"American Horror Story: Apocalypse"
photo: FX

Disney lovers may be pushed to the brink and end up subscribing to the upcoming Disney+ streaming service, because more and more content is leaving other services, like Netflix. 

In September alone, Mulan, Pocahontas, Lilo & Stitch, and spin-off Leroy & Stitch are all leaving Netflix, so watch before they're all gone. However, there are plenty of other great titles coming in to replace them. 

New seasons of fan-favorite shows like The Walking Dead, Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and American Horror Story are all popping up. Plus, brand-new Netflix Original series and movies are also coming to the platform. 

Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (Season 6) – September 1 

Watch the penultimate season of the Marvel superhero series before the seventh and final season airs on ABC sometime next year. Deadline interviewed producer Jeph Loeb about the emotional, yet satisfying, ending to come. "I personally believe that every great Marvel story ends to be continued, but the short answer is, yes, it will conclude in a way that is incredibly emotional, and in the best ways," Loeb said. 

The Walking Dead (Season 9) – September 1

Members of the core group of zombie-slayers have remained season after season, and it just seems to get gorier and grittier. However, the show lost its lead this season when Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) left the show. Now that Christian Serratos has the option of playing Selena Quintanilla in a new Netflix limited series, her character, Rosita Espinoza, could potentially be leaving as well. 

Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father (Season 3) – September 6

In this hilarious, dry, and witty British comedy, a father-son duo travel the world together. Jack Whitehall has an adventurous spirit and yearns to see the world with his aging father, who gripes and groans throughout the whole journey. For those who love the dry British sense of humor, this show is an absolute must-see. 

Unbelievable – September 13

Booksmart's Kaitlyn Dever stars in a completely different genre and mood from Olivia Wilde's comedic directorial debut. Based on a Pulitzer Prize–winning article, the limited series follows Marie (Dever), a teen who claims she was raped by a potential serial rapist, but police, family, and even herself begin to doubt her story. Emmy Award winners Toni Collette and Merritt Wever also star. 

Tall Girl – September 13

Newcomer actress and model Ava Michelle stars as a six-foot-one high schooler, Jodi, who deals with body acceptance and fitting in. The short and petite Sabrina Carpenter stars as Jodi's older sister in the coming-of-age tale. Michelle shared a behind-the-scenes video with the cast and crew on the New Orleans set, and wrote, "Mood cuz... TALL GIRL COMES OUT SEPTEMBER 13th on @netflix." 

Surviving R. Kelly – September 15

This award-winning limited series tells the stories of the young women who were sexually abused by R&B singer R. Kelly. In this heartbreaking bonus clip, the women share what they would tell the musician if they had the chance. Many in the music industry, including John Legend and Chance the Rapper, denounced R. Kelly after the allegations came forward in the six-part documentary series. 

American Horror Story: Apocalypse (Season 8) – September 24

"American Horror Story: Apocalypse" scene
photo: FX

Fans can finally binge-watch all of the eighth season of the FX series — and just in time for the arrival of the ninth installment. Season 9 will debut this September on FX and revolves around a knife-wielding slasher at a summer camp in the '80s. AHS: Apocalypse had a wide range of twists and turns, including the revival of some fan-favorite groups and characters from past seasons.

The Politician – September 27

Another highly anticipated Ryan Murphy project starring Ben Platt, Jessica Lange, Lucy Boynton, and more is about a high school student body president election that turns sour. The comedic limited series is obviously a commentary on our own corrupt government and road to elections. This is Murphy's second fictitious political venture, as his next installment of American Crime Story will follow the Bill Clinton impeachment scandal.