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New to Netflix: September

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Get ready to give up your weekends, here’s our pick of the best new films and TV shows hitting Netflix this September…

The Good Place

Witty, out-of-this-world sitcom starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. When Eleanor Shellstrop (Bell) wakes up after being killed by a lorry, she realises there must have been a mistake: she definitely isn’t deserving of her place in the ‘good’ area of the afterlife. But now she’s had a taste of it, she doesn’t want to leave…

Available 21st September

 

American Vandal

In this satirical true crime mystery, a high school is rocked by an act of vandalism, but the top suspect pleads innocence and finds an ally in a filmmaker.

Available to watch now

 

The Bad Education Movie

Jack Whitehall makes his big screen debut as Alfie Wickers – the worst teacher to (dis)grace the English education system – as he takes his class on one final school trip after their GCSEs.

Available to watch now

 

Blue Is The Warmest Colour

An intimate love story about a French teen (Adèle Exarchopoulos) who develops a deep emotional and sexual connection with an older art student (Léa Seydoux) she meets in a lesbian bar.

Available 25th September

 

Call The Midwife: Season 6

The London midwives return for a sixth season.

Available 18th September

 

 

Designated Survivor Season 2

Kiefer Sutherland returns for a second season of the acclaimed American political drama.

Available 28th September

 

First They Killed My Father

Angelina Jolie’s adaptation of Loung Ung’s memoirs, recounts Ung's harrowing ordeal of life under the Khmer Regime and escape from the Cambodian genocide when she was a child.

Available 15th September

 

Foo Fighters: Back and Forth

A full-length documentary chronicling the triumphs and tragedies of the band's colourful, 16-year history.

Available 15th September

 

Gerald’s Game

Psychological horror-thriller based on Stephen King’s classic 1992 novel, about a woman who accidentally kills her husband while she is handcuffed to a bed.

Available 29th September

 

Gotham: Season 3

The popular Batman prequel returns to Netflix for its long-awaited third season.

Available to watch now

 

Kill Bill: Volumes 1 & 2

Quentin Tarantino’s bloody, sword-fighting masterpiece starring Uma Thurman as the vengeful Bride, hell bent on killing Bill.

Available to watch now

 

Narcos: Season 3

In the third season of Narcos, Javier Pena moves on to take down Pablo Escobar’s successors in Colombia’s cocaine trade, the Cali Cartel.

Available to watch now

 

Nymphomaniac: Volumes I & II

Lars Von Trier dives into a young woman’s torrid sexual history.

Available 28th September

 

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Invited to perform at a remote Australian casino, two drag queens and transgender Bernadette hit the road in a rickety lavender bus named Priscilla.

Available to watch now

 

Spectre

As Daniel Craig’s Bond ventures towards the heart of Spectre, he learns of a chilling connection between himself and the enemy he seeks, played by Christoph Waltz.

Available 22nd September

 

The Bad Batch

Iranian director Ana Lily Amirpour’s masterful black comedy tells a cannibal love story set in a dystopian future, starring Suki Waterhouse.

Available 22nd September

 

The Line of Duty: Season 4

BBC’s hit cop corruption drama returns for its fourth series on Netflix.

Available to watch now

 

The Walk

Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in Robert Zemeckis’ powerful retelling of Philippe Petit's illegal high-wire walk across the Twin Towers in 1974.

Available to watch now

 

Time: The Kalief Browder Story

This series traces the tragic case of Kalief Browder, a Bronx teen who spent three horrific years in jail, despite never being convicted of a crime.

Available 15th September

 

Strong Island

True-crime documentary by filmmaker Yance Ford, which explores the racially motivated murder off his brother William, and the subsequent trial of a young man in New York.

Available to watch now

 

 


 

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