What’s new on Netflix Canada in September 2022

Highlights include Blonde, I Used to Be Famous, A Jazzman's Blues, Lou, Devil in Ohio, Entrapped, and more

Ana de Armas stars as Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe in the fictionalized biopic Blonde, based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates. The film premieres on Netflix on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo courtesy of Netflix)
Ana de Armas stars as Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe in the fictionalized biopic Blonde, based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates. The film premieres on Netflix on Friday, September 23, 2022. (Photo courtesy of Netflix)

Every month, kawarthaNOW is the only local media source to bring you a list of what’s coming to Netflix Canada. Here are a few highlights of what’s coming to Netflix in September.

The Netflix film Blonde is a fictional portrait of the complicated life of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. Based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates and written and directed by Andrew Dominik, the film stars Ana de Armas (No Time to Die) as Monroe. Blonde, which is filmed in both black-and-white and colour and has an R rating due to depictions of sexual violence, premieres on Netflix on Friday, September 23rd.

If good feels are more your style, you may want to check out the Netflix film I Used to Be Famous, starring Ed Skrein as a former boy band star who gets an unexpected second shot at success when he forms a bond with a young autistic drummer (Leo Long) with an incredible gift for rhythm. The British film debuts on Netflix on Friday, September 16th.

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The Netflix drama A Jazzman’s Blues reveals 40 years of secrets and lies against a soundtrack of juke-joint blues in the deep South. Written and directed by Tyler Perry, the film stars Joshua Boone and Solea Pfeiffer as star-crossed lovers alongside an ensemble cast and an original song performed by Ruth B. Following is premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, the film arrives on Netflix on Friday, September 23rd.

Also coming to Netflix on September 23 is the thriller Lou, starring Jurnee Smollett as the mother of a kidnapped young girl who teams up with the quiet, mysterious woman next door (Allison Janney) to pursue the kidnapper, taking them on a journey that tests their limits and exposes shocking secrets from their pasts.

New Netflix series include the suspense thriller Devil in Ohio, adapted from Daria Polatin’s best-selling book that was inspired by a true story. When hospital psychiatrist Dr. Suzanne Mathis (Emily Deschanel) shelters a mysterious cult escapee (Madeleine Arthur), her world is turned upside down as the strange girl’s arrival threatens to tear her own family apart. The eight-episode limited series debuts on Saturday, September 2nd.

VIDEO: “Blonde” trailer

VIDEO: “I Used to be Famous” trailer

If you enjoyed the Icelandic television mystery crime drama series Trapped, the sequel Entrapped sees Andri Ólafsson (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson) and Hinrika Kristjánsdóttir (lmur Kristjánsdóttir) dig into the murder of a cult member linked to a biker gang’s land dispute and a woman’s 2013 disappearance.

There’s also the humorous Netflix docuseries Eat the Rich: The Gamestop Saga, which tells the story of a group of millennial misfits who banded together online to rescue their beloved GameStop from the clutches of Wall Street bigwigs, in a viral David vs. Goliath story for the 21st century. It premieres on Wednesday, September 18th.

Fans of the Netflix series Cobra Kai fans will welcome the arrival of season five on Friday, September 9th, and the Netflix series Floor is Lave returns for a third season on Friday, September 30th.

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Other new Netflix films include Love in the Villa (Sep. 1), End of the Road (Sep. 9), The Catholic School (Sep. 14), Do Revenge (Sep. 16), Athena (Sep. 23), and Rainbow (Sep. 30). Other new Netflix series include Buy My House and Dated and Related (both on Sep. 2), Chef’s Table: Pizza (Sep. 7), Designing Miami (Sep. 21), Thai Cave Rescue (Sep. 22), and Human Playground (Sep. 30).

Other returning Netflix series include season two of Fate: The Winx Saga and Love Is Blind: After the Altar (both on Sep. 16) and season five of Dynasty (Sep. 24). Other returning series include season five of S.W.A.T. and season five of YounG Sheldon (both on Sep. 1) and season nine of The Blacklist (Sep. 21).

Theatrically released films coming to Netflix include Escape from Alcatraza, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Primal Fear, The Girl Next Door, The Jackal, and Waterworld (all on Sep. 1), The Broken Hearts Gallery, Coraline, The Dressmaker, and Marley (all on Sep. 4), Plaza Cathedral (Sep. 9), Possessor (Sep. 11), Coach Carter and Kick-Ass 2 (both on Sep. 15), For Love (Sep. 21), The Witches (Sep. 25), and Beirut and What We Leave Behind (both on Sep. 30)

VIDEO: New to Netflix Canada in September 2022

Here’s the complete list of everything coming to Netflix Canada in September, along with what’s leaving.

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Coming soon (no release date specified)

  • Cyberpunk: Edgerunners (Netflix anime) – In a dystopia riddled with corruption and cybernetic implants, a talented but reckless street kid strives to become a mercenary outlaw — an edgerunner.
  • Plan A Plan B (Netflix film) – When an earnest matchmaker moves into an office next to a cynical divorce attorney, their bitter conflict is complicated by a growing attraction.
  • Trauma: Seasons 1-5
  • Who Likes My Follower?(Netflix series) – Three successful influencers each help one of their followers narrow down a field of dating prospects, hoping to trade digital likes for real-life love.


Thursday, September 1

  • Fenced In (Netflix film) – After a nervous breakdown, Walter trades the city for the countryside. But his hopes for a calm life are shattered once he meets his loud new neighbors.
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stone Ocean Episodes 13-24 (Netflix anime) – The legacy of the Joestar family continues with Jolyne as she and her companions take on new Stand users behind the bars of Green Dolphin Street Prison.
  • Liss Pereira: Adulting (Netflix comedy) – Comedian Liss Pereira gets real about relationships, adulthood and being somewhere in between — not perfect, but not so bad — in a world of extremes.
  • Love in the Villa (Netflix film) – Julie’s dream trip to Verona, Italy, turns star-crossed when she discovers her rented villa is already occupied by an annoyingly attractive stranger.
  • Off the Hook (Netflix series) – Realizing they both have a toxic relationship to the Internet, roommates Léa and Manon decide to do the unthinkable: abandon all devices for 30 days.
  • Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles: Season 2 (Netflix family) – With the Yokai no longer their enemies, Usagi and the gang enjoy a short-lived peace but soon must prepare for an invasion by evil aliens.
  • Barbie Mermaid Power
  • Escape from Alcatraz
  • Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
  • LOL House of Surprises: Season 1
  • Nacho Libre
  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles
  • Primal Fear
  • S.W.A.T.: Season 5
  • The Girl Next Door
  • The Interpreter
  • The Jackal
  • Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection
  • Waterworld
  • Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins
  • Young Sheldon: Season 5


Friday, September 2

  • Buy My House (Netflix series) – Homeowners from across the US pitch properties for sale to four experienced real estate investors, hoping to make a life-changing deal on the spot.
  • Dated and Related (Netflix series) – Hopeful singles and their siblings head to a lavish villa, where they’ll all be trying to find love — and win $100,000 — in this dating competition.
  • Devil in Ohio (Netflix series) – Determined to protect a young patient who escaped a mysterious cult, a psychiatrist takes the girl in, putting her own family — and life — in danger.
  • Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives: Season 2 (Netflix series) – In a season of fresh starts, the wives redefine relationships, careers and personal goals — all with their signature mix of cheeky quips and camaraderie.
  • The Festival of Troubadours (Netflix film) – An unexpected reunion between a travelling musician and his son opens old wounds as the two set out on a long journey to a troubadour festival.
  • Ivy + Bean (Netflix family) – When Bean learns that her neighbour Ivy has a knack for magic, they team up to cast a spell on Bean’s older sister that will make her dance… forever!
  • Ivy + Bean: The Ghost That Had to Go (Netflix family) – Cold, white mist. Clanking pipes. And an eerie voice that’s coming from the drain. Is the school bathroom… haunted? Ivy and Bean are on the case!
  • Ivy + Bean: Doomed to Dance (Netflix family) – Ivy and Bean sign up for ballet, only to learn they’ll be dancing in a recital in front of hundreds of people. Time to get out of it — tout suite!
  • Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series: Season 1
  • You’re Nothing Special (Netflix series) – Life in Amaia’s new hometown starts to get a lot more interesting when a rumour spreads at school that she’s inherited her grandmother’s magical talents.


Saturday, September 3

  • Little Women (Netflix series) – Three sisters, who only have each other and never enough money, get entangled in a conspiracy involving the rich and powerful.


Sunday, September 4

  • The Broken Hearts Gallery
  • Coraline
  • The Dressmaker
  • Marley
  • Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
  • The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run
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Monday, September 5

  • Cocomelon: Season 6 (Netflix family) – Jump into a bright and colourful “CoComelon” world, where cute characters and kid-friendly tunes help little ones learn and grow!
  • Once Upon a Small Town (Netflix series) – Against his wishes a veterinarian from the big city relocates to the countryside, where he meets a policewoman, a town insider with a friendly secret.


Tuesday, September 6

  • Bee and PuppyCat (Netflix family) – On a charming magical island, the impulsive Bee and her furry pal get up to all sorts of adventures while working for an intergalactic temp agency.
  • Get Smart With Money (Netflix documentary) – Financial advisers share their simple tips on spending less and saving more with people looking to take control of their funds and achieve their goals.
  • Rodrigo Marques: King of Uncouth (Netflix comedy) – Brazilian comic Rodrigo Marques discusses a particularly crazy trip to a famous archipelago, his life traumas and more in this stand-up special.
  • Sheng Wang: Sweet and Juicy (Netflix comedy) – Sheng Wang makes his Netflix comedy special debut in Sheng Wang: Sweet and Juicy, marking Ali Wong’s directorial debut and filmed at the Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles. Sheng finds magic in the mundane as he discusses the upside to owning a juicer you don’t use, the secret to his posture, his heist dream team and much more.
  • Untold: The Race of the Century (Netflix documentary) – The Australia II yacht crew looks back on the motivation, dedication and innovation that led to their historic victory at the 1983 America’s Cup.


Wednesday, September 7

  • Chef’s Table: Pizza (Netflix documentary) – The long-running culinary hit returns with a season that’s all about the pizza pie. From Portland to Phoenix, Italy to Japan, go inside the kitchens of chefs whose creativity elevates this ordinary dish to an art form via their unique flavors, inspiring backgrounds, and passion for creating the perfect slice.
  • Indian Predator: The Diary of a Serial Killer (Netflix documentary) – When a suspect is found in a journalist’s murder, the case is considered closed until a secret diary suggests 13 more victims — and possible cannibalism.


Thursday, September 8

  • Entrapped (Netflix series) – In this “Trapped” sequel, Andri and Hinrika dig into the murder of a cult member linked to a biker gang’s land dispute and a woman’s 2013 disappearance.
  • Diorama (Netflix film) – As miscommunication and temptations abound, a couple’s once-passionate marriage slowly unravels, narrated through humorous dioramas.


Friday, September 9

  • Cobra Kai: Season 5 (Netflix series) – As Terry leads Cobra Kai into a new regime, Daniel, Johnny and an old ally join forces in a battle that goes way beyond the mat.
  • End of the Road (Netflix film) – Recently widowed mom Brenda fights to protect her family during a harrowing road trip when a murder and a missing bag of cash plunge them into danger.
  • Merlí. Sapere Aude: Season 2 (Netflix series) – After receiving life-altering news, Pol struggles to find a new normal. Meanwhile, his classmates navigate their own personal and academic obstacles.
  • No Limit (Netflix film) – An extraordinarily talented diver finds deep, destructive love with her record-holding free-diving instructor in this visually arresting romantic drama.
  • Narco-Saints (Netflix series) – An ordinary entrepreneur joins a secret government mission to capture a Korean drug lord operating in South America. Based on true events.
  • Plaza Cathedral


Sunday, September 11

  • Possessor


Monday, September 12

  • Ada Twist, Scientist: Season 3 (Netflix family) – Pint-sized scientist Ada Twist and her two best friends are asking big questions — and working together to discover the truth about everything!


Tuesday, September 13

  • Jo Koy: Live from the Los Angeles Forum (Netflix comedy) – Returning to Netflix for his fourth original special, Jo Koy takes the stage at the iconic Los Angeles Forum. True to form, Jo gushes about his relationship with his teenage son along with sharing the struggles of living with sleep apnea and more.


Wednesday, September 14

  • Broad Peak (Netflix film) – After climbing Broad Peak mountain, Maciej Berbeka learns his journey was incomplete. Twenty-five years later, he sets out to finish what he started.
  • The Catholic School (Netflix film) – In 1975, three students at a prestigious all-male Catholic high school in Rome commit a horrifying crime that shocks their classmates and community.
  • El Rey, Vicente Fernández (Netflix series) – This drama series traces ranchera music icon Vicente Fernandez’ rise from a working class upbringing to superstardom — and the heartbreak in between.
  • Heartbreak High (Netflix series) – An incendiary mural exposes everyone’s secret hook-ups at Hartley High. Its author, Amerie, has to grapple with the messy fallouts as a total outcast.
  • The Lørenskog Disappearance (Netflix series) – When a billionaire’s wife vanishes, Norwegian police must deal with the frenzied press and deceitful informants to find the truth. Based on real events.
  • Sins of Our Mother (Netflix documentary) – Lori Vallow was known to friends and family as a devoted mother of three, a loving wife, and a woman of God. But over the past three years, something went very wrong: Now Lori is in jail, waiting to stand trial for conspiracy to commit murder and first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of her fourth husband, her fifth husband’s wife, and her two youngest children. For the first time, Lori’s surviving son Colby steps forward to provide exclusive insight into his family’s backstory as well as their present-tense narrative as Lori faces justice. At the heart of this three-part series is a single burning question: how did a seemingly normal woman become the most notorious mother in America?


Thursday, September 15

  • Coach Carter
  • Dogs in Space: Season 2 (Netflix family) – Fetch — a new planet for us all! With Earth in danger, desperate scientists send genetically enhanced dogs into space to find a new world to call home.
  • Kick-Ass 2
  • Terim (Netflix documentary) – Legendary manager Fatih Terim recounts his football journey, from his playing days to coaching and leading several teams to championship glory.


Friday, September 16

  • The Brave Ones (Netflix series) – Reincarnated as a human being to avenge her sister’s death, a goddess must learn to harness her superpowers to defeat her enemies and save her family.
  • Do Revenge (Netflix film) – After a clandestine run-in, Drea (Alpha, fallen it girl) and Eleanor (beta, new alt girl) team up to go after each other’s tormentors. Do Revenge is a subverted Hitchcock-ian dark comedy featuring the scariest protagonists of all: teenage girls.
  • Drifting Home (Netflix anime) – One fateful summer, a group of elementary school kids set adrift on an abandoned apartment building must look within themselves to find a way back home.
  • Fate: The Winx Saga: Season 2 (Netflix series) – Bloom tries to understand and control her powers while she and the other students at Alfea pull together to defend Solaria from a catastrophic threat.
  • Gymnastics Academy: A Second Chance (Netflix family) – In the wake of an injury, American teen Kyra Berry gets a second chance to chase her dreams — and a gymnastics scholarship — in faraway Australia.
  • I Used to Be Famous (Netflix film) – Two decades after his peak, a former boy band star gets an unexpected second shot at success when he forms a bond with a gifted young drummer.
  • Jogi (Netflix film) – Amid tension in 1980s India, three friends of different faiths unite in a noble yet dangerous effort to save hundreds in their town.
  • Love Is Blind: After the Altar: Season 2 (Netflix series) – After the experiment, reality comes into focus. What happened to the couples and singles from Love is Blind season two after the weddings? Love is truly blind, but is the future blurry? Follow the stories of Jarrette, Iyanna, Deepti, Shayne, Natalie and more when Love is Blind: After the Altar (S2) premieres September 16th.
  • Mirror, Mirror (Netflix film) – Five employees grapple with their respective desires by arguing with themselves in the mirror, ahead of their cosmetic company’s 50th anniversary party.
  • Santo (Netflix series) – Two cops (Bruno Gagliasso, Raúl Arévalo) must learn to work together to catch the world’s most-wanted drug dealer, whose face has never been revealed.
  • Skandal! Bringing Down Wirecard (Netflix documentary) – Upstart payment firm Wirecard wowed the financial industry with its runaway success — until a tenacious team of journalists exposed massive fraud.


Monday, September 19

  • Go Dog Go: Season 3 (Netflix family) – The gang’s on-the-go adventures take an un-fur-gettable turn when Tag, Scooch and friends welcome a new family to Pawston and show them all around town!


Tuesday, September 20

  • Patton Oswalt: We All Scream (Netflix comedy) – Filmed at Paramount Theatre in Denver Colorado, Patton makes his directorial debut with his fourth Netflix comedy special, We All Scream. Discussing what happens to our bodies as we get older, who he could have been had he just followed the list he created during the lockdown, the Baby Boomer’s last temper tantrum and much more.


Wednesday, September 21

  • The Blacklist: Season 9
  • Designing Miami (Netflix series) – Miami’s two hottest designers aren’t just competitors, they’re also husband and wife. Eilyn and Ray Jimenez are making South Florida chicer one house at a time – she with a minimalist aesthetic and he with a more maximalist approach. Juggling the needs of their deep pocketed clients, their staffs of young designers, their close-knit families (some of whom are also contractors) and their relationship with each other isn’t easy, but this talented, stylish duo manages to pull it off while always maintaining a healthy sense of humor.
  • For Love
  • Fortune Seller: A TV Scam (Netflix documentary) – Savvy saleswomen or devious scammers? Wanna Marchi and Stefania Nobile became the undisputed queens of Italian TV shopping — until they went too far.
  • Iron Chef Mexico (Netflix series) – Rising talents participate in this cooking competition against three of Mexico’s finest chefs to win the mythical katana and become the Legendary Chef.
  • The Perfumier (Netflix film) – To regain her sense of smell and get back her lover, a detective joins forces with a perfume maker who uses deadly methods to create the perfect scent.
  • The Real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist (Netflix documentary) – First there was the reality series, then a Hollywood movie. But the truth has never been told…until now. 10 years after the notorious events, the culprits have done their jail time and are ready to tell the real story of the outrageous heists that gripped the nation. This series will reveal how celebrity obsession and the rise of social media played an integral part in their motivations and serve as a cautionary tale to today’s teenagers.


Thursday, September 22

  • The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone (Netflix documentary) – Sharing her journey from child to teen activist, Georgie Stone looks back at her life and historic fight for transgender rights in this documentary.
  • Karma’s World: Season 4 (Netflix family) – New songs and adventures await in Hansberry Heights as Karma rhymes her way through bigger challenges and shows up for her family, friends and community.
  • Snabba Cash: Season 2 (Netflix series) – Tormented by memories of Salim, Leya can’t seem to escape her past as the ruthless chase for easy money continues.
  • Thai Cave Rescue (Netflix series) – A Thai youth soccer team and their assistant coach are trapped within Tham Luang Cave, prompting a global rescue effort. Inspired by true events.


Friday, September 23

  • A Jazzman’s Blues (Netflix film) – Tyler Perry’s sweeping tale of forbidden love reveals 40 years of secrets and lies soundtracked by juke-joint blues in the Deep South.
  • ATHENA (Netflix film) – Hours after the tragic death of their youngest brother in unexplained circumstances, three siblings see their lives thrown into chaos.
  • The Girls at the Back (Netflix series) – Five women in their 30s, friends since high school, gather for their annual getaway. But this year, one of them has just been diagnosed with cancer.
  • Jamtara – Sabka Number Ayega: Season 2 (Netflix series) – The phishing scams of Jamtara are getting trickier by the day, as new players and shady politicians join the fray.
  • Lou (Netflix film) – A storm rages. A young girl is kidnapped. Her mother teams up with the mysterious woman next door to pursue the kidnapper – a journey that tests their limits and exposes shocking secrets from their pasts.
  • Pokémon: The Arceus Chronicles (Netflix family) – While investigating the legend of the mythical Pokémon Arceus, Ash, Goh and Dawn uncover a plot by Team Galactic that threatens the world.


Saturday, September 24

  • Dynasty: Season 5 (Netflix series) – Next-level power plays, nasty sibling rivalries and nonstop sabotage mean there’s no rest for the Colbys and Carringtons this season.
  • Fullmetal Alchemist The Final Alchemy (Netflix film) – The Elric brothers’ long and winding journey comes to a close in this epic finale, where they must face off against an unworldly, nationwide threat.


Sunday, September 25

  • The Witches


Monday, September 26

  • A Trip to Infinity (Netflix documentary) – This documentary profiles pioneers of math and physics around the world who are trying to explain infinity — and find it.
  • My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 2 (Netflix family) – When these sure-footed friends stick together, their magic is even better! Welcome to Equestria, where every pony belongs.


Tuesday, September 27

  • Nick Kroll: Little Big Boy (Netflix comedy) – After performing stand-up for 20 years, Nick Kroll makes his Netflix stand-up special debut with Little Big Boy. Filmed at the Warner Theatre in Washington DC, in a set that is hilarious with an emotional undercurrent, Nick shows a bit of his vulnerable side as he talks getting his heart broken for the first time at the ripe age of 33, the power of mothers, his journey to fatherhood, and the trick to farting without making any noise … and much more. The special is executive produced by Kroll, John Irwin, Casey Spira and Christie Smith. It is directed by Bill Benz.


Wednesday, September 28

  • Blonde (Netflix film) – Based on the bestselling novel by Joyce Carol Oates, this boldly reimagined fictional portrait of Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe stars Ana de Armas.
  • Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga (Netflix documentary) – This humorous documentary series follows a group of millennial misfits who banded together online to rescue their beloved GameStop from the clutches of Wall Street bigwigs, in a viral David vs. Goliath story for the 21st century.
  • Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 6 (Netflix series) – Wrongfully convicted former inmate Raphael Rowe continues his investigation of formidable prisons in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Greece and Moldova.
  • Too Hot to Handle: Brazil: Season 2 (Netflix series) – The sizzling hot reality series returns.


Thursday, September 29

  • The Empress (Netflix series) – In 1800s Austria, passionate and rebellious Sisi and Emperor Franz Joseph face love under duress, intrigues and power struggles at the Viennese court.
  • Power Rangers Dino Fury: Season 2


Friday, September 30

  • Anikulapo (Netflix film) – After an affair with the king’s wife leads to his demise, a zealous traveller encounters a mystical bird with the power to give him another chance.
  • Beirut
  • Entergalactic (Netflix special) – From the minds of Kid Cudi and Kenya Barris comes a story of two young artists navigating the twists and turns of finding love in New York City.
  • Floor is Lava: Season 3 (Netflix series) – Fifteen daring new teams fight to race to the top of a towering volcano to win $10,000. Who’s going to triumph and who’s going to be toast?
  • Human Playground (Netflix series) – Idris Elba’s Human Playground sees the Hollywood actor serve as Executive Producer, as well as providing voiceover, on this epic new documentary series brought to you by the same team behind international best seller Before They Pass Away, which has sold hundreds of thousand copies worldwide.
  • Phantom Pups (Netflix family) – After Freddie and his family move into a house that everyone in town believes is haunted, he uncovers the cause of the mysterious happenings.
  • Rainbow (Netflix film) – A modern tale of a teenager’s coming-of-age journey loosely inspired by the classic novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”
  • What We Leave Behind


Leaving Netflix Canada in September

Thursday, September 1

  • Quantico: Seasons 1-3

Thursday, September 8

  • Homeland: Seasons 1-8

Monday, September 12

  • Offspring: Seasons 1-7

Monday, September 26

  • CRuPaul’s Drag Race: Seasons 2-9


All titles and dates are subject to change.