The Best TV Shows Coming to Netflix UK in September
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Summer has finally come to an end, Freshers is just around the corner and Netflix is about to unleash a load of excellent new content. Combat homesickness and curl up into Autumn with the returning seasons of some firm original favourites, including Iron Fist, BoJack Horseman and The Good Place. Atypical: Season 2 - 7th September Thirteen Reasons Why and Insatiable might be problematic, but Atypical is a teen-aimed Netflix original with a blessedly positive twist. The second season catches up with autistic high-schooler Sam as he prepares for life after graduation. Iron Fist: Season 2 - 7th September The latest instalment of the Netflix/Marvel universe sees another round of solo adventures for Danny Rand - a.k.a The Immortal Iron Fist. Fresh from battling crime with The Defenders and Luke Cage, Danny puts his skills to good use protecting the streets of New York from the Turf wars rising up in Chinatown. American Horror Story: Cult - 8th September Ahead of the upcoming Apocalypse, the most recent series of American Horror Story is joining the Netflix vaults. The seventh seasons takes on a scarily real edge as it explores the horrors of Trump's America.
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Inside No. 9: Season 3 - 21st September The third series of Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton's dark comedy anthology series is joining the Netflix vaults this month. Guest stars include Derek Jacobi, Keeley Hawes, Tamzin Outhwaite and Felicity Kendal. The Good Place: Season 3- 28th September Holy mother-forking shirtballs, we've missed The Good Place - but never fear. The feel-good comedy series returns at the end of the month and follows Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason as they continue to dodge bullets in the afterlife. Hannibal: Season 3 - 29th September The final season of Bryan Fuller's gorgeous, murderous, all too prematurely cancelled drama series joins the streaming service on the 29th. The third course sees Will Graham facing not only the eponymous cannibal doctor, but also Richard Armitage's deranged Tooth Fairy.
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