17 Animated Movies and Shows Coming To Netflix in September

What to expect from Netflix in September:

For September,  Netflix has more than a few shows and movies to choose from for all ages. From Autobots to dinosaurs and book adaptations to video games, expect to be glued to the couch this month. 

Movies and Shows Coming to Netflix in September:

Netflix September 1

The Boss Baby: Get That Baby! 

Crawl your way up the corporate ladder with this interactive Dreamworks special that puts your skills to the test and matches you up with one of 16 jobs at baby Corp. 

Photo Credit: Youtube / Netflix

True: Friendship Day 

When a giant Grippity-Grab snags Grizelda’s friendship bracelet and turns her into a mermaid, True heads under the sea with magic wishes to save the day.

Photo Credit: PopSugar

Barbie Princess Adventure

Come on, Barbie, let’s go party! Join Barbie and friends in an all-new sing-a-long movie! A Barbie dreamhouse may or may not be included. 

Photo Credit: Animation Magazine

The Promised Neverland: Season 1

Without giving away any spoilers, if you enjoy dark fantasy and thrillers then this anime is for you. The story follows a group of orphaned children and their plan to escape. 

You’ll be asking yourself, Please sir, may I have some more episodes? 

Photo Credit: Funimation

Puss in Boots

If you enjoy the Shrek movies, then this movie is for you. Join Puss in Boots on his adventure with characters straight from a storybook. This movie does not belong in the litter box. 

Photo Credit: ImDb

The smurfs 

This animated live-action film from Sony Pictures may not live up to the hype of the classic children’s cartoon, but if you enjoy adventure and New York City, then this movie may be worth watching. 

The Smurfs 2, will be available on Netflix on September 15. 

Photo Credit: TV Guide

Netflix September 4

Spirit Riding Free: Riding Academy: Part 2 

Time to saddle up for this new chapter with Lucky and her friends as they leave Miradero behind to live and learn at the prestigious Palomino Bluffs Riding Academy.

Photo Credit: Netflix

Netflix September 7

Transformers: Cyberverse Season 2

Autobots roll out! This cel-shaded computer-animated series based on the Transformers franchise by Hasbro has a lot of spark!

Photo Credit: Dailymotion

Netflix September 8 

StarBeam: Season 2 

This CG-animated series follows a young supergirl who must defeat evil foes using her powers. This is Vancouver-based Kickstart Entertainment’s first original show on Netflix. 

Photo Credit: TV Dates Watch

The Idhun Chronicles 

Based on a series of books by Spanish author Laura Gallego, this fantasy and epic anime is packed with excitement and action. 

Photo Credit: The Envoy Web

Netflix September 11

How to Train Your Dragon 2 

The second installment of the How To Train Your Dragon series produced by Dreamworks Animation gives fans and new viewers a taste of new adventure that really soars. If you enjoyed the first installment, I highly recommend the sequel. 

Photo Credit: Empire

Pets United

A cat and dog embark on an adventure in order to survive when their city is seized by an evil mayor.  

Photo Credit: Cine Naxos

Pokemon Journeys: The Series: Part 2 

Join Pokemon Master, Ash Ketchum once again, travel to find every type of Pokemon across the world. Let’s hope Netflix can eventually catch all 23 seasons!

Photo Credit: Netflix

Netflix September 17

Dragon’s Dogma

Based on an action role-playing video game published by Capcom, let’s hope this anime series lives up to high expectations. 

Photo Credit: Flipboard

Netflix September 18

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous

Set during the events of Jurassic World, this series follows a group of teenagers who must go from strangers to friends in order to survive when the dinosaurs once again escape. Will Jeff Goldblum approve?  

PHOTO CREDIT: Netflix

Netflix September 22

Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt: Season 3 

This children’s animated web television series based on a series of books revolves around Chico Bon Bon and friends who work together to solve problems. 

Photo Credit: Netflix

Mighty Express Season 1

This new animated series for preschoolers is from the creators of Paw Patrol. 

PHOTO CREDIT: Mighty Express

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