As September draws near, it’s time again to say goodbye to some old favorites and find some new shows to love on Netflix.
While Netflix loses both “Batman Begins” and “The Dark Knight” on Sept. 1, Marvel’s popular movie “Black Panther” will begin airing on Sept. 4 to fill the superhero void. If you can’t wait that long for action and adventure, “Spider-Man 3” will be out on Sept. 1.
Disney films coming to the streaming service include the two animated movies “Lilo and Stitch” and “The Emperor’s New Groove,” as well as 2018’s live-action “A Wrinkle in Time.” Leaving Netflix’s Disney lineup are “Pete’s Dragon” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest.”
In the realm of comedy, Jim Carrey’s “Bruce Almighty,” Bill Murray’s “Groundhog Day,” Adam Sandler’s “Click” and Paul Rudd’s “Role Models” are all coming to Netflix. The Netflix original talk show “Norm Macdonald has a Show” will also begin to air. Comedies that will leave Netflix in September include “Ghostbusters,” “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” and “Are You Here.”
For fans of romance, “Another Cinderella Story” starring Selena Gomez will be out on Sept. 1. Additionally, Noah Centineo, the much-adored star of “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” will be featured in the upcoming Netflix original movie “Sierra Burgess Is A Loser,” out on Sept. 7. Later in the month, the Netflix original “Nappily Ever After,” about a woman reconsidering how she lives her life, debuts. Unfortunately, the rom-coms “13 Going on 30,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Just Friends” will no longer be available as of Sept. 1.
Coming to Netflix from TV are season three of ABC’s “Quantico,” season seven of ABC’s “Once Upon a Time,” season five of NBC’s “The Blacklist” and season eight of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Netflix originals “The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes,” “Atypical,” “Cable Girls” and “Iron Fist” will also have new seasons in the coming month. Among some new original series coming to the streaming service is “The Good Cop,” which stars Josh Groban as an upstanding NYPD officer who lives with his father, a former NYPD officer who is more mischievous and unruly than his son.
A major addition to Netflix’s movie offerings is 1985’s “The Breakfast Club,” the classic teen drama about fitting in and being yourself. “The Breakfast Club,” 1983’s crime thriller “Scarface” and 2006’s animated film “The Ant Bully” will all be available starting on Sept. 1. The feel-good movie “Big Miracle,” starring Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski among other A-listers, is also available for streaming starting on Sept. 30.
Leaving Netflix are some Oscar award-winning films and nominees, including Robin Williams’s “Dead Poets Society,” the crime drama “Casino,” the biographical and historical “The Imitation Game” and the adventure comedy-drama “Moonrise Kingdom.”
More titles coming and going can be found on Parade.com.
Stephanie Santillo is a campus correspondent for The Daily Campus. She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.