With so many amazing TV shows available to stream on Netflix, it can be hard to know what programmes to watch.
Below are some amazing new programmes coming to Netflix this September, as well as some fantastic shows already available to watch right now...
Narcos Series 3 – Available to stream from September 1
Pablo Escobar might have been killed off at the end of the last season, but Narcos is returning with a new series.Narcos series 3 will show the warring drug lords as they battle to fill the power vacuum left by Escobar.
The DEA will continue to wage their war on drugs, now focusing on the wealthiest drug traffickers in the world, the Cali Cartel.However, this will prove an extra-complicated mission, as unlike Escobar, the Cali Cartel’s tactics include bribing governments and the media, and having spies on the inside of these organisations.
As the story of the cocaine trade continues, we predict there will be plenty more enigmatic villains, epic shootouts and fascinating insights into the origins of a war that continues to this day.
American Vandal – Available to stream from September 15
American Vandal promises to be a parody of sensationalised American crime shows such as Dateline and even on the hugely successful Netflix true crime series such as Making a Murderer and The Keepers.
Each half-hour of this eight-part series will investigate high school prankster Dylan Maxwell, which has been accused of graffitiing penises across campus. Expelled and vilified, this mockumentary explores whether Dylan really did such a deplorable thing or if there is a greater conspiracy at play.
Club de Cuervos Series 3 - Available to stream from September 29
The Mexican comedy drama of a brother and sister who inherit a soccer team returns for its third season. Chava and Isabel must share the presidency of their club and are left stunned when they’re told they can no longer hold their games in the major Nuevo Toledo stadium and must move elsewhere.
The club’s survival is now in their hands and it will become a race against time for this brother and sister to save their team, restore their once great reputation and make their family’s legacy proud.
Our Souls at Night - Available to stream from September 29
Our Souls at Night is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Kent Haruf. It tells the simple but moving story of two elderly neighbours: lonely widow Addie Moore, who decides to pay her neighbour, widower Louis Waters, a visit.
While they know of each other the two have never bonded, but Addie would like to change that. They’re both lonely and far away from their loved ones, and will eventually learn to seek comfort in each other’s company. While it may sound a little cheesy, the book received fantastic critical acclaim and the film stars Hollywood heavyweights Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.
Stand-up comedy specials
Marc Maron: Too Real - Available to stream from September 5
GLOW star Marc Maron takes the stage in his stand-up comedy special to discuss mortality, his thoughts on meditation, his favourite documentaries and this crazy world we live in.
Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster - Available to stream from September 12
Ventriloquist and comedian Jeff Dunham showcases his talents with his host of dummies in this Irish stage performance. A little rude and naughty, his cohorts include Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Bubba J. Peanut and Seamus, all of whom put the audience into total stitches.
Jerry Before Seinfeld - Available to stream from September 19
Legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld returns to the Comic Strip to recall the early days of his stand-up career. In an intimate setting, Jerry provides an unusually honest insight into his rise to fame and remembers the original sketches that helped catapult him to the top of the stand-up comedy tree.
Fire Chasers - Available to stream from September 8
Fire Chasers examines the causes of recent Californian wildfires, their devastating impact and profiles the brave men and women of Cal Fire and the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Each fire costs millions of dollars in damage, and Fire Chasers sets out to take an honest look at both why they happen and how they can be prevented.
Strong Island - Available to stream from September 15
In 1992, 24-year-old teacher William Jr Ford was killed by Mark Reilly in Long Island, New York. William was unarmed, but Mark had a loaded gun which he used to kill William. William was black and Mark is white. The police blamed William and believed him to be the prime suspect in his own murder.
Over 20 years later, this documentary film examines the case, chronicles William’s family’s grief and discusses how it intertwines with racial injustices throughout African American history.
A high school student finds a darkly magical notebook in which if you write down a person’s name and imagine their face – they will shortly die. Empowered by this fatal tool, he begins to kill people he believes are unworthy of life. Based on the Japanese Manga written by Tsugami Ohba and Takeshi Obata, Death Note promises to be a thrilling horror.
Marvel’s The Defenders
An original Netflix series based on the Marvel Superhero Comics superhero team of the same, Marvel’s The Defenders is bound to be a huge hit. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Daredevil and Iron Fist unite together to save New York City from various enemies. If you’re a comic geek or simply a fan of the superhero movie genre, you’re going to want to check this one out.
Playwright-turned-screenwriter Bryan Fogel examines doping in sports in the documentary film Icarus. After the sporting world was shocked by Lance Armstrong’s confession that he had taken performance enhancing drugs – despite passing 500 drug tests – Fogel sets out to see for himself how these drugs can avoid the testers.
He begins to take performance enhancing drugs with the plan to undergo a series of drug tests in preparation for a French race. However, a chance meeting with a Russian scientist takes us down an unexpected rabbit hole of the Russian underworld of drug doping.