Netflix Movies September 2015: New Releases for Movies and TV Shows This Month

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September should be considered the month of binge-watching, as Netflix will be undergoing some major renovations this month.

The subscription-based streaming service is planning a variety of new film and TV show options for users on the site as early as Sept. 1, while less popular works will be cleared to make way for the newcomers.

Most notably, the cable TV series selections will see some big names enter the streaming-party, including Bones, season 10; The Walking Dead, season five; and Portlandia, season five. American crime drama fans will want to break out the popcorn and get comfortable, as Gotham is also coming to Netflix on Sept. 21, the same day season two premieres on FOX

The following TV shows premiere on Netflix throughout September:

72 Dangerous Animals: Australia, season one

Arthur, season 17

Battle Creek, season one

Da Jammies, season one

Los hombres también lloran, season one

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, volume one

Mouk, season one

Person of Interest, seasons one to three

Puffin Rock, season one

The League season six

Zoo Clues season one

Baby Daddy season four 

Madame Secretary season one

Melissa & Joey season four

Space Dandy season two

Fugitivos season one 

Longmire season four

Portlandia season five 

Comedy Bang! Bang! season four

Call the Midwife season four

Kambu season one 

Sin Senos no Hay Paraiso season one

Zoobabu season one

The Blacklist season two

The Fosters season three

The Mysteries of Laura season one

Gotham season one

The Following season three

Person of Interest season four

Blue Bloods season five

Hawaii Five­-0 season five

Parenthood season six

VeggieTales in the House season one

The Walking Dead season five

Bones season 10

Agatha Christie's Poirot series 12 

Murdoch Mysteries season 4­7

Season five of The Walking Dead will premiere on Netflix September 27.
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As Netflix removes several dozen films from its database this month, including World War Z, The Expendables 3 and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, fans of indie films and thought-provoking narratives will enjoy a breadth of new options from the silver screen.

The Canyons, an erotic thriller starring Lindsay Lohan, was only shown in select cities and theaters following its world premiere in New York in 2013. George Clooney fans will be excited to hear Up in the Air is going to be available for streaming starting Sept. 1. If any Netflix users have yet to see the Rambo trilogy, fear not: Rambo: First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Part II and Rambo III: Ultimate Edition will all be available on the first of the month as well.

Check out the full set of new films and other specials joining Netflix's roster below:

Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher

Blackbird

Capital C

Combustion

Divorce Corp.

Giggle and Hoot's Best Ever!

Hamlet

Hardball

Heather McDonald: I Don't Mean to Brag

Lawrence of Arabia: Restored Version

Masters of the Universe

Mississippi Damned

Our Man in Tehran

Pandas: The Journey Home

Rambo: First Blood

Rambo: First Blood Part II

Rambo III: Ultimate Edition

Shake the Dust

Sleepy Hollow

Such Good People

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

The Monster Squad

Up in the Air

Zathura

Black or White

Miss Julie

Drumline: A New Beat

Bad Night

6 Years

Love at First Fight

Teen Beach Movie 2

About Elly

God Bless the Child

Madame Bovary

It Happened Here

The Roughnecks

Why Did I Get Married?

Pixies

Closer to the Moon

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

Rubble Kings

The Bank Job

The Road Within

Moonrise Kingdom

Reservation Road

Keith Richards: Under the Influence

Philomena

SMOSH: The Movie

The Loft 

Iris

The Canyons

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

Monster High: Boo York

R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls

Leafie: A Hen Into the Wild

Midnight's Children

Ned Rifle

Check out what TV shows and films are being added, along with specific dates, here.

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