This week, Maeve and Otis say goodbye, a young woman is stalked by aliens and a documentary looks back at modeling icons. Find the entire program of new releases and the essentials of the week in our weekly streaming guide.
🗓️ September 20
The Supermodels – Apple TV+
This four-episode documentary miniseries spotlights four emblematic figures of modeling, namely: Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington. Through interviews, the four models look back on their sometimes difficult start to their careers and their international star status that they subsequently experienced in the 90s.
- Hard Broken – Season 1 – Netflix
- Irresistible – Season 1 – Disney +
🗓️ September 21
Sex Education – Season 4 – Netflix
Fourth and final season for the Sex Education series. With Moordale High School permanently closed, Otis, Eric and the other students now find themselves in a new school: Cavendish High School. For her part, Maeve has gone to study in the United States, which distances her considerably from Otis.
This new season will therefore take place in new settings and will introduce new characters. Furthermore, things will change somewhat for Otis since he will no longer be the only therapist at his school.
The producers of the series announced that season 4 would be the last to avoid making one season too many. It must also be said that some members of the cast have taken off since season 1. Emma Mackey (Maeve) recently played in Barbie, while Ncuti Gatwa (Eric) will soon play Doctor Who.
Kengan Ashura – Season 2 – Netflix
Tokita Ouma, nicknamed Ashura, is back to defeat his opponents. As a reminder, in season 1, the fighter with extraordinary abilities participated in the Kengan Annihilation, a bare-handed fighting tournament organized by rich businessmen. This season will see a new tournament take place, while Nogi Hideki, the director of the Nogi Group, will return as an antagonist.
- Scissor Seven – Season 4 – Netflix
🗓️ September 22
Hunted – Disney +
“ Every year, there are more than 1,650,000 home invasions. This one is different », the catchphrase of the film Traquée tells us straight away: there will be no question of burglars.
The film tells the story of Brynn Adams, played by Kaitlyn Dever (Unbelievable, Booksmart). The young woman rejected by her community lives alone in a house in the countryside. One evening, Brynn Adams is awakened by noises coming from around her house and she will quickly understand that she is facing an attempted non-human intrusion.
With its slight air of Signs (M. Night Shyamalan, 2002), Hunted should particularly please home invasion fans.
- Still Up – Season 1 – Apple TV+
- My Life After You 2 – Netflix
- Love Is Blind – Season 5 – Netflix
- The Black Book – Netflix
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