What's new on Australian streaming in September"Game of Thrones" is over, but there's lots to binge this month, with Netflix originals, retro flashbacks on Stan and walkers of a different kind on Foxtel.
Game of Thrones is over and your pretty much dead inside. But there is still plenty to binge on this month. Here are our picks for what's new on Australian streaming services in September. A bunch of Netflix favorites are making their way back this month. Narcos fans will be able to mainline season 3 from September 1, while the fourth season of Bojak Horseman will be landing on September 8. If you want to see what life is like for a talking horse in Hollywood, this is the show for you. Speaking of strange cartoons the ultra-weird looking cartoon Big Mouth is premiering on Netflix on September 29, though this is definitely not one for the kids. Over on Stan we're getting massive flashbacks thanks to the return of Will and Grace. A decade after the first show finished, Will, Grace, Karen, and Jack are getting a new season on September 29th. There's also a new season of the critically acclaimed 'Transparent' dropping on September 24th. And my absolute favorite, 'Parks and Rec' every episode is coming to STAN on September 14th. Now you'll finally be able understand those Ron Swanson memes you've been sharing On Foxtel now John Snyder might be out of your weekly rotation, but you can watch walkers of a different kind with Fear the Walking Dead. The second half of Season 3 drops on September 11. Or if you want something a little lighter, Broad City is definitely worth checking out. Season 4 lands on September 14. And finally Rogue One, A Star Wars story, lands on September 11 and even better no Bothans had to die bring this one to [INAUDIBLE]. For more streaming news, head to CNET.com.