Grab a pen and pull out the calendars, because here’s the Netflix preview for September. Meet at the streaming service over the next few weeks some new movies and series a. We filtered out a few recommendations. You can find the complete overview below.
Netflix kicks off September with a 9/11 drama. Michael Keaton can be seen in Worth as a lawyer dealing with the consequences of the Attacks on the World Trade Center employed. The documentary about Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, which deals with the history of the two historical personalities, also sounds exciting.
You should put three more films on your watchlist:
Kate looks like Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s John Wick
Schumacher is dedicated to the career of the Formula 1 legend
Prey is a nerve-wracking survival thriller starring David Kross
The biggest Netflix blockbuster in the series is the 5th season of House of Money. The Spanish Heist series turns into the home straight and ends up getting really dramatic again. After Haunted Hill House and Haunted Bly Manor, horror master Mike Flanagen is back with his third Netflix series, Midnight Mass.
Midnight Mass – S01 Trailer (English) HD
We also have three tips for your watch list for the series:
There aren’t that many licensed titles yet. The two big highlights in September on Netflix are the literary film adaptation When Hitler Stole the Pink Rabbit and the horror comedy Zombieland 2: Double is Better with Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin and Woody Harrelson.
New movies on Netflix in September 2021
New series on Netflix in September 2021
- 09/01/2021: How to Be A Cowboy, Season 1
- 09/01/2021: Turning point: 9/11 and the war on terror, season 1
- 09/01/2021: Chicago Med, Season 1
- September 2nd, 2021: Q-Force, Season 1
- September 3rd, 2021: House of Money, Season 5, Part 1
- September 3rd, 2021: Sharkdog, Season 1
- 03.09.2021: Dive Club, Season 1
- September 6th, 2021: Countdown: The Space Mission Inspiration4, Season 1
- September 7th, 2021: Kid Cosmic, Season 2
- 07.09.2021: On the Verge, Season 1
- September 8th, 2021: Into the Night, Season 2
- September 8th, 2021: The Circle, Season 3
- 09/10/2021: Metal art: Showdown on the welding machine, season 1
- Sep 13, 2021: Crime Stories: India Detectives, Season 1
- September 14th, 2021: The most spectacular holiday apartments in the world, season 2
14.09.2021: You against the wilderness: Crashed, season 1
- September 14th, 2021: Nailed It !, Season 6
- September 16, 2021: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Season 1
- September 17, 2021: Squid Game, Season 1
- Sep 17, 2021: Chicago Party Aunt, Season 1
- September 17, 2021: Sex Education, Season 3
- 09/21/2021: Love in the Spectrum, Season 2
- 09/22/2021: Dear White People, Season 4
- 09/22/2021: Jaguar, Season 1
09/23/2021: Pose: Season 3
- September 24th, 2021: Midnight Mass, Season 1
- 09/24/2021: Vendetta: Truth, Lies and the Mafia, Season 1
- September 24th, 2021: Blood & Water, Season 2
September 24th, 2021: In the Eye of the Wolf, Season 1
- 09/28/2021: Ada Twist, Season 1
09/29/2021: MeatEater, Season 1
- 09/30/2021: Love 101, Season 2
- 09/30/2021: Luna Park, Season 1
As always, the list is not complete, as more films and series often appear at the weekend that were not previously announced by Amazon.
Podcast: The best feel-good series on Netflix & Co.
Ted Lasso is currently the best feel-good series. In the podcast we therefore ask ourselves why that is. What is it that makes a feel-good or feel-good series?
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After our discussion about Ted Lasso, we recommend further series with a real feel-good factor and nature documentaries on top of that, always with a note of where you can stream them, of course.
What new Netflix movies and series are you looking forward to the most?