9 Shows and Films To Watch Out for On Netflix This September 2019

If you're the kind who need to plot their binge-watching schedules, worry not, because we're giving you a rundown of the most awaited shows and films launching on Netflix this September!

Ready for your monthly rundown of all things Netflix? 

If you're the kind who need to plot their binge-watching schedules, worry not, because we're giving you a rundown of the most awaited shows and films launching on Netflix this September!

Launches on: September 2019

Vagabond centers on stuntman Cha Dal Geon – who discovers a national corruption scandal after being involved in a tragic plane crash – and Go Hae Ri – who works as a secret ops agent for the National Intelligent Service to support her family, even though she wanted to be an ordinary civil service agent. This drama stars Lee Seung Gi, Bae Suzy, and Shin Sung Rok. 

Elite, Season 2
Launches on: September 6

In the second season of Elite, a student vanishes in the wake of their classmate's death. As new friends join in on the drama, dark secrets get too hard to keep, and allegiances shift. The show stars Maria Pedraza, Itzan Escamilla, Miguel Bernardeau, Miguel Herran, and more. 

The Spy
Launches on: September 6

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The Spy is a series inspired by the story of Eli Cohen, a former Mossad agent who goes undercover in Syria back in the early 60s. He then becomes close to the Syrian military leaders and their friends, earning him the knowledge to the biggest anti-Israel secret initiatives. It stars Sacha Baron Cohen, Noah Emmerich, Hadar Ratzon Rotem, and more. 

Terrace House: Tokyo
Launches on: September 10

A show with no script, Terrace House: Tokyo centers on a group of six strangers from different walks of life who all live in one house in Tokyo as they go looking for love. 

Tall Girl
Launches on: September 13

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Tall Girl follows Jodi, a girl who's been slouching all throughout her life as she is uncomfortable being the tallest girl in school. Everything changes when she meets Stig, a Swedish foreign exchange student who happens to be taller than her. As she gets caught in a love triangle, she also comes to realize that she more than her insecurities when it comes to her appearance. The film stars Ava Michelle, Luke Eisner, Griffin Gluck, Sabrina Carpenter, and more. 

The Chef Show: Volume 2 
Launches on: 
September 13 

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Actor and director Jon Favreau, together with chef Roy Choi is set to reunite once again in The Chef Show: Volume 2 as they go on a new adventure, experimenting on their favorite recipes and techniques on baking and cooking while collaborating with the biggest names of the entertainment and culinary world. 

The Politician 
Launches on: September 26

In The Politician, Ben Platt plays Payton Hobart a wealthy student who's always known that he going to be the President of the United States one day. However, to achieve this goal, he would first need to go through the politics of Saint Sebastian High School, where he needs to outsmart his classmates without ruining his image and morality. Joining Ben Platt are Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Lange, Laura Dreyfuss, and more. 

Explained: Season 2 
Launches on: September 26

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Explained is a documentary series produced by Vox, exploring different topics and answering some of the biggest whys in the present day. The upcoming season will be covering and explaining the billionaire boom and the athleisure wear, as well as the lure of cults. 

In the Shadow of the Moon 
Launching on: September 27

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Set in 1988, In the Shadow of the Moon tells the story of a Philadelphia police officer Thomas Lockhart who tracks a serial killer who only resurfaces every nine years. He gets obsessed with finding the truth about the crime which could then destroy his career, his family, and even his sanity. The film's cast includes Boyd Holbrook, Michael C. Hall, and Cleopatra Coleman. 


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