Also in September 2021, Netflix is expanding its range of series. In addition, the broadcast service relies on documentaries such as that of Formula 1 star Michael Schumacher.
Los Gatos (USA) – Jeans with jeans, sports pants and kept on the couch – Netflix is waiting! Broadcast service in the US is improving for the fall and is again expanding its range in all areas. This includes buying popular series, including in-house productions in the Netflix catalog, and offering new documentaries and shows.
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Documentaries and series you should watch on Netflix in September 2021
In September 2021, Netflix users can look forward to, among others, “Chicago Fire”, “Chicago Med”, “Sex Education” and “Money Heist” in the serial area. The broadcast service offers fans of exciting documentaries, for example, “Wendepunkt: 9/11 and the War on Terror”, “Schumacher” or “Crime Stories: Detectives of India”. kreiszeitung.de takes a look at the main points.
- September 1: Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror (Documentary) – A five-part documentary series directed by Brian Knappenberger that offers viewers a cohesive chronicle of the September 11, 2001, attacks in the United States. How did this event change the United States in the long run, how did the course of an entire nation change?
- September 1: Chicago Fire – This series focuses on the heroic men and women of the Chicago Department of Firefighting, better known as “Firehouse 51”. Producer Dick Wolf (franchise “Law & Order”) presents stories characterized by emotion, suspense, and many daring rescue operations.
- September 1: Chicago Med – “Chicago Fire” Spin-off. Ensemble series that include a psychiatrist, a pediatrician and a nurse, among others. Actress Yaya DaCosta plays a central role and is the connecting element of the series mother. She embodies the attractive nurse April Sexton, who is increasingly meeting Kelly (Taylor Kinney).
- September 1: Young Wallander (Season 2) – British-Swedish television series based on fictional detective Kurt Wallander, invented by Henning Mankell. Classic “case of the week” entertainment that invites the viewer to guess and puzzle.
- September 3: Heist of Money (Part 5a) – a successful format from Spain, which tells the story of an attack, including the taking of hostages in the printing of Spanish banknotes and the Spanish central bank. The last five episodes of “Money Heist” are scheduled to air in December.
- September 8: Into the Night (Season 2) – In the beginning it was dark – this is how “Into the Night” can be described. The first Netflix series from Belgium deals with the fact that the sun is becoming a deadly threat to humanity due to a solar incident. The focus is on passengers on a night flight from Brussels, which is heading west and seeking night security and the darkness associated with it.
- September 9: The Women and the Killer (documentary) – Shows how serial killer Guy Georges was finally caught through the tireless and nervous work of two women – a police chief and the victim’s mother. Background: Georges is considered a serial killer who tortured, raped and then killed at least seven young women in the 1990s.
- September 15: Schumacher (documentary) – Netflix pays homage to one of the greatest Formula 1 stars of all time with a documentary. As is well known, Michael Schumacher has been quiet since his skiing accident in late 2013. But now the streaming service promises a portrait with archival material that has never appeared before, in which Schum’s family also has a say. . By the way: almost 30 years ago, the former racing driver celebrated his Formula 1 debut.
- September 16: My Heroes Were Cowboys (Documentary) – Documentary presented by director Tyler Greco. It portrays Robin Withshire, whose painful and tortured childhood was rescued by Westerners. Today he is living his big dream and training the horses he loves for the big screen.
- September 17: Sex Education (Season 3) – It’s hard for any Netflix series to appear as vile and taboo as “Sex Education.” The protagonist Otis is torn, with whom is he really in love? As the son of a sex therapist, it is not always easy for him. His efforts to teach sex therapy in school often end in chaos. Will Otis and the Maeve rebel still unite?
- September 23: Pose (Season 3) – Set in 1987, he explores the queer culture of New York’s 80s and 90s. In its complexity, “Pose” includes both the rise of the Trump-era luxury era and a glimpse into the growing and more inclusive LGBTQ subculture of the time. With actresses like Evan Peters and Kate Mara.
- September 24: Midnight Mass (Season 1) – horror series with Zach Gilford, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linklater and Annabeth Gish. Director and genre expert Mike Flanagan (“Haunted Hill House”, “Haunted Bly Manor”) connects one mystery after another and again relies on supernatural events. Extreme isolation drives those affected to insanity – and also to death?
- September 29: Chestnut Man (Season 1) – Danish crime series based on a novel by Søren Sveistrup. In a quiet suburb of Copenhagen, a woman is found brutally murdered. He lacks a hand, a man of chestnuts hangs over the corpse. New investigators Naia Thulin (Danica Curcic) and Mark Hess (Mikkel Boe Folsgaard) take over the case – and uncover a link to a girl’s disappearance.
In addition to new series and documentaries, Netflix will also be showing new movies in September 2021. This includes both acquisitions and in-house productions. The same situation is with the autumn offer of Prime Video. Amazon Broadcasting is expanding its movie repertoire – and also relying on new series. * kreiszeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.