For those who crave the couch, savour the sofa and can binge with the best of us, Man of Many have compiled a list of essential watching for September. From punches thrown with Marvel\u2019s Iron Fist S2, to the visually delectable morsels being served up in Chef's Table Volume 5, September is shaping up to be one helluva month for those out there who cry out for more content. Here\u2019s the best of what you can expect next month on\u00a0Netflix:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nYou\u2019ll also like:\r\nWatch This Next \u2013 The Thick Of It\r\nWatch This Next On Netflix\u2013 Godless\r\nWatch This Netflix Show Next \u2013 Wild, Wild Country\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=kvvWB0GwCek\r\nMarvel's Iron Fist: Season 2\r\n\r\nWith the defeat of the Hand, Chinatown is left vulnerable to turf wars, and Danny must protect the streets of New York with his nothing but his fist\u2026..take from that what you will. If you\u2019re a Marvel fanatic, this one's going to be a \u2018must watch\u2019 in September. If you\u2019re unfamiliar, the soundtrack for Season 1 was pretty cool and when Danny\u2019s fist goes all-glowy and he punches the heck out of someone, that\u2019s also pretty cool. Marvel\u2019s Iron Fist: Season 2 drops on the 7th.\r\nFirst and Last\r\nIn a Netflix first, filmmakers will focus on the criminal experience\u2026..sigh. In this case, they\u2019ll be going inside Georgia's Gwinnett County Jail to capture two days that define an inmate's experience: the first and last. An interesting twist to be sure, but I imagine the first and last day both suck.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=18yuRS2fytQ\r\nAtypical: Season 2\r\nA-typical follows a charming teenager who\u2019s personality sits on the autism spectrum, and the challenges he faces, mostly romantic. Season 2 follows Elsa and Doug in the aftermath of their marriage crisis and while Casey tries to adjust to her new school, Sam prepares for life after graduation. Atypical: Season 2 is out on the 7th.\r\nLa Catedral del Mar\r\nA first from the newly established Netflix content hub in Madrid, La Catedral del Mar is set In 14th-century Barcelona. We follow the story of a serf's determined climb to wealth and freedom, and surprise, surprise, he\u2019s not too much liked by the noble class, even drawing the suspicion of the Inquisition to boot. If you love a good period piece, LCDM drops on the 1st of September.\r\nMonkey Twins\r\nInspired by Khon dance drama and Thai martial arts, a fighter scarred by the past joins forces with a determined cop to battle an organized crime ring. It\u2019s \u2018Rush Hour\u2019 meets \u2018Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon\u2019 with a dash of \u2018Dragon Ball Z\u2019, what\u2019s not to love? Monkey Twins is available to stream on the 1st.\r\nBoJack Horseman: Season 5\r\nOur favourite equine no-hoper is back for Season 5. BoJack's finally back on-screen as the star of "Philbert," a new detective series produced by Princess Carolyn. But his demons are out in full force, and hilariousness ensues. You can catch up with Bo\u2019 on the 14th.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=q7fmi_Djskg\r\nCable Girls: Season 3\r\nAfter a tragedy, Lidia fights passionately for her family, Carlota finds her voice, \u00c1ngeles goes undercover and Marga reveals a talent for accounting\u2014exciting stuff. All of Cable Girls S3 is available on the 7th to stream.\r\nThe Good Cop\r\nThe man himself, (hold me closer) Tony Danza stars in this new Netflix Dramedy. The 1-part series follows honest cop Tony Jr. taking (and refusing) advice from his unscrupulous father, retired NYPD officer Tony Sr., about everything from his job to his love life. The Good Cop drops on the 21st.\r\nDRAGON PILOT: Hisone & Masotan\r\nHow To Train Your Dragon, shit, sorry, Dragon Pilot follows recently stationed Air Self-Defense Force rookie Hisone Amakasu who\u2019s soon chosen by a dragon concealed within Gifu Air Base to be his pilot. A TV special effects dragon that\u2019s not on Game Of Thrones? Where do we sign up!? Check it out on the 21st.\r\nNorsemen: Season 2\r\nThe sea road to the west has been found, but Nordheim's villagers must still cope with power struggles and the ever-present threat of Jarl Varg. It\u2019s \u2018Vikings\u2019 with a sense of humour, and well worth a look-in for first-timers. For those familiar, Season 2 is available in its entirety from the 26th.\r\nThe Good Place: Season 3\r\nFollowing the story of Veronica Mars\u2019 life in the afterlife, Eleanor has been reincarnated and is living it up back on Earth\u2014all thanks to Michael's argument on their behalf, Eleanor and her fellow condemned souls have another chance to find the right road. Hopefully, she finds her calling as a high school private eye. The Good Place Season 3 is out on the 28th.\r\nShooter: Season 3\r\nWhen an archenemy reveals information about Bob Lee's father, the veteran sniper is drawn into a conspiracy that strikes too close to home. For those who love their content dripping in \u2018America\u2019, Shooter Season 3 is available to stream from the 7th.\r\nORIGINAL FILM\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=ZbKDFMW8hGE\r\nThe Land of Steady Habits\r\nFeeling trapped in the stifling, wealthy enclave of Westport, Connecticut, a man retires from his job in finance and leaves his wife in the hopes that it will renew his lust for life, although perhaps just leaving the finance job would have done the trick. He befriends a drug-addicted teen, sending him down a path of reckless, regrettable behaviour. His shameful actions cause him to question who he is as a father and, ultimately, who he is as a person. Starring the fantastic homegrown Ben Mendelsohn, this one could actually be good. Check it out on the 14th.\r\nThe Most Assassinated Woman in the World\r\nBased loosely on a true story, The Most Assassinated Woman In The World (TMAWW) hones in on the fascinating story of actress Paula Maxxa. Apparently, she was murdered on-stage over 10,000 times in at least 60 different ways and sexually assaulted\u2019 at least 3,000 times\u2014talk about grim. Taking place in 1930s Paris, the actress fulfils her duties with the Grand Guignol Theater, whilst contending with a mysterious stalker and ghosts from her past. TMAWW is out on the 7th.\r\nBleach\r\nBased on the popular Manga, turned anime, Netflix is tackling the daunting task of turning it live-action. Bleach tells the story of high schooler Ichigo who is suddenly gifted reaper abilities. Fingers crossed they don\u2019t butcher it....eh hem\u2026.Death Note. See for yourself on the 14th.\r\nHold the Dark\r\nStarring that bloke from Westworld, Hold The dark is part, \u2018Whodunit\u2019 part \u2018The Grey\u2019. Summoned to a remote Alaskan village to search for wolves that took a local boy, a naturalist soon finds himself caught in a harrowing mystery. Sound intriguing? Hold The Dark is out on the 28th.\r\nORIGINAL COMEDY\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=bO6_OBXNOwM\r\nDaniel Sloss: Live Shows\r\nThe dark mind of Scotsman, Daniel Sloss is back, and he\u2019s ready to find the funny in some very taboo topics, from the deeply personal to the highly irreverent. Live Shows debuts on the 11th on Netflix.\r\nD.L. Hughley: Contrarian\r\nComedian D.L. Hughley riffs on politics, "Black Panther," his upbringing and more in a rapid-fire stand-up show at Philadelphia's Merriam Theater, on the 18th.\r\nORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=MNy0MG_iy0Y\r\nCity of Joy\r\nDespite the warm and fuzzy title, the story of the City Of Joy is a bleak one. That said, it\u2019s important we don\u2019t shy away from programs that confront us. This doco follows women who've been sexually brutalized in war-torn Congo as they begin to heal at the City of Joy, a centre that helps them regain a sense of self and empowerment. City Of Joy is out on the 7th.\r\nQuincy\r\nDirected by Rashida Jones (Parks & Rec) and Alan Hicks, the Tribeca-produced film provides unprecedented access into Quincy Jones' legendary life. This is the guy who helped bring Frank Sinatra\u2019s mellow croon into big band territory. \u2018Quincy\u2019 will detail both the private life and public career of legendary music producer Quincy Jones\u2014oh and did you know that Rashida is his daughter? Should make for some intimate filmmaking. Whip out your phone and set a reminder, Quincy is out on the 21st.\r\nChef's Table: Volume 5\r\nThis season, meet four innovative chefs who are shaking up the food culture in Philadelphia, Istanbul, Bangkok and Barcelona. Season 5 is out on the 28th, so plenty of time to feast your eyes on the previous seasons\u2014make sure you keep an eye out for Melbourne\u2019s \u2018Attica\u2019 in Season 1, our boy Ben has his finger seriously pressed on the pulse.\r\nBoca Juniors Confidential\r\nThis docuseries profiles Argentine soccer power Boca Juniors, highlighting the relationships between coaches and players as they contend for trophies. FIFA dance mums for adults will be available to stream from the 14th.\r\nLessons From A School Shooting: Notes from Dunblane\r\nDevastated by the school shooting in his town, a priest from Sandy Hook, Connecticut, bonds with a Scottish priest who experienced a similar tragedy. Perhaps a bit dry, ie; one priest chatting to another priest about a pretty bleak topic? That said, Netflix doesn\u2019t tend to drop the ball in the doco dept so check out Lessons From A School Shooting: Notes From Dunblane on the 28th.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nYou\u2019ll also like:\r\nWatch This Next \u2013 The Thick Of It\r\nWatch This Next \u2013 Hannibal\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to\u00a0Man of Many? You can also follow us on\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Instagram, and\u00a0YouTube.