Published Aug 24, 2016September means a lot of things, including the return to school and the beginning of the year's final quarter. While you should be studying and/or starting the projects you hoped to get done in 2016, however, we all know you're going to spend the month streaming TV and movies just like you did every other month this year. Fortunately, Netflix Canada has got you set with another impressive batch of exclusive programming and home-released blockbusters.
It's a big month for Netflix's television programming. For starters, this month brings the latest series in their ongoing Marvel coverage with the arrival of Luke Cage. That show kicks off on September 30.
There's also the arrival of Easy, a new anthology series from mumblecore director Joe Swanberg. The show features appearances from the likes of Hannibal Buress, Orlando Bloom, Malin Åkerman and Emily Ratajkowski, among others. It premieres on September 22.
There are also plenty of returning series. Pablo Escobar and his gang will continue to stick it to the man in Season 2 of Narcos (September 2), while we're already up to Season 5 of Longmire (September 23). Season 3 of From Dusk Til Dawn launches on September 7, and will release new episodes on a weekly basis.
Chelsea Handler will continue dropping new episodes of her talk show Chelsea, while Cedric the Entertainer and Iliza Schlesinger are set to drop new comedy specials on September 19 and 23 respectively.
There's also a great deal of original documentary programming on the way, including Season 3 of Chef's Table (September 2) and films like Extremis (September 13), The White Helmets (September 16), Audrie & Daisy (September 23) and Amanda Knox (September 30). A White House reality series called I Am the Ambassador will arrive on September 1.
Further, Netflix will add Bad Neighbours (September 1), Inception (September 1), Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (September 1), A Million Ways to Die in the West (September 1), Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides (September 1), The Revenant (September 1), The Wolverine (September 1), The Finest Hours (September 6), Daddy's Home (September 9), Eat Pray Love (September 9), Definitely Maybe (September 14), Anomalisa (September 16), Maleficent (September 18), Zootopia (September 20), Dirty Grandpa (September 22), Red 2 (September 26) and Zoolander 2 (September 30).
They'll also add Season 2 of Schitt's Creek (September 1), Season 6 of The Walking Dead (September 15), Season 12 of Grey's Anatomy and Season 1 of Scream Queens (September 22).
You also better hurry up and watch some current classic before they leave the service. On September 1, Netflix will drop Forrest Gump, Gone Girl, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Mamma Mia! and The Purge. On September 5, they'll ditch Anchorman 2, on September 12 they're losing The Wolf of Wall Street and on September 30 they'll rid themselves of The Maze Runner. You also need to finish binge-watching 90210 by September 13.