What’s new on Netflix in September 2021!

Netflix Inc. has a new season of some of its most popular films and exhibitions. And a huge array of original films in the coming month. The thrilling Spanish crime drama ‘Las Casas de Papel,” which is being pulled out, is scheduled to start the first part of its final season on September 3. Moreover, The supernatural crime drama “Lucifer” (September 10) has also returned to the final season. Moreover, the British high school drama “Sex Education” (September 17) is back for its third season, and the college drama “Dear White People” (September 22) concludes with its fourth season.

In addition, Netflix’s NFLX show in Season 3 of the ‘Too Hot to Handle Latino’ season (September 8 with the new weekly episodes). Season 6 of the ‘Nailed It!” (September 15) baking-fail shows, Season 2 of the ‘Lot on the Spectrum’ (September 21).

In addition to this, several originals, including “Q-Force” from September 2, will be released in the opening, as well as “On the Verge” from Julie Delpy (September 7). “Kate” from September 10, an action movie shows Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the poisoned assassin who has 24 hours to find the antidote and to find who he had done this to. Moreover, It’s your ultimate chance to see the most remarkable departures, “Pilgrim Scott against the world,” all three “Penny Dreadful” and “Boogie Night” seasons. 

So, These are our top ten selections of Television shows and films in September 2021. As always, they all belong to your membership of Netflix Originals.

10. Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror — Netflix Documentary

Genre:Documentary | Crime
Created By:Brian Knappenberger
Starring:Brian Knappenberger, Eve Marson
Released Date on Netflix:September 1
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:

September 11, 2001, is one of the most memorable dates in U.S. history. And those attacks had an immense impact on the perception of terrorists and their actions around the world. This Netflix documentary focuses on the events that happened during the few hours after the attack on the World Trade Center, and it emphasizes how people were very scared by the attacks. Still, they stood up and decided to do something about it. This documentary is produced by Netflix and is only an hour-long, making it very digestible for even a novice viewer of documentaries. The production value of this story is also impressive because it uses gripping audio from phone calls and news coverage, and visual footage of the attacks to tell this story.

9. Q-Force

Genre:Superhero fiction
Created By:Sean Hayes; Michael Schur
Starring:Sean Hayes; Gary Cole; David Harbour; Patti Harrison; Laurie Metcalf; Matt Rogers
Released Date on Netflix:September 2
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:

Netflix just released their new superhero series Q-Force. Yes, it is a new comic-based superhero series, but there is a lot of confusion on the web about what Q-Force is. The problem with the series was not the quality of music or acting but that people were expecting too much from this storyline. Some reviews said the series was Boring, and some complained that they expected something different from Q-Force. But no matter how good or bad it is, we are sure Netflix will make more money out of it than any other Marvel series on Netflix (including daredevil). The Q-Force Netflix Series was an excellent show, and we especially liked how they collaborated with the other superheroes to help save the city. 

8. Too Hot to Handle Latino

Genre:Reality dating game show
Created By:Laura Gibson, Charlie Bennett
Starring:Real Personalities
Released Date on Netflix:September 15
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:37%

Netflix has been ruling the entertainment industry for a lot of years now. In other words, many people are addicted to this online streaming service and spend their spare time watching movies and T.V. shows. One of the Netflix original series that deserves special attention is Too Hot to Handle Latino Netflix Series. As Netflix viewers are waiting for the next hit to watch in their next free time, they found a new Latino-American Netflix series that grabbed their attention. It’s called “Too Hot To Handle,” starring new personalities. The series is first with only four episodes, but Netflix fans give the highest reviews. Moreover, this show is a vivid portrait of the firehouse that brings backstory, heart, and laughs to a familiar demographic.

7. Love on the Spectrum

Genre:Reality Show
Created By:Cian O’Clery
Starring:Brooke Satchwell
Released Date on Netflix:September 21
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:100%

The recent Netflix series Love on the Spectrum has brought about a different perspective on forming relationships within the autistic community. So, Netflix’s Love on the Spectrum is a stunning new nine-part documentary series about interracial relationships. In addition, it features celebrity couple and YouTube celebrities Karamo Brown and his now ex-boyfriend, Ian Daniel, for three years. Moreover, this new Netflix series” Atypical” is a heartwarming and hilarious journey with a teen on the autism spectrum disorder spectrum as he searches for love. The series is groundbreaking because it shows what it’s like to be autistic in an honest and raw way and depicts both the hardships of autism and what makes it fun or beautiful.

6. Nailed It!

Genre:Reality competition
Created By:Paul Starkman
Starring:Nicole Byer, Jacques Torres, Weston Bahr
Released Date on Netflix:September 15
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:73%

Nailed It! The Netflix series is a baking competition for people who think they are cake decorating masters. Do you think you can bake like a pro? So, do you want to challenge some friends and show off your expert skills? Moreover, if yes, this show is perfect for you! Moreover, each week there are three rounds of challenges that make fun of amateur bakers’ attempts to copy the work of master pastry chefs. The challenges are so hilarious that it will become one of your favorite shows on T.V. There have been over 25 challenges since January 2018, and every new episode has captured our interest and attention. If you haven’t already seen this show, we strongly recommend that you watch its latest season because it is amazing!

5. The Circle

Genre:Reality competition
Created By:Michelle Buteau
Starring:Real Personalities
Released Date on Netflix:September 8
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:81%

The Circle, a U.S. competition for reality, was produced in January 2020 by Studio Lambert and Motion Content Group. It is based on an equally named British TV series. Moreover, the series takes on the idea that “no one can be in the circle” as a game based on social media. The Big Brother, Catfish, and the Black Mirror episode “Nosedive” are compared with the concept of ratings. During the show, the contestants will only communicate with others via “The Circle,” a computer program that transcribes their messages into text as if it is in the social media app. They will be isolated from their apartments. Thus the competitors can present different identities to others to win over them. Moreover, the contestants are often asked to rate their colleagues, with top voters becoming “the influences” of the Circle, empowering them to “block” a contestant out of the game.

4. Dear White People

Genre:Comedy-drama, Satire
Created By:Justin SimienJustin Simien
Starring:Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, DeRon Horton
Released Date on Netflix:September 22
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:95%

The issue of cultural appropriation hit the headlines recently with a new film. Dear White People, a Netflix series released this coming month, is about four black students attending an elite university struggling with racial tension. So, does it do a good job in tackling the issues around cultural appropriation? Let us find out! Dear White People started as a film in 2014 with the same title. Moreover, the top critics of Rotten Tomatoes gave it a score of 95%. The show was created by Justin Simien, who also directed the movie. In addition, the film stars Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, DeRon Horton, a bi-racial sophomore at Winchester University who satirizes racial discrimination and inequality with his radio show, Dear White People.

3. Sex Education

Genre:Comedy-drama, Sex comedy, Teen drama
Created By:Laurie Nunn
Starring:Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa
Released Date on Netflix:September 17
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:94%

Sex Education is an American comedy T.V. series, which has a plot that focuses on teen sexuality and other issues regarding sex and teenage relationships. The new season of this series will blow your mind because it was amazing. The story is about a 17-year old boy: Otis Milburn. He’s very charismatic and well-liked, and his friends call him “the biggest slag in Manchester.” This series also presents a realistic take on teenage sexuality and the taboos that surround it. Moreover, It tackles many issues that teenagers go through in regular life and uses them as plot lines for the show. It also throws in some comedy that is relevant in today’s society.

2. Lucifer

Genre:Occult detective fiction, Urban Fantasy, Police procedural
Created By:Tom Kapinos
Starring:Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro
Released Date on Netflix:September 10
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:86%

No doubt that you have heard regarding the Lucifer Netflix series. In other words, it is one of the most anticipated T.V. series right now, and with good reason. Moreover, the producers did a great task of picking someone who looks just like the original character. Lucifer is one popular T.V. series based on a D.C. Comics character of the same name. This character comes from Sandman, which is published by D.C. Comics’ Vertigo imprint. So, in this Netflix series, Lucifer Morningstar is portrayed by Tom Ellis. Moreover, he’s known as an excellent lawyer who was bored with his life and quit. To pass his time, he becomes the devil who helps people in their problems with protection and advice. Eventually, Lucifer’s past catches up to him when he investigates the murder of someone he knows and meets an LAPD detective Chloe Decker. 

1. Money Heist (“La Casa de Papel”) 

Genre:Crime drama, Heist, Thriller
Created By:Alex Pina
Starring:Úrsula Corberó, Álvaro Morte, Itziar Ituño
Released Date on Netflix:September 3
Rotten Tomatoes Ratings:93%

Money Heist “La Casa de Papel” is a fantastic Spanish T.V. series, which has been released on Netflix. We recommend it to everybody who likes to watch something interesting. Money Heist (“La Casa de Papel”) is a thriller series well-composed of lies and tense actions. Moreover, a group of the most dangerous mobsters gathers to plunder cash from the biggest guarded safe deposit vault in history. But, between the heist and the loot, there are also the traps they have to deal with. The cops investigating them and an innocent-lady owner that’s kept her money in that very bank. So, the wait is nearly over for all the anticipated fans of Money Heist’s last season. It’s on your way!

Moreover, this concerns the summary of the highest content. Besides that, in September 2021, let’s round out the entire list of new films and T.V. programs on Netflix.

Released Date: September 1, 2021

  • How to Be a Cowboy
  • Chappie
  • Clear and Present Danger
  • Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror 
  • The Blue Lagoon (1980)
  • A Cinderella Story
  • Agatha Christie’s Crooked House
  • Barbie Big City Big Dreams
  • Blade Runner: The Final Cut (1982)
  • Cliffhanger
  • Cold Mountain
  • Green Lantern
  • House Party 1, 2, 3
  • Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles
  • Dear John
  • Do the Right Thing
  • Freedom Writers
  • The Interview
  • Kid-E-Cats: Season 2
  • Marshall
  • Mystery Men
  • The Nutty Professor
  • The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps
  • Labyrinth
  • Letters to Juliet
  • Love Doesn’t Cost a Thing (2003)
  • Mars Attacks!
  • Once Upon a Time in America
  • Open Season 2
  • Tears of the Sun
  • Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins
  • Rhyme & Reason
  • School of Rock

Released Date: September 2, 2021

  • The afterlife of the Party — Netflix Film
  • Final Account
  • Q-Force — Netflix Original Series

Released Date: September 3, 2021

  • Dive Club 
  • Money Heist Part 5
  • Shark dog — Netflix Family
  • Worth — Netflix Film

Released Date: September 6, 2021

  • Countdown: Inspiration 4 Mission to Space(Episodes 1 and 2)

Released Date: September 7, 2021

  • Kid Cosmic: Season 2 — Netflix Family
  • Octonauts: Above & Beyond — Netflix Family
  • On the Verge — Netflix Original Series
  • Untold: Breaking Point — Netflix Documentary

Released Date: September 8, 2021

  • The Circle: Season 3 — Netflix Original Series (New episodes weekly)
  • Into the Night: Season 2 — Netflix Original Series
  • JJ+E — Netflix Film

Released Date: September 9, 2021

  • Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali
  • The Women and the Murderer

Released Date: September 10, 2021

  • Firedrake the Silver Dragon — Netflix Family
  • Kate — Netflix Film
  • Lucifer: The Final Season — Netflix Original Series
  • Metal Shop Masters — Netflix Original Series
  • Yowamushi Pedal
  • Pokémon Master Journeys: The Series 
  • Yowamushi Pedal Grande Road

Released Date: September 13, 2021

  • Countdown: Inspiration 4 Mission to Space — Netflix Documentary Series (New episodes)

Released Date: September 14, 2021

  • A StoryBots Space Adventure
  • The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals: Season 2 
  • You vs. Wild: Out Cold
  • Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: Season 5 

Released Date: September 15, 2021

  • Nailed It!: Season 6 — Netflix Original Series
  • Night books — Netflix Film
  • Saved by the Bell: Seasons 1-9
  • Schumacher — Netflix Documentary
  • Too Hot To Handle Latino — Netflix Original Series (New episodes weekly)

Released Date: September 16, 2021

  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • Jaws, 1, 2, 3 and The Revenge
  • My Heroes Were Cowboys — Netflix Documentary

Released Date: September 17, 2021

  • Ankahi Kahaniya — Netflix Film
  • Chicago Party Aunt — Netflix Original Series
  • The Father Who Moves Mountains — Netflix Film
  • Sex Education: Season 3 — Netflix Original Series
  • Squid Game — Netflix Original Series
  • The Stronghold — Netflix Film

Released Date: September 19, 2021

  • Dark Skies

Released Date: September 20, 2021

  • Grown Ups

Released Date: September 21, 2021

  • Go! Go! Cory Carson: Chrissy Takes the Wheel
  • Love on the Spectrum: Season 2

Released Date: September 22, 2021

  • Confessions of an Invisible Girl 
  • Intrusion — Netflix Film
  • Jaguar

Released Date: September 23, 2021

  • Je Suis Karl — Netflix Film

Released Date: September 24, 2021

  • Blood & Water: Season 2 — Netflix Original Series
  • Ganglands (Braqueurs) — Netflix Original Series
  • Jailbirds New Orleans — Netflix Original Series
  • Midnight Mass
  • My Little Pony: A New Generation 
  • Vendetta: Truth, Lies and The Mafia

Released Date: September 28, 2021

  • Ada Twist, Scientist — Netflix Family
  • Attack of the Hollywood Clichés! — Netflix Comedy Special

Released Date: September 29, 2021

  • The Chestnut Man — Netflix Original Series
  • Friendzone — Netflix Film
  • MeatEater: Season 10 Part 1 
  • No One Gets Out Alive
  • Polly Pocket: Season 3 Part 1
  • Sounds Like Love — Netflix Film

Released Date: September 30, 2021

  • Love 101: Season 2 — Netflix Original Series
  • Luna Park — Netflix Original Series
  • The Phantom

Shows which dates yet to be announced! 

  • Baki Hanma — Netflix Anime
  • Bangkok Breaking — Netflix Original Series
  • Crime Stories: India Detectives — Netflix Documentary
  • Kota Factory: Season 2 — Netflix Original Series


This list will be small, but we will get more and more releases in September 2021 on Netflix as we move through the month. So, we try to update this article with new releases every day in this coming month. Moreover, if you miss our August 2021 overview of all the shows, please check out our list of Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Showtime’s most popular films and television shows on our website besttoppers.

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