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All the TV shows coming to Netflix this September

We’ve compiled all the TV shows available to binge during September on Netflix to watch while hiding from the seasons changing.

All the TV shows coming to Netflix this September

September is such a magical time of year. The trees turn, brightly colored school supplies decorate the shelves of stores across the country, sugary Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Lattes make their triumphant return, and people start to give serious consideration to Halloween costume plans. Above it all looms the spectre of Disney Plus like a demon that manifests only when you say its name. 

Before Disney permanently changes our media landscape, Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and Amazon still have a few new offerings to provide. Drama, comedy, documentaries – it’s all here, and it’s all bingeable . . . and way better than wandering around looking at some dumb trees or going to the store to purchase some dumb school supplies.

We’ve compiled all the TV shows available to binge during September on Netflix to watch while hiding from the seasons changing.

September 1st

LooLoo Kids: Johny & Friends Musical Adventures S1

Johny and friends taking you on an adventure through music! Get everyone in the family moving and singing along with this bright and colourful new show.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S6

A team built of agents explores strange occurrences around the world. Another season to bring us excitement, danger and Marvel to our homes – can’t wait to see what’s in store. 

Moving Art S3

Prepare to be taken on a journey showing Earth’s beauty in another season of Louie Schwartzberg’s Moving Art. It hypnotizes and captures the attention of all who are interested in the beauty of Mother Nature. 

Scream: The TV Series Season 3 (2019)

Based on the thrilling film franchise, the show follows a group of teenagers being chased and hunted by a masked psychopath. With twists & turns, mystery, and even some comedy, this season may be its best yet (or could leave us screaming).

Serial Killer with Piers Morgan S1 (2017)

Piers Morgan interviews convicted serial killers and tries to uncover exactly what their motives were, but also just how dark their own stories really are.

The Walking Dead S9

Another season of TWD shows just how humanity will survive in a post-apocalyptic world.

September 10th

Shameless S9 (2011 – )

During this season we say goodbye to Fiona Gallagher, but are still able to laugh, cry, and see a whole lot of Gallaghers. Politics is the word during this ninth season – and they’re all battling their own inner demons.

September 13th

I’m Sorry S2 (2017 – )

A mom, wife, and comedic writer navigates live, all while also being hilarious. 

September 15th

Surviving R. Kelly S1 (2019)

When the world is celebrating your music, you can feel on top of the world – but when the truth and lies are exposed, R. Kelly and his career may reach the breaking point as secrets reach the surface from survivors and past friends of the music producer.

September 24th

American Horror Story: Apocalypse (2018)

This series is as horrifying as ever, with collaborators and characters loved and feared from past seasons making an appearance. With the world around them destroyed by a nuclear war, everyone is fighting for survival.

September 27th

Locked Up S4 (2015 – 2019)

Falling in love can get messy – but when your lover frames you for a crime you didn’t commit, you find yourself Locked Up

September 30th

Gotham S5 (2014 – 2019)

A prequel to many an adaptation of the legendary Dark Knight. Set in DC’s most infamous city, Gotham is as dangerous as ever as Jim Gordon has to fight off infamous adversaries.

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September 6th

Archibald’s Next Big Thing (2019)

Based on a children’s book, this animated family series focuses on Archibald the chicken and the crazy adventures he goes on. It will be an instant favorite for you and your children.

Elite S2 (2018 – )

After the events of S1, we’re greeted by another compelling mystery and new characters. We hope this second season will keep us as intrigued as the first.

Hip-Hop Evolution S3 (2016 – )

A show highlighting the beginning of hip-hop and how it has evolved into what it is today. Featuring interviews from artists and legendary MCs while visiting iconic landmarks and neighborhoods.

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father S3 (2017 – )

British comedian Jack Whitehall hits the road again with his father and we’re in for another uproarious season. Two generations embarking on the same wild adventure can only cause hilarious results.

The Spy (2019 – )

Starring Sacha Baron Cohen, this Netflix dramatic series focuses on the life of Israeli spy Eli Cohen as he goes deep undercover inside Syria.

September 10th

Bill Burr: Paper Tiger (2019)

This comedy special features witty Bill Burr discussing the world around us all while making us howl with laughter.

Terrace House: Tokyo (2019 – 2020)

Six strangers, all sharing the same house and all looking for love with the most superficial yet addictive melodrama you can imagine.

Evelyn (2019)

This documentary follows the heartbreaking story of a family trying to heal from the death of a brother as they set out across the UK in an attempt to help themselves and heal their hearts.

September 12th

The I-Land (2019 – )

A group of people wake up on a mysterious island with no memory. The world around them is not what it seems and they have to do whatever it takes in order to survive.

The Mind, Explained (2019 – )

Narrated by Emma Stone, this series focuses on the mind and everything that goes on inside, exploring how the magnificent organ works and what exactly makes us tick. Considering the incomplete state of mainstream physics and neuroscience, you’ll want to take any conclusions with a grain of salt, however.

September 13th

The Chef Show Volume 2 (2019 – )

Collaborating with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, Chef Roy Choi and Jon Favreau reunite after the release of Chef (2014) to travel, cook, and experience different cultures and flavors.

The Ranch Part 7 (2016 – )

Ashton Kutcher stars in this sitcom following the story of a man returning home from a football career to help run the family ranching business.

Unbelievable (2019 – )

A true story about a girl who is accused of lying about her rape and how two female detectives go on a mission to uncover the truth about what really happened.

Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea (2019)

Chelsea Handler brings us a documentary exploring “white privilege” and what exactly that means in today’s world – but also what it means for those who don’t fit under the criterion.

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato (2016) 

A sudden rise in undead monsters threatens mankind’s very existence. The only way to rid the world of these monsters is to pierce them through the heart. 

September 15th

Los Tigres del Norte at Folsom Prison (2019)

Paying homage to Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues”, this documentary pays tribute to Cash’s concert in 1968 with the attempt in raising awareness of its shifting population.

September 17th

The Last Kids on Earth (2019 – )

Animated family series. A monster apocalypse leaves Jack and a group of his friends in a tree house, fighting off zombies and adapting to the aftermath of the apocalypse. Don’t you hate when that happens?

September 20th

Criminal (2019)

A police interrogation series set in a variety of locations, one of which is the UK and stars David Tennant. Each episode takes place somewhere different and features a cat-and-mouse chase between the officers and the criminal.

Disenchantment: Part 2 (2018 – )

Matt Groening is back to his comedic stylings with a medieval flair. Princess Tiabeanie “Bean” is a drunk and a rule-breaker, her friends the demon Luci and Elfo the elf. With the events of the last season still breaking hearts, this season promises to be as exciting and dangerous as ever.

Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates (2019)

Bill Gates, the mastermind behind Microsoft: this documentary purports to show us exactly how someone of his caliber thinks, along with his apparent mission to solve the world’s most complex questions. Not sure we’re buying it, Bill. See you on the flipside aboard Jeffrey Epstein’s plane.

Fastest Car S2 (2018 – )

When supercars and sleeper cars go head to head – sounds like a recipe for disaster. Aptly named Fastest Car’s drag races will have you on the edge of your seat and rooting for the underdogs.

The Hockey Girls/Les de l’hoquei (2019 – )

A team of seven young roller hockey players and their new coach tackle life outside of hockey and fight to save the female section of Club Pati Minerva. 

September 23rd

Team Kaylie (2019 – )

Teen celebrity Kaylie must now embark on a new adventure: a court-ordered middle school wilderness club. Swapping glamor for the wild? Classic fish out of water scenario in our opinion.

September 24th

Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself (2019)

Jeff Dunham returns to Netflix with his comedic stylings featuring much loved characters Walter, Peanut, José Jalapeño, and Achmed. Hitting the stage for a comedy special filmed in Dallas.

September 25th

Birders (2019)

On both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, birdwatchers are on a mission to protect and preserve some of the world’s most beautiful species of bird.

Abstract: The Art of Design S2 (2017 – )

A look into some of the world’s greatest contemporary designers and how they interpret the world around us.

Glitch S3 (2015 – )

When you wake up in a cemetery with no recollection of how you died, six people go on a mission to see how and why they ended up where they did.

El Recluso (The Inmate) (2018 – )

The hunt for an American politician’s daughter leads an American special ops officer to infiltrate one of Mexico’s toughest prisons.

September 26th

Explained S2 (2018 – )

Docuseries Explained explores current events and big questions being asked today that remained unanswered. 

September 27th

Bard of Blood (2019 – )

An excommunicated spy, an analyst, and sleeper agent all go on a covert mission when four Indian spies are captured.

Dragons: Rescue Riders (2019 – )

Another series from the How to Train Your Dragon franchise, a fun family animation. Twins Dak and Leyla spend their days rescuing dragons in their small town.

El Marginal S3 (2016 – )

A man is sent on a mission to find a kidnapper all due to a favor being owed. Once he is in the prison, it’s every man for himself and he has to do whatever it takes to survive and pay his debts.

The Politician (2019 – )

Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Jessica Lange are among the cast for yet another Ryan Murphy show. Focused on becoming President of the United States, Payton must navigate the treacherous halls of high school. No spoilers; all we’ll say is maybe Ryan needs to pull back his production schedule and go back to basics a bit.

Skylines (2019 – )

After a wild night out, Terry discovers he’s only one of the few people left on earth. With no clue why or how, he’s on a mission to discover exactly that.

September 30th

Mo Gilligan: Momentum (2019)

Comedian Mo Gilligan returns to the stage with hilarious sharp humor featuring tales from his humble beginnings and his life leading up to the present day.

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Rianna is an honest writer with a sense of humour and a keen eye for detail. She is a recent graduate with a lot of love for all things film & TV. When's she's not bingewatchinging the latest show, she sings along to music and travels – sometimes simultaneously.

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