Here’s What’s New On Netflix In September 2021

Hanane Tabet


Here’s What’s New On Netflix In September 2021

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New month means new list of movies and series coming to Netflix. So here are the ones we will be binge watching on the streaming service in September.


Jackie  – September 2

Natalie Portman stars in this powerful autobiographical drama about former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, in the days immediately following her husband's assassination.  Natalie Portman’s captivating performance earned her an Oscar nomination in 2016. 




Afterlife of the Party – September 2

Looking for a movie that is guaranteed to lift your spirits and ease your daily stress? Don’t worry, we’ve got the perfect comedy for you! American actress and singer Victoria Justice stars in her first Original movie for Netflix: Afterlife of the Party. She plays a young party animal, Cassie, who dies on her birthday and is given a second chance by her guardian angel to right her wrongs on Earth, so she can go to heaven. Expect some fun, emotional moments and catchy songs one of which Victoria co-wrote.




Money Heist: Part 5 – September 3

The highly successful and global phenomenon Money Heist, known as La Casa de Papel in Spanish, is back in September on Netflix, as the first five episodes of season 5 (and probably the last) will be unveiled on September 3. Fans should expect the last five episodes to be released in December. In season 4, there were unexpected deaths of fan favorites such as Berlin (Pedro Alonso), Nairóbi (Alba Flores), and Moscow (Paco Tous), so let’s hope season 5 brings some happier moments!




JJ+E / Vinterviken– September 8

This Swedish romance movie is based on a Swedish novel named 'Vinterviken', a reference to the swimming place where they go on the outskirts of Stockholm, by Mats Wahl. John-John and Elisabeth (JJ+E) are two youngsters who live in the same city but lead very different lives, separated by cultural and social differences. Yet they will fall in love when they meet in high school. A passionate and modern teen romance that we can’t wait to know more about.




Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali – September 9

This Netflix documentary tells the extraordinary and tragic three-year friendship story between two American iconic figures: human rights activist Malcolm X and legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. The film features interviews from their family members, such as Muhammad Ali’s younger brother Rahman Ali and Malcolm X’s daughter Ilyasah Shabazz, as well as never-before-seen footage.




Sex Education Season 3 – September 17

After waiting for like forever, Sex Education is finally back with season 3 this September. I hate it when I get addicted to a series and I have to wait for months for the release of another season, don’t you? Well, thankfully, our favorite characters Otis, Maeve, Eric, and of course Jean will be back on our screens on September 17. As you can see, we don’t have the “usual” trailer that will give us few details on what to expect in season 3, we have what looks like a promotional video that features Jemima Kirke in her new role of headmistress, and she seems to have introduced a new dress code. Just a couple more weeks left, can’t wait!