As we rapidly approach autumn, Netflix continues to add to its library with some big new releases this September, including the final seasons of both Sex Education and Top Boy.


There are also major new films arriving such as El Conde, Spy Kids: Armageddon and Love at First Sight, as well as Wes Anderson's new short film The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar.

On the documentary front, subscribers can look forward to new series including Who Killed Jill Dando?, Encounters and Wrestlers, while other new returning scripted series include the final batch of Disenchantment episodes and Virgin River season 5 part 1.

For reality fans, there is also the arrival of new seasons of both Love Is Blind and spin-off show After the Altar, as well as a new season of Selling the OC and new shows such as Is She the Wolf?.

With other new additions, including plenty of classic films and fresh originals, scroll on to find out more about what's coming to Netflix in August 2023.

New on Netflix this week (28th August - 3rd September)

Mackenyu Arata as Roronoa Zoro, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D Luffy and Taz Skylar as Sanji in One Piece looking ready for action
Mackenyu Arata as Roronoa Zoro, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D Luffy and Taz Skylar as Sanji in One Piece. Netflix

The biggest new releases arriving on Netflix this week include the live-action adaptation of One Piece and the fourth season of Love Is Blind: After the Altar. There is also the arrival of the final part of Disenchantment and interactive romantic comedy film Choose Love.

Here's a list of some of the best titles releasing this week, and find below a full list of everything releasing in September 2023.

  • Choose Love – Interactive romantic comedy film.
  • One Piece season 1 – Live action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda's beloved manga series.
  • Disenchantment part 5 – Final part of Matt Groening's animated fantasy series.
  • Love Is Blind: After the Altar season 4 – New season of the reality dating spin-off series reconnecting with the couples from the main show's last season.

New on Netflix UK in September

Friday 1st September

  • A Day and a Half (2023) – Swedish thriller film
  • Disenchantment part 5 – Final part of Matt Groening's animated fantasy series.
  • Friday Night Plan (2023) – Hindi coming of age comedy film.
  • Happy Ending (2023) – Dutch LGBTQ+ comedy film about a couple who decide to introduce a third party into their sex life.
  • Jackass Number Two: Unrated Version (2006) – The second film in the stunt reality comedy franchise.
  • Love is Blind: After the Altar season 4 – New season of the reality dating spin-off series reconnecting with the couples from the main show's last season.
  • Macbeth (2015) – Michael Fassbender takes on the iconic Shakespeare role alongside Marion Cotillard as Lady Macbeth in this adaptation.
  • The Ruins (2008) – Horror film starring Jena Malone about a group of tourists in Mexico who find a remote Mayan ruin is inhabited by deadly vines.
  • Why Do Men Earn More Money Than Women? (2018) – Documentary looking at the gender pay gap, fronted by Dame Karren Brady.

Sunday 3rd September

  • Is She the Wolf season 1 – Japanese dating series in which some female participants must avoid being discovered or accepting declarations of love.

Tuesday 5th September

  • Edge of Tomorrow (2014) – Time-loop action sci-fi film starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt.
  • Godzilla (2014) – The first film in the recent MonsterVerse franchise, starring Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
  • Godzilla vs Kong (2021) – Monster mash up film in the MonsterVerse franchise, which sees the two iconic creatures go head to head.
  • Million Dollar Buffet (2022) – Food documentary film.
  • Shane Gillis: Beautiful Dogs (2023) – Stand-up comedy special with Shane Gillis.

Wednesday 6th September

  • 6ixtynin9 season 1 – Thai crime drama series.
  • 99 Homes (2014) – Drama film starring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon about a man who helps evict people in order to save his own family's home.
  • Infamy season 1 – Polish music drama series.
  • The Little Things (2021) – Psychological thriller film starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto.
  • Locked Down (2021) – Romantic comedy film shot during lockdown, written by Steven Knight and starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Anne Hathaway.
  • Reporting for Duty season 1 – Brazilian comedy series.
  • Scouts Honour: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America (2023) – Documentary film about the Scouts.
  • Tahir’s House season 1 – Saudi comedy series about a family of amateur entrepreneurs coming together to make their failing fish shop a thriving business.

Thursday 7th September

  • The Card Counter (2021) – Crime thriller film starring Oscar Isaac.
  • Dear Child – Limited German crime drama series.
  • Gamera season 1 – Japanese anime series.
  • Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight season 3 – New season of the Kung Fu Panda animated spin-off series.
  • Top Boy season 5 – Final season of the hit crime drama starring Ashley Walters and Kane Robinson.
  • Virgin River season 5 part 1 – New season of the romantic drama set in the remote Northern California town of Virgin River.
  • What If? (2023) – Filipino romantic drama film.

Friday 8th September

  • A Time Called You season 1 – Korean drama series.
  • Burning Body (2023) – Spanish crime drama series.
  • Hello Ghost (2023) – Taiwanese fantasy comedy series about a man who gains the ability to see ghosts.
  • Rosa Peral’s Tapes (2023) – True crime documentary featuring Rosa Peral's first interview from prison since she was convicted of murdering her partner.
  • Selling the OC season 2 – New season of the hit reality property series.
  • Spy Ops season 1 – True crime documentary in which operatives from MI6, the CIA and more intelligence services share insider stories of spy craft.

Tuesday 12th September

  • Glow Up season 5 – Fifth season of the BBC Three make-up reality competition show, now hosted by Leomie Anderson
  • Michelle Wolf: It’s Great To Be Here – Series of stand-up comedy specials with Michelle Wolf.

Wednesday 13th September

  • Class Act season 1 – French drama series telling a fictionalised version of the life of Bernard Tapie.
  • Freestyle (2023) – Polish thriller film.
  • Wrestlers season 1 – Docuseries following the wrestlers at Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville, Kentucky.

Thursday 14th September

  • Barbie: A Touch of Magic season 1 – Animated children's series.
  • Di4ries season 2 part 1 – New season of the teen comedy series.
  • Ehrengard: The Art of Seduction (2023) – Danish romantic drama film.
  • Once Upon a Crime (2023) – Japanese crime comedy film.
  • Thursday’s Widows season 1 – Mexican thriller series.

Friday 15th September

  • The Club season 2 – Second season of the Mexican comedy-drama series.
  • El Conde (2023) – Dark satire vampire horror film by Pablo Larraín.
  • Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons season 7 – New season of the docuseries exploring life in prisons around the world.
  • Love at First Sight (2023) – Romantic comedy film starring Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy, about two strangers who connect on a flight to London, but are separated by a twist of fate.
  • Miseducation season 1 – South African romantic comedy series.
  • Surviving Summer season 2 – Second season of the Australian family drama series.

Saturday 16th September

  • It’s Always Sunny in Philidelphia season 16 – Sixteenth season of the hit offbeat sitcom starring Charlie Day and Danny DeVito.

Monday 18th September

  • My Little Pony: Make Your Mark season 5 – New season of the animated children's series.

Tuesday 19th September

  • Kountry Wayne: A Woman’s Prayer (2023) – Stand-up comedy special with Kountry Wayne.
  • The Saint of Second Chances (2023) – Documentary film about Mike Veeck, son of Major League Baseball owner Bill Veeck.

Wednesday 20th September

  • Hard Broken season 1 – Lebanese thriller series.
  • Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) – Drama film starring Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield about Fred Hampton, the leader of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party.
  • Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) – Wonder Woman sequel film starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Pedro Pascal, directed by Patty Jenkins.

Thursday 21st September

  • Evil Dead Rise (2023) – The latest instalment in the Evil Dead horror franchise which debuted in cinemas earlier this year.
  • Jaane Jaan (2023) – Hindi crime drama film.
  • Kengan Ashura part 3 – Third part of the Japanese anime series.
  • Scissor Seven season 4 – Fourth season of the Chinese animated series.
  • Sex Education season 4 – Final season of the acclaimed comedy drama, once again starring Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson and Doctor Who's Ncuti Gatwa.

Friday 22nd September

  • The Black Book (2023) – Nigerian thriller film.
  • How to Deal with a Heartbreak (2022) – Peruvian comedy-drama film.
  • Love is Blind season 5 – New season of the reality dating show in which people speak to potential romantic partners through a wall.
  • Song of the Bandits season 1 – Korean drama series.
  • Spy Kids: Armageddon (2023) – Spy Kids reboot directed by Robert Rodriguez and starring Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi.

Sunday 24th September

  • Clifford the Big Red Dog (2021) - Live action family comedy film about the classic character, starring Jack Whitehall.

Monday 25th September

  • Little Baby Bum: Music Time season 1 – Animated children's series.

Tuesday 26th September

  • Batman: The Animated Series – Multiple seasons of the classic Batman cartoon starring Kevin Conroy.
  • Storyteller – Netflix original puzzle game.
  • Who Killed Jill Dando? (2023) – Three-part docuseries looking at the unsolved murder of TV presenter Jill Dando.

Wednesday 27th September

  • Encounters – Four-part docuseries that travels the globe to explore four extraordinary true stories of encounters with otherworldly phenomena.
  • Overhaul (2023) – Brazilian crime drama film.
  • Street Flow 2 (2023) – French crime drama film.
  • The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (2023) – Short film based on the story by Roald Dahl, directed by Wes Anderson and starring Benedict Cumberbatch.

Thursday 28th September

  • Castlevania: Nocturne season 1 – Sequel series to the beloved adult animated fantasy show.
  • Love is in The Air (2023) – Australian romantic drama film about a pilot fighting to keep her family business afloat who starts to fall for the man sent to ground her operation forever.
  • The Darkness within La Luz del Mundo season 1 – Documentary in which complainants against La Luz del Mundo megachurch leaders tell their stories.

Wednesday 27th September

  • Choona season 1 – Hindi drama series.
  • Do Not Disturb (2023) – Turkish comedy film.
  • NOWHERE (2023) – Spanish thriller film.
  • Power Rangers: Cosmic Fury season 3 – Third season of the Netflix original Power Rangers series.

Best Netflix releases from August 2023

Last month on Netflix also saw a host of big new releases, with series and films such as Heartstopper season 2, Painkiller, Heart of Stone and The Lincoln Lawyer season 2 part 2 being added to the service.

Here's a list of some of the best new releases on Netflix in August 2023:

  • Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child – Documentary about social media personality Jake Paul.
  • Heartstopper season 2 – Joe Locke and Kit Connor return in the second season the hit LGBTQ+ teen drama.
  • The Lincoln Lawyer season 2 part 2 – The final batch of episodes from season 2 of the legal drama starring Manuel Garcia-Rulfo.
  • Painkiller – Matthew Broderick stars in this fictionalised retelling of the Opioid crisis.
  • Heart of Stone (2023) – Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan star in this action film about an intelligence operative for a global peacekeeping agency who is trying to stop a hacker from stealing its most valuable weapon.
  • At Home with the Furys season 1 – Documentary following boxer Tyson Fury and his family, including his brother Tommy and Love Island's Molly-Mae.
  • Who Is Erin Carter? season 1 – Thriller series about a British woman whose life in Barcelona spirals out of control when her secret, violent past is exposed.
  • You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah (2023) – Comedy film about two best friends whose friendship is unraveled by a popular boy right before their bat mitzvahs, featuring Idina Menzel and Adam Sandler.
  • Choose Love – Interactive romantic comedy film.
  • One Piece season 1 – Live action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda's beloved manga series.

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