What’s New On Netflix This Week: September 9th – September 15th

Article by Maureen Kasuku
Posted: September 09, 2019

Here’s what you have to look forward to this week on Netflix:

Netflix Release Date: Tuesday, September 10th

Showtime’s Shameless is one of the only shows from the network to continue to come to Netflix. The latest season of Shameless sees several cast changes as some of the cast goes to work on other projects throughout the duration. We also are set to see more departures by the end of Shameless season 9 too.

This season we see Frank turn to politics as his time in the workplace comes to a quick close.

Bill Burr: Paper Tiger (2019) Netflix Original

Netflix Release Date: Tuesday, September 10th

Bill Burr is one of the most prolific comedians on Netflix. His first special first arrived on Netflix back in 2014 as one of the first Original stand-up specials.

His new stand-up talks about outrage culture, male feminism, and cultural appropriation.

Just a reminder, you can also catch Bill Burr in Netflix’s F is for Family which is waiting on its fourth season to release sometime in 2020.

The Ranch (Part 7) Netflix Original

Netflix Release Date: Friday, September 13th

The end is nigh for The Ranch which sees part 7 due out by the end of the week. There are only 20 episodes remaining for the show with the first 10 of the twenty due out this week.

We’ll see Colt adjust to his new life as a father and begin wrapping things up in the overall story.

The I-Land (Limited Series) Netflix Original

Netflix Release Date: Thursday, September 12th

This series is clearly gunning for the audience that made LOST one of the biggest shows of the earliest 21st Century.

Starring Kate Bosworth, Sibylla Deen, Kota Eberhardt, and Gilles Geary, it’ll see 10 people wake up on an island with no recollection as to how they got there.


Surviving R. Kelly

Netflix Release Date: Sunday, September 15th

This six-part docu-series will take a look at the accusations that face the R&B star R. Kelly which first aired on Lifetime.

Netflix will also be getting the additional episodes entitled, Aftermath.

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