In August, Netflix gave us a number of gems: original anime Flavors of Youth, historical romcom The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, and the movie that shook the world with kilig feels, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

This month of September, we’ll be treated to a few more much-awaited films, including one that once again stars instant crush ng bayan Noah Centineo, new seasons of fast favorite Netflix originals, and a promising limited series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill.

Here are the top 8 mew and returning Netflix shows to watch out for this September 2018!


Sierra Burgess is a Loser

In this upcoming film, Shannon Purser (Stranger Things) plays the lead as the smart yet unattractive Sierra. When a boy (Noah Centineo, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before) starts texting her thinking that she is Veronica, popular cheerleader and Sierra’s bully, Sierra decides to team up with Veronica to keep her newfound crush in her life for just a little while longer.

Available on Netflix starting September 7.


BoJack Horseman: Season 5

After the fourth season ended on a positive and optimistic note, BoJack Horseman returns to the screen as the star of Philbert, a new detective series produced by Princess Carolyn. But BoJack isn’t completely free of his demons just yet.

Available on Netflix starting September 14.


Atypical: Season 2

While Elsa and Doug Gardner face the aftermath of their marriage crisis that took place at the end of Season 1, Casey tries to adjust to her new school and Sam prepares for life after graduation.

Available on Netflix starting September 7.



When the trailer for Maniac was released, it immediately caught our attention and made itself one of the most anticipated shows to come out in September. This limited series, based on the Norwegian series of the same name, stars Emma Stone and Jonah Hill as two patients who voluntarily undergo a pharmaceutical trial that is said to heal anything about the mind, from mental illnesses to heartbreak.

Available on Netflix starting September 21.


Nappily Ever After

Based on a novel by Trisha R. Thomas, Nappily Ever After introduces to us Violet Jones (Sanaa Lathan), a perfectionist-slash-control freak who thought she has engineered for herself the perfect happy ending, until things don’t go according her plan. When a series of circumstances make her feel like she’s starting to lose herself, she shaves her head and begins her journey to learning how to let go, live life, and be free.

Available on Netflix starting September 21.


Chef’s Table: Volume 5

Chef’s Table is just one of the plenty of shows on Netflix that have us drooling all over the place for its foodgasmic visuals, stories, and creations. In this fifth season, we meet four innovative chefs who are shaking up the food culture in Philadelphia, Istanbul, Bangkok and Barcelona.

Available on Netflix starting September 28.


American Vandal: Season 2

In the wake of the first documentary’s success that exposed the perpetrator behind the vandalized cars of 27 faculty members, Peter Maldonaldo and Sam Ecklund seek a new case and settle on a stomach-churning mystery at a Washington high school, after its cafeteria lemonade had been contaminated with laxatives by the mysterious “Turd Burglar”.

Available on Netflix starting September 14.


The Good Cop

The Good Cop is a 10-episode series following an earnest and honest cop Tony Jr. (Josh Groban) who gets advice from his father (Tony Danza), a disgraced former NYPD officer who never followed the rules, on absolutely everything — from handling suspects, to handling women.

Available on Netflix starting September 21.


Which ones are you most excited to binge-watch? Sound off below!

All photos courtesy of Netflix.



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