Netflix Brings New Movies and Shows in September

Summer may be coming to an end, but thanks to Netflix, you’ve got tons of reasons to get excited about September. The list of movies and TV shows that’ll be streaming when the calendar turns has officially arrived. What should you put on your weekend binge-watching agenda? Let’s take a look.

If you’re feeling nostalgic for your childhood,Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is hitting the ‘flix on September 1. Remember those beautiful days in the neighborhood and trips to the Land of Make-Believe? Thanks to Netflix, you can take another.

Later on in the month, you can catch up on the dark and gritty first season of Gotham before season 2 premieres. Some other great seasons of TV are also hitting Netflix this September, including The Walking Dead season 5, Parenthood‘s sixth and final season, and The Fostersseason 3.

See the complete list of streaming goodness coming your way this September right here.

  • 72 Dangerous Animals: Australia Season 1(2014)
    NatGeo Wild prowls the outback for the most dangerous creature in Australia.
    Available September 1
  • Arthur: Season 17 (2013)
    The adventurous aardvark and his pals are back.
    Available September 1
  • Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014)
    The Punisher uncovers a terrorist plot being coordinated by the Leviathan group.
    Available September 1
  • Battle Creek: Season 1 (2015)
    Vince Gilligan actually wrote this show before Breaking Bad, but the script lay dormant while he worked on his meth-making masterpiece. After BB ended, he developed this odd couple detective drama, which aired on CBS in spring 2015.
    Available September 1
  • Battle Creek: Season 1 (2015)
    Vince Gilligan actually wrote this show before Breaking Bad, but the script lay dormant while he worked on his meth-making masterpiece. After BB ended, he developed this odd couple detective drama, which aired on CBS in spring 2015.
    Available September 1
  • Capital C (2014)
    Three creators use crowdfunding to pursue their dreams and get their projects off the ground.
    Available September 1
  • Combustion (2013)
    A street racer (Alberto Ammann) uses his girlfriend (Adriana Ugarte) to scam the rich, but they get in over their heads when they plan a jewelry store heist.
    Available September 1
  • Da Jammies: Season 1 (2015)
    Five tweens at a performing arts middle school create a hip-hop and R&B group.
    Available September 1
  • Divorce Corp. (2014)
    The United States’ family courts and laws are under investigation in this documentary.
    Available September 1
  • Giggle and Hoot’s Best Ever! (2014)
    Best friends Jimmy Giggle and Hoot have fun adventures. They’re — wait for it — a total hoot.
    Available September 1
  • Hamlet (1990)
    Heather: It’s just like Hamlet said, “To thine own self be true.”
    Cher: Hamlet didn’t say that.
    Heather: I think I remember Hamletaccurately.
    Cher: Well, I remember Mel Gibson accurately, and he didn’t say that. That Polonius guy did.
    Available September 1
  • Hardball (2001)
    Ticket scalper and gambler Conor (Keanu Reeves) agrees to coach a Little League baseball team from a Chicago housing project to square his debts.
    Available September 1
  • Heather McDonald: I Don’t Mean To Brag(2014)
    Comedian Heather McDonald talks about balancing fame and family.
    Available September 1
  • Lawrence of Arabia: Restored Version (1962)
    The epic tale of T.E. Lawrence, who helped unite Arab tribes against the Turks in World War I.
    Available September 1
  • Los Hombres También Lloran: Season 1(2015)
    This Colombian telenovela follows a doctor named Javier (Guillermo García), whose amazing career, wife (Carolina Gómez), and home are ripped away from him one day.
    Available September 1
  • Masters of the Universe (1987)
    The live-action film spawned by the ‘80s action figures features Dolph Lundgren as He-Man, Frank Langella as Skeletor and Meg Foster as Evil-Lyn.
    Available September 1
  • Rambo: First Blood (1982)
    Machine guns, muscles, and Stallone.
    Available September 1
  • Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985)
    This sequel offer even more machine guns, muscles, and Stallone.
    Available September 1
  • Rambo III: Ultimate Edition (1988)
    Even though this is called the “Ultimate Edition,” there are actually two more Rambo movies. The final two aren’t coming to Netflix this September, though. Oh well.
    Available September 1
  • The Adventures of Sharkboy & Lavagirl(2005)
    A 10-year-old loner’s (Cayden Boyd) imaginary friends Sharkboy (Taylor Lautner) and Lavagirl (Taylor Dooley) recruit him to defeat a villain called Mr. Electric (George Lopez).
    Available September 1
  • The Monster Squad (1987)
    Picture “The Monster Mash” in live-action movie form and what do you get? This often overlooked horror comedy.
    Available September 1
  • Up in the Air (2009)
    Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) flies around the country, laying people off so companies don’t have to. He’s forced to pair up with newbie Natalie Keener (Anna Kendrick) — who could take over his job — and he realizes his lack of ties to anything in life is more of a problem than he’s ready to admit.
    Available September 1
  • Zathura (2005)
    Two boys (Josh Hutcherson and Jonah Bobo) left in the care of their sister (Kristen Stewart) discover a game called Zathura that shoots their house into space.
    Available September 1
  • Zoo Clues: Season 1 (2012)
    Fun animal factoids abound.
    Available September 1