September is one of those months that for me feels like a break from the chaos throughout the rest of the year. Summer's pretty much over, and the fall holidays haven't kicked in yet, so there's a little bit of a lull in the madness. Although, those of you who are sending your young ones back to school may still feel a little harried. No matter how much activity is buzzing in your house, though, you'll hopefully be able to fit in at least a couple of the titles that Netflix will be bringing to its domestic library this month, especially considering a couple are hotly awaited / previous blockbusters from 2018. If you want to see August's incoming class, you can find them right where they belong; but for now, we look forward to which titles are coming online in September's lazy days.
Week of September 1st
10,000 B.C. - 9/1/18
Week of September 2nd
Disney's Lilo & Stitch - 9/2/18
Week of September 9th
Call the Midwife: Series 7 - 9/10/18
Week of September 16th
Role Models - 9/16/18
Week of September 23rd
The Walking Dead: Season 8 - 9/23/18
Week of September 30th
Big Miracle - 9/30/18
In terms of the movie offerings heading to Netflix's streaming line-up, we've got not one but two recent Disney films hitting the service. Both Black Panther and A Wrinkle In Time are heading to the streaming side of the house, in the name of helping viewers that loved those films reconnect with them, as well as finding brand new audiences to latch onto their diverse and exciting narratives. However, if you're in the mood for a bleaker character study from the director of Green Room, you can enjoy Netflix's Hold The Dark when it debuts toward the end of this month. And last, but not least, if it's your turn to host the "so bad it's enjoyable" movie night, your work is cut out for you as The Hurricane Heist is whirling up a storm in the coming month.
TV fans, don't walk out of the room just yet, as you've got some important stuff heading your way, too. Specifically, the final season of Once Upon A Time and the latest season of The Walking Dead will be available for your perusal. Both are shows that have had an interesting history with their respective fan bases, and these seasons are good examples of why that is. On the Netflix Originals front, if you're looking for some superpowered action, then Iron Fist may be your next fix, as its second season plunges the world of the titular hero into a big turf war. However, if you're more of a comedy fan, and that lingering feeling that you want something a bit darker still remains, Bojack Horseman is finally back for a fifth round of insanity, which shows him tasting success once again - as well as all of the neurosis that follows.
September's a big month for Netflix, so if you ever need to see what's ahead on a specific day or week, feel free to bookmark this list for easy reference. Also, titles are subject to change, so if something isn't where it should be, the powers that be may have shaken things up at the last moment. One final note: don't forget to see the notable films that came to Netflix last month, as well as those that decided to leave the room. Happy viewing folks, and we'll see you again next month when we look into the spooky, and possibly strange, month of October.