Published Aug 22, 2018Just because summer is ending and kids are going back to school, it doesn't mean that Netflix is holding back on the new releases. How else are students going to procrastinate through the semester?
Next month, Netflix will unleash a string of new original TV series. Among the most anticipated is Maniac (September 21), the new series from Cary Fukunaga. The show stars Emma Stone and Jonah Hill, and looks like it will be one hell of a sci-fi thriller.
Other series hitting the service include La Catedral del Mar (September 1), Monkey Twins (September 1), Mr. Sunshine (September 1), Sisters (September 1), LAST HOPE (September 14), Battlefish (September 21), The Good Cop (September 21) and Made in Mexico (September 28).
Other favourite original series will return with new seasons, including Atypical (September 7), Cable Girls (September 7), Marvel's Iron Fist (September 7), American Vandal (September 14), BoJack Horseman (September 14), Car Masters: Rust to Riches (September 14), Ingobernable (September 14), Norsemen (September 28), Chef's Table (September 28) and Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father (September 28).
There are also plenty of original film titles hitting the streaming service this September, including The Most Assassinated Woman in the World (September 7), Sierra Burgess Is a Loser (September 7), The Resistance Banker (September 11), On My Skin (September 12), The Angel (September 14), Bleach (September 14), The Land of Steady Habits (September 14,) Nappily Ever After (September 21), Hold the Dark (September 28), The 3rd Eye (September 28) and Two Catalonias (September 28).
For comedy fans, Daniel Sloss: Live Shows arrives September 11, Norm Macdonald Has a Show arrives September 14 and D.L. Hughley: Contrarian arrives September 18.
Music and documentary lovers will both want to catch Quincy, which debuts on September 21. An intimate look at the legendary producer and hilarious interview-giver, the Netflix original film was produced by his daughter, Rashida Jones.
Tons of non-Netflix titles will also be hitting the service next month, including films like Black Panther (September 4) and Disney's A Wrinkle in Time (September 25), as well as new seasons of The Good Place (September 20), Gotham (September 2), The Walking Dead (September 23) and This Is Us (September 26).
As always, we'll have to say goodbye to some titles before the new ones arrive.
13 Going on 30, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and Pitch Perfect 2 will disappear on September 1; Disney's Pete's Dragon and Star Trek Beyond will leave September 17; and Jurassic World will be taken off the streaming service on September 30.