We’ve selected six of the best new TV series on Netflix that have been added this past week. There are some excellent returns and fantastic new Originals that have arrived to be enjoyed at your leisure. Here’s the best new TV series added to Netflix this week for September 21st, 2019.
N = Netflix Original
Genre: Crime, Drama
Cast: David Tennant, Hayley Atwell, Margot Bancilhon, Laurent Lucas, Eva Meckbach, Jorge Bosch, Jose Angel Egido
Netflix is well known for its output of incredible crime-dramas and their latest title, Criminal, might just be their most intriguing yet. Told across four separate countries and four separate stories, this tense crime-drama will you leave you on the edge of your seat as you witness the game of cat and mouse between suspects and their police interrogators.
The four countries involved in the production of Criminal are France, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Each season has three episodes, so perfect for a binge.
There was a lot of hype going into August 2018 as Matt Groening’s first Netflix Original, Disenchantment, was scheduled to arrive. Unlike its creator’s most popular series The Simpsons, Disenchantment hasn’t started off life with critical acclaim. Despite this, subscribers were still eager to watch and in the end, Netflix would order a further 3 parts. Part 2 of the series is now available to stream and picks right up where we left off in part 1.
There’s in trouble in Dreamland as the residents have been turned to stone by Dagmar! Princess Beane was forced to flee with her mother, and they are now on their way to a foreign land. Meanwhile, Luci has been captured by an unseen force and our poor little half-elf Elfo, his body washed up on the shores only to be whisked away by mysterious strangers.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Cast: James Spader, Megan Boone, Diego Klattenhoff, Harry Lennix, Hisham Tawfiq
As the seventh season of The Blacklist approaches, the sixth is now finally available to stream on Netflix. It’s been a long wait for subscribers, but now you can binge to your heart’s content.
The end of the fifth season left fans in a state of shock as it was revealed that Red was not the real Raymond Reddington. The skeletons in the closet were quite literally dragged out for Red when his secret was at risk of being exposed to Liz. Unbeknownst to Red, Liz has discovered his secret and she is determined to bring him down and discover the truth of what really happened to her real father the night he died.
Surviving R. Kelly
One of the most controversial topics of the past few years is the past of R. Kelly. Rumors and controversy have plagued his career, and now the chickens have come home to roost as the women from his past reveal all about the famous R&B artist. The shocking accounts from those interviewed tell the tale of physical, mental and sexual abuse at the hands of R. Kelly.
The Last Kids on Earth N
Who says the Dystopian future has to be doom and gloom? Certainly not Max Brailler, the creator behind Netflix’s latest childrens animated series, The Last Kids on Earth. Putting the fun back into the apocalypse, this sixty-six-minute special is your perfect introduction to the world, story, and characters of The Last Kids on Earth. Your kids will also be happy to learn that the next season will feature 10 episodes and will release in 2020!
Jack Sullivan and his friends take on zombies and monsters in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of the modern-day. When they’re not too busy playing video games and eating junk food in the treehouse there are plenty of monsters to fight and zombies to be battled.
Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates: Limited Series N
For many decades Bill Gates was known as the richest man in the world. The creator and innovator of Microsoft has had nothing short of an incredible life. Through three episodes, we get to see an all-access and no filtered account on Bill Gates’ life from the man himself. This fascinating insight into the life of Bill Gates shows the incredible journey he has been on as one of the most influential human beings of the past century.
What TV series will you be watching on Netflix this week? Let us know in the comments below!