A question I see all the time is “What should I watch next on Netflix?” Well, there are several new shows (and returning seasons of your favorites ) on Netflix in September to answer that question for you. Check them out and let me know which one interests you the most.
New originals on Netflix in September:
Luke Cage (9/30) was the super hot, super strong love interest of Jessica Jones in the Netflix original last year. The new series will be the third Marvel original (Daredevil 2015) for Netflix to release. They are gritty and awesome. I’m sure the new series will not be any different. I can’t wait to see it. Check out the trailer to see what’s in store for you:
Easy (9/22) is an anthology series that will explore diverse Chicago characters as they fumble through the modern maze of love, sex, technology, and culture.
I will be watching Audrie and Daisy (9/23) with Cady. It is a documentary about the real-life drama that caused ripple effects on families, friends, schools and communities when two underage young women found that sexual crimes against them had been caught on camera. From filmmakers Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk (The Island President, The Rape of Europa), Audrie & Daisy takes a hard look at America’s teenagers who are coming of age in this new world of social media bullying. I think this is such an important topic and that this documentary will be a good tool to open (keep open) the flow of conversation for our tween/teenagers. Here is the trailer if you would like more information.
You can also check out new seasons of some of your favorites:
Don’t worry, the kids are also covered with new series on Netflix in September:
Kulipari: An Army of Frogs (9/2), based on the books, follows the adventures of a group of amphibians who live in peace and safety thanks to an elite group of super powered frogs called the Kulipari and a Dreamcasting spell called “The VEIL”. Their tranquil environment is under threat when the villainous spider queen and scorpion army leader ban together to conquer the frogs.
Kazoops! (9/2) Who says the world works the way grown ups think it should? Things can always be different if you just imagine… Monty is a spirited boy of 6, with a vivid imagination and his best friend is Jimmy Jones, the family pet pig. In each episode Monty confronts a preconception about life, embarking on an imaginary musical adventure with Jimmy Jones to find fresh perspectives. (After Gravity Falls, I’m not sure I can resist a series with a pet pig.)
What are you planning on watching on Netflix in September?