Netflix It is one of the leaders in the world of streaming and its strategy of renewing the different alternatives that its catalog presents every month is essential to stay on top. In that sense, the films that it offers to its subscribers are part of the main course of the popular service that includes its own productions within its proposals.
September comes with many surprises for subscribers of the service. Movies for all tastes and ages that will continue to grow this streaming giant. Alternatives that will seduce different audiences, but that ultimately have the ability to enhance a brand that is synonymous with success: Netflix.
+ Movies coming to Netflix in September 2021
Beyond the Party | 9/2/2021
Cassie lives for fun, until she dies in an accident. Now, he must make amends for his mistakes on Earth to get his wings in the afterlife.
How Much is Life Worth? | 3/9/2021
In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks in the US, an attorney must attempt to determine the monetary value of the lives that were lost. Based on real events.
Vinterviken | 8/9/2021
Although they live in the same city, Elisabeth and John-John inhabit different worlds. Can a passionate first love break down social and cultural barriers?
Kate | 10/9/2021
In Tokyo, a ruthless killer has been poisoned before her latest mission. You now have less than 24 hours to find out who did it and exact revenge.
Tales at Nightfall | 9/15/2021
A child fanatic of scary stories must tell a scary tale every night. If you don’t, you are forever trapped in an evil witch’s apartment.
The Starling | 9/24/2021
As she tries to move on after a painful loss and support her husband in his recovery, a woman fights a bird that has taken over the garden.
Nobody gets out alive | 9/29/2021
A story about a haunted house, a harsh tale of immigrant life, and a world where folklore can become terrifyingly real and terrifying.
A car accident will serve as an excuse to connect the lives of different strangers in the same situation. Three different stories are the focus of this story that marked the debut of Alejandro González Iñarritú as director.
+ Documentaries and specials
Uncovered: Break Point | 9/7/2021
The pressure to continue the winning tradition of the United States in tennis led Mardy Fish to deal with his mental health, something that affected his personal and sports life.
Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali | 9/9/2021
From a chance encounter to a tragic outcome, the extraordinary bond between Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali is broken under the weight of mistrust and a change of ideals.
Schumacher | 15/9/2021
Documentary that explores in depth the life of Michael Schumacher, icon of Formula 1 and owner of a challenging and daring spirit.
+ Children and family
Mission in the Snow: An Interactive You vs. Wild | 9/14/2021
After a plane crash, Bear suffers from amnesia and must make decisions to save the missing pilot and survive in this high-stakes interactive adventure.
My Little Pony: New Generation | 9/24/2021
Equestria is divided. But one heroine believes that land ponies, pegasi, and unicorns should be friends. And gallop to gallop, he’s going to give it his all to prove it.
Tut Tut Cory Racers: Chrissy at the Wheel
From video games to cures for hiccups, Cory Bólidos’ curious little sister Chrissy roams the city in search of fun and adventure.
Yowamushi Pedal | 10/9/2021
By joining the school’s cycling club, Sakamichi Onoda discovers that, with effort and the support of his peers, he can become a true competitor.
The Curse of Hill House / Bly Manor