Every New Movie, Series, and Special Coming to Netflix in September

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Michele K. Short, Netflix

September is just around the corner, and so is the new season of American Vandal. Netflix’s true crime docuseries parody became one of last year’s biggest surprise hits. Though it didn’t drop until September 2017, it still managed to become the streaming giant’s most binge-watched show of the year. It even snagged a Peabody Award.

Lots of other original programming is making its way to Netflix next month—including new seasons of Iron Fist, Atypical, and Cable Girls, and the debut of Norm Macdonald Has a Show and Maniac (the highly anticipated limited series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill).

But don’t worry—plenty of old favorites will be making their way into your streaming library, too. Among them? Black Panther, Groundhog Day, Scarface, and The Breakfast Club.

SEPTEMBER 1ST

10,000 B.C.

Another Cinderella Story

Assassins

August Rush

Bruce Almighty

Delirium

Fair Game

Groundhog Day

King Kong

La Catedral del Mar

Martian Child

Monkey Twins

Mr. Sunshine

Nacho Libre

Pearl Harbor

Scarface

Sisters

Spider-Man 3

Stephanie

Summer Catch

Sydney White

The Ant Bully

The Breakfast Club

The Cider House Rules

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

The Keeping Hours

The River Wild

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning

Two Weeks Notice

Unforgiven

SEPTEMBER 2ND

Disney's Lilo & Stitch

Disney's The Emperor's New Groove

Maynard

Quantico: Season 3

SEPTEMBER 3RD

A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities

SEPTEMBER 4TH

Marvel Studios' Black Panther

SEPTEMBER 5TH

Van Helsing: Season 2

Wentworth: Season 6

SEPTEMBER 6TH

Once Upon a Time: Season 7

SEPTEMBER 7TH

Atypical: Season 2

Cable Girls: Season 3

City of Joy

Click

First and Last

Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2

Next Gen

Sierra Burgess Is A Loser

Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters: Season 2

The Most Assassinated Woman in the World

SEPTEMBER 10TH

Call the Midwife: Series 7

SEPTEMBER 11TH

Daniel Sloss: Live Shows

The Resistance Banker

SEPTEMBER 12TH

Blacklist: Season 5

Life

On My Skin

SEPTEMBER 14TH

American Vandal: Season 2

Bleach

Boca Juniors Confidential

BoJack Horseman: Season 5

Car Masters: Rust to Riches

Ingobernable: Season 2

Last Hope

Norm Macdonald Has a Show

Super Monsters Monster Party: Songs

The Angel

The Dragon Prince

The Land of Steady Habits

The World's Most Extraordinary Homes: Season 2

SEPTEMBER 15TH

Inside The Freemasons: Season 1

SEPTEMBER 16TH

Role Models

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

SEPTEMBER 17TH

The Witch

SEPTEMBER 18TH

American Horror Story: Cult

D.L. Hughley: Contrarian

Battlefish

Dragon Pilot: Hisone & Masotan

Hilda

Maniac

Nappily Ever After

Quincy

The Good Cop

SEPTEMBER 23RD

The Walking Dead: Season 8

SEPTEMBER 25TH

Disney's A Wrinkle in Time

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

SEPTEMBER 26TH

Norsemen: Season 2

The Hurricane Heist

SEPTEMBER 28TH

Chef's Table: Volume 5

El Marginal: Season 2

Forest of Piano

Hold the Dark

Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: Season 2

Lessons From A School Shooting: Notes from Dunblane

Lost Song

Made in Mexico

Reboot: The Guardian Code: Season 2

Skylanders Academy: Season 3

The 3rd Eye

Two Catalonias

SEPTEMBER 30TH

Big Miracle

This Course Will Teach You How to Play Guitar Like a Pro for $29

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Be honest: You’ve watched a YouTube video or two in an attempt to learn how to play a song on the guitar. Whether it was through tabs or simply copying whatever you saw on the screen, the fun always ends when friends start throwing out requests for songs you have no idea how to play. So how about you actually learn how to play guitar for real this time?

It’s now possible to learn guitar from home with the Ultimate Beginner to Expert Guitar Lessons Bundle, which is currently on sale for $29. Grab that Gibson, Fender, or whatever you have handy, and learn to strum rhythms from scratch.

The strumming course will teach you how to count beats and rests to turn your hands and fingers into the perfect accompaniment for your own voice or other musicians. Then, you can take things a step further and learn advanced jamming and soloing to riff anytime, anywhere. This course will teach you to improvise across various chords and progressions so you can jump into any jam with something original. You’ll also have the chance to dive deep into the major guitar genres of bluegrass, blues, and jazz. Lessons in jam etiquette, genre history, and how to read music will separate you from a novice player.

This bundle also includes courses in ear training so you can properly identify any relative note, interval, or pitch. That way, you can play along with any song when it comes on, or even understand how to modify it into the key you’d prefer. And when the time comes to perform, be prepared with skilled hammer-ons, pull-offs, slides, bends, trills, vibrato, and fret-tapping. Not only will you learn the basic foundations of guitar, you’ll ultimately be able to develop your own style with the help of these lessons.

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Which Friends Character Would Earn the Most Money in the Real World?

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Although Friends went off the air in 2004, the iconic sitcom continues to attract new fans who've discovered the show via re-runs and streaming networks like HBO Max.

To play into this devoted fan base, the professional resume writers at StandOut-CV conducted a fun experiment: They asked more than 3000 fans to predict where Joey, Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Phoebe, and Monica would be today, career-wise. They also took the time to figure out how much each character would earn in their respective fields in the real world. Could we be more curious?

Bringing in the highest salary is Joey, whose acting exploits are projected to earn him approximately $61,022 a year. Next comes Dr. Ross, whose career as a paleontologist brings in an estimated $59,023. After that comes fashion designer Rachel, earning $54,563 a year, followed by Chandler's writer/editor salary of $47,039 annually. Phoebe comes next, with her musical career bringing in an annual salary of $43,604 (although the site doesn't mention how her massage therapy business might factor into her life today). Surprisingly, Monica would bring in the least amount of money; she'd earn an average of $43,165 per year as a head chef.

As far as where fans think the Friends gang would be today, the answers are pretty great: They believe Joey would have expanded his acting career to include his own reality series called Keeping Up With Joey Tribbiani. Monica, meanwhile, would have taken the next step in her culinary career by opening up her own restaurant, and her husband Chandler would have continued his passion for writing at a comics magazine. The last season of Friends follows Rachel as she works as an executive for Ralph Lauren, and fans theorize that she would have used her breadth of experience to start her own fashion brand. It's believed Phoebe would have continued her music career, perhaps even becoming a music teacher, while Ross would have spent time writing dinosaur-themed children's books.

Hopefully, the upcoming Friends reunion special will give fans a final answer on what the characters would be up to today.