September is upon us, and for Netflix subscribers, that means a stream of boosts is on the way! Like every month before it, September will kick off with a swarm of new movie additions on Netflix, followed by several weeks of anticipated original shows and movies. From comedy classics to new biographies, there are so many new titles heading to Netflix over the next month that it can be a bit difficult to sort them out.
You can click here to check out the full list of everything Netflix is adding in September, but if you’re looking for more guidance and fewer options overall, we’ve got you covered.
After perusing our list of newcomers, we’ve picked 10 of the best movies and TV shows making their way to Netflix next month, and there’s something for just about everyone.
Take a look at our picks below!
Austin Powers Trilogy (September 1)
Sure, it might be a little cheating to cover three movies at once, but who really cares? Mike Myers’ performance as Austin Powers and Dr. Evil made the Secret Agent satire trilogy a staple comedic force of the 2000s. While there are two jokes here and there that are not quite old, Austin powers He remains as funny as ever.
Blonde (September 28)
There is no way to know if Blonde It will actually be one of the best movies to hit Netflix in September, but it’s definitely the most talked about movie. Director Andrew Dominic’s Marilyn Monroe, starring Ana de Armas, has been at the center of a lot of conversation thanks to her NC-17 rating.
The Knight’s Tale (September 1)
Talk about a movie that gets better with each passing year. The story of a knight It’s a medieval movie well ahead of its time, full of modern needle drops and great jousting action. It also contains one of the best performances in Heath Ledger’s career.
Floor Is Lava: Season 3 (September 30)
The word is lava It is one of the most ridiculous and fun reality contests out there. Hosted by Ratledge Wood, the series sees teams compete in obstacle courses meant to simulate children’s imaginations, doing their best not to fall into lava (definitely not real).
Clueless (September 1)
What is there to say about him ignorant Who hasn’t been told already? An essential teen comedy that everyone should watch at least a dozen times in their life.
John Q (September 1)
Denzel Washington is one of the most loved and acclaimed actors of all time. He’s had so many great performances that some of his best finds a way to slip through the gaps. One of these performances come John Kthe story of a man who turns a hospital waiting room into a hostage situation in an attempt to get help to save his son.
This is the end (September 16)
When discussing the best comedies of the 2000s, it’s impossible not to talk about them this is the end. Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, Danny McBride, and many others portray clones of themselves created by online visualizations, as they do their best to survive the apocalypse.
A Clockwork Orange (September 1)
orange orange Not a movie for everyone at all. He’s a totally dark and deranged Kubrick, which is exactly why many movie fans consider him to be among the all-time greats.
If Bill Street Could Talk (September 1)
After winning the Best Picture award for moon lightBarry Jenkins brilliantly told another heartwarming story of love and life If Bill Street could talk. This didn’t get as much fanfare or initial viewing as moon light, but it is good and deserves the same amount of attention. As a bonus, you can see Brian Tyree Henry do more with one scene than most actors are able to do in their entire careers.
Cobra Kai: Season 5 (September 9)
Since moving from YouTube in 2020, karate Kid sequel series Cobra Kai It quickly became one of the most beloved original series on Netflix. The new season follows the fallout from the All-Valley Championship from Season 4, and Terry Silver’s hostile takeover of karate in the region.