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.
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.
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
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.