The latest seasons of some of the most beloved TV series are coming to Netflix next month.
The Walking Dead Season 9, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 6, and Scream Season 3 will all be available to stream on the platform starting September 1st. Shameless Season 9 will arrive on September 10th, followed by American Horror Story: Apocalypse on the 24th, and Gotham Season 5 on the 30th.
In addition to the TV shows that originally aired on network and cable TV, Netflix is also releasing a bunch of new original series in September. These include the Ben Platt-led comedy The Politician (September 27th) created by Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan; the Emma Stone-narrated documentary The Mind, Explained (September 12th) that explores everything between dreams and anxiety disorders; and the sci-fi thriller The I-Land (September 12th) which stars Kate Bosworth, Natalie Martinez, Alex Pettyfer, and Kyle Schmid.
Netflix is also adding a few animated family-friendly series to its library, including the Tony Hale-produced Archibald’s Next Big Thing (September 6th), The Last Kids on Earth (September 17th) based on the book series of the same name by Max Brallier, and the preschool-oriented show Dragons: Rescue Riders (September 27th) produced by DreamWorks.
There are also lots of returning Netflix series in September. The third seasons of the documentary shows Hip Hop Evolution and Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father will both premiere on September 6th. Part 7 of the Ashton Kutcher-led comedy The Ranch will debut on September 13th while the second seasons of the reality TV show Fastest Car and the animated series Disenchantment will premiere on September 20th.
There’s a whole fellowship of new titles hitting Netflix in September, with plenty of quests to spare! pic.twitter.com/HNoqHzt67y
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On the movie front, Netflix will drop its original films Tall Girl and In the Shadow of the Moon on September 13th and 27th, respectively. Tall Girl is a romantic comedy that follows the story of a 6-foot-1, 16-year-old girl named Jodi who has never had a boyfriend until a new exchange student enrolls at her school. In the Shadow of the Moon, meanwhile, is a sleek sci-fi thriller about a Philadelphia police officer that leads the hunt for an elusive serial killer whose crimes are timed to the lunar cycle.
Though there are only a few original Netflix films premiering in September, there’s a wide variety of non-Netflix films that will be available to stream on the platform starting month. These include horror films American Psycho (September 1st) and The Last Exorcism (September 1st); mystery drama movie Mystic River (September 1st) starring Oscar-winning actors Sean Penn and Tim Robbins; disaster thriller Dante’s Peak (September 1st); drama My Sister’s Keeper (September 1st); comedy Superbad (September 1st); Julia Roberts-led romance Eat Pray and Love (September 10th); and the last two installments of the Lord of the Rings trilogy — The Return of the King (September 1st) and The Two Towers (September 1st).