Best Movies and TV Shows That You Can Watch on Netflix From September 2021

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For all the binge-watchers, it’s the time to relax and wait for few days of suspense as September is about to arrive with exciting and thrilling movies and TV shows in its store. Starting from your favorite awaited show about the teenage dilemma, Sex Education season 3 topping up with some thrilling and violent Birds of Prey, starring a new leading female actress, Kate replacing the actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead. But, for all The Haunting Of Hill House lovers, don’t worry! The creators of the same are waiting for you to watch another supernatural series – Midnight Mass, starring Hill House alum Kate Siegel, along with the Zach Gilford of Friday Night Lights, an American drama series.

The entertainment is never-ending, with comedy and drama in The Starling, starring Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’ Dowd as a couple. And this list goes on with the return of the final page of Dear White People Volume 4 and the sequels of Jaws. Setting apart, there are other noteworthy and exciting series and shows coming up in September. 

School of Rock: September 1

School of Rock
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It’s time to grab up some snacks and watch a family-friendly movie by Mike White. Directed by Richard Linklater and written by Mike White, the School of Rock stars Jack Black as a substitute private teacher in a private elementary school. This is a classic movie that surely can please and entertain the audience. 

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 The Turning point of 9/11 and the War on Terror: September 1

Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror
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Afghanistan has been in attendance for quite a month now. This upcoming documentary, directed by Brian Knappenberger, is definitely a must-watch as it portrays the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the state of chaos and disturbance caused in Afghanistan since the U.S. military had withdrawn. The Taliban had established its rule over there. It also brings into light the origination of Al-Qaida and aggressive attacks that happened over there.

Some other awesome picks for you releasing on September 1 are: How to be a Cowboy, A Cinderella story, Agatha Christie’s Crooked House, Chappie, Clear and Present Danger, Cold Mountain, Make the right thing, Dear John, Open season 2, Tears of the Sun, The Nutty Professor, Mars Attacks, Rhyme & Reason, Mystery Men, Marhsall, House Party, House Party 2, House Party 3, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, Barbie Big City Big Dreams, Blade Runner: The final cut (1982), The Blue Lagoon (1980), Cliffhanger, Freedom Writers, Green Lantern and many more.

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Afterlife of the party: September 2

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Directed by Stephen Herek and written by Carrie Freedle, Afterlife of the party has the storyline portraying a social butterfly who experienced the worst birthday party. All her loved ones were dying during her birthday week. Surprisingly, she was given another chance to fix her wrongs on Earth by getting reconnected with her loved ones. Interesting, right? Do give it a watch to know whether she could prove that she’s worthy enough to secure heaven for herself in the sky so high. Do have a look at Final Account and Q-Force as well to spice up your day.

Kate: September 10

Kate
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Mary Elizabeth Winstead is back starring in Kate, directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan. She has been depicted as a cruel assassin who gets poisoned and takes her path towards hunting her attackers who poisoned her within 24 hours of her survival. Along with Kate, check out Firedrake the Silver Dragon, Lucifer: The final season, Metal Shop Masters, Prey, Yowamushi Pedal, Yowamushi Pedal Grande Road, and Pokemon Master journeys: The series.

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Sex Education Season 3: September 17

Sex Education: Season 3
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Your all-time favorite show is back with much more horny high schoolers. The story is revolving around sexually active youths and adults in Switzerland. The virgin teen sex therapist, Otis, starred by Asa Butterfield, who is seen taking an interest in casual hookups. You will also glance at Gillian Anderson as Jean, who is a newly pregnant sex therapist mother. Some other add-ons for you on this day are Ankahi Kahaniya, Chicago Party aunt, The father who moves mountains, Squid game, and The Stronghold.

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What else is coming to you this September?

No one wants to miss a good series or show, right? So in case, you don’t miss out on your favorites, here comes the full list of what’s coming to you this September.

September 3: Dive Club, Money Heist part 5: Volume 1, Sharkdog, Worth 

September 6: Countdown: Inspiration 4 Mission to Space 

September 7: On the verge, Kid Cosmic: Season 2, Octonauts: Above and Beyond, Untold: Breaking point

September 8: The Circle: Season 3, Into The Night: Season 2, JJ+E

September 9: Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali, The Women, and the murderer

September 15: Nailed It!: Season 6, Night books, Saved by the Bell: Seasons 1-9, Schumacher,Too Hot To Handle Latino 

September 16: Jaws, Jaws 2, Jaws 3, Jaws: The Revenge, My Heroes Were Cowboys 

September 19: Dark Skies

September 20: Grown-Ups

September 21: Love on the Spectrum: Season 2 

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September 22: Jaguar, Confessions of an Invisible Girl, Dear White People: Volume 4, Intrusion 

September 23: Je Suis Karl 

September 24: The Starling, Blood & Water: Season 2, Ganglands, Jailbirds New Orleans, Midnight Mass, My Little Pony: A New Generation 

September 28: Ada Twist, Scientist, Attack of the Hollywood Clichés!

September 29: MeatEater: Season 10 Part 1 , No One Gets Out Alive, Polly Pocket Season 3 Part 1, The Friendzone

September 30: Love 101: Season 2, Luna Park, The Phantom, Late September

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