Netflix has announced its newest arrivals for the month of September and, as usual, there are some real gems in the upcoming lineup.
We’ve picked a few binge-worthy titles to add to your watchlist, but you can be sure there will be plenty more dropping soon.
Shaq’s foray into the comedy game gave fans this stand-up gem. Netflix will be dropping each All-Star Comedy Jam including Atlanta, Dallas, Orlando, South Beach, and Las Vegas.
It’s the same hilarious all-star comedy, except this time Shaq teams up with an original king of comedy, Cedric the Entertainer.
The James Brown documentary takes a look at the late icon’s life beginning with his first hit song, while examining his role in the Civil Rights movement.
Spike Lee’s iconic film is set to premiere on Netflix in November as a TV series, but until then, enjoy the original and its tangled love triangle.
The docu-series investigates cases in which people convicted of murder claim their confessions were coerced, false, or involuntary. You’ll be glued to your screen.
Hibbert hopes to have a similar career to Denzel Washington and wants to appear in more action movies. The actor also really wants a spot on The Walking Dead.
The documentary examines the death of filmmaker Yance Ford’s brother and how the judicial system allowed his killer to walk free by exploring race, fear, and what happens in the wake of such a heartbreaking event.
Ms. Frizzle is back! See what hijinks the quirky teacher and her class get up to with a brand new season of the classic kids show.