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Netflix‘s September slate brings heaping gobs of original content—documentaries, standup, series, movies, kids’ programming. It also brings American Vandal season 2, rom-com Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, and Norm Macdonald’s new talk show.

Check out the full listings below.

What’s new on Netflix: Editor’s picks

The Innocents

The Innocents is a unique combination of Scandinavian mystery thriller and teen paranormal romance, starring a 16-year-old girl who discovers she has dangerous shapeshifting powers. Stylishly shot and cleverly written, it’s great for teens and adults alike. One of Netflix’s best. —Gavia Baker-Whitelaw

Calibre

A python has never choked me out, but I imagine watching Netflix’s Calibre is a reasonable approximation. The movie starts with hedonistic bachelor Marcus (Martin McCann) and nebbish father-to-be Vaughn (Jack Lowden) getting away for a weekend hunting trip in the Scottish Highlands. When you have a person reticent to shoot a gun prodded along by someone excited to shoot, well, bad things tend to happen. Writer and director Matt Palmer shows restraint throughout by keeping the story tightly contained, making Calibre a thrilling descent into darkness. —Eddie Strait

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The Comedy Lineup

Netflix continues shifting the sands of the hourglass with The Comedy Lineup, which sees 15-minute sets from eight comedians: Michelle Buteau, Sabrina Jalees, Tim Dillon, Jak Knight, Ian Karmel, Taylor Tomlinson, Phil Wang, and Sam Jay. The program feels more timely than many hourlong specials, and with four women on the lineup, there is more pronounced commentary on sexual assault and Me Too. Michelle Buteau assures men that “nobody wants to see your dick,” while Sabrina Jalees addresses the predator purge via a squirrel analogy. Karmel gets especially meta when he challenges one idea about the structure of a comedy show, telling the audience that he knows a set has to end with some “really big joke” because that’s the “social contract” we’ve all entered into. But is that really what you want? —Audra Schroeder

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What’s new on Netflix in September 2018

Sept. 1

10,000 B.C.
Another Cinderella Story
Assassins
August Rush
Bruce Almighty
Delirium
Fair Game
Groundhog Day
King Kong
La Catedral del MarNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Martian Child
Monkey TwinsNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Mr. SunshineNETFLIX ORIGINAL  (Streaming Every Saturday)
Nacho Libre
Pearl Harbor
Scarface
SistersNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Spider-Man 3
Stephanie
Summer Catch
Sydney White
The Ant Bully
The Breakfast Club
The Cider House Rules
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
The Keeping Hours
The River Wild
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
Two Weeks Notice
Unforgiven

Sept. 2

Disney’s Lilo & Stitch

Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove
Maynard
Quantico: Season 3

Sept. 3

A Taiwanese Tale of Two CitiesNETFLIX ORIGINAL

Sept. 4

Marvel Studios’ Black Panther 

Sept. 5

Van Helsing: Season 2
Wentworth: Season 6

Sept. 6

Once Upon a Time: Season 7

Sept. 7

Atypical: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Cable Girls: Season 3NETFLIX ORIGINAL
City of JoyNETFLIX ORIGINAL
First and LastNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel’s Iron Fist: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Next GenNETFLIX FILM
Sierra Burgess Is a LoserNETFLIX FILM
Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Most Assassinated Woman in the WorldNETFLIX FILM

Sept. 10

Call the Midwife: Series 7

Sept. 11

Daniel Sloss: Live ShowsNETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Resistance BankerNETFLIX FILM

Sept. 12

Blacklist: Season 5
LifeNETFLIX ORIGINAL
On My SkinNETFLIX FILM

Sept. 14

American Vandal: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
BleachNETFLIX FILM
Boca Juniors ConfidentialNETFLIX ORIGINAL
BoJack Horseman: Season 5NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Car Masters: Rust to RichesNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Ingobernable: Season 2 NETFLIX ORIGINAL
LAST HOPENETFLIX ORIGINAL
Norm Macdonald Has a ShowNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Super Monsters Monster Party: SongsNETFLIX ORIGINAL
The AngelNETFLIX FILM
The Dragon PrinceNETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Land of Steady HabitsNETFLIX FILM
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes: Season 2 Part ANETFLIX ORIGINAL

Sept. 15

Inside The Freemasons: Season 1

Sept. 16

Role Models
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Sept. 17

The Witch

Sept. 18

American Horror Story: Cult
D.L. Hughley: ContrarianNETFLIX ORIGINAL

Sept. 21

BattlefishNETFLIX ORIGINAL
DRAGON PILOT: Hisone & MasotanNETFLIX ORIGINAL
HildaNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Maniac: Limited SeriesNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Nappily Ever AfterNETFLIX FILM
QuincyNETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Good CopNETFLIX ORIGINAL

Sept. 23

The Walking Dead: Season 8

Sept. 25

Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Sept. 26

Norsemen: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Hurricane Heist

Sept. 28

Chef’s Table: Volume 5NETFLIX ORIGINAL
El Marginal: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Forest of PianoNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Hold the DarkNETFLIX FILM
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Lessons From A School Shooting: Notes from DunblaneNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Lost SongNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Made in MexicoNETFLIX ORIGINAL
Reboot: The Guardian Code: Season 2NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Skylanders Academy: Season 3NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The 3rd EyeNETFLIX FILM
Two CataloniasNETFLIX FILM

Sept. 30

Big Miracle

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Sept. 1

13 Going on 30
A Royal Night Out
Batman Begins
Casino
Dead Poets Society
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
Exporting Raymond
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Ghostbusters
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
Hotel for Dogs
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
It Might Get Loud
Joyful Noise
Just Friends
Lockup: County Jails: Collection 1
Man on Wire
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
The Assets
The Bucket List
The Dark Knight
The Descent
The Descent: Part 2

Sept. 2

Outsourced

Waffle Street

Sept. 11

Rules of Engagement: Seasons 1 – 7

Sept. 14

Disney’s Pete’s Dragon

Sept. 15

A Star Is Born
Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead
Bordertown

Sept. 16

Are You Here
Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie
Moonrise Kingdom

Sept. 24

Iris

Sept. 28

The Imitation Game

 

Still not sure what to watch tonight? Here are our guides for the absolute best movies on Netflix, must-see Netflix original series, documentaries, docuseries, and movies.

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This article is regularly updated for relevance.

Ramon Ramirez

Ramon Ramirez

Ramon Ramirez is the Upstream editor, and his work has appeared in the Washington Post, Grantland, Washington City Paper, Austin American-Statesman, and Austin Monitor.

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