginal (Season 3) N – Argentinian crime series about an ex-cop infiltrating a prison.
- In The Shadow of the Moon (2019) N – Thriller movie featuring Boyd Holbrook and Michael C. Hall.
- Locked Up (Season 4) – Spanish prison drama series
- Skylines (Season 1) N – German hip-hop drama series
- Sturgill Simpson Presents Sound & Fury (2019) N – Anime visual album for the new album by Sturgill Simpson.
- The Politician (Season 1) N – The first big series from Ryan Murphy.
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 28th
- Domino (2019) – Danish crime thriller starring Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jamie Lannister)
What’s Coming to Netflix on September 30th
- Gotham (Season 5) – Final season of the FOX superhero prequel series to Batman
- Mo Gilligan: Momentum (2019) N – Debut special from actor and writer.
What are you looking forward to in September? Let us know in the comments down below.