What to see in September 2021 on Netflix


The end of the holidays will be mitigated by lots of entertainment on Netflix. New films and TV series, original and otherwise, which will enrich the vast catalog of the streaming platform. You are spoiled for choice on what to see on Netflix in September 2021, so make yourself comfortable!

What to see on Netflix in September 2021

It promises to be a very exciting month, between highly anticipated new seasons and unexpected first visions. Films, documentaries, TV series: as always there is something for all tastes.

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The whole audience eagerly awaits the first 5 episodes of the last season of the House of Paper, arriving on September 3. For the actual ending to the series Alex Pina instead we will have to wait until December. Another adventure is also about to end: that of Lucifer, the most beloved devil of recent years.

With this sixth season available from September 10 the series comes to an end. Friday September 17 certainly bodes well for the third season of Sex Education, which is gathering more and more consensus. After a time jump of a year, we find the old protagonists but also new characters.

Here comes the September 1st also the highly anticipated docu-series Turning Point, which in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks tells of the terrorist phenomenon, from the birth of Al-Qaeda in the 1980s to the American response.

An all-Italian novelty is then Luna Park, with the first season expected for September 30th. The scenario is Rome in the years of the Economic Boom, and the story centers on the encounter between two completely different girls: the carousel Nora and the wealthy Rosa, who, however, will discover that they have a lot in common.

Other original series not to be missed: Dive Club – A dive into the mystery (September 3), On the Verge – To the Limit (September 7), Into the Night (September 8). Then again Midnight Mass, Blood & Water And Robbers – The Series (September 24).

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Among the most promising releases there is undoubtedly Worth, arriving on September 3, with a cast that bodes well. A lawyer is faced with the near impossible task of determining how to compensate families who suffered untold losses after the attacks of September 11, 2001.

If, on the other hand, it is action movies and thrillers that thrill you, it is worth watching Prey And Kate, both available from September 10, as well as Intrusion, expected for September 22.

For a sentimental comedy the most anticipated title is We were songs, which will land on Netflix on September 29. But the real focus is on the documentary Schumacher, film about the legendary Formula 1 champion made in collaboration with his family, on the platform since September 15.

Other upcoming movies that deserve attention are Afterlife of the Party (September 2), Vinterviker (September 8), Confessions of an invisible girl (September 22), The starling’s nest (September 22).

Non-original releases

As always, Netflix enriches its offer with many non-original titles. Since September 1st are available Little Women, Eat, pray, love, Jump, Asterix at the Olympics, US Marshals – Hunt relentlessly, all seasons of Chicago Med And Chicago Fire and many more. All that remains is to choose where to start!

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