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Subscription video on demand services like Netflix are progressively creeping up on the popularity of live TV entertainment, and changing how audiences prefer to consume media. The TV watching population is no longer dependent on time-restricted TV shows and movies. You can simply log into Netflix and start watching your favorites on your own timeline. Running a movie marathon over the weekend or binging on TV shows when you get the time to spare, is so much easier with the plethora of VOD streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video.

Every month Netflix releases captivating quality content which encompasses a whole lot of diversity. While in 2020 Netflix was forced to delay production due to the pandemic, and its spending on content stood at $11.8 billion relative to $13.9 billion the year before, the streaming giant anticipates to spend $17 billion on content in 2021. If production does not come to suffer from delays, you can expect to be thoroughly entertained by Netflix.

Netflix had a total of 15, 000 titles across all its international libraries in February 2021. Albeit, with greater focus on original content, the size of the Netflix library is somewhat shrinking, this by no means implies Netflix fans will be left in want for variety. Keeping the spirit of introducing engaging content alive, Netflix is about to premier some excellent titles, shows and movies, in September 2021. So, fans can get ready to tune into Netflix Originals, and a collection of new seasons, shows and movies as soon as September 1, 2021.  

Shows Coming to Netflix in September 2021

Money Heist (Season 5 Volume 1)

Release date: September, 3, 2021

The Season 5 Volume 1 of Money Heist consists of a total of 5 episodes. It is the first half of the 5th season, and a 90-second trailer has been released for all Money Heist fans. The 2 halves i.e. Volume 1 & 2 of Season 5 are anticipated to air 3 months apart.

Season 5 is highly anticipated and for all the right reasons. The trailer promises thrill, suspense and action all in the right proportion to keep you at the edge of your seat. A brutal confrontation with the authorities is inevitable, and casualties are expected on both sides. With the Professor captured, and without an escape plan, the gang locked up in the Bank of Spain for over 100 hours, the historic heist shows signs of turning into a war. So, brace yourselves for all the upcoming action!

There are 2 new additions to the show’s cast, Patrick Criado (La Gran Familia Española) and Miguel Ángel Silvestre (Sense 8).

Lucifer (Season 6)

Release date: September 10, 2021

Lucifer is going to leave its huge fan base following season 6, the finale. 

The final season will depict the part of Lucifer’s journey where he struggles with the devil he is, as he attempts to mimic God. The entire series has been a roller coaster ride, with lots of returns and resurrections keeping everyone on their toes. Season 6 is anticipated to be packed with characters making a come back, and is rumored to include references to the Black Lives Matter movement in the context of social justice, given the season was in the making when the BLM was at its peak. Also, the series finale is keeping viewers guessing if they’ll get to see how the romantic relationship between Lucifer and Chloe pans out.

Let there be no more spoilers, hold tight, and tune into Lucifer Season 6 premier on Netflix next month! 

Sex Education (Season 3)

Release date: September 17, 2021

Since the first season of the British comedy-drama Sex Education premiered in January 2019, it has been streamed by 40 million viewers. The second season released in January 2020 also earned Aimee Lou Wood the BAFTA award for the best female comedy performance. Having been revived for a  3rd season, it is now due to premier on Netflix next month.  

The show depicts a unique approach to teenage high-school drama. It showcases teenage emotions and struggles related to understanding sexuality in a way it does not become toxic. The previous seasons have done an excellent job at keeping viewers engaged. And you can expect nothing less from season 3. If you haven't already followed the confused chemistry between Maeve and Otis, or had fun watching the awkward encounters between Otis and his mom who also happens to be a sex therapist, you need to catch on!  

Midnight Mass

Release date: September 24, 2021

The upcoming supernatural horror-drama series revolves around the life of an isolated island community seeking reasons to believe. On one hand, the existing divisions among them stand augmented by the return of the shunned Zach Gilford. While on the other the splendid miracles and ill-omened mysteries which occur following the arrival of Father Paul tend to induce a renewed sense of religious fervor in the community.

The new 7-episode show comes to Netflix from the creator of The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor, Mike Flanagan, and is anticipated to be as unsettling.

Dear White People

Release date: September 22, 2021

The fourth and last season of the satirical comedy drama is due to premier on Netflix next month, and while it continues to feed controversy given its title, it is nonetheless a favorite on the streaming platform. The show is Netflix’s adaptation of a 2014 critically acclaimed film by Justin Simien, albeit it depicts both a continuation and departure from the source.  

Given the spotlight on social justice in the context of Black Lives Matter Movement, the show is thought to be “timely and provocative” bringing viewers a mix of social commentary and humor. Follow the lives of a group of black students in a predominantly white Ivy League College, as they encounter discrimination in its many forms, and the myth of “post-racialism” falls apart.   

Movies Coming to Netflix in September 2021


Release date: September 3, 2021

A 2020 film, Worth is set to premier on Netflix next month. The film is based on the book “What Is Life Worth?: The Unprecedented Effort to Compensate the Victims of 9/11”, and depicts Michael Keaton starring as Kenneth Feinberg (the author of the book).

The true-life drama shows Feinberg’s struggles and realizations as he attempts to determine compensation for families who had suffered irreparable loss on 9/11. Feinberg, an attorney and mediator, was appointed to lead the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund. Watch Keaton’s portrayal of Feinberg, learning lessons in empathy, when he is confronted with the conflict between compassion and pragmatism. If you are in for some serious content with a sentimental underlying theme, Worth can be a perfect pick.


Release date: September 10, 2021

Fan of a full-on action and revenge movie? Kate is the upcoming Netflix movie you must watch.

Starring Woody Harrelson and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, the movie revolves around the latter who appears as a ruthless assassin at work in Tokyo. With 24 hours to live, following a fatal poisoning at her final job, she sets off to find the enemy and exact revenge, but ends up in a strong bond with an  ex-target's daughter. The twists and turns are numerous in this movie. Shot on location across Bangkok and Tokyo, it is a high-action intense film which depicts Winstead engaged in stunts and hand-to-hand combat. The female-centric nature of the movie and its female protagonists only add to the appeal.

Sounds Like Love

Release date: September 29, 2021

Take a break from all-English content, and watch this Spanish novel adaptation! The movie is based on a best-seller Spanish novel duology Canciones y Recuerdos (Songs and Memories). It is a rom-com perfect for a girls' sleepover or a weekend movie night.

The film revolves around a 30-year old fashion assistant working in Madrid. Maca’s seemingly perfect life is thrown off the hook when her ex Leo returns, bringing her repressed emotions to the forefront. Watch Maca struggle as she deals with the unforgettable memory of how Leo had made her lose her self-esteem and faith in men.

While Elisabet Benavent, the author of the novel duology admits it was a challenge to can 500 pages in 90 minutes, she believes the film respects the spirit of each character, and the result is incredible.

What Speed Do You Need to Stream Netflix?  

Streaming Netflix requires you to have a stable high-speed internet connection. Here are the minimum recommended speeds by Netflix:

  • To stream video in SD, you must have an internet connection that delivers at least 3 Mbps download speed
  • To stream video in HD, you must have an internet connection that delivers at least 5 Mbps download speed
  • To stream video in 4K/UHD, you must have an internet connection that delivers at least 25 Mbps download speed

What you must however keep in mind is this is the speed recommendation for a single Netflix stream. But if other users and devices are also connected to the same home network, the internet plan you are subscribed to must be able to support the overall internet consumption, otherwise your Netflix stream is bound to be tied up in buffering loops.

Read more about what is the ideal internet speed for streaming Netflix.

The Endnote

If you are a fan of streaming Netflix content, make sure you have a reliable high-speed internet connection to support that. Without a seamless stream that gets you the best picture and sound quality you are entitled to with your Netflix subscription, you’ll find the experience frustrating to say the least.  

Now that you know about a few sizzling titles landing on Netflix next month, with more revealed over the next couple of weeks, its time you get ready to stream with the right internet plan at your disposal. Unless this pre-requisite is already fulfilled, you can speak to experts at 1-855-349-9328 for information about high-speed provider-plans available at your address.