Start your binging this September with these five new additions to the streaming service!
With autumn right around the corner, the colder weather is slowly seeping its way into the forecast. And there’s nothing better than bundling up on the couch watching a new show on Netflix. Luckily this September, a diverse range of films, series, and documentaries will begin streaming on Netflix.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnXyTwZl4pM]
Looking for an emotional documentary to pull on your heartstrings? Strong Island follows Yance Ford’s quest for justice for his brother William after he was murdered in 1992. Taking place on Long Island, the film is an intimate look at family grief and will be available starting September 15.
When Mick Jagger co-produces a documentary, what more could you want? Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown takes viewers of a musical journey and display the tremendous impact James Brown left on American music. And you can join Jagger on that journey starting September 1.
In a nostalgic mood? She’s Gotta Have It is back and better than ever in a new Netflix series. What’s more, it’s produced by its original, legendary director Spike Lee. The comedy premieres exclusively on Netflix on Thanksgiving.
The Shaq attacks Netflix on September 1 with the premiere of his special stand-up comedy series Shaquille O’Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam. The hysterical show showcases stand-up from comedians such as D.L. Hughley, Jay Pharaoh, Mike Epps, Lil’ Rel, Mo’nique, Corey Holcomb, and Finesse Mitchell.
It’s never too early to prepare for the zombie apocalypse. And it’s never too late to catch up before season 8. The Walking Dead: Season 7 walks onto Netflix on September 8.
You can catch these and more this upcoming month here.