Shorter days and longer nights mean more movie time for families. So grab your snuggly fall blanket and settle in—Netflix has some great new kids’ shows and movies releasing on the platform this month. Here’s what you need to know to watch.

Coming to Netflix in September

Sep. 1: Barbie: Big City, Big Dreams
The Big Apple is the setting for this movie that brings Malibu Barbie and Barbie from Brooklyn together at a summer performing arts center.

Sep. 1: Kid-E-Cats (Season 2)
Join kitten siblings, Cookie, Pudding and Candy as they go on learning adventures guided by their love of sweets and a sense of curiosity.

Sep. 1: A Cinderella Story
A modern-day high school is the setting of this retelling of the Cinderella story, starring Hillary Duff.

Sep. 1: The Nutty Professor I & II
Eddie Murphy plays overweight professor, Sherman Klump, in these zany comedies that will make you laugh.

Sep. 1: Labyrinth
Enjoy this ‘80s musical fantasy movie that features David Bowie in drag alongside Jim Henson puppets.

Sep. 1: Open Season 2
A kidnapped dachshund is a much-needed distraction for groom, Elliott the deer's, wedding jitters in this sequel.

Sep. 3: Sharkdog (Season 1)
Half shark, half dog, all appetite is the theme of this series about the antics of Max and his toothy new BFF, Sharkdog.

Sep. 5: Bunk’d (Season 5)
The Ross sibs are off to summer camp in season 5 of this popular kids show.

Sep. 7: Kid Cosmic (Season 2)
It’s the second season of this amusing animated show all about a boy, his powerful cosmic stones and dreams of becoming a superhero.

Sep. 7: Octonauts: Above & Beyond (Season 1)
Sound the Octo-alert! Because the kid-favorite Octonauts are going above and beyond—out of the water and onto land—in this new show.

Sep. 8: Chhota Bheem (Season 8)
The latest season of this animated Indian series features new adventures for Bheem and friends in Dholakpur.

Sep. 8: Show Dogs
In an effort to save a baby panda, a “ruff”-around-the-edges police dog goes undercover at a prestigious dog show. The ultimate buddy cop movie for kids.

Sep. 10: Firedrake the Silver Dragon
A young dragon takes on a hero’s challenge: to find a safe place for dragons when their home is threatened by humans. But will he have to team up with the enemy to do it?

Sep. 10: Pokemon Master Journey: The Series (Part 1)
Ash, Goh and their Pokeman partners are back in the 24th season of this super popular series. Gotta catch them all!

Sep. 10: Titipo Titipo (Season 2)
Get on board with this animated train series featuring Titipo and his Train Village friends.

Sep. 14: A StoryBots Space Adventure
The StoryBots are joined by the civilian-astronauts of the Inspiration4 to answer kids’ questions about their mission into space.

Sep. 16: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Season 1)
In another He-Man animated series, misfit teen, Adam, harnesses the Power of Greyskull so he can take on Skeletor.

Sep. 17: Tayo and Little Wizards
If your kiddos love Tayo the Little Bus they’ll get a kick out of this spin-off series.

Sep. 21: Go! Go! Cory Carson: Chrissy Takes the Wheel
Cory Carson’s sister, Chrissy, is the center of this car-themed adventure show for preschoolers.

Sep. 24: My Little Pony: A New Generation
“Why can’t we all just get along?” is the burning question one hero is determined to answer as she tries to unite Earth Ponies, Pegasi and Unicorns.

Sep. 28: Ada Twist, Scientist (Season 1)
Based on the popular kid’s book, Ada and her two best friends use their noggins to ask big questions and come up with creative solutions. Get the full scoop here.

Sep. 29: Polly Pocket (Season 3, Part1)
Join Polly in her pint-sized adventures that are big on fun, thanks to a magical locket.

Kids' Titles Leaving Netflix in September

Catch these popular titles while you still can:


Angry Birds (Seasons 1 & 2)

The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid Part II

The Karate Kid Part II

Kung Fu Panda

Kung Fu Panda 2

The Unicorn (Season 1)

—Allison Sutcliffe & Gabby Cullen 

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