First Have a look at What’s Coming to Netflix in September 2020

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Welcome to a particularly early have a look at what’s set to hit Netflix in america all through the month of September 2020. There are some glorious titles already lined up so let’s dive in!

If you wish to see a extra in-depth preview of the Netflix Originals due out in September 2020, you could find that preview being up to date constantly proper right here on What’s on Netflix. In the event you missed out on any of the August 2020 additions, we’re nonetheless updating that preview right here.

As all the time, hold a watch out on what’s leaving too with the primary removing set to be Christopher Robin so far.

Don’t overlook, Netflix has picked up and spaced out a bunch of licensed comedy reveals between August and October. Two of those reveals shall be arriving in September.


Full Checklist of What’s Coming to Netflix in September 2020

Be aware: this record solely applies to Netflix in america.

September Dates TBD

  • Enola Holmes (2020) N – British thriller movie primarily based on the novel starring Millie Bobbie Brown.
  • Mighty Categorical (Season 1) N – New animated sequence for kids from the creators of Paw Patrol.
  • The Duchess (Season 1) N – New sequence from comic Katherine Ryan.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 1st

  • Borgen (Seasons 1-3) – The superb Danish political thriller lastly joins Netflix forward of season Four due out on Netflix within the subsequent couple of years.

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  • Due Date (2010) – Todd Phillips directs this comedy starring Robert Downey Jr and Zach Galifianakis.
  • Felipe Esparza: Dangerous Selections / Malas Decisiones (2020) N – Two stand-up specials, one offered in English and one in Spanish.
  • Muppet’s Most Needed (2014) – Disney’s huge Muppet film starring Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell and Tina Fey.
  • Puss in Boots (2011) – Dreamworks spin-off of Puss in Boots who was an everyday in Shrek.
  • Sister Sister (A number of Seasons) – UPN basic 90s comedy sitcom sequence created by Kimm Bass and Gary Gilbert about twins separated at delivery.
  • The Smurfs (2011) – The live-action first reboot of the basic youngsters’s cartoon from Sony Footage.
  • Thomas & Associates (Season 24) – Extra animated adventures with Thomas the Tank Engine.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 4th

  • Away (Season 1) N – New sci-fi sequence that includes Hillary Swank.
  • I’m Pondering of Ending Issues (2020) N – Charlie Kaufman writes and directs this new drama tailored from the novel that includes Jesse Plemons.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September sixth

  • Undercover (Season 2) N – Dutch crime drama sequence that aired to gorgeous evaluations earlier within the yr.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 10th

  • Julie and the Phantoms (Season 1) N – Household musical sequence a few woman making an attempt to rebuild a teen boy band.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 11th

  • Household Enterprise (Season 2) N – French comedy a few household that’s on the high of their sport promoting grass.
  • Girlfriends (A number of Seasons) – Comedy sitcom sequence that follows 4 completely different girls.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 16th

  • The Satan All of the Time (2020) N – Full with a stellar solid together with Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson, this is among the greatest films to launch on Netflix this fall.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 17th

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  • Dragon’s Dogma (Season 1) N – New anime sequence primarily based on the online game franchise.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 18th

  • Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Season 1) N – Animated sequence from Dreamworks primarily based within the Jurassic Park IP.
  • Ratched (Season 1) N – The subsequent big Ryan Murphy mission that’s set to reboot the well-known Nurse Ratched first seen in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 29th

  • Welcome to Sudden Dying (2020) N – Sequel to the Sudden Dying film from 1995.

What’s going to you be watching on Netflix in September 2020? Tell us within the feedback.


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