Just as so many new titles hit Netflix Instant each month, so must we say goodbye to a few titles from the streaming library. If you’ve been procrastinating, now is the time to make these movies and TV shows a priority before they disappear. Netflix has opted out of renewing their deal with Epix, which means movies like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Transformers: Age of Extinction aren’t just expiring — they won’t be coming back.
With a new month comes a new batch of Netflix Instant releases for us to look forward to. If you’re looking to discover an old classic or find a new favorite, there are plenty of new titles hitting the service next month. including several seasons of hit TV shows to help you catch up before their fall premieres. Read on for our guide to all the new releases hitting Netflix Instant in September.
As Hannibal fans this weekend (and billions of others before them) can attest, too long has the antiquated Nielsen ratings system given an incomplete picture of a show’s viewership, swaying networks to and fro of cancellation. We may finally have some progress however, as Nielsen will begin taking into account streaming data from the likes of Hulu, Netflix and beyond.
It’s no secret that Netflix original horror show Hemlock Grove hasn’t quite captured the critical raves of its brethren, though the streaming service will at least finish the story with a 10-episode final run. So, when can we expect Hemlock Season 3 to drop a whole new mess of bloody weirdness? Watch the final season teaser to find out!
In the summer of 2013, my wife and I watched the first season of Orange Is the New Black in seven days. In the summer of 2014, we watched the second season of Orange Is the New Black in eight days. This summer, we watched the third season of Orange Is the New Black.
The other day Marvel’s Luke Cage took a huge leap forward in casting Alfre Woodard for a major role, and before production begins, even more info on the third Netflix Defender has emerged. Reports place Willis “Diamondback” Stryker as a major antagonist for the series, which may also have a new love interest and official synopsis.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones doesn’t yet have an official photo to its name, but already Netflix successor Luke Cage may have his big bad. Alfred Woodard has reportedly joined the series in a majorly antagonistic role, one adapted from classic Luke Cage villain “Black Mariah.”
Daredevil, you’ve done it again! The Netflix man without fear’s Twitter account has issued yet another cryptic tease that has fans in a tizzy, this time inspiring debate over the Daredevil costume itself. Could Matt Murdock suit up with some new duds when Season 2 premieres in 2016? Sure, but not today! Allow us to explain.
The fluid design of Netflix’s website has occasionally given way to early gaffes among the original series, including an early House of Cards Season 3 leak, and Daredevil’s red costume, so might Jessica Jones follow suit? All 13 episode titles from Marvel’s next Defender have reportedly emerged online, some of which could tease a Power-ful climax to the season.
Netflix hasn’t had very much luck launching original dramas since its initial breakout successes, though a little excess might just put José Padilha’s Narcos over the top. Money flies in every direction for the series based on the legendary Pablo Escobar’s drug empire, as Pedro Pascal proves himself ever the Casanova.