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The upcoming additions to Netflix’s content lineup for September 2023

The upcoming additions to Netflix's content lineup for September 2023

Netflix is rolling out an exciting lineup of new content this September, offering something for everyone. The much-anticipated final season of Sex Education premieres on September 21, shifting its backdrop from Moordale Secondary to the more liberal Cavendish College and following Emma Mackey’s character, Maeve, in the U.S.

The series finale reunites its star-studded ensemble, including Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson, while introducing new characters played by Anthony Lexa, Felix Mufti, and Alexandra James.

For family audiences, the fifth chapter in the Spy Kids saga debuts, featuring a new generation of young spies played by Everly Carganilla and Connor Esterson, alongside their on-screen parents, Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi. The duo sets out to thwart a perilous computer virus unleashed by a nefarious game developer.

Roald Dahl fans are in for a treat as Netflix, capitalizing on its 2021 acquisition of the author’s works, unveils four short films directed by Wes Anderson. Starting with “The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar” on September 27, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, these films are adaptations of Dahl’s lesser-known stories and have already earned critical acclaim.

If true crime is more your speed, Netflix is releasing a second season of its Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal documentary series. This instalment delves deeper into the influential Murdaugh family, featuring interviews with key players from the community.

The final season of the NBC medical drama New Amsterdam also hits the platform this month, completing the series’ existing collection on the streaming service. Meanwhile, the four-part docuseries Encounters, produced by Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television, explores unexplained phenomena around the world.

Towards the end of September, Justin Timberlake and Benicio del Toro star in the crime thriller Reptile, making their streaming debut after a premiere at the 2023 Toronto Film Festival. Rounding out the month, The Great British Baking Show returns with a new season, welcoming new host Alison Hammond alongside the familiar panel of judges.

In addition to these high-profile releases, Netflix continues to expand its portfolio with other shows and movies, including the fifth season of “Love Is Blind” and a new instalment in the Power Rangers franchise, “Cosmic Fury.”

Earlier this month, the service added a mix of new and old titles, ranging from Don’t Worry Darling and Love at First Sight to classics like Field of Dreams and Stand by Me. With such an extensive offering, Netflix seems determined to keep audiences glued to their screens this fall.

Get ready for a month filled with exciting additions to Netflix’s streaming library this September. Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store:

September 1st:

Some classic films like Arrival, Jaws, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and 8 Mile are hitting the platform.

TV enthusiasts can dive into Disenchantment: Part 5 and Love is Blind: After the Altar: Season 4.

September 2nd:

Mark your calendars for Love Again.

September 3rd:

Action fans, brace yourselves for Crank and Crank 2: High Voltage.

September 5th:

The legendary Ron Burgundy returns in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and its sequel.

Comedy lovers, Shane Gillis brings Beautiful Dogs to your screens.

September 6th:

Explore Predators and intriguing documentaries like Infamy and Scout’s Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts of America.

September 7th:

Discover new series like GAMERA -Rebirth-, Top Boy: Season 3, and What If.

September 8th:

Get ready for intriguing content like Pokémon: To be a Pokémon Master: Ultimate Journeys: The Series: Part 1 and Selling The OC: Season 2.

September 12th:

Glow Up: Season 5 and Michelle Wolf’s comedy special, It’s Great to Be Here, are highlights.

September 13th:

Enjoy films like Class Act and Freestyle, along with the intriguing Wrestlers.

September 14th:

Kids can look forward to Barbie – A Touch of Magic: Season 1.

Mystery lovers, Once Upon a Crime awaits.

September 15th:

Dive into the past with Ancient Aliens: Seasons 6-7 and the epic Band of Brothers.

Don’t miss the thrilling Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 7.

September 16th:

Comedy hits with My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.

September 18th:

My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 5 brings joy to the young audience.

September 19th:

Catch Kountry Wayne: A Woman’s Prayer and The Saint of Second Chances.

September 20th:

Exciting content like Hard Broken and Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal: Season 2 awaits viewers.

September 21st:

Anime fans rejoice with KENGAN ASHURA: Season 2 and Scissor Seven: Season 4.

The popular series Sex Education returns with Season 4.

September 22nd:

Explore The Black Book, How To Deal With a Heartbreak, and the new season of Love Is Blind.

September 25th:

Little Baby Bum: Music Time keeps the little ones entertained.

September 26th:

Unravel the mystery of Who Killed Jill Dando

September 27th:

Dive into thrilling content like Encounters, Overhaul, and Street Flow 2.

September 28th:

Castlevania: Nocturne brings dark adventures, and Love is in the Air adds a romantic touch.

September 29th:

Enjoy the Great British Baking Show, Nowhere, and more.

September 30th:

Prepare for suspense with Poison.

With this exciting lineup, Netflix promises a diverse array of entertainment options for everyone in September 2023. Get ready to binge-watch your favourites!

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