The year is coming to an end, but not the pandemic. To know what to do at home, I bring the launch schedule of Netflix for the month of September 2020. Several licensed films enter the catalog as Mean Girls, The Post or Lady Bird, in addition to the originals, such as the Away and Ratched and the movies Enola Holmes it’s the Everyday Devil.
Special tip for quarantine
Netflix releases for September
Note that these titles and the originals are Netflix highlights for the month, to help you know what’s new to watch and what to add to your list. Films and series are included every day in the catalog. Also follow launches that arrive on Amazon Prime Video and GloboPlay every month here on Tecnoblog.
The list of Netflix releases for August is organized by date and title: series, films, documentaries, children’s and anime. Netflix originals are marked with “*“.
Series (and Netflix Originals *)
(1/9/2020) Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Season 3 and 4 – The Kardashian sisters try to keep control of each situation while the cameras follow their lives, showing unsuccessful encounters, fights and touching moments. Season 4 is already full of excitement when Khloe and basketball star Lamar Odom enjoy a brief engagement and soon decide to get married.
(1/9/2020) Top Chef: Seasons 3 and 4 – In the third season of the reality show, fifteen culinary experts face off in the heat of Miami to compete for a $ 100,000 prize and the title of Top Chef. In season four, sixteen contestants head to Chicago to face new challenges, like serving dinner for film critic Richard Roeper and cooking for a pre-game Bears party.
(9/9/2020) The Duchess * – Katherine Ryan plays a mother who lives a dilemma: is it worth getting pregnant with her biggest enemy, the father of the daughter she raises alone?
(9/14/2020) No Maturity For This * – In this animation series for adults, a couple in their 30s tries to stay light after leaving the party life to take care of their children.
(9/15/2020) On the Taco Route * – Tacos are surrounded by little-known stories. Immerse yourself in the delicious second season of this series.
(9/16/2020) Baby: Season 3 * – Improbable friends, Chiara and Ludovica struggle to find love and a place in the world while studying in a chic neighborhood in Rome.
(9/16/2020) Criminal – United Reuno: Season 2 * – Between the four walls of an interrogation room, London investigators are racing against the clock to get the confession of three serious criminal suspects.
(9/16/2020) MeatEater: Season 9 * – Steve’s new adventures to hunt for his own food include trips through different states and delicious dishes.
(9/16/2020) In the Owl Mountains: Season 2 * – While Trela faces personal trauma, Ada takes over his duties at the police station and a mysterious man arrives in the city.
(9/16/2020) Come Sing! United States* – In this fun karaoke competition, six participants compete for up to $ 60,000. The higher the pitch, the bigger the prize, but there can only be one big winner.
(9/17/2020) The Penultimate Word * – After the death of her husband, a woman rediscovers her passion for life when she starts giving professional speeches at funerals.
(18/9/2020) Champions of Barbecue * – In this barbecue competition that will make your mouth water, twelve amateur cooks need to show their talents on the hot grill in the southern United States.
(9/18/2020) Ratched * – This dramatic series by Ryan Murphy, whose story takes place before the film Stranger in the Nest (1975), tells the fascinating origin of Nurse Ratched (Sarah Paulson).
(9/22/2020) Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father * – A young comedian experiences new misadventures with his conservative father in another season of this comedy in which the two travel together around the world.
(9/25/2020) Half Country Half Hip Hop * – In this real-life comedy, a country artist leaves a small town to try life in Hollywood while raising three children with his wife, who is a professional dancer.
(9/25/2020) Sneakerheads * – This series revolves around a group of collectors and retailers with a passion for sneakers who are capable of anything for a new pair of sneakers.
(9/9/2020) Away * – Astronaut Emma Green (Hilary Swank) leads the first human expedition to Mars. But to embark on the dangerous journey, she will need to leave her husband and teenage daughter behind.
(9/9/2020) The Home Edit – The Art of Organizing * – In this series produced by Reese Witherspoon and Molly Sims, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin fix the mess of celebrities and ordinary people, transforming lives.
Netflix Original Movies
(1/9/2020) Decision – A football match on the outskirts of Rome reveals the story of a poor community that faces ethical and moral dilemmas.
(9/9/2020) Looking for a father – What does a little adrenaline fan do when her mother forbids her to go on a bicicross race? Hire an actor with nothing to lose to pretend to be your father.
(9/16/2020) The Devil of Every Day – Desperate to save his dying wife, a man turns to prayers and extreme measures. Gothic drama by director Antonio Campos, with Tom Holland and Bill Skarsgård.
(16/9/2020) Bitter Medicine – After an accident that left him in a wheelchair, Ángel decides to take revenge on everyone who betrayed him in this Spanish film, including the woman who abandoned him when he needed it most.
(2/9/2020) Freaks – One of Us – A young mother finds that she has superpowers, asleep from years of medication, and forms a small team to make the world a better place.
(9/23/2020) Enola Holmes – When Sherlock Holmes’ teenage sister finds out that her mother has disappeared, she decides to look for her and ends up revealing a big conspiracy that could change the course of history. With Millie Bobby Brown, Helena Bonham Carter, Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin.
(3/9/2020) Love Guaranteed – Lawyer Susan Whitaker (Rachael Leigh Cook) agrees to help a handsome client (Damon Wayans Jr.) process a social networking site that offers guaranteed love.
(9/9/2020) I’m thinking of ending it all – A woman apprehensive about her new boyfriend travels with him to meet future in-laws on a distant farm, but nothing is what it seems in this story.
(9/9/2020) Beautiful – Amy is only 11 years old and is fascinated by a dance group. In order to fit in, she begins to explore her own femininity and challenges family traditions.
(9/9/2020) Much love to give – In this Argentine film, Fernando (Adrián Suar) is a man so dedicated to his family that he has up to two, but an accident makes them both know each other and problems begin.
(1/9/2020) Beyond Death – Medical students try to find out what life is like after death, but don’t even imagine the side effects of an experiment that stops the heart. With Ellen Page, Diego Luna and Nina Dobrev.
(1/9/2020) Django Free – Accompanied by a bounty hunter, the free slave Django travels across the United States to save his wife from a cruel farmer. A film by Quentin Tarantino with Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz (Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor for this production) and Leonardo DiCaprio.
(1/9/2020) School of Rock – A struggling musician (Jack Black) gets a job as a substitute teacher at a private school, where he begins to teach students rock’n’roll in secret.
(1/9/2020) Mean Girls – Cady (Lindsay Lohan) joins the most popular class at school, but things get complicated when the class leader’s ex wants to date her.
(1/9/2020) The owners of the street – A young man from Los Angeles strives to please his father and maintain integrity in a community dominated by drugs, violence and racism. With Cuba Gooding Jr.
(9/9/2020) The Impossible – Based on real events, this drama portrays the terrible experiences of a family during the chaos generated by the tsunami that hit southwest Asia in 2004. With Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor.
(9/22/2020) Lady Bird – Time to Fly – Amid love, family challenges and internal conflicts, a teenager (Saoirse Ronan) dreams of going to college far from home. Directed by Greta Gerwig.
(22/9/2020) Phantom Plot – A waitress becomes a model, muse and lover of a stylist. The relationship gets more and more intense, and also stranger. With Daniel Day-Lewis.
(9/30/2020) The Spectacular Spider-Man – In this new version of the arachnid superhero franchise, young Peter Parker learns to deal with his superpowers while facing his archenemy Lizard.
(9/30/2020) Every Day – An adaptation of the eponymous bestseller, the film portrays the romance between a teenager and a spirit that inhabits a different body every day.
(9/9/2020) Somewhere in the past – A playwright obsessed with the photo of an actress from the beginning of the 20th century goes back in time to find her and the two start a love relationship.
(8/9/2020) The Post – The Secret War – Publishing a scoop on the Vietnam War compromises the President of the United States and forces the Washington Post to make a decision. A Steven Spielberg movie featuring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Sarah Paulson.
Brazilian films coming in September
(3/9/2020) Permanence – A photographer (Irandhir Santos) goes to São Paulo to exhibit his works and is faced with conflicting feelings when staying at his ex’s house. Directed by Leonardo Lacca, the film won five awards at the Cine PE festival in 2015, including Best Film.
(4/9/2020) Elite Squad – A police captain in Rio de Janeiro (Wagner Moura) is exhausted and about to retire, but needs to find a successor to lead a dangerous mission.
(1/9/2020) The Curse of Chucky – The mocking doll possessed by a psychopathic murderer returns to terrorize a young woman in a wheelchair and her troubled family.
(1/9/2020) Case 39 – A naive social worker (Renée Zellweger) brings a ten-year-old child home, rescuing her from abusive parents, but discovers that it is not quite what it seems.
(10/9/2020) The Nanny: Queen of Death * – Two years after the terrible night shown in The Nanny, Cole lives another nightmare called high school. To further complicate matters, the demons of the past want revenge.
(9/24/2020) Truth or Dare – A group of fellow students play a deadly version of Truth or Dare.
(4/9/2020) Demon – Detective Bowden has to save five people trapped in an elevator and act fast, because the devil is among them.
(9/9/2020) Annabelle 2: The Creation of Evil – Years after the daughter’s death, a doll craftsman and his wife welcome orphaned children into their home. But one of his bizarre creations also lives there.
Documentaries and specials (and Netflix Originals *)
(9/15/2020) Bypassing Death * – In 2015, a Buddhist and PhD in Physics lost his 2 year old daughter to cancer. Still in mourning, he and his wife made the difficult decision to keep the girl’s brain preserved, hoping that one day she will be reborn in a new body thanks to cryopreservation. Einz is the youngest person in the world to go through this process.
(9/15/2020) Justin Bieber: Never Say Never – The star Justin Bieber presents us with personal images of his entire career, culminating in his triumphant 2010 tour.
(9/16/2020) Challenger: Final Flight * – The Challenger space shuttle worked perfectly until it exploded 73 seconds after its 10th mission, on January 28, 1986, in a tragedy that caused seven deaths, including that of a civilian teacher.
(2/9/2020) Bad Boys and Billionaires: India * – This documentary series shows the trail of greed, fraud and corruption that has erected – and overthrown – some of India’s most powerful tycoons.
(9/21/2020) Pope Francis: A Man of His Word – Filmmaker Wim Wenders travels the world with Pope Francis and records the pontiff’s humanistic views in an extremely polarized era.
(9/21/2020) A Song for Latasha * – Latasha Harlins was just 15 when she was killed, 13 days after Rodney King’s brutal beating. Even though convicted, the murderer was not arrested, which was one of the reasons for the 1992 uprisings in Los Angeles.
(3/9/2020) Afonso Padilha: Poor Soul * – In this hilarious special, comedian Afonso Padilha revisits his humble beginnings and tells stories of childhood.
(9/30/2020) Scenes of a Homicide: A Neighboring Family * – The shocking story of the man who killed his wife and two daughters in August 2018 is told by images from the security camera that led to his arrest.
(7/9/2020) Professor Polvo * – An unusual friendship develops between a filmmaker and an octopus that lives in the South African seaweed forest. Discover the mysteries of this world.
(9/9/2020) Voltage Line * – Follow the law enforcement officers who are willing to end drug trafficking in the Spanish resort of La Línea.
(9/9/2020) The Network Dilemma * – Technology experts and professionals in the field warn: some of their creations cause addictions and threaten democracies around the world.
(2/9/2020) Chef’s Table: Barbecue * – This Emmy-nominated culinary series shifts its focus to the art of barbecue, with the help of renowned chefs from the United States, Australia and Mexico.
(9/24/2020) The Chef Show * – Jon Favreau and Roy Choi talk and prepare delicious meals with famous chefs and celebrities.
Kids & Family (and Netflix Originals *)
(1/9/2020) Emoji: The Movie – In Textopolis, each emoji can express a single emotion. Except for Gene, who wants to be a normal emoji like the others.
(1/9/2020) The Chefinho – Take That Baby! * – In this interactive special, discover your profession at Baby Corp by making choices and completing missions in a very fun vocational test.
(1/9/2020) The Polar Express – In this Christmas tale, a boy regains faith in the Christmas spirit when he travels by train to the North Pole on December 24th.
(1/9/2020) Thomas and his friends – Thomas meets new and old friends while working in Sodor and also explores places like India, Brazil and Australia.
(10/9/2020) Julie and the Phantoms * – Teenager Julie discovers her passion for music and life when she creates a band with a trio of ghosts.
(9/11/2020) Pets United! * – A group of selfish pets gets trapped in a luxury pet shop when robots take over the city, forcing humans to flee. Pets need to join the street to survive and perhaps save the world.
(12/9/2020) A Lego Adventure – Emmet was mistaken for the LEGO MasterBuilder and ended up on a mission to combat Mr. Business’s wicked plans.
(9/18/2020) Jurassic World: Jurassic Camp * – Six teenagers hardly knew each other when they went camping in a remote corner of that island. Now, with dinosaurs on the loose, they will have to become friends to survive.
(9/22/2020) Chico Bon Bon – The Monkey Does Everything * – In another season, little monkey Chico Bon Bon returns to using his talent as a mechanic to solve problems with the handyman league.
(9/22/2020) Adventure Express * – A lively group of locomotives and their little friends have a mission to deliver fun deliveries in a world full of railroads.
(4/9/2020) Frankenstein and the Little Pests – At a themed amusement park with movie-based attractions, Alvin, Simon and Theodore enter the toy “Frankenstein’s Castle” and encounter the famous monster.
(9/9/2020) Curious George – The Man in the Yellow Hat travels to Africa to find a valuable artifact and ends up returning with George, a curious chimpanzee who gets in trouble throughout the city.
(4/9/2020) Spirit – Free Riding: Riding Academy * – The PLAs return to the Costa dos Palominos Riding Academy, where a new team brings mysteries, friendships and a chance to save the school.
(8/9/2020) StarBeam: Season 2 * – The little heroine StarBeam has the difficult mission of facing villains like Captain Fishbeard and Marla Malvada to save the Lava Lava island.
(9/9/2020) The Promised Neverland – Three children discover that the orphanage where they live is nothing like what they thought. Now, they have to lead the whole group on a risky escape plan.
(10/9/2020) Memories of Idhún * – The magical world of Idhún was taken over by a wizard and its inhabitants took refuge on Earth, where two young men fight to protect them from an assassin.
(9/17/2020) Dragon’s Dogma * – Now as Resurrected, Ethan sets out on a journey to annihilate the Dragon that destroyed his life. With each new battle, however, he becomes more distant from his humanity.
So, which of the Netflix releases in September will be on your list? Over here, I want to review The Post and watch The Devil of Every Day.