September Netflix Recommendations

Written by ClareWithTheHair

September Netflix Recommendations 

I finished binge watching yet another series on Netflix and I needed more but I was all out of idea’s of what to watch, so I took to social media and asked you, and below is the top 10 recommended by my followers. Say hello to the September Netflix Recommendations based on this feedback, plus scroll to the end to see some Honorable mentions for things NOT on Netflix .


Queen of the South – While living in the barrio of Jalisco, Mexico, poor Teresa Mendoza falls in love with a member of a successful drug cartel, hoping the love will help her rise above the hopelessness she feels in her life. When it doesn’t happen, she is forced to flee the country after her boyfriend is murdered. She seeks refuge in America, where she teams up with an unlikely person from her past to take down the leader of the drug ring that is after her. Teresa ends up starting her own drug empire, becoming one of the world’s wealthiest women in the process. With her success, she discovers that money doesn’t fix all of her problems, and she can only depend on herself if she wants to stay one step ahead of others and stay alive. Season’s 1 & 2 are currently on Netflix.


How to Get away with Murder – This is an American drama television series that premiered on ABC,  The series was created by Peter Nowalk, and produced by Shonda Rhimes and ABC Studios. Season’s 1 to 3 are currently on Netflix


Insatiable – This is an American black comedy-drama web television series created by Lauren Gussis, starring Debby Ryan. It is based on the 2014 New York Times article “The Pageant King of Alabama” by Jeff Chu. Just the one season on Netflix and 13 episodes.


Shamless – is the story of a family of six kids and their drunk and selfish father. The eldest daughter Fiona has to raise the rest of the family on her own. They need to steal food and steal money to live while their father takes everything and offers nothing. Meet the fabulously dysfunctional Gallagher family. Season’s 1 to 7 are on Netflix now.


Power –  is an American crime drama television series created and produced by Courtney A. Kemp. … It has also become a ratings hit for Starz, regularly featuring as one of the network’s most-watched cable shows.. Season’s 1 to 5 are on Netflix now.


One Day at a Time – This Netflix-original comedy-drama is inspired by Norman Lear’s 1975 series of the same name. This time around, the series follows the life of Penelope, a newly single Army veteran, and her Cuban-American family, as they navigate the ups and downs of life. Now a nurse, Penelope is raising two strong-willed children. When faced with challenges, Penelope turns to her “old-school” mother, and her building manager, who has become an invaluable confidant. The series offers a contemporary take on what life looks like in both good and bad times, and how loved ones can help make it all worthwhile. Season’s 1 and 2 are on Netflix now.


Girlboss – Inspired by Sophia Amoruso’s best-selling book, this series follows the rise of Amoruso’s multi-million dollar fashion empire, Nasty Gal. Britt Robertson plays the starring role of Sophia, a rebellious, broke anarchist who decides to start selling vintage clothing online. As her passion — and retail fashion empire — begins to grow, Sophia unexpectedly becomes a businesswoman, who starts realize the value (and difficulties) of being the boss of her own life. Alongside the likes of Charlize Theron and Kay Cannon, Sophia Amoruso serves as an executive producer. Just Season 1 with 13 episodes. (this was recommended a lot but I have already watched it and felt you guys would love it as much as I did)


Atypical – Heartfelt comedy follows Sam, a teenager on the autism spectrum, who has decided he is ready for romance.  The series is created and written by Robia Rashid and Academy Award-winning producer Seth Gordon. Season  1 and 2 are currently on Netflix


Black Mirror – This is a British science fiction anthology television series created by Charlie Brooker, with Brooker and Annabel Jones serving as the programme showrunners. It examines modern society, particularly with regard to the unanticipated consequences of new technologies. Season’s 1 to 4 are currently on Netflix


My Crazy Ex Girlfriend – Successful and driven, Rebecca Bunch seemingly has it all — an upscale apartment in Manhattan and a partnership at a prestigious law firm — but she feels like something is missing. After a chance meeting with a former romantic interest, Rebecca impulsively decides to give up her life in New York and relocate to West Covina, Calif., a Los Angeles suburb she hopes will be the perfect home base as she embarks on a quest for love, adventure and true happiness. Star Rachel Bloom also serves as an executive producer. Season’s 1 to 3 are currently on Netflix

Plus some Honorable mentions for things NOT on Netflix 


The bold Type

Mr Robot

The Handmaids Tale

Eyewitness (US Version)

Some of these are New to watch on Netflix and some have been available for some time, but these were the the 10 recommended by our followers on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.

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