It’s Thursday which means we’re one day away from the big Friday new releases but for now, we’ve got three new titles to enjoy today. Here’s what’s new on Netflix in the United States for September 19th.
Don’t forget to check out yesterday’s list of new titles which had 10 brand new additions.
The Blacklist (Season 6)
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Cast: James Spader, Megan Boone, Diego Klattenhoff, Harry Lennix
Runtime: 43 min
Awards: Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 2 wins & 23 nominations.
The big new release comes from NBC today and the sixth season of its headline drama series, The Blacklist. Featuring James Spader, he plays a notorious criminal who has spent the last five seasons helping his daughter bring in other big criminals.
Here’s what you can expect from season 6:
Now knowing that Raymond Reddington isn’t who he claims to be, Liz must decide if she’ll help him uncover the traitor who has landed him on Death Row.
Not everyone is saying they’re seeing season 6 at the moment. If this applies to you, log out of your Netflix account and log back in.
Disney Nature’s Oceans (2009)
Genre: Documentary, Drama
Director: Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud(co-director)
Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Pedro Armendáriz Jr., Jacques Perrin, Matthias Brandt
Runtime: 84 min
Awards: 2 wins & 4 nominations.
Yes, your eyes don’t deceive you, a Disney movie just touched down on Netflix. As you may know, Netflix currently holds the contract for pay-2 window movies which has seen a couple of Disney movies added in recent months.
Today, Netflix got hold of Oceans that looks into the vital role water plays in human existence. Although Blue Planet is far superior, if you’ve ever wondered what a documentary is like with Piers Brosnan narrating, you’ll know after watching this.
Full List of New Releases for September 19th
2 New Movies Added Today
- Kabir Singh (2019)
- Océans (2009)
1 New TV Series Added Today
- The Blacklist (Season 6)
This Day on Netflix
Just the one title was added on this day in year’s previous. In 2017, Netflix debuted its first Netflix Original stand-up special featuring Jerry Seinfeld. Jerry has since produced his Coffee-based reality series and also you may have heard Netflix is spending big bucks getting Seinfeld from 2021.
— What's on Netflix (@whatonnetflix) September 19, 2019