Here’s Every New Netflix Show Coming This Fall

Keely Flaherty
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Everyone knows that fall is the best season — this is a simple and irrefutable fact. And even though fall doesn’t technically begin until September 22, everyone knows September 1 is the unofficial start of fall, so CONGRATS, EVERYONE: IT’S ALMOST FALL.

Now it’s time for you to grab a mug of hot apple cider, curl up in front of the warm glow of a computer screen, and dive into everyone’s favorite cool weather activity: Staying inside and watching Netflix. In honor of fall’s fast approach, here’s everything you can look forward to binging on Netflix in the coming months.

1. Marvel’s Iron Fist (Season 2)

Colleen Danny Iron Fist S2
Colleen and Danny brood beautifully. (Photo credit: Linda Kallerus / Netflix)

Premiere date: September 7
In the show’s sophomore season, Marvel’s most divisive Defender, billionaire Danny Rand (Finn Jones), aka Iron Fist, will continue using his martial arts mastery and glowing hand to bring justice and order to New York City. Hopefully we’ll get a whole lot of Colleen Wing and some cameos from all of Danny’s fellow Defenders.

2. Atypical (Season 2)

Sam is back for the second season. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: September 7
The second season of Netflix’s original series will continue the story of Sam (Keir Gilchrist), a teen on the autistic spectrum. This season he’ll continue his journey of self-discovery alongside his loving mother Elsa (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and a host of delightful supporting cast featuring Michael Rapaport, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Amy Okuda, Nik Dodani, and Jenna Boyd.

 

3. BoJack Horseman (Season 5)

BoJack is back. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: September 14
Everyone’s favorite self-loathing former sitcom star is back. We’re five seasons in, but things still don’t seem to be looking up for BoJack (Will Arnett). Luckily, we’re likely to continue getting that poignant and incisive humor that’s given the show both longevity and a loyal fanbase.

4. American Vandal (Season 2)

The Turd Burglar strikes. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: September 14
After its pitch-perfect first season, the true crime mockumentary will return with a new case, a (mostly) new cast, and a new mystery set in an elite Catholic school. The second season follows the mysterious actions of a prankster known only as the Turd Burglar, who takes poop-related pranks to new heights. Maybe hold off on snacking while you watch this one.

5. Ingobernable (Season 2)

Looks like Emilia's already making waves this season. (Photo credit: Juan Pablo Gutiérrez / Netflix)

Premiere date: September 14
The political drama returns with Emilia Urquiza (Kate del Castillo) primed to become a true revolutionary leader. But soon Emilia will have to come to terms with the corruption not only within her country, but within her own family as well.

6. Norm Macdonald Has A Show

David Letterman stops by. (Photo credit: Eddy Chen / Netflix)

Premiere date: September 14
Longtime comedian and Saturday Night Live alum Norm Macdonald will host a brand new show alongside his trusty sidekick, Adam Eget. Together they’ll interview a whole host of celebrity guests including Drew Barrymore, David Spade, Judge Judy, David Letterman, Jane Fonda, Chevy Chase, M. Night Shyamalan, Michael Keaton, Billy Joe Shaver, and Lorne Michaels.

7. The Good Cop

The two Tonys hang out. (Photo credit: Michele K Short / Netflix)

Premiere date: September 17
TV icon Tony Danza plays Tony Sr., a disgraced former NYPD officer who never followed the rules. Now he lives with his son, Tony Jr. (Josh Groban), an earnest and obsessively honest NYPD detective who, unlike his dad, always follows the rules. In an unexpected turn of events, the father and son become unofficial partners and try to balance each other’s wildly different viewpoints.

8. Maniac

Annie answers some questions. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: September 21
The highly anticipated new miniseries follows Annie Landsberg (Emma Stone) and Owen Milgrim (Jonah Hill), two strangers in the midst of a mysterious pharmaceutical trial. Annie’s disaffected, aimless, and fixated on broken relationships with her mother and her sister. Owen is the fifth son of wealthy New York industrialists, and has struggled his whole life with a disputed diagnosis of schizophrenia. The promise of a new, radical kind of pharmaceutical treatment — a sequence of pills its inventor, Dr. James K. Mantleray (Justin Theroux), claims can repair anything about the mind — draws Annie, Owen, and ten other strangers to the facilities of Neberdine Pharmaceutical and Biotech for a three-day drug trial. They’re assured that the trial will, with no complications or side-effects whatsoever, solve all of their problems, permanently. Things don’t go as planned.

9. Made in Mexico

Cast member Columba Díaz strikes a pose. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: September 28
Netflix’s first Mexican reality series follows Mexico City’s wealthy socialites and their opulent lifestyles, revealing the flawed lives of the seemingly perfect elite. In what promises to be a lush and dramatic new series, the cast members are passionate, unapologetically real, fashionable, sophisticated, and know how to set trends in one of the world’s most culturally vibrant cities.

10. Dancing Queen

Justin helps his student with her hair. (Photo credit: Jake Giles Netter / Netflix)

Premiere date: October 5
Justin Jonson — aka Drag Superstar Alyssa Edwards — stars in a new show that follows him juggling his dance, drag, and love lives. Filmed in Justin’s hometown of Mesquite, Texas, Dancing Queen goes behind the makeup and into the drag performer’s highly competitive Beyond Belief Dance Company as he prepares his young class for an intensely competitive season.

11. The Haunting of Hill House

The siblings begin to confront their past. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: October 12
Based on Shirley Jackson’s iconic horror novel, The Haunting of Hill House explores the dynamic between a group of siblings who grew up in what would go on to become the most famous haunted house in the country. When tragedy strikes, the adult siblings are forced to reunite and confront the ghosts of their past.

12. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Sabrina visits the mysterious woods in her hometown. (Image credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: October 26
This is certainly not the Sabrina millennials grew up with. The show, and the most recent Archie comic series of the same name, are both helmed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa — who’s also the showrunner on Riverdale, right down the street from Sabrina’s hometown of Greendale. In this iteration, Sabrina is a dark coming-of-age story that’s tonally similar to Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist. The adaptation finds Sabrina, who is half-witch and half-mortal, struggling to reconcile her dual nature, protect her friends and family, and keep the forces of supreme evil at bay.

13. House of Cards (Season 6)

Annette and Claire grab a photo opp. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: November 2
The sixth and final season of Netflix’s original series finds Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) returning as President of the United States alongside a star-studded supporting cast. Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear star as Annette Shepherd and Bill Shepherd, a sister and brother who inherited Shepherd Unlimited, a leading industrial conglomerate whose family foundations exert a powerful behind-the-scenes force in the American political landscape. The two share a vision for the future of America, as well as a complicated past with the Underwoods.

14. She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

She-Ra begins to discover her own power. (Photo credit: Courtesy of Netflix)

Premiere date: November 16
She-Ra is the story of an orphan named Adora (Aimee Carrero) who leaves behind her former life when she discovers a magical sword that transforms her into the mythical warrior princess known as She-Ra. As her life changes, Adora finds a new family in the Rebellion and unites a group of magical princesses who ultimately band together in the ultimate fight against evil.

15. The Kominsky Method

Sandy and Norman pal around. (Photo credit: Mike Yarish / Netflix)

Premiere date: November 16
Helmed by sitcom legend Chuck Lorre, this new dramedy chronicles the later years of Sandy Kominsky (Michael Douglas), a once-famous actor turned acting coach, and his longtime agent Norman Newlander (Alan Arkin). The two friends tackle life’s inevitable curveballs as they navigate their later years in Los Angeles, a city that values youth and beauty.

16. Narcos: Mexico (Season 4)

DEA agent Kiki Camarena takes on a new challenge. (Photo credit: Carlos Somonte / Netflix)

Premiere date: November 16
The Netflix Original series Narcos resets with a time jump in its fourth season, Narcos: Mexico. Traveling back to the rise of the Guadalajara Cartel in the ’80s, Mexico follows Félix Gallardo (Diego Luna) as he unifies traffickers to build an empire. On the other side of the law, DEA agent Kiki Camarena (Michael Peña) takes on a new assignment in Guadalajara, moving his wife and young son from California with him. The men’s lives become increasingly entangled, leading to a tragic chain of events that will affect both sides of the drug trade for years to come.

Now, it’s worth nothing that there are some other exciting Netflix projects currently slated to be released in 2018 — Dogs of Berlin, Kiss Me FirstSamantha!, and Green Eggs and Ham, just to name a few — but they don’t have concrete release dates yet. So here’s hoping Netflix surprises us with a few more fall treats. In the meantime, happy watching.

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