What’s Coming to Netflix This Week (September 16th to September 22nd)

Pictured: Disenchantment, Criminal, The Blacklist

It’s time to look at the week ahead and see what’s coming to Netflix from September 16th through September 22nd. We’ve got a comprehensive list of everything headed your way. 

Remember, you’ll find titles on this list no other outlet will be reporting for a weekly preview so you’re in the right place for the complete list of upcoming titles for the week.

First, here are some highlights then we’ll turn to the full list:

I Am Wrath (2016)

Release date: Monday, September 16th

Netflix often gets smaller action movies but we thought we’d highlight this one as it’s one of John Travolta’s latest gems which traditionally gets trashed by critics and this one is no exception.

One man takes the law into his own hand and goes after his wife’s killer as the corrupt police seem inept at doing what must be done.


The Blacklist (Season 6)

Released date: Thursday, September 19th

James Spader and Megan Boone continue their magnificent performances in the NBC hit action series, The Blacklist. In case you’re not familiar with the show, here’s a quite recap. Elizabeth Keen is a young FBI profiler who gets picked by a notorious criminal who helps them capture other big-time criminals.

The series has progressed to some frankly bizarre storylines over the last few years but season 6 has some of the highest-ranked episodes to date. If you’re not on board with The Blacklist, this week is a great excuse.


Disenchantment (Part 2) Netflix Original 

Release date: Friday, September 20th

With a lot of news in the press this week about The Simpsons, you’ll likely be giddy in anticipation about the return of Matt Groening’s third big project, Disenchantment.

The series left us with a lot of questions going into part 2 and with another two seasons currently planned, it’s worth investing in this series now.


Criminal (4 Seasons) Netflix Original

Release date: Friday, September 20th

In what Netflix is dubbing a franchise is perhaps a world first. On Friday, Netflix will release four seasons that share a similar premise and will all be connected. They feature top talent from each region which includes France, Spain, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

It’ll see 12 unique crime stories played out across four countries with supposedly one chance to uncover the truth.


Between Two Ferns: The Movie (2019) Netflix Original

Release date: Friday, September 20th

The big movie release from Netflix this week is Zach Galifianakis going on a country-wide tour continuing his interview show made popular on Youtube over the past decade or so.

Expect plenty of celebrity interviews and plenty of cringe.

There may be more titles added to Netflix throughout the week and the best way to track those is via our what’s new page.

Note: this list only applies to Netflix US – titles marked with N are Netflix Originals that will be available globally. 


Full List of What’s Coming to Netflix This Week

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 16th

  • I Am Wrath (2016)

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 17th

  • A Haunting of Silver Falls: The Return (2019)
  • Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives (2019)
  • The Last Kids on Earth (Season 1) N

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 18th

  • Come and Find Me (2016)

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 19th

  • Kabir Singh (2019)
  • The Blacklist (Season 6)

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 20th

  • Between Two Ferns: The Movie (2019) N
  • Criminal: France (Season 1) N
  • Criminal: Germany(Season 1) N
  • Criminal: Spain (Season 1) N
  • Criminal: United Kingdom(Season 1) N
  • Daddy Issues (2019)
  • Disenchantment (Part 2) N
  • Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates (Season 1) N
  • Fastest Car (Season 2) N
  • King of Boys (2018)
  • The Hockey Girls (Season 1) N
  • Travel Mates 2 (2018)
  • True: Tricky Treat Day (2019) N
  • Vagabond (Season 1 Premiere) N

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 22nd

  • Do Paise Ki Dhoop Chaar Aane Ki Baarish (2009)

What are you looking forward to this week? Let us know in the comments.