Here's a personal list of the shows you should check out if you have a Netflix account.
Another heated season is added to the Netflix original show to make it its third season, raising the roof expectation. The new season is yet to follow Pablo Escobar as he maneuver his way around the legal system, escaping the grasps of the DEA. For more details, you'll probably have to watch the first two seasons to get what's happening (Amazon video also allows you to catch up).
This one is already out, released on September 1st.
Marvel’s The Defenders – Season 1
I previously wrote about this one here, and it was technically out in August, but it deserves some attention. Follows four heroes from the MCU, all based in New York. Luke Cage, the ex-cop and wrongly accused bulletproof man joins up with, privilege, kunfu fighting Iron fist, the mortal weapon. They are joined by the devil of Hell's kitchen, Daredevil/Matt Murdock and private investigator Jessica Jones.
Premiers August 18th
A docu-drama about the murder and racism faced by African Americans in the 90s on long island. It focuses on one young man (African American) that was murdered and the how the justice system is seen to fail his family. It gets deep, so caution for the fainthearted.
Premiers September 11th
For most us, we can be cordial with our partners exes but meeting them and being friends is something else. However, if that ex is somewhat of a social media star and is out to get you, that can make things a bit complicated. Staring Kate Walsh, Ann Winters and John Michael Higgins.
Out September 8th
First they killed my father
The trailer and talk of this has been out for a while. First they killed my father, directed by Angela Jolie, is a docu-drama based during the Khemer Rouge regime in Cambodia. The protagonist is a young, struggling, orphan 5year old girl who struggles everyday with survival throughout the regime. This show has promised to grip audiences from the very beginning as it narrates through the strength and courage of the little girl.
Premiers September 15th
The story is about siblings in a Californian boarding school that somehow gets involved in a mystery. Staring Jessica Amlee, Finn Roberts.
Premiers September 8th
Fuller house season 3
September 1987 saw the first episodes for Full house, that introduced the world to the Tanner family. 30 years later, the world will see the family again for the sequel.
The first half of the season premieres on September 22nd
Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World (2017)
The role of American Indians in modern music history is explored by filmmaker Catherine Bainbridge. In the documentary she digs into how critical the role native Americans musicians had played in pop culture, particularly in america. Bainbridge earned a Gemini Award for Best Direction in a Documentary Program and was nominated for a Gemini award for best documentary.
Based on the Stephen King's novel of the same name, Gerald's game wilk star Carla Guino and Bruce Greenwood as Jessie and Gerald. They story follows them as they take a vacation that takes an unexpected turn.
Premiers September 29th
Netflix says: Teenage friends find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of puberty in this edgy comedy from real-life pals Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg. Staring Maya Rudolph, Jordan Peele, Fred Armisen and Jenny slate as some of the voice actors.
Premiers on September 29
A sci-fi action movie about a war prisoner that is sent in a rescue mission on alien moon, but is left stranded.
Premiers September 23rd
Our Souls at Night
Netflix describes the movie as "Two widowed neighbours (Robert Redford, Jane Fonda) develop an unexpected relationship in their small Colorado town". Starting Robert Redford and Jane Fonda in the leading roles as Louis & Addie
Premiers September 29th
The following is the complete list of all shows hitting media stream service this September:
Netflix September 2017 shows and films
These are all shows added to Netflix this September. What other shows and films are you most excited to watch? Let us know in the comments.