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New Arrivals Coming to Netflix in September

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September is full of new movies and tv shows

As we head into September, Netflix has a whole list of selections to keep their audience on their toes. There are rom-coms, comedies, literature classics turned movies, and even a game. There’s tons of options that everyone should be adding to their list.

Biggest Highlights

Love Again, starring Priyanka Chopra and Sam Heughan, returns to the streaming platform on September 2. The film centers on a woman coping with the loss of her fiance, as a series of romantic text messages to Mira’s (Chopra) deceased fiancé help her find love again. Though critics disliked the film, audiences seemed to want to rewatch this romantic comedy. 

When parents need to relax after work, and their kids come home bouncing off the walls, Netflix has the perfect solution like Season 1 of Bakugan, releasing on September 1, and Netflix’s new installment to the Spy Kids franchise Spy Kids: Armageddon on September 22. For teens, there’s even a new game called Storyteller through Netflix. And for the adults, there’s an alien documentary limited series called Encounters and an action movie called Overhaul, both releasing on September 27.

In addition, many favorites are returning to Netflix in September, such as Miss Congeniality, the childhood classic Matilda, the Anchorman Movie Collection, and My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2. There’s certainly something for everybody this month.


For those who are fans of dating reality shows, Netflix’s most popular dating reality show, Love is Blind is back. Starting with After the Alter, Season 4 couples and singles return after one year of saying/almost saying “I do” on September 1, followed by the release of Season 5 on September 22. Netflix is also releasing multiple rom-coms this September, such as Love at First Sight on September 15 and Love Is in The Air on September 28.


Catch the Swedish drama A Day and a Half, releasing on September 1. The film centers on a desperate father, Artan (Alexej Manvelov), who, in order to reunite with his daughter, takes his ex-wife, Louise (Alma Pöysti), hostage in this action-packed road trip. 

All these and much more are available on Netflix starting in September.

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Full September List 

Below is the complete breakdown of everything coming to the popular streaming service and their release dates. 

September 1st:

8 Mile (2002)

A Day and a Half (Netflix Original)

Arrival (2016)

Baby Mama (2008)

Bakugan (Season 1)

Couples Retreat (2009)

Disenchantment (Part 5-Netflix Original)

Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

Fences (2016)

Field of Dreams (1989)

Friday Night Plan (Netflix Original)

Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

Happy Ending (Netflix Original)

Jaws Movie Collection

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)

Land of the Lost (2009)

Love is Blind: After the Alter (Season 4-Netflix Original)

Matilda (1996)

Miss Congeniality (2000)

Mr Bean’s Holiday (2007) 

National Security (2003) 

One Piece Movie/Special Collection

Open Season: Scared Silly (2015) 

Public Enemies (2009)

Snitch (2013)

Superbad (2007)

S.W.A.T. (Season 6)

Stand by Me (1986)

The Deer Hunter (1978)

The Master of Disguise (2003)

U-571 (2000)

Up in the Air (2009) 

Vice (2018)

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)

Woody Woodpecker (2017)

September 2nd:

Love Again (2023)

September 3rd:

Crank (2006) 

Crank: High Voltage (2009) 

Is She the Wolf? (Season 1-Netflix Original)

September 4th: 

Call the Midwife (Season 12)

September 5th: 

Anchorman Movie Collection

Shane Gillis: Beautiful Dogs (Netflix Original)

September 6th: 

6ixtynin9 The Series (Season 1- Netflix Original) 

Infamy (Season 1- Netflix Original)

Predators (Limited Series- Netflix Original)

Reporting for Duty (Season 1- Netflix Original)

Scouts Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America (Netflix Original)

Tahir’s House (Season 1- Netflix Original)

September 7th:

Dear Child (Limited Series- Netflix Original )

GAMERA -Rebirth- (Season 1- Netflix Original )

Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight (Season 3- Netflix Original) 

The Swan Princess: A Fairytale Is Born (2023) 

Top Boy (Season 3 / Season 5-Netflix Original)

Virgin River (Season 5 – Part 1- Netflix Original)

What If (Netflix Original)

September 8th:

A Time Called You (Season 1- Netflix Original) 

Burning Body (Season 1- Netflix Original) 

Pokémon: To be a Pokémon Master: Ultimate Journeys: The Series (Part 1- Netflix Original)

Rosa Peral’s Tapes (Netflix Original)

Selling the OC (Season 2- Netflix Original)

Spy Ops (Season 1- Netflix Original)

September 12th:

Glow Up (Season 5- Netflix Original).

Michelle Wolf: It’s Great To Be Here (Limited Series- Netflix Original)

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

September 13th:

Freestyle (Netflix Original)

Tapie / Class Act (Season 1- Netflix Original)

Wrestlers (Season 1- Netflix Original) 

September 14th: 

Barbie – A Touch of Magic (Season 1) 

Di4ries (Season 2 – Part 1- Netflix Original)

Ehrengard: The Art of Seduction (Netflix Original)

Once Upon a Crime (Netflix Original)

Thursday’s Widows (Season – Netflix Original)

September 15th:

Ancient Aliens (Seasons 6-7)

Band of Brothers (Limited Series- HBO Original)

El Conde / The Count (Netflix Original)

Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons (Season 7-Netflix Original)

Intervention (Season 22) 

Love at First Sight (Netflix Original)

Miseducation (Season 1- Netflix Original) 

Surviving Summer (Season 2- Netflix Original) 

The Club (Season 2- Netflix Original) 

The Pacific (Limited Series- HBO Original) 

Wipeout (Part 1)

September 16th:

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016)

September 18th:

My Little Pony: Make Your Mark (Chapter 5- Netflix Original) 

September 19th:

Kountry Wayne: A Woman’s Prayer (Netflix Original)

The Saint of Second Chances (Netflix Original)

September 20th:

Hard Broken (Season 1- Netflix Original)

New Amsterdam (Season 5) 

September 21th:

Kengan Ashura (Season 2- Netflix Original) 

Scissor Seven (Season 4- Netflix Original)

Sex Education (Season 4- Netflix Original) 

September 22th:

How To Deal With a Heartbreak (Netflix Original)

Love is Blind (Season 5- Netflix Original)

Song of the Bandits (Season 1- Netflix Original)

Spy Kids: Armageddon (Netflix Original)

The Black Book (Netflix Original) 

September 25th:

Little Baby Bum: Music Time (Season 1- Netflix Original)

September 26th:

Storyteller (iOS and Google Play) Netflix Original Game 

Who Killed Jill Dando? (Netflix Original)

September 27th:

Encounters (Limited Series- Netflix Original)

Overhaul (Netflix Original)

The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (Netflix Original)

Street Flow 2 (Netflix Original)

September 28th:

Castlevania: Nocturne (Season 1- Netflix Original)

Love Is In The Air (Netflix Original)

The Darkness within La Luz del Mundo (Season 1- Netflix Original)

September 29th:

Choona (Season 1- Netflix Original) 

Do Not Disturb (Netflix Original)

NOWHERE (Netflix Original) 

Power Rangers: Cosmic Fury (Season 3- Netflix Original)

Awaiting Date:

Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso (Netflix Original) 

The Devil’s Plan (Season 1- Netflix Original)

Vasco Rossi: Living It (Netflix Original)

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Sammie is an undergraduate student at Arcadia University where she is majoring in English and creative writing and minoring in media and communications. Sammie enjoys writing about her favorite movies and tv shows and hopes to have a career in the media industry.

Matt Keyser is a recent graduate of Cal State Fullerton University with a bachelor's in Communications-Journalism. He is a freelance entertainment reporter with a focus on film and television. As a former senior programming coordinator for the Newport Beach Film Festival, Matt's experience with critiquing narratives and documentaries has helped showcase his passion for television and cinema through his writing.