Here's What's About To Hit Netflix

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As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change.

Last week's list originally included Arrow: Season 2, which never did become available (so far at least). With that in mind, I've bolded the part above (which was included with last week's list as well) that points out that dates are subject to change. That's always something to keep in mind, though these lists are typically on the money. They are distributed by the company's PR team. Also, I'd like to point out that The Sacrament (a wonderful and terrifying film from Ti West) also became available this week, though it didn't appear on previous list.

Available on 9/19:

Hatari! (1962)

John Wayne, Hardy Kruger, Elsa Martinelli, Red Buttons, Gérard Blain, Bruce Cabot, Michele Girardon, Valentin de Vargas, Eduard Franz

Adventure, camaraderie, love and laughs combine against the breathtaking vistas of Africa in this 1962 treat starring John Wayne as an American game catcher and Elsa Martinelli as a photographer who strikes a deal to travel with his trapping crew.

The Next Best Thing (2000)

Madonna, Rupert Everett, Benjamin Bratt, Illeana Douglas, Michael Vartan, Josef Sommer, Malcolm Stumpf, Lynn Redgrave, Neil Patrick Harris

Abbie and Robert are single friends who never let sex get between them -- it's never been an issue, as he's gay. But one night, a little too much wine leads to an unexpected tryst. Abbie decides to keep the baby, and Robert offers to help raise it.

The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete (2013)

Skylan Brooks, Ethan Dizon, Jennifer Hudson, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Jordin Sparks, Julito McCullum, Anthony Mackie, Jeffrey Wright

When his mother is arrested for drugs and prostitution, 14-year-old Mister takes charge of 9-year-old runaway Pete and tries to shield them both from protective services. But surviving on the streets of Brooklyn is no easy task.

The Sons of Katie Elder (1965)

John Wayne, Dean Martin, Martha Hyer, Michael Anderson Jr., Earl Holliman, Jeremy Slate, James Gregory, Paul Fix, George Kennedy, Dennis Hopper

John Wayne stars as the eldest of four Elder brothers who reunite in Texas to bury their mother and investigate the death of their father. But a meddling sheriff and a rival gang have other plans for the brothers, and soon the air is thick with lead.

Available on 9/20:

The Suspect (2014)

Yoo Gong, Jae-yun Jo, Sung-ha Cho, Seong-gyoon Kim, Hee-soon Park, Da-in Yu

Once a hotshot spy for North Korea, Dong-chul is now lying low in the South as he searches for the former colleague behind his family's killings. A chauffeur by night, Dong-chul finds himself on the run when he becomes a suspect in his boss's murder.

Available on 09/22:

Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia (2013)

Gore Vidal, Tim Robbins, Sting, David Mamet, Christopher Hitchens, Dick Cavett, Norman Mailer, Mikhail Gorbachev, Tom Ford, Stephen Fry, Burr Steers, William F. Buckley

With interviews and footage from his television appearances, this documentary chronicles the life and career of outspoken writer Gore Vidal, a liberal icon who never shied away from sharing his views on American politics and culture.

Revolution: Season 2

Fifteen years after electricity stopped working and the world was sent back into the dark ages -- with small agrarian communities of families working together -- three companions go on a quest to uncover the truth about the mysterious blackout.

Available on 9/23:

How I Met Your Mother: Season 9

Ted's epic search for his soul mate is told largely through flashbacks, as an adult Ted recounts to his kids how he met their mother.

Available on 09/25:

The Double (2013)

Jesse Eisenberg, Mia Wasikowska, Wallace Shawn, Noah Taylor, Yasmin Paige, James Fox

Jesse Eisenberg plays the dual roles of a timid office worker and his charismatic doppelganger in this cinematic adaptation of a Dostoevsky tale. First spotted on the bus, then at work, Simon's double may share his looks, but he's no carbon copy.

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