New Documentaries & Series Autumn Highlights

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Also in September 2021, Netflix is ​​expanding the range of its series. In addition, the streaming service is based on documentaries such as a film about Formula 1 superstar Michael Schumacher.

Los Gatos (USA) – Jeans, sweatpants on and off the couch – Netflix is ​​waiting for you! The US streaming service is upgrading for the fall and once again expanding its reach across the board. This also includes the purchase of popular series, the inclusion of in-house productions in the Netflix catalog and the provision of new documentaries and shows.

a company: Netflix
Incorporation: August 29, 1997, Scotts Valley
Sales volume: $25 billion (2020)
headquarters: Los Gatos, California, United States
Founder: Reed Hastings, Mark Randolph
Executive Director: Ted Sarandos (July 16, 2020–), Reed Hastings (September 1998–)

Must Watch Documentaries and Series on Netflix in September 2021

In September 2021, Netflix users can look forward to “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med,” “Sex Education,” and “Money Heist” in the series area. It offers a streaming service for fans of exciting documentaries, for example, “Wendepunkt: 9/11 and the War on Terror”, “Schumacher” or “Crime Stories: India Detectives”. takes a look at the highlights.

In September 2021, Netflix is ​​expanding its reach with a number of new series and documentaries. The streaming service is based, among other things, on a photo of former Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher and the third season of “Sex Education” with Asa Butterfield. ( montage) © Jon Hall / imago images & Thiago Prudencio / imago images
  • September 1: Turning Point: September 11 and the War on Terror (Documentary) – A five-part documentary series directed by Brian Knappenberger that provides viewers with a coherent account of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. How did this event change the United States in the long run, how did it change the course of an entire nation?
  • September 1: Chicago Fire – This series focuses on the heroic men and women of the Chicago Fire Department, known as “Firehouse 51”. Producer Dick Wolf (the “Law & Order” franchise) delivers stories that feature action, suspense, and plenty of gritty rescues.
  • September 1: Chicago Med – Theatrical performance of “Chicago Fire.” A team series that includes a psychiatrist, pediatrician, and nurse, among others. Actress Yaya D’Costa plays a central role and is the connecting element to the parent series, as the charismatic nurse April Sexton, who is increasingly dating Kelly (Taylor Kinney).
  • September 1: Young Wallander (season 2) – British-Swedish television series based on the fictional detective Kurt Wallander invented by Henning Mankell. Classic “state of the week” entertainment that invites the viewer to guess and puzzle.
  • September 3: Money Heist (Part 5a) – A successful example from Spain, in which the story of an attack including hostage-taking on the Spanish banknote printing business and the Spanish Central Bank is told. The last five episodes of “Money Heist” are scheduled to appear in December.
  • September 8: At Night (Season Two) – at first it was dark – this is how “at night” can be described. The first Netflix series from Belgium deals with the fact that the sun has become a mortal threat to humanity due to a solar accident. The focus is on passengers on an overnight flight from Brussels, which head west and seek the security of the night and associated darkness.
  • September 9: The Women and the Killer (Documentary) – Shows how serial killer Guy Georges is finally caught through the tireless and nerve-wracking work of two women – a police chief and the victim’s mother. Background: George is a serial killer who tortured, raped, and then murdered at least seven young women in the 1990s.
  • September 15: Schumacher (Documentary) – Netflix has honored one of Formula 1’s greatest stars of all time with a documentary. As it is known, Michael Schumacher has been quiet since his skiing accident at the end of 2013. But now the streaming service is preparing a photo with previously unviewed archival material, which the Schumi family also has an opinion on. By the way: almost 30 years ago, the former racing driver celebrated his first appearance in Formula 1.
  • September 16: My Heroes Were Cowboys (Documentary) – Featured documentary by Tyler Jericho. It depicts Robin Withshire, whose agonizing and tormenting childhood was saved by West. Today he is living his big dream and is training the horses he loves on the big screen.
  • September 17: Sex Education (Season 3) – Rarely does a Netflix series come out as outrageous and outlawed as Sex Education. Protagonist Otis is torn, who does he really love? As the son of a sex therapist, it’s not always easy for him, as his attempts to teach sex therapy at school often end in chaos. Will Otis and the rebellious Maeve still get together?
  • September 23: Status (Season 3) – Set in 1987, it explores New York’s queer concert hall culture in the 1980s and 1990s. In its complexity, “Pose” encompasses the rise of the luxurious Trump era and sheds light on the growing and more inclusive LGBTQ subculture of the time. With actresses like Evan Peters and Kate Mara.
  • September 24: Midnight Requiem (season 1) – horror series starring Zach Gilford, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linklater, and Annabeth Gish. Director and genre expert Mike Flanagan (“Haunted Hill House”, “Haunted Bly Manor”) arranges one mystery after another and is again based on supernatural events. Extreme isolation drives those affected crazy – and even death?
  • September 29: The Chestnut Man (season 1) – Danish crime series based on the novel by Soren Svestrup. In a quiet suburb of Copenhagen, a woman was found brutally murdered. Her hand is missing, a man made of chestnuts is hanging on the corpse. Young detectives Naya Thulin (Danica Korsic) and Mark Hess (Mikkel Boe Volsgaard) take on the case – and discover a connection to the girl’s disappearance.

Aside from new series and documentaries, Netflix will also be showing new movies in September 2021. This includes both in-house purchases and productions. The situation is similar to Prime Video’s fall show. Amazon’s streaming service is dramatically expanding its movie repertoire — and counting on new series, too. * is an offer by IPPEN.MEDIA.

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