Netflix September list is out! It is so amazing that we, at The Digital Hash, had a tough time zeroing out the top 5 Originals ‘you-have-to-watch-it’ this September. There’s drama, animation, documentaries, comedy, you name it and Netflix has collated it. Despite it all, here’s the must watch list, have a read.
- Resurface: Directed by Josh Izenberg and Wynn Padula, this documentary centers around war veterans in America dealing with PTSD. While many resort to medication to deal with the trauma, some find solace in surfing. Bobby Lane, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served in Iraq, was contemplating suicide to end the trauma. Before ending his life he wanted to get surfing off his bucket list, which makes him find new love for life. Watch it on September 1
- Narcos Season 3: As the hunt for Pablo Escobar has ended, Colombia has a new drug lord, Cali Cartel – led by four powerful godfathers. This cartel is corrupt, powerful and extremely profitable; and resorts to bribing government officials and keep its violent actions out of the headlines under its four godfathers – The Rodriguez brothers Gilberto (Damian Alcazar) and Miguel (Francisco Denis), Pacho Herrera (Alberto Ammann) and Chepe Santacruz Londono (Pepe Rapazote). Narcos lovers want will be in for some excitement after Escobar’s death. Catch the new series from September 1.
- Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father: British standup comedian Jack Whitehall stars with his father Michael Whitehall in this an upcoming travel documentary/road trip comedy television series. It covers their six-week trip to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, in six half-hour episodes. While Jack wants the experience to be as authentic as possible, Michael doesn’t really like what it entails – sleeping in a dormitory, travelling in local transport, sitting on an elephant, and probably everything that people look forward to. Catch the sweet-sour relationship of this father-son duo from September 22.
- Strong Island: A deeply intimate and meditative film, Strong Island asks what one can do when the grief of loss is entwined with historical injustice. Filmmaker Yance Ford, who lost his 24 year old brother in 1992 has set to portray the injustice the family suffered and also touches upon America’s racial history. Killed by a 19 year old ‘white’ who was never brought to trial, Will was suspected for his own murder. The documentary premiers on September 15.
- Little Evil: Gary (played by Adam Scott) has just married Samantha (Evangeline Lilly), the woman of his dreams. The only problem is that he can’t mingle with his five-year-old stepson Lucas (Owen Atlas). On careful observation, Gary comes to know that Lucas is in fact, the son of Satan. This horror comedy is written and directed by Eli Craig. Catch it on September 1.
Now that you have the-can’t-miss list, go ahead and plan your September itinerary with Netflix accordingly.