Netflix Australia may have just deleted a stack of movies and TV shows, but there’s no need to cry into your beer just yet. In September, we’re getting approximately 70 new movies, TV shows and documentaries to binge on. Here’s the full list!
This month’s highlights include a new season of TERRACE HOUSE, serial killer flick In the Shadow of the Moon, the Mossad series The Spy and the intriguing sounding Criminal. There are some big releases on the third-party movie front too, including Aquaman, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and T2: Trainspotting.
You cam see a synopsis of each title and when it drops in the list below.
When Netflix originally launched in Australia, one of the chief selling points was its perpetual movie and TV library, with the service promising not to remove any content as it sought to build up a compelling library. Those halcyon days are now a distant memory. </p> <p>In August, Netflix dropped the guillotine on more than 60 titles, including some critically acclaimed gems and cult classics. And it hasn't finished yet - there's still another week of cuts to come.Read more
Netflix Series: September 2019
Moving Art: Season 3 (1 September)
Experience nature’s art as filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg highlights the beauty that lurks in oceans, forests, deserts and flowers.
The Deep: Season 2 (3 September)
The adventures of the Nekton family, a family of daring underwater explorers who live aboard a state-of-the-art submarine, The Aronnax, and explore uncharted areas of the earth’s oceans to unravel the mysteries of the deep.
The Spy (6 September)
In the 1960s, Israeli clerk-turned-secret agent Eli Cohen goes deep undercover inside Syria on a perilous, years-long mission to spy for Mossad.
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: Season 3 (6 September)
Now living and working in LA, Jack hopes to convince a reluctant Michael to move to the U.S. by showing him what the American West has to offer.
Elite: Season 2 (6 September)
In the wake of a classmate’s death, a student vanishes, allegiances shift, new friends join the drama, and dark secrets become too difficult to contain.
TERRACE HOUSE: TOKYO 2019-2020 (10 September)
Six strangers share a fabulous house in Tokyo, looking for love while living under the same roof. With no script, what happens next is all up to them.
The I-Land (12 September)
Wiped clean of memories and thrown together, a group of strangers fight to survive harsh realities — and the island that traps them.
BLACK LAGOON: Seasons 1 & 2 (13 September)
A Japanese businessman, captured by modern-day pirates, is written off and left for dead by his company. Tired of the corporate life, he opts to stick with the mercenaries that kidnapped him, becoming part of their gang.
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato (13 September)
Ikoma and the Iron Fortress take their fight to the battlegrounds of Unato, joining the alliance to reclaim the region from the kabane horde.
The Ranch: Part 7 (13 September)
While Colt tries to reconcile with Abby, Beau navigates the challenges of aging and Luke seeks his family’s forgiveness.
Unbelievable (13 September)
Based on real events, a teen reports and eventually recants her reported rape, while two female detectives, states away, investigate evidence that could reveal the truth.
Las del hockey (20 September)
The passionate members of a women’s roller-hockey team strive to keep their team afloat.
Criminal (20 September)
High-spirited Princess Bean walks through hell to save a friend, learns about a mystical destiny set for her, and helps restore her father’s kingdom.
Disenchantment: Part 2 (20 September)
Manjunath Kumar, fourteen, knows he is good at cricket – if not as good as his elder brother Radha. When Manju begins to get to know Radha’s great rival, a boy as privileged and confident as Manju is not, everything in Manju’s world begins to change and he is faced with decisions that will change both his sense of self and of the world around him.
Fastest Car: Season 2 (20 September)
Extremely expensive supercars take on massively modified undercover speed demons, including Hondas, Fords, Oldsmobiles and even a Mini Cooper.
Vis a vis: Season 4 (20 September)
A new director and a jailer-turned-inmate arrive at Cruz del Norte. Zulema is reunited with a long-lost relative, while Sole gets life-changing news.
Skylines (27 September)
In Frankfurt, a young and gifted hip-hop producer gets the chance of a lifetime when he signs with Skyline Records. But the worlds of music, organized crime and high finance collide when the label owner’s gangster brother returns from exile to claim his share.
The Politician (27 September)
Payton Hobart (Ben Platt), a wealthy student from Santa Barbara, California, has known since age seven that he’s going to be President of the United States. But first he’ll have to navigate the most treacherous political landscape of all: Saint Sebastian High School.
Bard of Blood (27 September)
Kabir Anand is settling into his new life as a Shakespeare professor in the remote mountains of Panchgani when a call from the PMO thrusts him back into the world he is trying to forget. A brilliant agent who served under the recently murdered Sadiq Sheikh, Kabir was expelled from RAW because of a disastrous mission in Balochistan ten years prior. Kabir must now revisit those ghosts, avenge his mentor and face his deadliest enemies back in Balochistan while racing against time to save both his country and his long lost love.
Tiny House Nation: Volume 2 (29 September)
Host John Weisbarth and expert Zack Giffin hit the road to meet aspiring tiny homeowners yearning to build small with maximum ingenuity and style.
Vagabond (Coming in September)
Vagabond is a story about a stuntman Cha Dal-geon, played by Lee Seung-gi, who gets involved in a tragic airplane crash and ends up discovering a national corruption scandal in the process. Bae Suzy plays Go Hae-ri, the oldest daughter of a deceased marine, who decides to work for the National Intelligence Service as a secret ops agent in order to support her mom and younger siblings, although all she wanted to do is to become a civil servant.
The Good Place: Season 4 (From 27 September)
The comedy about life, death and the afterlife returns for its fourth and final season.
Netflix Films: September 2019
Tall Girl (13 September)
Jodi (Ava Michelle) has always been the tallest girl in school — and she’s always been uncomfortable with it. After slouching her way through life for 16 years and being made fun of by classmates, Jodi meets Stig (Luke Eisner), a seemingly perfect Swedish foreign exchange student who’s even taller than she is.
Between Two Ferns: The Movie (20 September)
Zach Galifianakis dreamed of becoming a star. But when Will Ferrell discovered his public access TV show “Between Two Ferns” and uploaded it to Funny or Die, Zach became a viral laughing stock. Now Zach and his crew are taking a road trip to complete a series of high-profile celebrity interviews and restore his reputation. Directed by Scott Aukerman, BETWEEN TWO FERNS: THE MOVIE is a laugh-out-loud comedy that gives new insight into the curmudgeonly, beloved outsider Zach Galifianakis has created over the years.
In the Shadow of the Moon (27 September)
In 1988, Philadelphia police officer Thomas Lockhart (Boyd Holbrook), hungry to become a detective, begins tracking a serial killer who mysteriously resurfaces every nine years. But when the killer’s crimes begin to defy all scientific explanation, Locke’s obsession with finding the truth threatens to destroy his career, his family, and possibly his sanity.
Dirty Dancing (1 September)
Spending the summer at a Catskills resort with her family, Frances “Baby” Houseman falls in love with the camp’s dance instructor, Johnny Castle.
World War Z (1 September)
Former United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments, and threatening to destroy humanity itself.
Charlotte’s Web (1 September)
Wilbur the pig is scared of the end of the season, because he knows that come that time, he will end up on the dinner table. He hatches a plan with Charlotte, a spider that lives in his pen, to ensure that this will never happen.
Revolutionary Road (1 September)
A young couple living in a Connecticut suburb during the mid-1950s struggle to come to terms with their personal problems while trying to raise their two children.
The Core (1 September)
The only way to save Earth from catastrophe is to drill down to the core and set it spinning again.
Jack Reacher (1 September)
A homicide investigator digs deeper into a case involving a trained military sniper who shot five random victims.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (1 September)
The G.I. Joes are not only fighting their mortal enemy Cobra; they are forced to contend with threats from within the government that jeopardize their very existence.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: Season 1 (1 September)
Prequel to the 2009 film, with inventor boy Flint Lockwood and reporter girl Sam Sparks as best friends during high school.
Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club (1 September)
When five struggling single moms put aside their differences to form a support group, they find inspiration and laughter in their new sisterhood, and help each other overcome the obstacles that stand in their way.
Social Animals (1 September)
A childless, single, broke, stoner attempts to salvage her failing business and love life while falling in love for the first time with a married man.
Ghost Town (1 September)
Bertram Pincus is a man whose people skills leave much to be desired. When Pincus dies unexpectedly, but is miraculously revived after seven minutes, he wakes up to discover that he now has the annoying ability to see ghosts.
The Changeover (1 September)
Laura is drawn into a supernatural battle with an ancient spirit who threatens her family.
For the Birds (1 September)
A woman’s love for her pet ducks, chickens, geese, and turkeys – all 200 of them – ignites a battle with local animal rescuers and puts her marriage in jeopardy.
Hotel Transylvania 2 (3 September)
Dracula and his friends try to bring out the monster in his half human, half vampire grandson in order to keep Mavis from leaving the hotel.
The World We Make (4 September)
18 year old Lee (a spirited equestrian) and Jordan (an academic and football standout) are at the threshold of building a life together. But their character is tested when racial bias surfaces in their otherwise progressive small town.
Aquaman (5 September)
Arthur Curry, the human-born heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, goes on a quest to prevent a war between the worlds of ocean and land.
The Nut Job (7 September)
An incorrigibly self-serving exiled squirrel finds himself helping his former park brethren survive by raiding a nut store, a location that also happens to be a front for a human gang’s bank robbery.
Olympus Has Fallen (7 September)
Disgraced Secret Service agent (and former presidential guard) Mike Banning finds himself trapped inside the White House in the wake of a terrorist attack; using his inside knowledge, Banning works with national security to rescue the President from his kidnappers.
Our Godfather (10 September)
A feature-length documentary about Tommaso Buscetta, the first high-ranking Italian mafia boss ever to turn against Cosa Nostra. Buscetta helped convict more than 400 Mafiosi and became the Mob’s most wanted man in the world.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (13 September)
The second installment of the “Fantastic Beasts” series featuring the adventures of Magizoologist Newt Scamander.
Head Count (13 September)
A group of teenagers unknowingly summon a paranormal presence during their weekend trip to the Joshua Tree desert. This monster mimics their appearances to hide among them and seeks to separate them into groups of five to complete its deadly ritual.
T2: Trainspotting (14 September)
After 20 years abroad, Mark Renton returns to Scotland and reunites with his old friends Sick Boy, Spud, and Begbie.
War of the Worlds (15 September)
As Earth is invaded by alien tripod fighting machines, one family fights for survival.
Trouble with the Curve (15 September)
A daughter tries to remedy her dysfunctional relationship with her ailing father, a decorated baseball scout by helping him in a recruiting trip which could be his last.
War Dogs (15 September)
Loosely based on the true story of two young men, David Packouz and Efraim Diveroli, who won a three hundred million dollar contract from the Pentagon to arm America’s allies in Afghanistan.
Storks (15 September)
Storks have moved on from delivering babies to packages. But when an order for a baby appears, the best delivery stork must scramble to fix the error by delivering the baby.
The Tuxedo (15 September)
A hapless chauffeur must take a comatose Secret Agent’s place using his special gadget-laden tuxedo.
The Mask (15 September)
Bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss is transformed into a manic superhero when he wears a mysterious mask.
Under the Eiffel Tower (23 September)
Stuart is a having a mid-life crisis. Desperate for something more in life, he tags along on his best friend’s family vacation to Paris – then proposes to his friend’s 26-year-old daughter, Rosalind, while standing under the Eiffel Tower.
This is Personal (27 September)
The Women’s March mobilized millions of women to protest after the inauguration of President Trump. But working across ideologies to combat injustice has its challenges. Academy Award-nominated director Amy Berg takes an insider look at the struggle for intersectional activism among the Women’s March leadership.
Ingrid Goes West (28 September)
An unhinged social media stalker moves to LA and insinuates herself into the life of an Instagram star.
Daddy’s Home 2 (28 September)
Having finally gotten used to each other’s existence, Brad and Dusty must now deal with their intrusive fathers during the holidays.
Smurfs: The Lost Village (28 September)
In this fully animated, all-new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette and her friends Brainy, Clumsy, and Hefty on an exciting race through the Forbidden Forest, leading to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history.
A Champion Heart (30 September)
A man’s fight for what’s closest to his heart takes him face to face with death.
Netflix stand-up comedies and documentaries
Hip-Hop Evolution: Season 3 (6 September)
Tupac, Biggie, Lil’ Kim and Jay-Z blaze a trail into the ’90s as insiders sling the straight-up truth on the culture’s most iconic rappers and rhymes.
Bill Burr: Paper Tiger (10 September)
Stand-up comedian, actor, and podcaster, Bill Burr, delivers a scathing review on the state of the world in his new Netflix stand-up comedy special, Bill Burr: Paper Tiger. Filmed in front of a packed house at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England, Burr dives into Michelle Obama’s book tour, the problem with male feminists, his hang-ups on taking a bath, and why his personality is affecting his marriage.
Evelyn (10 September)
A man and his two siblings take an epic walk from Scotland to London to find peace and acceptance 12 years after their brother’s death by suicide.
The Mind, Explained (12 September)
From dreaming to anxiety disorders, discover what’s happening inside your brain with this illuminating documentary series.
Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea (13 September)
In this documentary, Chelsea Handler explores how white privilege impacts American culture — and the ways it’s benefited her own life and career.
The Chef Show: Volume 2 (13 September)
Cooking is a journey. And making a meal is about more than just food. It’s about appreciating friends, family and tradition. An opportunity to come together. To learn, to share and to celebrate different flavors, cultures and people.
Los Tigres del Norte at Folsom Prison (15 September)
On the 50th Anniversary of Johnny Cash’s famous prison concert, Los Tigres del Norte return to Folsom prison to tell stories through music.
Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates (20 September)
A new three-part documentary that explores the mind and motivations of celebrated tech visionary, business leader, and philanthropist Bill Gates. The series, in-depth and unfiltered in its depiction of a man’s life journey, both his triumphs and setbacks, offers unprecedented access to Gates as he pursues unique solutions to some of the world’s most complex problems with the same level of optimism, curiosity, and fervor that inspired his original vision for Microsoft. Interweaving these endeavors with personal moments, Inside Bill’s Brain draws on interviews with Bill and Melinda Gates in addition to their friends, family, and partners in philanthropy and business, creating an innovative and revealing portrait of a man who, after changing the world, might just change the way others see it.
Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself (24 September)
A new standup special from ventriloquist comedian Jeff Dunham.
Abstract: The Art of Design: Season 2 (25 September)
From Executive Producer Morgan Neville, Abstract, a Netflix original docu-series, takes you beyond blueprints and computers into the art and science of design, showcasing great designers from every discipline whose work shapes our world. Go inside the minds of the world’s greatest designers.
Birders (25 September)
Border walls are no barriers to birds — or the people on both sides fighting to protect them.
Explained: Season 2 (26 September)
The billionaire boom. Athleisure wear. The lure of cults. Explore current events and social trends with this compelling, celebrity-narrated series.
Mo Gilligan: Momentum (30 September)
Comedian Mo Gilligan blends smooth moves and sharp humor as he riffs on humble beginnings, family dynamics and the complex art of dancing in the club.
Netflix Kids and Anime
Modest Heroes – Ponoc Short Films Theatre (06 September)
Two underwater siblings surviving on their own. A boy with a serious egg allergy. A man invisible to the rest of society. Three short animated tales.
Archibald’s Next Big Thing (06 September)
Archibald is an extraordinary young chicken who lives in the moment and “yes-ands” his way through life. Inspired by the acclaimed children’s book.
The Last Kids on Earth (17 September)
When zombies and monsters invade his hometown, a scrappy boy teams up with his friends to survive the apocalypse. Based on the popular book series.
Team Kaylie (23 September)
After a brush with the law, teenage celebrity billionaire Kaylie Konrad is court-ordered to lead an inner-city wilderness club.
Dragons: Rescue Riders (27 September)
In the new Netflix original series, Hiccup and Toothless lead the Dragon Riders as they soar beyond the borders of Berk and discover the mysterious Dragon eye — an ancient artifact filled with secrets that will lead them to new lands filled with undiscovered dragons. But the heroes find themselves pursued by marauding dragonhunters, who will stop at nothing to seize the power of the Dragon Eye.
Sturgill Simpson Presents Sound & Fury (27 September)
In a desolate post-apocalyptic wasteland, a noble few wage war against their oppressors. The odds are stacked. But hope for a brighter future means that all is not yet lost?