New to Netflix September 2016: Narcos, Luke Cage and everything else that’s new this month
Netflix is the perfect way to while away the hours on a rainy day, a quiet evening or a hungover Sunday, when going outside would literally burn you alive like a vampire. No matter what you do, it’s on those days that Netflix feels like it’s never updating, always stagnant. We’ve all been there at least once; scrolling through Netflix‘s strange categories – “Witty British Comedies” is an entire genre now? – wondering what on earth we’re going to watch.
So, if you’ve seen all of Daredevil, binge-watched your way through House of Cards, Orange is the New Black and Stranger Things already – and you’re dealing with THAT Game of Thrones ending – Netflix’s monthly update is here to help.
New to Netflix in September:
Starting from 1 September Netflix is getting another monthly injection of titles to watch. This month’s update isn’t anywhere near as beefy as August’s, but there are still a couple of interesting additions to keep an eye out for.
I’d recommend keeping an eye out for Owen Wilson and Gene Hackman in 2001’s Behind Enemy Lines, Season 2 of Narcos, Season 3 of Chef’s Table and Marvel’s newest Netflix Original Luke Cage to round the month off.
Here’s everything coming to Netflix in September:
I Am The Ambassador
Behind Enemy Lines (Recommended)
Transformers: Robots in Disguise (season 1)
We’ll Never Have Paris
A Perfect Day
Narcos (season 2) (Recommended)
Kulipari: An Army of Frogs (season 1)
Chef’s Table: France (season 3) (Recommended)
Digimon Fusion (season 2)
Cedric’s Stand-Up 2016
Saneamento Básico, O Filme
Most Likely to Die
From Fat to Finish Line
Natural Born Pranksters
Cedric The Entertainer: Live from the Ville
The White Helmets
Easy (season 1)
Iliza Shlesinger: Confirmed Kills
Audrie & Daisy
VeggieTales in the House (season 4)
Marvel’s Luke Cage (Recommended)