What's New On Netflix Canada In September

Including ‘This is Us’ Season 3.

Netflix is giving—and taking away—some premium content this September. We’re getting heavyweights like Pitch PerfectGrey’s Anatomy Season 15 and This is Us Season 3 (which is hard to stop watching even though it’s emotionally manipulative). We’re also getting lots of great new stuff that you shouldn’t sleep on, including hit Japanese reality show Terrace House: Tokyo, Chelsea Handler’s new special on white privilege and Season 2 of the super clever Spanish teen drama Elite. Oh, and we’re losing some absolute treasures like The Notebook.

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 1


Black ’47


Dirty Dancing


For the Birds



Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Letters to Juliet

Mune: Guardian of the Moon

Olmo & the Seagull

PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups


Second Act

Spookley the Square Pumpkin

HOT PICK: The Beguiled

It’s the Civil War era, and a handful of women are living in an all-girls school down south, basically locked away from the world of men. Matron Martha Farnsworth (Nicole Kidman) and teacher Edwina Morrow (Kirsten Dunst) oversee five students and run a tight ship. But when the women discover an injured enemy soldier (Colin Farrell) and bring him into the house to heal, their sheltered world is slowly destroyed.

The Blind Side

The Book of Henry

The Dark Tower

The Mothman Prophecies

The Natural

Uncle Naji in UAE

Family Guy, Season 17

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Season 1

The Walking Dead, Season 9

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 2

Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Season 2: Parts 1 and 2

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 3


What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 4


Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect 2

The Purge

The Purge: Anarchy


The Tale of Despereaux

The World We Make

HOT PICK: Murdoch Mysteries, Season 12

Truly one of Canada’s most loveable shows in recent memory, Season 12 of Murdoch Mysteries sees Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) and Dr. Julia Ogden (Hélène Joy) running around Edwardian Toronto solving a new slew of murders. This season’s mysteries include something suspicious in their new house, a seemingly invisible man, a potential alien invasion and someone very close to them being suspected of murder.

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 6

Archibald’s Next Big Thing

The Spy (Netflix Original)

HOT PICK: Elite, Season 2 (Netflix Original)

I’ve heard some people say that Spanish teen drama Elite, in which three middle-class kids have enrolled at a private school full of rich kids, is like Riverdale—but good. Someone’s been murdered, and no one’s innocent. Variety complimented the series for subverting teen show tropes, saying, “there’s more than enough intrigue going on in the everyday lives of these teens without one of them ending up dead.” So if you’re hungry for salacious love triangles with smart twist, get ready to hit play.

Hip-Hop Evolution, Season 3 (Netflix Original)

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father, Season 3 (Netflix Original)

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 7

Dragon’s Den, Season 13

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 8

The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco, Season 1

Cupcake & Dino – General Services, Seasons 1–2

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 10

A few young people sit around on a grey couch as one of them plays the guitar

Terrace House: Tokyo 2019–2020 (Photo, Netflix Canada)

Bill Burr: Paper Tiger (Netflix Original)

Evelyn (Netflix Original)

HOT PICK: Terrace House: Tokyo 2019–2020 (Netflix Original)

Terrace House is the reality show you’re missing in your life. It’s gotten acclaim for being *actually* real—no grand prizes, no producer manipulation (*cough* BACHELOR *cough*), no meltdowns. Just six strangers living in a really nice house together while going about their normal lives. Lots of people find it relaxing, but at least one TV writer is convinced that it’s actually way deeper than it seems. Specifically, that it explores the “infinitely elusive mystery of human character—how we read it, how we judge it, how we blame it, forgive it, speculate about it, change ourselves to accommodate it.” Wow. One thing viewers and critics agree on, though, is that this show is great, so…see for yourself.

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 12

The I-Land (Netflix Original)

The Mind, Explained (Netflix Original)

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 13


Head Count

Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea (Netflix Original)

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato (Netflix Original)

Tall Girl (Netflix Original)

HOT PICK: Unbelievable

Inspired by real events, a teen girl reports her rape, but police mishandling of her case eventually causes her to recant. In the meantime, two woman detectives based several states away start investigating evidence that could reveal the truth—and the scope of the crime is wider than anyone thought. Definitely not a relaxing watch, but an important one.

The Chef Show: Volume 2 (Netflix Original)

The Ranch: Part 7 (Netflix Original)

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 15

Edge of Darkness


Los Tigres del Norte at Folsom Prison (Netflix Original)


Steal a Pencil for Me

The Other Woman

Homeland, Season 7

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 17

Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives

The Last Kids on Earth

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 20

Between Two Ferns: The Movie (Netflix Original)

Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates (Netflix Original)

Criminal (Netflix Original)

Las del hockey (Netflix Original)

Disenchantment: Part 2 (Netflix Original)

Fastest Car, Season 2 (Netflix Original)

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 23

Team Kaylie

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 24

HOT PICK: Atomic Blonde

Charlize Theron kicks ass in this sleek action-thriller as Lorraine Broughton, a lethal MI6 spy and assassin. The Berlin Wall is about to fall, and she’s in the (dangerously unstable) city to collect a vital dossier and put an end to an espionage ring. James McAvoy stars as the station chief assigned to help her, but traitors are everywhere and no one can be trusted. This flick is fast-paced and exhilarating and perfect for when you’re feeling a lil dangerous.

Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself (Netflix Original)

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 25

Abstract: The Art of Design, Season 2 (Netflix Original)

Birders (Netflix Original)

Glitch, Season 3 (Netflix Original)

This is Us, Season 3

Lethal Weapon, Season 3

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 26

HOT PICK: Explained, Season 2

Yes, that’s the video for Episode 1 of Season 1 because there was no Season 2 trailer. I’m sorry, OK? This show is just really cool, and I had to put something. It’s produced exclusively for Netflix by Vox—everyone’s YouTube go-to for simple, smart breakdowns of important topics—and tackles some big issues. Besides monogamy, last season’s topics included the racial wealth gap, K-pop, eSports and the exclamation mark. This season promises to be even better.

Grey’s Anatomy, Season 15

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 27

HOT PICK: Bard of Blood (Netflix Original)

Kabir Anand’s (Emraan Hashmi) mentor was murdered and he was expelled from RAW due to a disastrous mission in Balochistan, but he thinks he’s found a new life as a Shakespeare professor in the mountains of Panchgani. He’s wrong. The government soon calls on him to help end a war before it begins, and he’s forced back into a world he was trying to forget. Of course the mission is in Balochistan, where he must confront his demons, save his country and his long lost love. This highly-anticipated Bollywood film is produced by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Production company and from the looks of it, it’s going to be a wild ride.

Dragons: Rescue Riders (Netflix Original)

In the Shadow of the Moon (Netflix Original)

The Politician (Netflix Original)

Skylines (Netflix Original)

The Good Place, Season 3

Sturgill Simpson Presents Sound & Fury (Netflix Original)

Vis a vis, Season 4 (Netflix Original)

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 29


Tiny House Nation: Volume 2 (Netflix Original)

What’s new on Netflix Canada on September 30

Bad Moms

Mo Gilligan: Momentum (Netflix Original)

Rush Hour 3

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Storm Boy

HOT PICK: What Men Want

We are so here for this remake of the 2000 film What Women Want. Ali Davis (Taraji P. Henderson) is a sports agent surrounded by white bros. When she’s passed up for a promotion she deserved (and the guy who got it *definitely* didn’t), she asks a psychic for help. After drinking a sus concoction from a psychic (Erykah Badu), she wakes up and realizes she can hear what men are thinking—and of course immediately starts using it to turn her situation around.

Wonder Park

Chip and Potato, Season 1

Last call! Here is everything leaving Netflix Canada in September:

September 1:

The Notebook

September 6:

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Happy Gilmore 

Kindergarten Cop

September 14:

17 Again

Drug Wars, Season 1

September 29:

Dear John

September 30:

Midsomer Murders, Series 1–19