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New Netflix Titles to Binge Watch This Month


Let these September releases satisfy your Netflix itch



There’s nothing we love more than a good binge-watch session. Picture this: a free weekend, a cozy living room, and a whole round-up of fresh movies and series, ready for your viewing pleasure. Pure bliss.


This month, the binge sessions are bound to be even more gripping, more exciting, and more touching with this month’s new releases on Netflix. Can’t quite decide where to begin? Let us usher you towards a starting point. Up ahead, we break down the September titles well worth your watch.


Bleach

Starring Sota Fukushi, Hana Sugisaki, Ryo Yoshizawa



Netflix breathes new life into this cult favorite manga and anime series with a live-action adaptation. Ichigo Kurosaki, a teenager with the ability to see ghosts, is given reaper abilities by an unexpected turn of events. Despite badly wanting to give his powers back, he finds himself in the middle of a bigger fight than he ever imagined. Stream the full movie on Netflix here.


The Land of Steady Habits

Starring Ben Mendelsohn, Edie Falco, Connie Britton



Anders Hill needs change to drum up his excitement for life, and when he retires from his job in finance and divorces his wife, he gets it. When reality kicks in, he finds it isn’t quite what he expects. Smack in the middle of bad choices and one night stands, he finds a friend in a teenaged drug addict and sets him down a downhill path. The Land of Steady Habits offers a peek into a man questioning his identity and his relationship with the world.  Watch the full film here.


Sierra Burgess is a Loser

Starring Shannon Purser, Kristine Froseth, RJ Cyler



We know Noah Centineo stole hearts in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before just last month, but he’s back in full force with yet another film on Netflix. Prepare for romance and a kick of high school nostalgia in Sierra Burgess is a Loser, where a case of mistaken identity brings two unlikely people together for one purpose: winning over the hearts of their crushes. Stream the full film on Netflix here.


Atypical 

Starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Keir Gilchrist, Michael Rapaport



At one point or another, we all get a little curious about romance. This is the case for Sam, a teenager on the autism spectrum. Ready for romance, he strives towards getting freedom in his teen years. Atypical offers a peek into his decisions and how they affect his entire family. Watch the second season of Atypical here


Sisters

Starring Lucy Durack, Antonia Prebble, Maria Angelico


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When one door closes, another opens. Or in Julia’s case, over 100 do. After her father passes away, she comes to discover that she has an entire slew of siblings. Her only two sisters, the by-the-book lawyer Edie and the TV star Roxy. It’s witty, emotional, and family-centric—a combination that never fails to hit close to home. Watch the entire first season on Netflix here.


Last Hope

StarringTomoaki Maeno, Kana Hanazawa, Kenjiro Tsuda


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Netflix brings us the newest post-apocalyptic world in Last Hope, where scientist Leon Lau faces his demons and tries to solve the disaster he caused seven years in the past. Arguably the first of its kind, this series brings together various animation styles and life-like characters to appeal to the audience’s emotions. Intrigued yet? Click through to watch Part 1 of Last Hope.


Age of Rebellion

Starring Peter Ho, Jeanine Yang, Tammy Chen


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Forget your preppy, impeccably dressed “bad boys” of K-Drama lore. Taiwanese drama Age of Rebellion puts the spotlight on actual tyrants on campus: the bullies, the druggies, the drinkers. Just how does anyone stop these issues when they rise to the surface? Find out by streaming the first season of Age of Rebellion.



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Words Cessi Treñas

Art Alex Lara

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