What's New on Netflix in September — Plus: Disney+, HBO Max and Others

September 2021 New on Streaming TV

To help you anticipate and navigate all that Netflix has to offer, TVLine presents this comprehensive list of all the TV shows, movies, documentaries and specials making their debut on the streaming service this month — all as a free supplement to our daily What to Watch and weekly TVLine-Up columns.

Among Netflix TV shows this September, you have the first half of Money Heist‘s final caper (get scoop); new cycles for unscripted faves The Circle, Love on the Spectrum, Nailed It! and Too Hot to Handle; a third season of Sex Education (watch promo); and the very last episodes of Dear White People (watch trailer) and Lucifer (here’s everything we know).

Netflix movies this month, meanwhile, include the Michael Keaton 9/11 drama Worth, the Mary Elizabeth Winstead action-thriller Kate, the Victoria Justice supernatural comedy Afterlife of the Party, and the next installment in the My Little Pony franchise. 

TVLine also offers a look at what’s coming up on Amazon Prime (which includes the Camila Cabello-led Cinderella), Apple TV+ (where The Morning Show is scheduled to go back on air), Disney+ (the Doogie Howser reboot is ready to scrub in!), HBO Max (whose offerings include Doom Patrol Season 3), Hulu (where FX’s long-gestating Y: The Last Man adaptation will finally see the light of day), Paramount+ (which has the JoJo Siwa-headlined musical The J Team) and Peacock (where Days of Our Lives fans can soon go Beyond Salem).

Want scoop on any streaming series? Email InsideLine@tvline.com and your question may be answered in those columns.

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