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New on Netflix in September

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Netflix is really trying to make users feel young again: After adding Reading Rainbow to its lineup in August, the streaming service will soon offer Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood come September.

The Oscar-nominated twosome of Moonrise Kingdom and Philomena will also join Netflix, along with new seasons of The League, Portlandia, The Blacklist, and more. See the full list below.

Available Sept. 1

Puffin Rock, season 1

The League, season 6

Da Jammies, season 1

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, volume 1

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

Zathura

72 Dangerous Animals: Australia, season 1

Giggle and Hoot’s Best Ever!

Person of Interest, seasons 1-3

Up in the Air

Combustion

Los Hombres También Lloran, season 1

Available Sept. 2

Black or White

Available Sept. 4

Bad Night

Madam Secretary, season 1

Available Sept. 8

6 Years

Available Sept. 9

Teen Beach Movie 2

Available Sept. 10

Longmire, season 4

Fugitivos

Available Sept. 11

Madame Bovary

Available Sept. 12

Portlandia, season 5

Why Did I Get Married?

Available Sept. 13

Comedy Bang! Bang!, season 4 (part 2)

Available Sept. 14

Call the Midwife, series 4

Available Sept. 15

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

Available Sept. 16

The Blacklist, season 2

Moonrise Kingdom

Available Sept. 17

The Mysteries of Laura, season 1

Available Sept. 18

Keith Richards: Under the Influence

Available Sept. 21

Gotham, season 1

The Following, season 3

Available Sept. 22

Smosh: The Movie

Person of Interest, season 4

Philomena

Available Sept. 25

VeggieTales in the House, season 1

Parenthood, season 6

Blue Bloods, season 5

Hawaii Five-O, season 5

Available Sept. 27

The Walking Dead, season 5

Available Sept. 29

Bones, season 10

R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls

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