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‘Set It Off,’ ‘Sister, Sister’ and other Black content on Netflix in September

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As we kick off the month of September, Netflix has added some more binge-worthy Black content to its platform that is sure to please.

Starting Tuesday, Sept. 1, Netflix subscribers will have access to new classic Black TV shows and movies, including the 1993 film Menace II Society, Tim Story’s Barbershop, Tia and Tamera Mowry’s ’90s sitcomSister, Sister.”

Set It Off, the 1996 urban classic starring Vivica A. Fox, Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah and Kimberly Elise, also is now available.

Starting Thursday, Sept. 10, and through the rest of the month, the streaming platform will roll out other hits, such as season five of the hit show “Greenleaf.”

Mara Brock Akil’s series “Girlfriends” is also joining the list. If you’re a fan of Joan, Lynn, Maya and Toni, you will soon be able to watch eight seasons of that popular show.

Here is a full list of the shows and movies coming to Netflix this month:

Sept. 1:

Barbershop

Glory 

Menace II Society

Set It Off

“Sister, Sister” (season 1-6)

Anaconda 

Lakeview Terrace 

“Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices”

Sept. 1o:

“Greenleaf” (season five)

Sept. 11:

“Girlfriends” (seasons one through eight)

Sept. 15:

“The Rap Game” (season two)

Sept. 17:

“Gims: On The Record”

Sept. 21:

A Love Song for Latasha 

Sept. 25:

“Country-ish”

Sept. 29:

“Michelle Buteau: Welcome to Buteaupia”