Top 10 Dramas on Netflix In September

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Top 10 Dramas On Netflix in September 2016

September brings the beginning of fall and here at Netflix Update we are looking forward to crisp autumn nights and of course binge watching Netflix.  Each month we will update this list with addition and deletions.  But for September here are your top 10 Dramas on Netflix.  Add them to your list and check back for updates.


1.Stranger Things

The opening scene of Stranger Things shows  a scientist running down an empty hallway, pursued by some unseen force that gets  him  just at the right moment, as he waits for elevator doors to close.  Next scene,  a group of kids playing Dungeons & Dragons in a dinghy  basement.  The show will feel immediately familiar to anyone who grew up in the 80’s.

2.Breaking Bad

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Walter White is a high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer. To provide for  his family before he dies, he uses his chemistry background to cook and deal top of the line blue meth with a partner and also former student Jesse Pinkman.


3.House of Cards


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This Netflix original is one of the best political dramas since The West Wing. The show revolves around Francis Underwood, the U.S. Senate Majority Whip who uses every political secret and inch of his clout to leverage his way to the top. His allie is an environmental lobbyist Clair.

4. Blood Line

The second season of Netflix original Bloodline is set to air on May 27.

The Rayburns are an unhappy family.  This show centers on a family, the Rayburns, who on the surface appear  happy and successful, one of the pillars of Monroe County.  However, when prodigal son Danny returns after many years, the family’s skeletons start to rattle. Bloodline takes some time to establish the characters and their relationships before turning up the heat, and this allows the tension to heat up.


5.Bates Motel



Bates Motel follows the lives of Norma and Norman Bates some time prior to Norman’s turns into a Psycho.   After Norma’s husband passes, she sets out for the fictional city of White Pine Bay, Oregon with Norman where they purchase a small hotel to begin anew. As expected, things begin to unravel mere days after arriving at the hotel.

6. Mad Men

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Set in New York in the 1960’s, Mad Men follows one of the city’s most prestigious ad agencies on Madison Avenue. The agency is doing well, but as the industry grows the competition begins to stiffen. The agency tries to survive in a time when everything, including the ad industry, is undergoing a radical shake-up. The two protagonists are the enigmatic Don Draper (Jon Hamm), a self-made executive whose childhood seems to always get in the way of his happiness and ultra-terse Peggy Olson (Elizabeth Moss), a former secretary who works her way up the corporate ladder.

7. Halt and Catch Fire




AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, another period piece in the same vein as the network’s smash hit Mad Men, takes place in Texas during the technology boom of the 1980s. The show centers around former IBM sales executive Joe MacMillan, Cardiff Electric engineer Gordon Clark, and programming whiz Cameron Howe as they navigate the tumultuous landscape of the personal computer revolution. Headlined by superb writing, brilliant acting, and a unique inside look at one of the most influential eras in human history, Halt and Catch Fire has binge-worthy written all over

8, Narcos




The latest Netflix original to become available is Narcos, a take on the story of Colombian drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar. If you loved dramas such as House of Cards or Breaking Bad, you’ll no doubt want to dive into the cocaine-filled world of Narcos.

9. The Walking Dead

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The Walking Dead is an AMC’s zombie-centered show that is based on a series of graphic novels of the same name, following sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes who finds himself in an abandoned hospital and bands together with other survivors. There is definately alot of  Zombie’s,  but there’s plenty of human drama as well.


10. Sons of Anarchy


This show is awesome  The show encompasses a conflict between motorcycle gang leader Clay and his step-son, Jax.   Clay, the old club president, he wants to preserve the gang’s risky methods for turning a profit while Jax wants a better life for his new son.   You’ll be immersed into the world of bikers. with encounters with the law and rival motorcycle clubs.


There is 10 Best Dramas on Netflix for September.

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