Top 10 things coming Netflix in September

Here are some of the most anticipated titles coming to the streaming service next month.

From Marvel blockbusters to 80s comedy classics, September is looking like a good month for Netflix subscribers. With over 90 titles coming to Netflix in the next month there’s a lot to sort through so here are some of the most notable titles streaming in September.

Spider-Man 3: September 1

The third and final film of Sam Raimi’s critically acclaimed Spiderman trilogy follows Peter Parker as he attempts to balance college life with his alter ego Spiderman.

The Breakfast Club: September 1

This 80s classic directed by John Hughes follows five radically different teenagers in detention for various reasons who find they have more in common than they first thought.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: September 1
Although at first panned by critics, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is considered a cult classic by fans, and for good reasons. This 2005 film from Garth Jennings that stars Martin Freeman and Alan Rickman starts streaming.

Black Panther: September 4

After his MCU premier in Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther gets his first solo outing in in this action packed blockbuster from Creed director Ryan Coogler.

Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 2: September 7

After the mixed reception of the first season from fans and critics alike, Iron Fist: Season 2 has to improve on a lot in order to get its auidence invested. With new showrunner Scott Buck at the helm, Iron Fist: Season 2 aims to do exactly that

American Vandal Season 2: September 14

After the surprise hit of the first season of American Vandal, season 2 looks to capture the same comedic magic of the first season. Following the same investigative team of the first season as they attempt to find the “Turd Burglar.”

BoJack Horseman Season 5: September 14

Since it’s arrival in August 2014 Bojack Horseman has been considered one of the best shows on Netflix. Season 5 looks to be bringing the same comedic magic and writing as the first four.

Role Models: September 16

Starring Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott, this 2008 comedy film follows two friends as they are ordered act as role models for two kids at a youth center.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: September 16

Directed by Edgar Wright and starring Michael Cera, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World captures

a unique comic book aesthetic. This movie follows the title character Scott Pilgrim as he fights the exes of his current girlfriend Ramona and struggles to break up with his old girlfriend Knives. That coupled with humor and the pop culture references makes for a product that feels totally unique to any film in it’s genre.

Maniac: September 21

Starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone and directed by Cary Fukunaga, Maniac is a dark comedy revolving around two patients of a mysterious medical trial. This remake of a Norwegian television show with alternate realities and an 80’s sci-fi aesthetic is sure to bring plenty of laughs and thrills. Maniac comes out September 21.