The streaming industry is highly competitive these days. A fresh and up-to-date catalog helps platforms stand out from the competition and attract new subscribers. Being able to access new and exciting content is one of Netflix’s greatest opportunities.
That’s why it constantly renews its content, month after month. It’s worth remembering that Netflix also produces its own original content, which overall gives them greater control over release dates and catalog updates. In-house productions are an important part of your strategy for fresh and exclusive content.
In this regard, the company based in Los Gatos, California, has now announced what will be the premieres for this month of September, which will be adorned with dozens of premieres between series, films, and documentaries. Prepare the date in your calendar and a section called Popcorn for the day your most anticipated titles arrive.
The most anticipated series coming to Netflix in September is:
September 7th: A place to dream: Mel adjusts to a different pace of life, Jack looks to expand, and all of Virgin River faces new challenges as secrets are uncovered.
September 14: The widows of Thursdays Teresa finds her husband and two friends dead in the luxury gated community where they live. When the truth comes out, its secrets will come out too.
September 21: Sex Education Season 4: Now that Maeve is in the US and Moordale has closed its doors, Otis needs to find his way in Cavendish. But this time, he’s not the only sex therapist.
Most Anticipated Movies Coming to Netflix in September
September 15: The statistical probability of love at first sight: Two strangers fall in love on a flight to London but lose touch. Meeting again is impossible. Can love conquer fate?
Coming Soon: The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, A heartwarming story by Roald Dahl about a wealthy man who learns of a guru who can see without using his eyes and sets out to master this ability to cheat at gambling.
September 15: The Count: Augusto Pinochet is a vampire who wishes for death, but the vultures surrounding him won’t let him go without one last bite. A satire by Pablo Larrain