Here Are The Best TV Shows And Movies Coming To Netflix In September 2018

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Summer is nearly over… and that means Pumpkin Spice Lattes, cosy sweaters, complaining about it being too cold (now that it’s no longer too hot), and lots of excuses to stay indoors and binge watch shows and movies on Netflix.

Of course, if you have been a dedicated binger all through the summer, you may need something new to watch, and Netflix is happy to oblige with plenty of new original series, Netflix films, and some old favorites this month.

Related: Netflix: 15 Best Movies (And One TV Show) Leaving In September

There really is something for everyone. Possibly too much -

15. Groundhog Day

The cover of the 15th anniversary Groundhog Day DVD

Some classic Bill Murray comedy is hitting the streaming service on the first of the month with Groundhog Day. This nineties comedy classic takes place over a single day… but a day that keeps repeating, time and time again! Only one weatherman is aware of the constant time loop in this romantic comedy, however. A must for classic rom-com fans who want something a little silly.

Arriving: September 1

14. Pearl Harbor

Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale in Pearl Harbor

Enjoy some old-school Ben Affleck goodness with this period romance set during World War II. A love triangle against the backdrop of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor makes for an intense drama, but be warned: this is not a short movie. At just over three hours, Pearl Harbor is a movie for one of those days where you don’t intend to leave the house at all.

Arriving: September 1

13. The Breakfast Club

Get your John Hughes on with The Breakfast Club, the iconic ‘80s movie that turned a Saturday detention into a journey of discovery. You’ll already know half the lines (and have probably quoted it at least once this year so far), you know exactly what to expect as the secrets of a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess and a criminal all start to come out, but that doesn’t mean that a re-watch isn’t worth every minute.

Arriving: September 1

12. The Emperor’s New Groove

This underappreciated Disney movie is a great choice for the whole family, but it’s not just the kids who will enjoy it. The story of a spoiled ruler who gets turned into a llama, and has to find his way home and defeat a sorceress with the help of a peasant, The Emperor’s New Groove is irreverent, breaks the fourth wall, and is packed with catchy tunes and quotable lines.

Arriving: September 2

11. Black Panther

Undoubtedly the biggest addition to the Netflix catalog this month is Marvel’s Black Panther. This addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe was one of the biggest hits of the year, and with good reason. It features all the usual superhero movie goodness, with great fight scenes and a new superhero on the rise, but it also opens up the landscape of Wakanda and brings black culture into the heart of the MCU.

Arriving: September 4

10. Iron Fist (Season 2)

Another Marvel addition to the streaming service this month is the second season of Iron Fist, part of the Marvel/Netflix Defenders series. Although the first season was definitely controversial and garnered plenty of criticism, fans can hope that the follow up is where Danny Rand (Finn Jones) really comes into his own and elevates Iron Fist to the level of the other shows in this universe.

Arriving: September 7

9. Sierra Burgess Is A Loser

Shannon Purser and Kristine Froseth in Sierra Burgess Is A Loser

Fans of Barb from Stranger Things will be thrilled to hear that actress Shannon Purser stars in this Netflix Original movie about teenage crushes and high school drama. Purser is the titular Sierra Burgess, an intelligent teen who seems to be utterly unconcerned about her popularity (or lack thereof)… but when she starts to text a boy who thinks she is one of the cool girls, she needs to reach out to the cheerleaders for help - and they both start to learn a little about how similar they really are.

Arriving: September 7

8. The Most Assassinated Woman In The World

The Most Assassinated Woman In The World

For movie fans who don’t mind subtitles, check out The Most Assassinated Woman In The World this September. From director Franck Ribiere, this film festival offering is set in Paris in the 1930s at the infamous Theatre Grand Guignol, and is noteworthy for it naturalistic horror performance from star Paula Maxa (Anna Mouglalis) - a woman who is murdered nightly on stage, and hides secrets of her own.

Arriving: September 7

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