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Everything Coming To Netflix In September 2017

Fall is fast approaching, and you know what that means: cooler weather, back-to-school sales, and an updated Netflix lineup to keep you indoors and away from it all. September's heralding a galaxy's worth of new programming for the streaming service, led by all-new seasons of fan favorite shows along with some brand new international additions that'll have you screaming "Khaaaaan!"

On the Netflix originals side, we're looking forward to new seasons of BoJack Horseman and Narcos, plus a handful of Netflix original movies. And an end-of-summer binge wouldn't be complete without the upcoming true-crime satire American Vandal. Here's an in-depth look at everything coming to Netflix in September 2017.

Narcos Season 3 — September 1

The DEA is setting its sights on a new drug lord in the third season of its addicting crime drama Narcos. Where the first two seasons fixated on Colombian kingpin Pablo Escobar, the newest season will raise the stakes even higher with the launch of its operation against the Cali Cartel. Pedro Pascal returns as DEA agent Javier Pena, and judging by the trailer, Narcos fans can expect more of the same gripping, real-life drama that catapulted the first two seasons to critical acclaim. Get ready to binge September 1.

Little Evil — September 1

Call us crazy, but Little Evil looks like it just might be one of the best movies of 2017. Starring Adam Scott and Evangeline Lilly, and written and directed by Tucker and Dale vs. Evil's Eli Craig, it's a horror comedy about a newly married man (Scott) who discovers to his dawning horror that he may be the Antichrist's new stepdad. Get set for big laughs when Little Evil hits on September 1.

Resurface — September 1

With gorgeous visuals and a heartfelt message about veterans struggling to find their place in the world, Resurface focuses on a suicidal ex-soldier who uses surfing as a way to escape his physical and emotional pain. Along the way, he finds a community of like-minded veterans searching for peace among the waves. It's a gut-wrenching ride, but the journey is well worth the emotional investment.

Marc Maron: Too Real — September 5

Talk show host Marc Maron has been making the world laugh for years with his WTF podcast, and he's recently experienced a resurgence on Netflix thanks to his role on Glow. Now, Maron is dishing out laughs with a brand new stand-up comedy special: Too Real, available for streaming September 5.

BoJack Horseman Season 4 — September 8

He's back, and this time it's serious. Sometimes. Other times, it's probably funny, heartwarming, tear-jerking, and stoically poignant. Maybe a bunch of those all at once, because you never know what you're going to pull out of that bag. Netflix has been pretty quiet about the details for the fourth season of BoJack Horseman, but if the past three seasons are any indicator of the future of Hollywood, we can't say we're worried about being disappointed.

Starring Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Amy Sedaris, Paul F. Thompkins, and Alison Brie, the Netflix original returns for more horsin' around on September 8.

#REALITYHIGH — September 8

Nobody likes meeting their partner's ex, but things get extra hairy when that ex happens to be a social media starlet who's out for your blood. That's the premise behind #REALITYHIGH, a Netflix original comedy starring Kate Walsh, Anne Winters, and John Michael Higgins.

Greenhouse Academy: Season 1 — September 8

This show follows two siblings at a boarding school in California who find themselves in the middle of a mystery that might be related to their dead mom. Greenhouse Academy stars Heartland's Jessica Amlee and newcomer Finn Roberts. Check out the first season on September 8.

The Confession Tapes: Season 1 — September 8

Get ready for a true-crime reboot with the first season of Netflix's documentary series The Confession Tapes, which chronicles conversations with convicted murderers who claim to be innocent. If The Confession Tapes is received half as well as Making a Murderer, it may be destined to become a new true crime classic.

Fire Chasers: Season 1 — September 8

What if your day job brought the risk of being engulfed in flames on a regular basis? From the producers of Deadliest Catch, Fire Chasers follows the firefighters who go face-to-face with California's deadly wildfires to protect the people in the fire's path. Check it out on September 8.

Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster — September 12

Jeff Dunham is the original puppet master, and he's got his hands full with a new stand-up special this September. Taped at a live show in Ireland, Relative Disaster is chock full of Dunham's trademark mash-up of humor and ventriloquism. Get ready for all-new jokes, all-new hijinks, and, of course, all-new puppets.

Strong Island — September 15

Netflix has hit the jackpot with its documentaries and true crime shows, particularly the serial documentary Making a Murderer. And this September, they're adding to their docudrama selection with the Sundance hit Strong Island, a powerful look into murder and racism on Long Island during the early '90s. Diving into the real-life story of a young African-American and the justice system that failed his family, Strong Island isn't for the faint-hearted. But if you want to witness the struggles—and strength—of one family captured in time on the cusp of an era that was only beginning to accept them for who they were, you can't afford to miss this Netflix acquisition. Directed by Yance Ford, the brother of the murdered man, Strong Island is one of the most intimately moving portraits of racism in recent memory.

American Vandal Season 1 — September 15

If you were planning to get pumped for anything this September, you might want to bottle those juices until the September 15 release of American Vandal. Netflix's pre-release trailer plays this classic story of mystery and true crime hilariously straight despite its simple—could we say beautifully simple?—premise: Someone at Hanover High School, someone nefarious, defaced the school with dongs. It's the biggest mystery on campus: who did the do? Who doodled the doodles? Will they ever be brought to justice? And more importantly, will the wrong man pay the price for the peters?

If the trailer is any indication, this solemn-faced satire on the phallic phenomenon sweeping a public high school hits all the right notes, and may finally make pubic jokes funny again long after Rob Schneider ruined them for everyone.

First They Killed My Father — September 15

Directed by Angelina Jolie, First They Killed My Father is a historical docudrama set during the time of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. The story is told from the perspective of a five-year-old girl struggling to survive the harsh regime, promising a gripping, heartfelt tale of courage and the strength of the human spirit.

Jerry Before Seinfeld — September 19

You don't become the world's highest-paid comedian by sitting back and resting on your fame, and Jerry Seinfeld is back in the saddle with a brand new stand-up special. The first release in Seinfeld's $100 million, two-special deal with Netflix, Jerry Before Seinfeld is, as the name suggests, all about the early years in Seinfeld's career, serving up jokes he wrote before the hit show, and before the fame. Check it out when it hits Netflix on September 19.

Fuller House Season 3 — September 22

Way back on September 22, 1987, the first episode of Full House premiered on ABC and introduced the world to the Tanner family. Now, the third season of the popular Netflix spinoff Fuller House is premiering exactly 30 years later, as revealed by actress Candace Cameron Bure in an Instagram post. And this season is going to be bigger than any of the others, moving up from 13 episodes to a whopping 18, according to another Instagram post by executive producer and series creator Jeff Franklin. But don't get too excited—only the first nine episodes are premiering on Netflix on September 22. When will the second half of the season show up? There's no official word yet, but chances are it'll hit in the early 2018 broadcast season.

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: Season 1 — September 22

You may know Jack Whitehall from his stand-up routines or the comedy show Fresh Meat, but those things fail to feature one crucial ingredient: Whitehall's dad. Fortunately, his new show Travels with My Father fixes that problem. The series follows Whitehall and his father as they travel around Europe and try to bond, which goes about as well as you'd expect with a goofball and a grumpy old man.

Terrace House: Aloha State: Part 4 — September 29

If you haven't seen Netflix's original reality series Terrace House, it's definitely worth a watch. In the vein of reality mainstays like The Real World, the show throws a group of strangers into a house together and turns on the cameras. While the previous seasons took place in Japan, Aloha State moves the action to sunny Hawaii. Dig in for Part 4 on September 29.

Gerald's Game — September 29

Adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name, Gerald's Game stars Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood as Jessie and Gerald, a husband and wife who go to their cabin in the woods for vacation...and a little kinky sex. But when Gerald keels over from a heart attack, Jessie is left handcuffed to the bed. Gerald's Game is directed by Mike Flanagan, who's already garnered some serious street cred in the horror genre with his films Hush and Oculus.

Our Souls at Night — September 29

Robert Redford and Jane Fonda star in Our Souls at Night as two elderly neighbors who form an unexpected bond years after their spouses have died. The film is based on a novel by Kent Haruf, who passed away from lung disease in 2014. Our Souls at Night was his last novel, and the story it tells is a poignant glimpse of love and loss. Queue it up on September 29, and keep a tissue handy.

Big Mouth: Season 1 — September 29

Netflix calls Big Mouth "a 10-episode, half-hour edgy adult animated comedy from real-life best friends Nick Kroll (Kroll Show, The League) and Andrew Goldberg (Family Guy) about the glorious nightmare that is teenaged puberty." That's certainly an...interesting premise, and if the pre-release clips are any indication, it'll definitely be an odd show, but it does have some comedy heavyweights behind it. Other voice actors tied to the show include Maya Rudolph, Jordan Peele, Fred Armisen, and Jenny Slate.

Club de Cuervos: Season 3 — September 29

This comedy series marked Netflix's first Spanish original show when the streaming service released the first season in 2015, and it turned out to be a pretty good move. With an 80 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the first two seasons were quick to pull in fans. And now would be a good time to go re-watch them, because the third one is dropping on September 29.

The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Season 1

Who could ever forget The Magic School Bus, the classic '90s show that entertained and educated? Well, hold onto your inner child, because The Magic School Bus is getting a reboot. According to Netflix, the new show will follow Miss Frizzle's sister, who is apparently also a teacher and also has a magic yellow short bus. This Netflix original is slated for a September 29 release.


You know who loves explosions? Everyone. Buckle in, because Netflix is kicking off the month with a cinematic throwback in the form of Deep Blue Sea, everyone's favorite movie with both sharks and LL Cool J. Seen it 10 times too many already? Then keep an eye out for two new high-octane 2017 releases: Larceny, starring Dolph Lundgren, and Alien Arrival.

Sept. 1
High Risk (1981)

Deep Blue Sea (1999)

Sept. 4
Graduation (2007)

Sept. 15
Larceny (2017)

Sept. 23
Alien Arrival (2017)


Netflix is loading up with All Star Comedy Jam stand-up specials this September, promising hours of raunchy entertainment from the kings of comedy. If stand-up's not your kind of gig, tune into Absolutely Anything, a new comedy about a man who gets an alien power that lets him do anything he wants, starring Simon Pegg and featuring the voices of the entire Monty Python crew.

Sept. 1
Shaq & Cedric the Entertainer Present: All Star Comedy Jam (2009)

Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live from Atlanta (2013)

Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live from Dallas (2010)

Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live from Las Vegas (2014)

Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live from Orlando (2012)

Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live from South Beach (2009)

She's Gotta Have It (1986)

Sept. 8
Fabrizio Copano: Solo Pienso En Mi (2017)

Joaquín Reyes: Una y no más (2017)

Sept. 26
Bachelorette (2012)

Sept. 27
Absolutely Anything (2017)


School's back, and it's time for knowledge. Bone up on your smarts this September with big new documentary releases like Facing Darkness, Ghost of the Mountains, and Night School. Plus, if you love music, you can't miss out on George Harrison: Living in the Material World, an in-depth look into the live and music of the former Beatle, directed by Martin Scorsese.

Sept. 1
The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography (2016)

Who the F**K is that Guy (2017)

Sept. 5
Facing Darkness (2017)

Sept. 13
Ghost of the Mountains (2017)

Sept. 15
Foo Fighters: Back and Forth (2011)

George Harrison: Living in the Material World (2011)

Rumble (2017)

Sept. 19
Love, Sweat and Tears (2016)

Sept. 26
Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan (2016)

Night School (2016)


September's coming home with cool autumn nights and even cooler lead actors. Highlights for this month include the criminally underrated Brazilian crime drama City of God, Scorsese's hard-hitting epic Gangs of New York, and Tarantino's love letter to neo-noir violence, Pulp Fiction. For new releases, check out 2016's The Journey is the Destination, a true story about a photographer documenting African conflicts.

Sept. 1
City of God (2002)

Dead Poets Society (1989)

Amores Perros (2000)

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Gangs of New York (2002)

Gone Baby Gone (2007)

The Last Shaman (2016)

The Lost Brother (2017)

The Squid and the Whale (2005)

Sept. 2
Vincent N Roxxy (2017)

Sept. 5
Carrie Pilby (2016)

Like Crazy (2011)

Sept. 18
The Journey Is the Destination (2016)

Sept. 20
Carol (2015)

Sept. 22
The Samaritan (2012)


Pop some popcorn and settle in with the kids, because Netflix is boosting their Disney selection this September. Disney recently announced that they'll soon be pulling their movies from the Netflix lineup and starting their own streaming service, but in the meantime, you can still enjoy classics like Pocahontas, Mulan, and Hercules, along with a range of other new family-friendly fare.

Sept. 1
Hoodwinked (2005)

The Rugrats Movie (1998)

Hotel for Dogs (2009)

The Secret Garden (1993)

Mulan (1998)

Hercules (1997)

Sept. 5
Newsies: The Broadway Musical (2017)

Sept. 14
Pocahontas (1995)

Sept. 19
Beauty and the Beast (1991)


High-tension drama, killer sharks, and paranormal mysteries are all on the menu for Netflix's September thriller lineup. For starters, the entire Jaws franchise is coming to the service, along with the techno-thriller The Good American and the 2007 mystery thriller Fracture, starring Anthony Hopkins and Ryan Gosling. If you're planning to spend a night in, you'll have plenty of options this month.

Sept. 1
Fracture (2007)

Jaws (1975)

Jaws 2 (1978)

Jaws 3 (1983)

Jaws: The Revenge (1987)

Sept. 6
A Good American (2015)

Hard Tide (2015)

Sept. 11
The Forgotten (2004)


Binging on your favorite shows will be easier than ever this month, with new seasons of The Walking Dead, Gotham, and The Blacklist rolling into the Netflix lineup. Plus, you can gear up for some brand new shows—Maniac and Apaches are premiering on Netflix this month, and keep an eye out for Final Fantasy XIV: Daddy of Light, which chronicles a father and son bonding over (you guessed it) Final Fantasy. Now that's an intriguing premise.

Sept. 1
Final Fantasy XIV: Daddy of Light (2017)

Maniac: Season 1 (2017)

Lego Elves: Secrets of Elvendale Season 1 (2017)

Outside Man: Volume 2 (2017)

West Coast Customs: Season 5 (2017)

Sept. 7
The Blacklist: Season 4 (2016)

Sept. 8
Apaches: Season 1 (2015)

The Walking Dead: Season 7 (2016)

Spirit Riding Free: Season 2 (2017)

Sept. 9
Portlandia: Season 7 (2017)

Sept. 13
Offspring: Season 7 (2017)

Sept. 15
Project Mc²: Part 5 (2017)

VeggieTales in the City: Season 2 (2017)

Sept. 18
Call the Midwife: Season 6 (2017)

Sept. 21
Gotham: Season 3 (2016)

Sept. 25
Dark Matter: Season 3 (2017)

Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 (2017)

Sept. 29
Real Rob: Season 2 (2017)

Paul Hollywood's Big Continental Road Trip: Season 1 (2017)

Sept. 30
Murder Maps: Season 3 (2017)