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Netflix September Movies, Shows; 'Lucas Cage,' 'Narcos' Available, but '666 Park Avenue' Taken Down; No More 'A Walk To Remember' Too!

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Netflix is reportedly producing more original shows and will be bringing back fan favorite blockbuster hits this Sept. Along with these, the popular online streaming service is also expected to air Hollywood movie classics that would interest its viewers.

Marvel's "Lukas Cage" is one of the newest series set to make its debut on Netflix this September The main character Luke came from "Jessica Jones" and is now getting a 13-episode spin-off series for himself. The new superhero is indestructible in his bulletproof skin and is tasked to take down Harlem's most dangerous criminals.

Another anticipated show from Netflix this September is the second season of "Narcos." The series is set to see D.E.A. agent Steve Murphy and the Columbian authority continue their manhunt for Pablo Escobar, the notorious Columbian drug lord. "Narcos" is an original Netflix series, USA Today reported.

Speaking of originals, "Audrey and Daisy," "The White Helmets," "Extremis" and "Kulipari: An Army of Frogs" are just some of the original shows that will air on Netflix this month. Apart from its original series, the network is also set to release some Hollywood hit movies from the big screen. The list includes the entire "Jaws" saga, "Footloose" and "Top Gun."

While Netflix will be streaming new shows this month, the network is also reportedly taking down some series. One of these is "666 Park Avenue" where an exclusive apartment in Manhattan is being controlled by evil supernatural forces that cause dangers to the lives of people around it. While the story seems interesting, Netflix is expected to cut the streaming of this series, PC Magazine reported.

Netflix is also reportedly putting an end on the streaming of movies and shows such as "2 Fast 2 Furious," "A Walk to Remember" and "Melissa and Joey." Some other classic movies that will no longer be able for streaming on the network include three "Star Trek films," "What About Bob with Bill Murray," "Dirty Dancing" and "Silverado."

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