New on Netflix in September: ‘Nappily Ever After’, ‘Maniac’ & More
Check out what landed on Netflix in September. From returning originals like Iron Fist, and Cable Girls to limited series, Maniac starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill and a new show, A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities, Netflix has a packed line-up for the month.
Also hitting the streaming service are anticipated films, Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, starring Shannon Purser (Barb of Stranger Things fame) and Nappily Ever After among others. Here’s the guide to your September Netflix binge.
La Catedral del Mar
In 14th-century Barcelona, a serf's determined climb to wealth and freedom incurs the disdain of the noble class and the suspicion of the Inquisition.
A young boy who ends up in the U.S. after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo incident returns to Korea at a historical turning point and falls for a noblewoman.
Both titled will be available for streaming from 1 September.
A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities: Season 1
Two brainy beauty queens -- same heritage, on separate coasts -- and one fateful decision that soon links their paths.
Available for streaming from 3 September.
Atypical: Season 2
While Elsa and Doug face the aftermath of their marriage crisis and Casey tries to adjust to her new school, Sam prepares for life after graduation.
Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2
With the defeat of the Hand, Chinatown is left vulnerable to turf wars, and Danny must protect the streets of New York.
A friendship with a top-secret robot turns a lonely girl's life into a thrilling adventure as they take on bullies, evil bots and a scheming madman.
Hold the Dark
Summoned to a remote Alaskan village to search for wolves that took a local boy, a naturalist soon finds himself caught in a harrowing mystery.
Sierra Burgess Is A Loser
Smart high school girl Sierra teams up with a more popular girl hoping to win over her crush. Starring Shannon Purser (Barb on "Stranger Things").
Cable Girls: Season 3
After a tragedy, Lidia fights passionately for her family, Carlota finds her voice, Ángeles goes undercover and Marga reveals a talent for accounting.
First and Last
Filmmakers go inside Georgia's Gwinnett County Jail to capture two days that define an inmate's experience: the first and last.
The Most Assassinated Woman in the World
In 1930s Paris, an actress famous for her gory death scenes at the Grand Guignol Theater contends with a mysterious stalker and ghosts from her past.
The titles will be available for streaming from 7 September.
Daniel Sloss: Live Shows
The dark mind of Daniel Sloss is back, and he’s ready to find the funny in some very taboo topics, from the deeply personal to the highly irreverent.
Available for streaming from 11 September.
BoJack Horseman: Season 5
BoJack's back on screen as the star of "Philbert," a new detective series produced by Princess Carolyn. But his demons are out in full force.
American Vandal: Season 2
In the wake of the first documentary's success, Peter and Sam seek a new case and settle on a stomach-churning mystery at a Washington high school.
Norm Macdonald has a Show
Comedian Norm Macdonald hosts this talk show with celebrity guests, unexpected conversation and a behind-the-scenes view into Norm's world.
The life and career of legendary music producer Quincy Jones are traced in this biographical documentary directed by his daughter, Rashida Jones.
Available for streaming from 14 September.
Maniac: Limited Series
Two strangers find themselves caught up in a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial gone awry. Starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill.
The Good Cop
Honest cop Tony Jr. gets advice from his unscrupulous father, retired NYPD officer Tony Sr., about everything from his job to his love life.
Nappily Ever After
Violet has it all: the perfect job, the perfect relationship and the perfect hair. Until she doesn't. What happens when being perfect isn't enough?
Available for streaming from 21 September.
Chef's Table: Volume 5
This season, meet four innovative chefs who are shaking up the food culture in Philadelphia, Istanbul, Bangkok and Barcelona.
Available for streaming from 28 September.