The war on the Colombian drug cartels continues…without Pablo Escobar. But Pedro Pascal’s back as DEA Agent Pena. So is his moustache. Available Sept 1.
BoJack Horseman 4
More misadventures with the washed-up sitcom TV star (voiced by Will Arnett). Available Sept 8.
Four-part docu the brave men and women of Cal Fire and Los Angeles County Fire Department battling the seasonal wildfire crisis. Available Sept 8.
A series parody of the true-crime genre. Available Sept 15.
Jerry Before Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld makes his Netflix debut with this special where he revisit his early career. Yes, he’ll tell new jokes, too. Available Sept 19.
Star Trek: Discovery
Seek out new life and new civilisations and boldly go where no man has gone before with Michelle Yeoh (with her Malaysian accent) and The Walking Dead’s Sonequa Martin-Green. Available Sept 25.
Terrace House: Aloha State: Part 4
More Big Brother shenanigans, Japanese-style. Who’s moving? Who’s moving out? We wanna know… Available Sept 26.
Designated Survivor 2
Let’s see how Kiefer Sutherland will fare in his second term as POTUS. Available Sept 28.
Docu about three women waging war on the opioid epidemic in a West Virginia town. Available Sept 12.
First They Killed My Father
Angelina Jolie-directed drama about a five-year-old girl living under Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge genocidal regime in the 1970s. Available Sept 15.
Gaga: Five Foot Two
Docu about a year in the life of Lady Gaga, at work, at play and at home. Available Sept 22.
Our Souls at Night
Twilight romance starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda. Available Sept 29.
Extraordinary docu about how Curb Your Enthusiasm exonerated a man accused of a crime he didn’t commit. Yes, Curb Your Enthusiasm, the TV show. Available Sept 29.
Information correct at time of writing