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Everything that is coming to Netflix in September. So what shows and movies are we waiting for?

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Behold a new month that brings in new shows and movies for us to binge! This second half of the year is a time for part 2 of several seasons and series. Netflix, the streaming giant, is ready for September 2021 with a great roaster that lines up some fan favorites as well as new releases.

Sex Education (Season 3)

Perhaps the most anticipated British school narrative is back again. Sex Education is everything a teen show should be. It has great plot-lines and detailed character growth. Sex Education cemented itself as the only extraordinary teen drama in its first two seasons, owing to its talented, excellent cast and deconstruction of standard high school tropes.

It takes a smart and surprisingly open look at sex from all perspectives, finding humor in difficult circumstances while discussing important consent concerns. So what are we most excited about? To see Maeve and Otis find a way to communicate directly this season, hopefully. No doubt the most awaited show on the roaster.

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Lucifer (season 6)

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Oh my me! If you know, you know. Lucifer fans couldn’t believe it when the streaming giant green lit another season of the show. So here we are now, waiting for the final season of the series to air in September on Netflix. This one is going to be a bittersweet experience for all the devil fans, indeed.

It will be fun to see how Lucifer adjusts to the role of God. Will Decker be able to adjust to the role of the Goddess? What fate does Maze have? Is Charlie really not a God? We can’t wait to find out!

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Money Heist (Season 5 – Part 1)

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For Nairobi! And so the fans glue themselves to their seats. The hit Spanish series gained viewers in its second part, and it still goes strong. This finale saga will hopefully conclude all the story-lines in the series perfectly (maybe kill Aruto, who knows).

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The crew was in bad shape when we left Money Heist last episode. Inspector Sierra (Najwa Nimri) has the Professor cornered and holding him at gunpoint. Lisbon (Raquel Murillo) rejoins the crime syndicate and leads them in a chant memory of a slain buddy. What will happen next?

Further Reading: Get Ready For An Action-Packed Testament For The Last Time

Saved by the Bell (season 1-9)

Zack Morris and AC Slater, both of Bayside High, compete for the attention of their colleague Kelly Kapowski. Principal Belding, on the other hand, spies on them and attempts to sabotage their intentions. Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Dustin Diamond, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Elizabeth Berkley, Lark Voorhies, Ed Alonzo, Dennis Haskins, and Leanna Creel are among the cast members of the show.

Saved by the Bell debuted in 1989 on NBC and lasted for five seasons until 1993. On September 15, complete five seasons of Saved by the Bell and the spinoff Saved by the Bell: The College Years and the two Saved by the Bell features, Wedding in Las Vegas and Hawaiian Style, will indeed be available to view on Netflix. The show was mega-popular in its days. Now, the streaming giant is airing it along with Peacock and Hulu.

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Dear White People (Season 4)

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After the premiere of Season 3 in August 2019, the satirical comedy is revived for a fourth and final season. Like the movie, the series follows several loud Black students standing against racism. Mostly at renowned Winchester University. What might Sam, Lionel, and the rest of Winchester’s buddies be doing to this season? And, how will Dear White People end? We cant wait to find out.

The teaser specifically implies that the final season will indeed have a musical finale. Yes, as if it were a full-fledged musical: It contains a picture of Samantha bursting out in performance in the school corridor accompanied by backup dancers, as well as a Dear White People, cast original version of the Montell Jordan classic “This Is How We Do It.” Prepare to boogie.

What show are you most excited to watch in Netflix September 2021? Tell us in the comments below!

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Kashish Chadha
Kashish Chadha
A long-lost writer, catching up with her doctor's degree, Kashish Chadha is a fun-loving person. Creating content is more than just a hobby for her, while academically she is currently pursuing Dentistry.

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