Here's Everything Coming To UK Netflix In September

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As autumn approaches, we'll probably be spending less time in rooftop bars and at the lido, and a little more time tucked up indoors. Thankfully, Netflix is launching its strongest selection of original content in a while this September.

Season two of Spanish thriller Elite debuts this month, as does the premiere of The Politician, a flashy-looking comedy-drama from Ryan Murphy which stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Tony-winning stage actor Ben Platt. We're also super intrigued by Unbelievable, a true crime miniseries based on a harrowing real life story. Toni Collette and Booksmart 's Kaitlyn Dever lead the cast in that one.

Some awesome movies are also arriving this month. If you're in the mood for something heartwarming, the classic rom-com Dirty Dancing delivers every time. If you fancy something super emotional, coming-of-age drama Call Me By Your Name starring the internet's bae, Timmy Chalamet is a must-watch. And when you're craving some laughs, the fourth and final season of The Good Place is debuting at the end of the month, too.

Click through to see the key new titles – and their release dates – on Netflix UK this September.

Elite(2019)

Season two of the Spanish teen drama exploring corruption, class conflict and murder in an ultra-fancy secondary school looks even hotter than the first.

Available 6th September

Dirty Dancing (1987)

The all-time classic rom-com starring Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze. Even if you've seen it a million times before, you know you'll have the time of your life...sorry, we couldn't help it.

Available 1st September

The Politician (2019)

This new Netflix original series from Ryan Murphy ( American Horror Story, American Crime Story) centres on a ruthlessly ambitious California student (Broadway star Ben Platt) who's determined to become the president one day. Gwyneth Paltrow co-stars as his mum, and the cast also includes Jessica Lange and Bohemian Rhapsody 's Lucy Boynton.

Available 27th September

Call Me By Your Name(2017)

Timothée Chalamet gives an Oscar-nominated performance as a young man who falls in love with an older American visitor (Armie Hammer) who's staying with his family in Italy for the summer. Supremely touching stuff.

Available 26th September

Unbelievable (2019)

Toni Collette and Nurse Jackie 's Merritt Wever star in this Netflix original miniseries from Erin Brockovich writer Susannah Grant. It tells the true story of Marie ( Booksmart 's Kaitlyn Dever), a teenage girl who was charged with lying about being raped, and two female detectives (Collette and Wever) who eventually find out the truth.

Available 13th September

The I-Land(2019)

This Netflix original miniseries follows 10 people who wake up on a mysterious island with no clue as to who they are, what they're doing there, or how to get home. Natalie Martinez, Kate Bosworth and Alex Pettyfer star, and Netflix's pre-release publicity suggests the drama has been partly inspired by the Fyre Festival fiasco.

Available 12th September

American Horror Story: Apocalypse (2018)

Season eight of Ryan Murphy's darkly comic horror anthology series has a dystopian theme, and cleverly crosses over with seasons one and three. The typically amazing cast includes Sarah Paulson, Emma Roberts, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters and the legend that is Joan Collins.

Available 29th September

The Good Place(2019)

Kristen Bell, Ted Danson and Jameela Jamil return for the fourth and – brace yourself – final season of the heavenly US sitcom.

New episodes added weekly from 27th September.

Between Two Ferns: The Movie(2019)

Zach Galifianakis stars in a spin-off movie based on his cult web series in which he conducts hilariously awkward interviews with A-list celebrities. It's been reported that Peter Dinklage, Bradley Cooper and Keanu Reeves could be among the guest stars.

Available 20th September

Tall Girl (2019)

This Netflix original rom-com follows the tallest girl at her high school ( Dance Moms ' Ava Michelle) as she falls for a handsome foreign exchange student and begins to overcome her lingering insecurities about her height.

Available 13th September

Inside Bill's Brain: Decoding Bill Gates (2019)

A three-part documentary series exploring the mind and motivations of former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates, a man worth an estimated $103.7 billion.

Available 20th September

Call the Midwife(2018)

The seventh (and second most recent) series of the popular BBC period drama about a group of midwives working in London's East End during the early 1960s.

Available 11th September

Criminal(2019)

This ambitious Netflix original series tells 12 individual stories set in four different countries: the UK, France, Germany and Spain. Each episode takes place in a police interviewing suite, and David Tennant and Hayley Atwell are among the stars of the UK stories.

Available 20th September

David Brent: Life on the Road(2016)

Ricky Gervais revives his most famous creation, The Office 's David Brent, for a mockumentary movie following the cringe-inducing middle manager as he forms a rock band and heads out on tour. The supporting cast includes the inimitable Diane "Philomena Cunk" Morgan.

Available 18th September

Hello Privilege. It's Me, Chelsea(2019)

A feature-length documentary in which Chelsea Handler explores white privilege and how it's benefited her during her career – and to the detriment of others.

Available 13th September

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father (2019)

Season three of the road trip comedy series follows Jack Whitehall, now living and working in LA, as he encourages dad Michael to embrace all that the American West has to offer.

Available 6th September

The Spy (2019)

Sacha Baron Cohen takes on his first dramatic role in this Netflix original series based on a true story. He plays Eli Cohen, an Israeli clerk who becomes a supremely skilled Mossad secret agent working on an undercover mission in Syria.

Available 6th September

Marianne (2019)

Are you ready to be spooked? This French Netflix original series centres on a successful horror author who discovers that the demon from her books exists in the real world.

Available 13th September

Surviving R Kelly(2019)

A six-part documentary series detailing sexual abuse allegations against R&B singer R Kelly. Since it aired in the US earlier this year, Kelly has been formally charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

Available in September, date TBC.

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