What’s New on Netflix This Week: September 19-25, 2022

Pictured: A Jazzman’s Blues, DAHMER and Lou

An absolutely packed week of new Netflix Originals and licensed titles awaits this week on Netflix. Here’s a look at the dozens of new movies and series set to debut between September 19 and September 25, 2022.

As for moves over the next week, we’ll see dark skies (2013) leaving tomorrow. Later in the week we will see the departure of Under the Eiffel Tower (2018) and the Netflix Original children’s series VeggieTales in the house.

We may also get an in-depth look at what’s coming to Netflix in October this week, but if you can’t wait until then, we’ve got the preliminary list of everything we know is coming here.


The most anticipated Netflix releases this week

DAHMER – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Limited series)

Coming to Netflix: Wednesday

Announced just this week (or over a month ago if you’ve been reading our content!) is the brand new limited serial killer series produced by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan exclusively for Netflix.

Evan Peters will play the role of Dahmer, who, as you may know, was one of the most prolific serial killers of the 20th century. The story will be told from the perspective of the victims and will show how the incompetence of the police allowed the killer to embark on a killing spree.


Lou (2022)

Coming to Netflix: Friday

Bad Robot is behind this new crime drama that debuts on Netflix at the end of the week alongside other highly anticipated Netflix Original movies, The blues of a jazzman (see below) and ATHENA.

Jurnee Smollett and Logan Marshall-Green headline the cast which tells the story of a mother teaming up with a mysterious woman to investigate the kidnapping of a young girl.


The blues of a jazzman (2022)

Coming to Netflix: Friday

Joining the several other Tyler Perry titles on Netflix this week is his new period drama which has already premiered at various awards festivals over the past few weeks.

Here’s what you can expect from the new film Perry is writing, producing and directing:

“Set from 1937 to 1987, an investigation into an unsolved murder uncovers a story full of forbidden love, deception and a secret held for 40 years.”

Ryan Eggold, Lauren Bulioli, Amirah Vann, Miluana Jackson and Brad Benedict star.


Full list of what’s new on Netflix this week (September 19-24)

Coming to Netflix September 19


Coming to Netflix September 20

  • Mom is Pregnant (2021)
  • Patton Oswalt: We All Scream (2022) Netflix Original Stand-Up Special
  • The Wiggles: on your marks, get set, move! (Several seasons)
  • The Wiggles: World of the Wiggles (Seasons)

Coming to Netflix September 21

  • DAHMER – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Limited Series) Netflix Original Series
  • Designing Miami (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
  • Facing Nolan (2022)
  • Fortune Seller: A TV Scam/Wanna (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
  • Iron Chef: Mexico (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
  • Only for Love (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
  • The Perfumer (2022) Netflix Original Movie
  • The Real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist (2022) Netflix Original Documentary

What’s Coming to Netflix on September 22

  • Excuse My French (2014)
  • cousins
  • Human Capital (2019)
  • Karma’s World (Season 4) Netflix Original Series
  • Snabba Cash (Season 2) Netflix Original Series
  • Thai Cave Rescue (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
  • The Dream Life of Georgie Stone (2022) Netflix Original Documentary
  • The Phantom (2007)

Coming to Netflix September 23

  • A Jazzman’s Blues (2022) Netflix Original Movie
  • ATHENA (2022) Netflix Original Movie
  • Jamtara – Sabka Number Ayega (Season 2) Netflix Original Series
  • Lou (2022) Netflix Original Movie
  • Pokémon: The Arceus Chronicles (2022) Netflix Original Movie
  • Girls in the Back (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
  • Two Degrees of Murder / Twee Grade Van Moord (2016)

Coming to Netflix September 24

  • Dynasty (Season 5)
  • Fleur du mal (Season 1)
  • Fullmetal Alchemist The Final Alchemy (2022) Netflix Original Movie

What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix this week? Let us know in the comments.