Some of my most popular posts are my Netflix movie lists. Starting this month, I’m going to begin posting new shows coming to Netflix, new Netflix original series, new films on Netflix, and titles leaving Netflix this week.
New shows coming to Netflix | New films coming to Netflix
Updated September 6, 2019
New on Netflix: Movies
Check out the full list of what’s new on Netflix this week. Includes movies, TV shows, series, and Netflix originals.
Did you miss the list of new shows coming on Netflix August 2019?
Make sure you finish up any series or movies scheduled to leave at the end of this week before they’re gone. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the hottest series and films on Netflix this week.
Archibald’s Next Big Thing (Netflix Family) Tony Hale is the voice of a chicken in this show inspired by the actor’s children’s book.
Elite: Season 2 (Netflix Original) Drama at an exclusive private school hits new heights after a classmate’s death in this Spanish series.
Hip-Hop Evolution: Season 3 (Netflix Original) The Peabody-award-winning docuseries traces the growth of hip-hop in the ’90s, featuring with Tupac, Biggie, Lil’ Kim and Jay-Z.
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: Season 3 (Netflix Original) The British comedian, who now lives in L.A., tries to convince his reluctant dad to move to the U.S..
The Spy (Netflix Original) Sacha Baron Cohen and Noah Emmerich (“The Americans”) star in the ’60s-set series about an Israeli clerk-turned-secret agent who goes undercover in 1965 Syria.
Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure
Bill Burr: Paper Tiger (Netflix Original) Comedian and podcaster Bill Burr in a stand-up special filmed at Royal Albert Hall in London.
Eat Pray Love
Evelyn (Netflix Original) Siblings walk from Scotland to London to find peace after their brother’s suicide.
Shameless (U.S.): Season 9
Terrace House: Tokyo 2019-20 (Netflix Original) The Japanese “Real World”-style reality show continues.
The I-Land (Netflix Original) Strangers fight to survive on an island after they’re wiped clean of memories.
The Mind, Explained (Netflix Original) A documentary series that explores dreaming and anxiety disorders.
The Chef Show: Volume 2 (Netflix Original) Actor/director Jon Favreau and Chef Roy Choi of the film “Chef” reunite to experiment with more recipes and cook with famous friends.
Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea (Netflix Original) Chelsea Handler, whose Netflix talk show was canceled in 2017, is back with a documentary about how white privilege has impacted American culture, and herself.
I’m Sorry: Season 2
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato (Netflix Anime) In the Japanese horror series, Ikoma and the Iron Fortress take their fight to the battlegrounds of Unato.
The Ranch: Part 7 (Netflix Original) Ashton Kutcher’s sitcom.
Tall Girl (Netflix Film) Jodi is 16, more than 6 feet tall, and lacks the confidence to stand up straight in this teen movie starring Ava Michelle, Anjelika Washington and Sabrina Carpenter.
Unbelievable (Netflix Original) “Booksmart” star Kaitlyn Dever stars in the series inspired by a Pulitzer Prize-winning article, about a teen who reported and recanted her rape after detectives began to doubt her story.
We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Los Tigres del Norte at Folsom Prison (Netflix Original) Legendary Mexican band Los Tigres del Norte play at Folsom prison on the 50th anniversary of Johnny Cash’s famous prison concert.
Steal a Pencil for Me
Surviving R. Kelly: Season 1
And here’s everything leaving Netflix this week.
Leaving Sept. 6
Leaving Sept. 9
Leroy & Stitch
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch
Leaving Sept. 14
Leaving Sept. 15
Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Seasons 1-3
WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO WATCHING ON NETFLIX THIS WEEK?
Even though this post is a collection of the movies coming to and leaving Netflix this week, their library actually changes just about every day.
Do movies change on Netflix?
Netflix’s lineup of movies and TV shows is constantly changing as the company gains and loses licensing rights for different content.
Why does Netflix keep removing movies?
Netflix licenses TV shows and movies from studios and content providers around the world, and those licenses can expire if they’re not renewed. If one of your favorite TV shows or movies you love is leaving, it indicates that the licensing agreement with the content provider is about to end.
Is the Netflix library shrinking?
According to The Fiscal Times, “Netflix’s streaming library included close to 11,000 titles in 2012. Currently, the library contains about 5,300. Every month, many subscribers search for one of those “What’s Coming to and Leaving Netflix This Month” articles without noticing that the exits are far outpacing the arrivals.”
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