All this week’s Netflix Originals (Available from Friday 1st September 2017)

One of the great things about Netflix are their Netflix Originals – be it films or series made by Netflix themselves or exclusive content available only on Netflix after it airs on regular TV. Every week we will give you a round-up of new Netflix Originals becoming available in the next week. We will aim to post every week on Wednesday evening with what will be available over the coming week starting the following Friday. Perfect if you’re looking to check out what new Originals are available to watch over your weekend or if you’re planning a week-long Netflix binge watch! This area is exclusively for Netflix Originals, for general Netflix additions and removals or to view the current full catalogue check out your regional New On Netflix website.

Welcome back after the bank holiday weekend. We trust you enjoyed the extra day off and are loving the short week we are now experiencing as a result. Maybe not. Maybe it means more work for you and not enough hours in the week to do it. Either way, you’re gonna need to unwind come Friday so here is this weeks round-up of new Netflix Originals and season additions. Hello September!

Narcos (Season Three)

Fans of the series following notorious drug lord, Pablo Escobar will be happy to hear that the series returns this Friday with season three. Following the rise and fall of Escobar resulting in his dramatic death, this season follows the rise of the Cali Cartel as it infiltrates Columbia with it’s cocaine movement and the war against narcotics continues. Early critics have noted that the series is not the same without following it’s original lead character but still fails to disappoint viewers with fast paced action and love to hate characters. This season sees new characters and narrative as well as continuing some of the originality of the first two seasons. Love it or hate it, let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Available Friday 1st September 2017

Marc Maron: Too Real

Filmed at a full house Pantages Theatre, Minneapolis, is Marc Maron’s latest stand up comedy special, “Too Real”. Marc Maron is a comedian and podcaster, tv presenter and actor. Viewers may recognise him from Netflix’s comedy series “GLOW” as ‘Sam Sylvia.’ Covering everything from parenting to relationships to documentary film and art in this 1 hour 10 minute long burst of comedy, Maron uses his conversational style of delivery to relate to his audience in a personal way. Whether your Netflix stand up comedy specials are stacking up waiting for you to devote a marathon Netflix comedy binge watch or you prefer to rush to watch the latest stand up as it’s released, let us know in the comments what your thoughts are on Marc Maron’s latest offering to the comedy world and what stand up comedy you would like to see brought to Netflix stand up comedy specials. You can even submit your requests to Netflix. Find out more about that by clicking here.


Available Tuesday 5th September 2017.

Summary of Netflix Originals released week commencing Friday 1st September 2017

Friday 1st September 2017
“Narcos”  Series (Season Three, ten episodes) [Available Globally]

Tuesday 5th September 2017
“Marc Maron: Too Real” Stand Up Comedy Special [Available Globally]

That’s it from us on the Netflix Original releases for this week. Next week sees the release of the new seasons of “BoJack Horseman”, “The Expanse” and Kids animated series “Spirit” as well as brand new additions to Netflix originals. Let us know in the comments what new Netflix Originals and season updates you’re looking forward to and check out the blog next week on Wednesday evening (6th Sep 2017) at 8.15pm for more information and throughout the week for updates and general news.

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