Summer is almost over, but there’s still plenty of heat in September’s list of new arrivals on Netflix. Over the course of the month,

 the streaming service adds new seasons of Cobra Kai and The Great British Baking Show, new stand-up comedy specials from Patton Oswalt, 

 Nick Kroll, and Sheng Wang, and original films Do Revenge and Blonde, among other intriguing projects. Read on for the full list of the month’s new movies and shows coming to Netflix below, 

along with everything leaving the streaming service throughout the month.

You’ll find the full list of everything new to Netflix in August and September below, with our recommendations in bold. 

 If you’re looking for some additional guidance on what to watch, we also have lists of the best movies on Netflix and the best shows on Netflix.

Cobra Kai (2018)

tv-14 5 SeasonsGenre Action & Adventure, Drama, ComedyCast Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, Courtney HenggelerCreated by Hayden Schlossberg, Josh Heald, John Hurwitz

Cobra Kai (2018)

The story of Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence continues in this Netflix (formerly YouTube) series set decades after the events of The Karate Kid franchise, with old rivalries 

Cobra Kai (2018)

shaping a new generation of karate students and plenty of familiar faces popping in to deliver a surprisingly fun, 

Cobra Kai (2018)

, entertaining follow-up to the events of the films. September brings season 5 of the series, which shows no signs of slowing down.

Do Revenge (2022)

118mGenre ComedyStars Camila Mendes, Maya Hawke, Austin AbramsDirected by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson

Do Revenge (2022)

Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke stars in this dark comedy about a pair of high-school girls who team up to take down their respective tormentors. 

Blonde (2022)

166mGenre Drama, HistoryStars Ana de Armas, Adrien Brody, Bobby CannavaleDirected by Andrew Dominik

Blonde (2022)

This biopic of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe casts Ana de Armas as the former Norma Jeane and chronicles her life, 

Blonde (2022)

 loves, and the blurred line between her public and private life with a supporting cast that includes Adrien Brody, Garret Dillahunt, and Lucy DeVito, among other talented actors.