New Releases on Netflix: August 28th, 2019

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The third season of Van Helsing is now available to stream on Netflix

Here’s your mid-week daily round-up with three new titles added to Netflix for August 28th, 2019. 

As you’ll know, we cross into the first of September on Sunday which will see plenty of brand new releases added to Netflix.

There’s still plenty to look forward to this week, as we’ve covered in our weekly preview.

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Here’s what’s new on Netflix for August 28th on Netflix in the United States.

N = Netflix Original

Van Helsing: Season 3

Episodes: 13
Genre: Horror
Cast: Kelly Overton, Christopher Heyerdahl, Jonathan Scarfe, Trezzo Mahoro

After Van Helsing arrived on Netflix outside the US, that made the wait for subscribers just that little bit longer. There are thirteen brand new episodes to be enjoyed so don’t binge it too fast, as you’ll be waiting another year for season 4.

Instead of following the tale of Bram Stoker’s Abraham Van Helsing vs Dracula, the show instead centers around Abraham’s descendant Vanessa Van Helsing. Most of the known world is taken over by vampires after the supervolcano in Yellowstone erupts. The world is sent into an ash winter allowing all the hiding vampires safety from the sun.

Droppin’ Cash: Los Angeles: Season 2 N

Episodes: 13
Genre: Reality-TV
Cast: Khali

It’s crazy how the other half lives and Droppin Cash’ gives us some insight on what celebrities will drop their cash on. With the arrival of the second season, we see even crazier purchases on items that only we could dream about.

Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly (2019) N

Genre: Documentary, Music
 84 Minutes

Tracing the routes and origins of the Houston rapper’s rise to super-stardom, we get an in-depth look into the life of Travis Scott and the development of his album ASTROWORLD.

Are you happy with today’s additions on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below.

New Releases on Netflix: August 28th, 2019

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