‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Californiacation’ & more are new on Netflix in September
Netflix is adding some of today’s most popular movies and cable dramas to its instant streaming service during the month of September. Netflix subscribers can expect entire seasons of Californication and The Blacklist as well as classic movies like Good Morning, Vietnam.
The new slate of movies arriving on the service this month includes A Simple Plan, Cool Runnings, Crocodile Dundee, Detention, Flubber, Girl Rising, Girlfight, Good Morning, Vietnam, Guess Who, Hoodwinked, Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie, Lords of Dogtown, Mirage Men, School of Rock, Small Apartments, Swiss Family Robinson, The Believers, The Blue Lagoon, The Unbelievers, All is Lost, Kid Cannabis, Le Weekend-End, Refuge and Your Sister’s Sister. Later this month the service plans to add Who Is Dayani Crystal, Deadly Code, A Single Man, ,Dennis Miller America 180, Filth, The Moment, Grace Unplugged, Justin and the Knights of Valor, Beginners, One Day, Silver Linings Playbook, 3 Days to Kill, The Double, Bad Grandpa, Lullaby, and Killing Them Softly, according to Moviefone.
Most likely Good Morning Vietnam and a few others on this list are to commemorate actor Robin Williams, who died earlier this year.
Netflix is adding a smattering of popular television shows to its streaming service over the month of September as well. Some of the highlights include The Walking Dead Season 4, which makes its way to the service on September 28th. How I Met Your Mother Season 9 and Parks and Recreation Season 6 are scheduled to arrive just a few days before that on September 26th. Season 2 of Arrow arrives on September 14th along with About A Boy Season 1. Season 1 of The Blacklist and Season 2 of Crash & Bernstein are already available on the service.
Xbox One, Xbox 360, Windows 8, Windows Phone and just about anything else with a display allows users to subscribe to Netflix and stream entire seasons of their favorite shows for $8.99 a month. That’s a stark contrast to most video on-demand services, which usually charge per movie or television show.