The other day, we reported the titles that Netflix will be getting rid of at the end of this Labor Day weekend. Well, as the saying goesm it’s out with the old and in with the new for the streaming service. While you may be in mourning that The Fisher King and Dirty Dancing are getting the heave-ho, there’s a ton of exciting movies coming.
Here’s just a few of the titles coming to Netflix starting in September:
All Is Lost
Good Morning, Vietnam
Silver Linings Playbook
Swiss Family Robinson
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain
A Single Man
Killing Them Softly
Lords of Dogtown
School of Rock
Your Sister’s Sister
As for the television shows coming in September there’s a bunch to catch up on.
About a Boy (season 1)
Arrow (season 2)
The Blacklist (season 1)
Bones (season 9)
Californication (seasons 1-7)
Criminal Minds (seasons 7-9)
The Fosters (season 2)
From Dusk Till Dawn (season 1)
How I Met Your Mother (season 9)
The League (season 5)
New Girl (season 3)
That’s just to name a few.
The most exciting deal comes from NBC’s The Blacklist. Deadline reports that Netflix acquired The Blacklist for a hefty $2 million per episode. You don’t exactly have to do the math to figure out that’s a boatload of money. It’s said that the first season will debut next weekend on the streaming service.
So far a lot of people are reacting to the amount of money Netflix paid out for the series starring James Spader.
— Knockers (@Nyoaka) August 28, 2014
— Nedu (@MisfitRebeI) August 30, 2014
@IGN insane… but the series does have potential
— Mike W. (@S3IJl) August 29, 2014
“@hannibalburess: I feel like Netflix licensing Blacklist for 2 million per episode is their version of buying bottles in the club.”
— cool (@basamillion) August 29, 2014
What will you be checking out after Labor Day weekend?