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Netflix Coming and Going in September 2018

Another month passes by and more content will flood in and wash away from Netflix. The streaming service is constantly creating original content and gaining contracts to showcase popular films and television. Netflix is at a point where they are releasing originals like never before. Many are going to sweep in this September, but of course, this will come at a cost as some popular selections expire from the service. Usually, at the end of the month many users rush to watch whatever is leaving before it is too late. Unfortunately, some great hits are saying goodbye soon, but there is still time to squeeze one more viewing in before new content can be added to watch lists.

The good thing about September’s selections is that they absolutely balance out with what is expiring. One can soon watch hit films from this year such as Black Panther and A Wrinkle in Time. Classics such as The Breakfast Club, Lilo and Stitch (one of the best animated Disney films do not try to argue), and Scarface will also be joining. There is also a new original film starring Shannon Purser of Stranger ThingsSierra Burgess Is A Loser should satisfy those who wanted more than Purser’s short time as Barb. The list of all films along with their arrival dates can be viewed below.

Films

10,000 B.C. (9/1)
A Wrinkle in Time 
(9/25)
Another Cinderella Story 
(9/1)
Assassins 
(9/1)
August Rush 
(9/1)
Big Miracle 
(9/30)
Black Panther
 (9/4)
Bleach
 (9/14)
Boca Juniors Confidential
 (9/14)
Bruce Almighty
 (9/1)
City of Joy 
(9/7)
Click 
(9/7)
Delirium 
(9/1)
Fair Game
 (9/1)
Groundhog Day 
(9/1)
Hold the Dark
 (9/28)
King Kong
 (9/1)
Lilo & Stitch 
(9/2)
Martian Child
 (9/1)
Maynard
 (9/2)
Nacho Libre
 (9/1)
Nappily Ever After
 (9/21)
Next Gen 
(9/7)
On My Skin (9/12)
Pearl Harbor 
(9/1)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 
(9/25)
Role Models
 (9/16)
Scarface
 (9/1)
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World 
(9/16)
Sierra Burgess Is A Loser 
(9/7)
Spider-Man 3 
(9/1)
Stephanie 
(9/1)
Summer Catch 
(9/1)
Sydney White 
(9/1)
The 3rd Eye 
(9/28)
The Angel 
(9/14)
The Ant Bully 
(9/1)
The Breakfast Club 
(9/1)
The Cider House Rules 
(9/1)
The Emperor’s New Groove 
(9/2)
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy 
(9/1)
The Hurricane Heist 
(9/26)
The Keeping Hours 
(9/1)
The Land of Steady Habits 
(9/14)
The Most Assassinated Woman in the World 
(9/7)
The Resistance Banker 
(9/11)
The River Wild 
(9/1)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
 (9/1)
The Witch 
(9/17)
Two Catalonias 
(9/28)
Two Weeks Notice
 (9/1)
Unforgiven 
(9/1)

There is a really heavy load of television programming coming soon so one should prepare their binge schedules accordingly. Many are steadily anticipating the new seasons of Netflix’s Iron Fist and BoJack Horseman. Will they live up to the hype and not disappoint those who stuck through previous seasons? Even more exciting is The Dragon Prince, a new animated magic centered series from the creators of the critically acclaimed Avatar: The Last Airbender. The list of all incoming television programming along with their arrival dates can be seen below followed by some enticing trailers.

Television

A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities (9/3)
American Horror Story: Cult 
(9/18)
American Vandal
: Season 2 (9/14)
Atypical
: Season 2 (9/7)
Battlefish
 (9/21)
Blacklist
: Season 5 (9/12)
BoJack Horseman
: Season 5 (9/14)
Cable Girls
: Season 3 (9/7)
Call the Midwife
: Series 7 (9/10)
Car Masters: Rust to Riches
 (9/14)
Chef’s Table
: Volume 5 (9/28)
D.L. Hughley: Contrarian 
(9/18)
Daniel Sloss: Live Shows
 (9/11)
DRAGON PILOT: Hisone & Masotan 
(9/21)
El Marginal
: Season 2 (9/28)
First and Last
 (9/7)
Forest of Piano
 (9/28)
Hilda
 (9/21)
Ingobernable
: Season 2 (9/14)
Inside The Freemasons
: Season 1 (9/15)
Iron Fist
: Season 2 (9/7)
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father
: Season 2 (9/28)
La Catedral del Mar 
(9/1)
LAST HOPE
 (9/14)
Lessons From A School Shooting: Notes from Dunblane
 (9/28)
Life 
(9/12)
Lost Song
 (9/28)
Made in Mexico 
(9/28)
Maniac
: Limited Series (9/21)
Monkey Twins
 (9/1)
Mr. Sunshine
 (9/1)
Norm Macdonald has a Show 
(9/14)
Norsemen
: Season 2 (9/26)
Once Upon a Time
: Season 7 (9/6)
Quantico
: Season 3 (9/2)
Quincy 
(9/21)
Reboot: The Guardian Code
: Season 2 (9/28)
Sisters
 (9/1)
Skylanders Academy
: Season 3 (9/28)
Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters
: Season 2 (9/7)
Super Monsters Monster Party: Songs 
(9/14)
The Dragon Prince 
(9/14)
The Good Cop
 (9/21)
The Walking Dead
: Season 8 (9/23)
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
: Season 2 Part A (9/14)
Van Helsing
: Season 2 (9/5)
Wentworth
: Season 6 (9/5)

Now for a moment of silence for what will be expiring. Yes, both Batman Begins and The Dark Knight are saying goodbye. Tragic, but one should have surely seen those movies by now. One should try to catch the thrilling drama Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead before it leaves. One of the great films of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. The Descent is also a popular horror film that will be expiring. It has gathered quite the fan base; it is never too late to join the hype. The list of all expiring content along with their departure dates can be viewed below.

Leaving

13 Going on 30 (9/1)
A Royal Night Out 
(9/1)
A Star Is Born 
(9/15)
Are You Here 
(9/16)
Batman Begins 
(9/1)
Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead 
(9/15)
Bordertown 
(9/15)
Casino 
(9/1)
Dead Poets Society (9/1)
Exporting Raymond
 (9/1)
Forgetting Sarah Marshall 
(9/1)
Ghostbusters 
(9/1)
Hachi: A Dog’s Tale 
(9/1)
Hotel for Dogs 
(9/1)
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry 
(9/1)
Iris 
(9/24)
It Might Get Loud 
(9/1)
Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie 
(9/16)
Joyful Noise 
(9/1)
Just Friends
 (9/1)
Lockup: County Jails: Collection 1 
(9/1)
Man on Wire 
(9/1)
Moonrise Kingdom
 (9/16)
Outsourced
 (9/2)
Pete’s Dragon (9/14)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest 
(9/1)
Rules of Engagement: 
Seasons 1 – 7 (9/11)
Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild 
(9/1)
The Assets 
(9/1)
The Bucket List 
(9/1)
The Dark Knight 
(9/1)
The Descent 
(9/1)
The Descent: Part 2 
(9/1)
The Imitation Game 
(9/28)
Waffle Street 
(9/2)

What will you be adding to your watch lists this September? Are you dissatisfied with the content that will be sadly leaving? Let us know on our social media and stay tuned for more updates on everything Netflix!

Source: Mashable

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