Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in September: Black Panther, Maniac and Iron Fist top the list

Maniac is an Emma Stone-led dark comedy based on a Norwegian television show.

Maniac starring Emma Stone

September is just a few days away, and with that comes a wealth of new Netflix content. To help you sort through the noise, here’s a preview of next month’s hottest titles.

In this upcoming release, the streaming giant is gifting its customers a ton of Netflix Originals. While the company is heavily promoting ‘Atypical’, it’s coming-of-age comedy as well as the Tony Danza-led police drama ’The Good Cop’ – season two of ‘Iron Fist’ and the debut of ’Maniac’ are undoubtedly the most highly anticipated Originals.

Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER ©Marvel Studios 2018

Iron Fist is Netflix’s third Marvel series to hit the platform this year. Since its debut season in early-2017, fans have been clamoring for more. Well, starting September 7th, we’ll get just that. Actor Finn Jones will be back as Iron Fist – a billionaire monk who’s masterfully proficient in kung-fu. According to reports, in season two we’ll see Iron Fist “face a new foe in the form of Typhoid Mary who wields telekinetic powers.”

Maniac is an Emma Stone-led dark comedy based on a Norwegian television show. The Netflix series, which also stars Jonah Hill, follows a group of mentally unbalanced test subjects as they undergo a bizarre pharmaceutical trial. The pill makers are testing a concoction of drugs they claim can permanently solve all problems and “repair anything about the mind, be it mental illness or heartbreak.” The series premiere is set for September 21st.

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Outside of Netflix Originals, season three of Quantico (Sept. 2nd), Marvel’s Black Panther (Sept. 4th), American Horror Story: Cult (Sept. 18th), Season eight of The Walking Dead (Sept. 23rd), and Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time (Sept. 25th) are some of the other standout movies / shows to make September’s line up.

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And as you know by now, the beginning of the month also means select content will be removed. We have just a few more days to catch 13 Going on 30, Ghostbusters, The Dark Knight, The Descent, and The Imitation Game – all of which except The Imitation Game (Sept. 28th), will vanish on September 1st.