Here Are The Five Best Programs Coming To Netflix in September

It’s officially fall! If your Netflix account hadn’t been getting enough summer attention because you were out enjoying the weather, it’ll sure get a boost now that the new, cooler temperatures are beginning to settle in. Netflix has anticipated the larger amount of viewers — September is packed to the brim with quality new movies, classic films, and new seasons of our favorite shows. You can find the full list of everything coming in September here.

With almost 70 programs coming next month, it’s impossible to know which you should prepare to watch. That’s where we come in. We’ve sorted through a majority of the noise and made a list of the essentials. Check out our GIF-heavy list.

Narcos: Season 3

The first two seasons of Netflix’s hit series Narcos were dominated by the concept of magical realism in the hunt for esteemed drug dealer Pablo Escobar. The engrossing series captured a both realistic and imaginative take on Escobar’s reign of terror, led by Steve Murphy and Micheal Peña — the two DEA agents that were instrumental in his demise. Boyd Holbrook (Murphy) and Pedro Pascal (Peña) offered enrapturing portrayals of the agents that sucked viewers into the show, but the real star was Wagner Moura who acted as Pablo Escobar. Combined with his uncanny resemblance, Moura’s quiet, yet vicious take on the madman amazed critics worldwide.

It was inevitable that the show would move past Escobar’s story — apparent by it being named Narcos instead of Escobar — so here arrives the third season, centered around the dangerous Cali Cartel. This didn’t come out of field — they were introduced in season 1 and played a supporting role for the past two seasons. Also, in real life, Peña did pursue them — meaning that the story will still be based on part of the duo’s story.

When viewers heard that the Cali Cartel was the focus of the season, they were initially stricken with fear. After the release of the action packed first trailer, their fears were quickly reversed.

Take a look below:

Fuller House: newer episodes

Rumblings about the return of Full House circulated for years, culminating in the return of the show in 2016 — well not necessarily the same show, more like a continuation with some of the characters. D.J Tanner, her sister Stephanie, and best friend Kimmy Gibbler, were promoted to the central stars of the Tanner household. They added children as well (minus Stephanie) and set a similar blueprint to what worked in Full House.

With 26 episodes so far, and the green light from Netflix to keep firing away, there is no slowing down from the show’s creators now. If you’re fixing for a Full House taste and you’re tired of watching the same episodes over and over, we suggest you give this a shot. Bob Saget, John Stamos, and other faces from Full House sometimes make appearances on here. While the show does take a comedic hit in the absence of the previously named, it’s still great family fun for all ages.

Pulp Fiction

When Tarantino’s sprawling, jumbled, and purposefully confusing epic, came out in 1994, critics and fans alike were astounded by its quality. A (somewhat) novice filmmaker came through and made what’s widely considered to be one of the greatest films of all time. The star studded cast, including the likes of Bruce Willis, John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Ving Rhames, Samuel L. Jackson, and Tim Roth, combined to offer vivid portrayals of now classic characters.

The movie pops up on and leaves Netflix quite often, so catching it this month is esssential if you haven’t seen it. Even if you have, it makes sense to watch on multiple play through to fully understand it. If you already know what the deal is behind the movie, just watch it because it’s available. Who knows when the next time it will be up.

The Rugrats Movie

Nickolodeon’s favorite gang of infant brats will have its first movie available to Netflix users next month. The gang of Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, and Lil (and sometimes Angelica) sees the arrival of Tommy’s new infant brother. Jealousy, hilarity, and all sorts of other emotions/reactions ensue making for a comedic and heartfelt movie for the entire family.

This should be a must watch if not for anything but reminiscing to a time where Nickelodeon was a better place.

Hoodwinked

Perhaps this little known gem slipped under the radar of mainstream relevancy due to the lack of notable voice actors, save for Anne Hathaway and Andy Dick, attached to the film, but rest assured, this is one of the most creative animated films you’ll ever see. It came out in 2006 and only cost $8 million to create. Despite the modest budget, it carved out its own unique style of visual.

Think of the story of Red Riding Hood. Are you visualize a helpless little girl, her innocent grandmother, and snarling big bad wolf? Throw out all of your previous assumptions. Go into watching the movie without any guesses on how the story will go and you’ll be blown away. By the time the credits roll around, it’s not uncommon to think “What did I just watch?” It’s great family fun, and good for adults to watch too, so check it out next month.

There’s tons more to check out on Netflix, but these five should get first priority. Tell us what you think on Twitter!

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