10 Exciting Titles Coming to Netflix This September

Get ready for the final seasons of Money Heist and Lucifer!

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(SPOT.ph) September is coming in fast! Yeah, we're pretty shocked too. Time is moving way too quickly so if you need a break—or a binge-watching session—we have your back. Netflix is dropping a bunch of titles next month so of course we round up the most exciting ones! From the world's worst survival game, a #Hugot film, and final seasons of some beloved series, these are the titles to mark on your calendars.

Put these 10 exciting titles on your Netflix Philippines watch-list for September 2021:

Afterlife of the Party

Release date: September 2

Victoria Justice is back! And this time, she plays a party-addict ghost. Well, a ghost on the mend that is. After a freak accident during her birthday week, Cassie (Justice) is given a second chance to right her wrongs. TBH, we just want a throwback to the old Victorious days. That this movie looks like a fun ride is just a plus!

Dito at Doon

Release date: September 2

JC Santos and Janine Gutierrez play two college kids who don't exactly get along. And as the situation worsens—as in, the start of the quarantine in 2020 type of timeline—they continue to butt heads online, until of course, they start to fall in love. Yeah, this definitely didn't happen to us in 2020. 

Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1

Release date: September 3

Yup, it's the beginning of the end for the Money Heist gang. They've been trapped at the Bank of Spain for 100 hours now. The professor is in danger, they've lost a member, and the freakin' army is coming after them. Looks like they aren't going down without one last hurrah!

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Kate

Release date: September 10

Why yes, that is Mary Elizabeth Winstead, a.k.a. Ramona from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. We already got a peek at her badassery in Birds of Prey (as the Crossbow Killer, we think) but this time, she's getting a whole movie! In this one, she plays an assassin who is fatally poisoned, giving her just 24 hours to find her murderers and exact revenge.

I'm Drunk, I Love You

Release date: September 15

Finally, the list of hugot films on Netflix is complete! Carson (Maja Salvador) and Dio (Paulo Avelino) have been best buds since forever—around as much time as Carson has secretly been in love with Dio. Yup, it’s that “I’m so stupid to make the biggest mistake of falling in love with my best friend” tale but this time told through an impromptu road trip in Elyu right before college graduation. With lots of beer. And bagnet.

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Sex Education: Season 3

Release date: September 17

Our favorite messy high-school kids are back! Otis (Asa Butterfield) is no longer a virgin—and it looks like things are about to get even messier. We haven't even been gifted an official trailer yet, just a cool fourth-wall breaking teaser, so the excitement is real.  

Squid Game

Release date: September 17

A game with really high stakes (Read: Your life) is at the center of this crazy series. To win 45.6 billion won (around U.S. $40 million)  456 people join the ultimate survival game! Only one person can be the winner—which means it's time to kill or be killed.

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Lucifer: The Final Season

Release date: September 10

It's really happening. The Lucifer series is coming to an end with just 10 episodes for the final season. Will Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), former devil, nightclub owner, police consultant, and much more, actually be able to take on the throne of heaven? 

Midnight Mass

Release date: September 24

Did you like The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor? Well, showrunner Mike Flanagan is coming back with something new: Midnight Mass. An isolated island town is shaken by strange events that come after the return of a disgraced young man and the arrival of their new priest. We suggest watching this during the day.

The Starling

Release date: September 24

In need of some good vibes? Check out this drama starring Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd as a couple trying to move on from loss—via a strange ex-therapist, now-vet, and some very territorial starling birds. 

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