5 Netflix Originals you’ll want to check out in September 2019

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Elite Season 2, The Ranch Part 7, and more will be available on Netflix in September 2019. Here are five Netflix Originals you’ll want to check out.

Netflix has released its offerings for September 2019, and there are plenty of Originals on the list. Whether you’re looking for comedy or drama, there’s something for all. But seeing the full list can be overwhelming, which is why we’re selecting the five Netflix Originals you’ll want to check out next month.

We try to offer something for everyone here. Some will want stand-up comedy, while others will want drama or even a dramedy. Some will want a series and others just want a movie to throw on one weekend. So, here are five offerings that should appeal to you.

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The Ranch — Photo credit: Greg Gayne / Netflix — Acquired via Netflix Media Center

The Ranch Part 7

The Ranch finally returns for its seventh part (the first half of Season 4). We know that Part 8 is going to be the last, so you’ll want to make sure you binge-watch Part 7 and then watch it all over again to catch anything that you’ve missed.

The next set of episodes will pick up where the last set left off. Abby has left Colt and his dad has walked away from the ranch. It’s now up to Colt to make changes and run it all, but the business is going under and he’s not sure what he wants to do next.

Check out the trailer for The Ranch Part 7 from Netflix:

The Ranch Part 7 is available on Sept. 13.

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father Season 3

Jack Whitehall and his dad are back. The two are on another round of traveling, bringing two different generations and expectations together.

It’s certainly been a fun ride for fans of the British comedian during the first two seasons. We’ve seen father and son get irritated with each other but also find new things they love about one another. Their bond is no doubt stronger than ever.

Just what are the two going to get up to in Season 3? There’s not even a trailer out yet, so we’ll have to wait and see!

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father Season 3 will be available on Sept. 6.

More: The Society renewed for Season 2 by Netflix

THE POLITICIAN — Courtesy of Netflix — Acquired via Netflix Media Center

The Politician

The next Netflix Original on the list comes from Ryan Murphy, so you know it’s going to be dark, funny, and full of political incorrectness in a great way. The Politician is a new series debuting on Netflix during this month with a powerhouse of stars including Jessica Lange and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Payton has one dream: to become the President of the United States. However, he needs to get through high school first and that includes getting to become Student Body President. There are plenty of waters to navigate along the way, with people even willing to kill him to take out the competition.

You’ll want to check out this trailer because there’s nothing that I can say that will do this justice.

The Politician debuts on Netflix on Sept. 27.

The Spy

The Spy is a series, but it’s going to feel more like a long movie. It’s a limited series, which means just the one season. Sasha Baron Cohen stars as Eli Cohen, an Israeli clerk-turned-spy. Set in the 1960s, Cohen will go on a mission to spy for Massoud in Syria and this mission is going to take years.

If you love everything else Cohen has done, there’s no doubt that this limited series is going to be for you. Even without a trailer, this is going to be one to watch.

The Spy is out on Sept. 6 on Netflix.

Elite — Photo credit: Manuel Fernandez-Valdes — Acquired via Netflix Media Center

Elite Season 2

There is only one show that can be number one on the list. Elite Season 2 debuts during the month and it’s about time. This Spanish-language series has been one of the best things Netflix has brought in many years.

If you haven’t watched the first season yet, get caught up right away. It’s one of those foreign Netflix Originals that you’ll happily sit through subtitles on. Or you can opt for the English dubbing, but my preference is subtitles.

With all the secrets and lies from the first season, the students need to deal with the aftermath in Season 2. Also, the wrong person has been charged with murder. How will the group make sure the right person goes down? Do they even want to?

Check out the trailer for Elite Season 2:

Elite Season 2 will be released on Sept. 6 on Netflix.

What are you watching on Netflix in September? Which Netflix Originals stand out for you? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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