Those of you going back to school from September will find it hard to concentrate. Netflix has prepared for us the continuation of the series breaking records of popularity, exciting news from movies and series, but that’s the end of good news, because we have a difficult farewell to some series.
In Season 3 of “Sex Education” we will meet new cast members, including the new director of Moordale High. The first part of the final season of “Paper House” awaits us as well – we are getting closer to find out how the biggest heist in Netflix history will end. We will also embark on an exciting flight with the crew of season 2 of the series “Direction: Night”. And unfortunately, we will have difficult farewells – this time with “Lucifer”. But take it easy, Netflix has a lot of suggestions for us to wipe away tears.
The most interesting series premieres of Netflix in September
One of the most anticipated Netflix series premieres in September is the fifth, final season of “House of Paper”. On September 3, we will be able to see the first part of the final episodes. The professor’s team has been occupying the Bank of Spain for over a hundred hours, and he himself is under threat. Worse, yet another enemy comes into play: the military.
On September 8, the second season of the series “Direction: Night” will return. Having found refuge deep underground, passengers face a wave of new crises, and the atmosphere in the military bunker grows tense.
All bad things come to an end. For many, one of the saddest goodbyes in September will be the final parting with “Lucifer”. Lucifer has been promoted, but does he really care about his job? Chloe wants to quit the detective profession, Amenadiel joins the police. And these are not the only interesting events. We will see the 6th and final season from September 10
The second half of September is like wiping tears after difficult breakups or their announcements. Our days have definitely become more joyful thanks to good friends from Moordale High School, for whom we have waited a long time. In season 3 of “Sex education” rumors of a “sex school” begin to circulate around school. The new headmistress tries to control the unruly students, while Otis tries to hide his fleeting adventure. As always, it will be funny, affectionate, teasing and educational.
Also with the third season, the series “Pose” will return, which we will be able to watch on September 23. Blanka will be balancing between being a mother, partner and nurse, while Pray Tell struggles with the disease. A novelty will be the Danish series “Chestnut Man”, which is an adaptation of a popular novel. A girl is found brutally murdered in a Copenhagen playground, with a chestnut man hanging over her. The series can be watched on September 29.
The most interesting Netflix movie premieres in September
The 3rd day of the month will start exciting for fans of good, dramatic cinema. The fact-based production of “How Much Is Human Life Worth?” tells the story of the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The US Congress appoints experienced lawyer and mediator Kenneth Feinberg (Michael Keaton) as administrator of the 9/11 Victim Relief Fund. Its task is to determine the amount of compensation for people affected by the tragedy. Feinberg and his company’s head of operations, Camille Biros (Amy Ryan), face an impossible task. In order to help families who have suffered incalculable losses, they have to evaluate how much human life is worth. When Feinberg clashes with Charles Wolf (Stanley Tucci), a social activist mourning the death of his wife, he begins to realize the true human cost of the tragedy, and his cynicism is replaced by compassion.
On September 10, an interesting proposition under the sign of revenge, spectacular fight scenes and yakuza – “Kate” will appear on the platform. The meticulous and exceptionally gifted Kate is an experienced assassin at the peak of her career. However, when her mission, which targets a yakuza member in Tokyo, unexpectedly veers off track, she quickly discovers that she has been poisoned. She has 24 hours before her inevitable death to take revenge on all who fell under her skin. As her condition deteriorates, Kate bonds with the teenage daughter of one of her former victims. Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Miku Martineau and Woody Harrelson.
Netflix does not forget how many Formula 1 fans it has in its ranks, so it pampers them from time to time. This time, we are presented with a documentary filmed with the full support of Michael Schumacher’s family, “Schumacher”, which contains unique interviews and previously unpublished archival materials, composing a full of sense and at the same time critical portrait of the seven-time world champion. The film analyzes numerous aspects of the image of this remarkable athlete and accompanies him on a dizzying career in a challenging sport loved by millions of people around the world.
Among the well-known and beloved productions from the big screen on September 1, we will be able to return to the Oscar-winning “Frida” with Salma Hayek, hilarious “Frauds” with Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway, and from September 15, we will be able to learn the story of actress Jean, who was under surveillance by the FBI for her social commitment Seberg in the biopic “Seberg” starring Kristen Stewart in the title role. On the same day, the great drama “Way Back” starring Ben Affleck will appear on Netflix. He plays the role of a depressed man, a once-rising basketball star who had to put his pride in his pocket and hire himself as a coach at his old high school. On September 27, we will have the opportunity to watch the critically acclaimed “Lighthouse” with Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe.