Coming Soon to Netflix: September 2019

August is done and over with and now September is here. It just doesn’t seem possible! We had a long, wet, and chilly spring and one hot month it seems, but a hot dry summer is going into a cool fall. Leaves are changing already thanks in part to the stress of summer.

I have started a job as an independent Pampered Chef Consultant this past summer on top of my day job. So far, so good, I guess. But, it does cut into blogging time. Mianhaeyo!

So I am a bit vexed with a change in Netflix that makes it a bit harder to find recently added things and alphabetize them. Of course. I get a system going and they change things on me yet again! And…I guess there may be a queue limit since Netflix refused to let me add new movies and shows, so that also meant I wasn’t getting reminder notifications for my posts. Oy. Always something. I had to keep going through and deleting out shows I was done with or didn’t plan on watching.

Anywho, keep your eyes on this page to see whats coming soon in Asian dramas, movies, and anime in September 2019.

September 6

  • Article 15 [India, 2019] – This Hindi-language film follows an entitled but upright city cop who learns the grim realities of caste discrimination when he travels to India’s heartland to investigate a murder.

September 10

September 13

  • Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato Season 1 [Japan, Anime, 2019] – Ikoma and the Iron Fortress travel to the battlegrounds of Unato to reclaim the region from the kabane horde.
  • Shanghai Fortress [China, 2019] – Catch Lu Han in this movie which follows a young man who falls for a heroic general and follows in her footsteps to defend Earth against extraterrestrials seeking a precious energy source.

September 19

  • Kabir Singh [India, 2019] – A gifted and surly doctor’s life spirals out of control as he falls into drugs and alcohol after the breakup with his girlfriend.

September 20

  • Vagabond [South Korea, 2019] – A stuntman vows to find out the true story behind the plan crash that killed his nephew with the help of a covert operative. If you loved the Lee Seung Gi and Bae Suzy pairing in Gu Family Book, then here they are together again.

September 22

September 25

  • Furie [Vietnam, 2019] – Hai Phuong is a woman disowned by her family for having an affair with a gangster. She hides in the countryside with her daughter and works as a debt collector until a group of thugs kidnaps her daughter.
  • Oh! Baby [India, 2019] – A remake of hit Korean movie Miss Granny. They are releasing Tamil and Malayalam versions.

September 26

  • Malaal [India, 2019] – Class division threatens the romance between the crony of a nativist Mumbai politician and the new North Indian resident of his chawl.

September 27

  • Bard of Blood [India, 2019] – A former Indian spy must confront his past when he returns to lead an unsanctioned rescue mission.
  • Sturgill Simpson Presents Sound & Fury [Anime, 2019] – A mysterious driver heads into a showdown with two monstrous opponents in a post-apocalyptic world. Each song from Sturgill Simpson’s new album will be featured in the anime.

September 28

Recently Added Asian Television

  • Bakugan [Japan, Anime, 2018] – Dan Kouzo and his friends bond with mysterious creatures in order to fight sinister forces bent on controlling the world.
  • Tobot Seasons 1-2 [South Korea, Anime, 2018] – Robots that can transform into cards are committed to help fight against crime.
  • When the Camellia Blooms [South Korea, 2019] – Dong Baek is a single mother who gets involved with three men: a good man, a bad man, and a mean man. Will she find her Mr. Right?

Recently Added Asian Movies

  • Manmadhudu 2 [India, 2019] – A perennial bachelor finds his plans to trick his family into disarray when the much younger woman he hires to act as his fiancee forms a bond with his family.

3 comments

  • Wow, NeeNee. I have so much stuff on my Netflix queue. I started with them back in 2002 and of course whenever it was they began streaming. I’ve had stuff vanish from my queue because I’ve never gotten around to watching it and, I guess, it’s time was up. I’ve never had them limit me from adding to the queue (and believe me when I say it’s a LOT. So much so, I sent find anything to watch because I’ve got too much in there. That’s why I started a 2nd profile for only Korean dramas.) Maybe you should call Netflix about the fact that it’s limiting how many items you can add because maybe it’s a glitch. If that doesn’t solve the problem, might I suggest creating different profiles? You could separate the items you’ve already blogged about into one and new stuff into the other. Or even create more profiles. I’m allowed three, I think. I’ve never tried to create a fourth one.

  • You are a genius! I never thought of utlizing profiles for different things I like to watch to streamline. I have had so many things in my main queue but only recently started having an error adding things in August. Once I removed shows I’ve watched or stopped caring about, I could add more.

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