As it was promised in that pop song of old, we're seeing you in September, and we've got a fresh truckload of Netflix titles that are sure to entertain as the kids go back to school, and the temperature levels out. It's been an interesting summer at the movies, but this streaming giant has kept it interesting throughout these vacation-filled months. So really, September is just the continuation of the trend of good content rolling into the queue. If you're pining for what came online last month, you can check the August guide here. As for the rest of us, it's time to board the bus and see what's awaiting us in the world of Netflix streaming!
Week of 9/1/17
Amores Perros -- 9/1/17
Week of 9/3/17
Graduation -- 9/4/17
Week of 9/10/17
The Forgotten -- 9/11/17
Week of 9/17/17
Call the Midwife: Series 6 -- 9/18/17
Week of 9/24/17
Dark Matter: Season 3 -- 9/25/17
Now that you've seen the full list of new releases, you can listen to our takes on the best, worst and weirdest of what's coming to Netflix in September by checking out a special bonus episode of The Cord Cutter Podcast below. Then, you can read on for even more information on everything that's coming to the streaming service this month.
If you're a Disney fan, you're probably ecstatic as anything, as they're bringing a lot of titles to the table, despite their big announcement pertaining to their own future streaming service. Returning this month is both Mulan and Hercules, fan favorites that had left the service earlier, but are ready to bring honor to us all once again, as they go the distance to entertain. However, even more exciting is the fact that Newsies: The Broadway Musical and the live-action version of Beauty and the Beast are both coming up as well, ready to put a song in your heart as only Disney could.
However, if you're not that big of a fan of traditional Disney fare, there's plenty more coming to Netflix that'll catch your eye. As if on cue for this year's school season, the Robin Williams classic Dead Poets Society is coming at the beginning of the month. So you should show it to your kids, but be sure to give them a stern talking to about climbing up on any desks in the near future. Also making its way is Pulp Fiction, a film that probably needs no introduction to us, or the folks at McDonald's who are tired of that guy who always orders his meal as a "Royale with Cheese".
And last, but not least, the Netflix Originals pool is getting pretty full in September as well! While the service is pulling The Omen in that very month, they're replacing it with the original comedy Little Evil!, starring Adam Scott. If you haven't seen the trailer for it yet, it looks hysterical. Also, Bojack Horseman is returning for its fourth season, so for those of you who wondered when "Ptember 8th" would arrive, it's apparently in September. Though knowing the series, they'll probably rename the month as an inside gag. Finally, if you've been waiting for new episodes of Fuller House, Mike Flannagan's adaptation of Stephen King's Gerald's Game, or the revival of The Magic School Bus Rides Again, then you're in luck as all of those happen towards the end of the month.
Netflix is ready to entertain you once again, with this brand new bevy of delights. But what's leaving the streaming service in September? Find out later, as we'll be running a list of the titles that are departing throughout the month, and will need at least one more viewing to properly send them off.