Want a bit of spice and fun to your weekends this month, there is no better thing to do other than spending your chilling over these 10 best Netflix series.
Wait of Money heist fan is finally over this September 3rd the Fifth and of Money Heist, also known as La Casa De Papel is out on Netflix. The story of Eight thieves who take hostages and lock themselves in the Royal Mint of Spain as a criminal mastermind manipulates the police to carry out his plan this series had always amazed viewers with its dramatic ending. And for season 5 of this series would be streamed in two parts- one which is out now and the other would be out soon in December. The series ends with ten episodes, in volumes 1 and 2 there will be five episodes each. During the credits, “Bella Ciao”, the resistance anthem is played. So, get your snacks ready and enjoy this Season.
The comedy-drama at Moordale High returns for the third season of Sex Education this September. Otis Milburn AKA Asa Butterfield’s insane sex life is set to change quite a bit at school this season as there is new leadership as new headmistress Hope Haddon AKA Jemima Kirke tries to get the school back on track with new guidelines and uniforms. To learn more about what happens in Otis and Maeve’s love life and their school in this unique series, make up for the first two seasons before the third comes out on September 17th.
With all the new seasons of all hit series coming out in September, there’s a new Mike Flanagan series Midnight Mass that is also in the spotlight: Midnight Mass is a horror series that Flanagan is producing for Netflix for the fourth time. The cast of Midnight Mass is excellent! Three members of the cast of The Haunting of Hill House will return for this series, Kate Siegel, Annabeth Gish, and Henry Thomas. The trio at the Midnight Mass will also be joined by Zach Gilford, Hamish Linklater, Michael Trucco, Samantha Sloyan, Rahul Abburi, Crystal Balint, and Matt Bledel. The plot is about a community that experiences miraculous events and terrifying omens after the arrival of a mysterious priest. For more information, check out this month’s horror series on Netflix.
Dear White People
Stay tuned as Dear White People’s fourth season will be released on September 22nd. Most of the regular Dear White People cast return for season 4 when the characters begin their senior year at the fictional University of Winchester, including Brandon P. Bell, Logan Browning, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Marque Richardson, Deron Horton, Antoinette Robertson, and John Patrick Amedore. This season will be different from the rest as it will be the show’s first musical season. The season took place during Samantha White’s senior year at the University of Winchester. The final season takes place in the senior year of the Winchester team. Following old traditions going on in real life, this season would show students work on the production of The Varsity Show at Columbia University…. watch the series on Netflix to find out more.
Lucifer’s closing season would also appear this month on Netflix. Although the fifth season of Lucifer consisted of 16 episodes in total, the sixth and final season received an order for 10 episodes. Lucifer has spent five seasons building the Chloe and Luci romance that culminates in it. And finally, declare his love for her. In short, you had your “happily ever after” moment. Season 6 is about what happens next when the characters seem to get everything they want in life.
On the Verge
With the life stories of four middle-aged women, Justine, Anne, Ell, and Yasmin, who live in Los Angeles, On the Verge is available on Netflix this month. Written and directed by Julie Delpy, the 12-part series delves into their lives and how their friends help them. Dealing with their marital conflicts, the upbringing of their children, and their careers.
“Manifest” is a supernatural show with a lot of fantastic elements. The series follows a group of passengers on an airline flight who disappeared and suddenly reappeared without warning after five and a half years. In the third season finale, the search for answers led to the most important moment of the third season finale, Angelina kidnapped Eden, the daughter of Ben and Grace, mistook Eden for her guardian angel, stabbed Grace, and ran away with the baby. Have fun watching this series on Netflix this month.
Created by Amanda Peet and Annie Julia Wyman, The Chair follows Ohs Ji-Yoon, who is the first woman to head the English department of a prestigious New England university. There are early challenges such as downsizing class sizes, office politics, and the campus scandal. You need to change the system from the inside out so that future seasons can explore this idea further.
Check out The Chair series to learn more about Ohs Ji-Yoon’s life and all of its struggles.
Among the many great LGBTQ + series on Netflix, “Q-Force” is making its mark as a rainbow-filled scorching game through over-the-top undercover antics. The season will be 10 episodes long and you will be able to watch it on Netflix. This animated series follows a spy, Steve Mary Weather aka Mary, who was first in his class at AIA but was denied farewell for being out. He was posted to West Hollywood for his job, where he puts together a team of gay spies. The series shows Mary and her team as they attempt to prove to AIA that they are capable.
The Netflix thriller Clickbait has intrigued and confused viewers, but how does the series end? The crime drama follows Pia, aka Zoe Kazan, and Sophie, aka Betty Gabriel, rushing to save Nick, aka Adrian Grenier, Pia’s brother, and Sophie’s husband after being kidnapped after the apparent kidnapping case becomes more complicated videos published by him with a series of posters: one says that he abuses women, other claims that he killed a woman. The people who kidnapped Nick also need to think about what Nick may have done to cause this strange hostage-taking. Watch the clickbait now for the real story.