The 6 TV shows coming to Netflix in September that are worth watching
Did you think summer was overwhelming for your binge-watching queue? September is packed with must-watch television on Netflix, so it's time to make room for a slew of new shows and seasons.Thankfully, we studied the list of what's to come in September and picked what you should watch or catch up on. This month exclusively features Netflix originals.
Here's the 6 shows (and one original movie) dropping on Netflix in September that we recommend:
- "Marvel's Iron Fist": Season 2 (September 7). Season one got trashed by critics and audiences, but it's worth checking out. It could have turned things around after the criticism, or it could still be a disaster.
- "Sierra Burgess is a Loser": Netflix original film (September 7). This teen movie stars Barb from "Stranger Things," and she won't die after saying three sentences.
- "BoJack Horseman": Season 5 (September 14). Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has said that this is his favorite show. Outside of that, it actually is one of Netflix's best original shows and gets better and better with each season.
- "American Vandal": Season 2 (September 14). Season two is all about a high school that is haunted by a person who is poisoning people with laxatives - so do with that what you will.
- "Maniac": Limited Series (September 21). This show won't be for everyone, but it looks unlike anything else visually.
- "The Good Cop": Season 1 (September 21). A father/son cop dramadey starring Tony Danza and soft rock singer Josh Groban? This could be a nightmare but it could also be perfect.
- "Made in Mexico": Season 1 (September 28). This show is basically Real Housewives but instead follows Mexico's elite. It's gotten some buzz, and it will be interesting how that style of reality series works in a Mexican setting.
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