A new month means a new set of shows and films to put on your watch list! We think there’s a lot you’d want to add to your ever-growing list, so make sure you set aside some time on the weekends for what’s new on Netflix this September 2021.
Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1
For over 100 hours, the gang has been stuck in the Bank of Spain. After rescuing Lisbon, they face one of their biggest challenges yet, because they just lost the Professor after he was arrested by Sierra. They’re struggling to find an escape, and they must ready themselves to face the army. The end of the greatest heist in history is approaching, and what began as a robbery will turn into a war. Available on September 3 on Netflix.
Sex Education: Season 3
The audience has a lot of questions from the last season. Would Jean get to continue as a sex therapist and will she go through her pregnancy? Who will be the new head of the school? Are Eric and Adam finally official? Will Otis ever know his confession didn’t reach Maeve? Will Maeve ever know he tried to confess? And will Otis and Maeve ever get together? All of these questions have been somewhat answered in the trailer, but the new season would definitely hook you in. Available on September 17 on Netflix.
In an unknown location, 456 cash-strapped individuals are forced to play a dangerous survival game known as the “Squid Game.” The stake is high, but so is the risk. The winner will get to take home 45.6 billion won, but losers will have to give up their life. Only one winner can remain. Available on September 17 on Netflix.
Lucifer: The Final Season
After five long seasons, Chloe and Lucifer are FINALLY together. But even if they already got their happily every after, there’s still much to be done. Lucifer Morningstar must prepare to assume his position as God. But a new enemy is out to get him and take his place in power. Available on September 10 on Netflix.
In a small, isolated island community, disgraced young man Riley Flynn returns home and charismatic priest Father Paul arrives as a newcomer. With Father Paul’s arrival, several unexplained and seemingly miraculous events occur. But at what cost? Available on September 24 on Netflix.
Afterlife of the Party
Cassie (Victoria Justice) is the life of the party. That is until she dies in a freak accident. In the afterlife, she needs to right her wrongs if she wants to earn her wings. Available on September 2 on Netflix.
Adapted from the book of the same name, the film follows scary story fan Alex who must tell a spine-tingling tale each night — or else he would forever stay strapped in the wicked witch’s magical apartment. Available on September 15 on Netflix.
Well-loved Pinoy shows and movies
Dito at Doon
From TBA Studios: As the community quarantine puts the nation on hold, a political science major and a student working part-time as a delivery driver butt heads online but soon find themselves falling for each other.
Available on September 2 on Netflix.
I’m Drunk, I Love You
From TBA Studios: Days before graduation, two college best friends go on one last road trip where they settle how they really feel for each other. But to put it upfront, this is not a love story.
Available on September 15 on Netflix.
Pangako Sa ‘Yo: Season 1
A pair of star-crossed lovers from different walks of life find and fight for each other against all odds.
Available on September 10 on Netflix.
The General’s Daughter: Season 1
Rhian Bonifacio is a dedicated military nurse, but she has secrets of her own. And there are secrets she needs to uncover to recognize the truth about her life.
Available on September 17 on Netflix.