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Find Out September’s New Releases


Don’t miss everything that’s coming this month!


September always brings fresh air. In the Northern hemisphere, autumn comes, while in the Southern hemisphere, there is spring. And the entertainment industry does not lag behind, new seasons of your favorite TV shows and long-awaited movies make their debut.


Prepare yourself to binge watch this list of September’s most expected releases. Let’s begin!


la casa de papel


Money Heist (2017)


The biggest robbery in history is coming to an end, and what started as a theft is ending in war.


Money Heist’s official trailer left us feeling really nervous. But that’s not too unusual, we are talking about one of the most important productions ever made in Spanish television.


If you haven’t watched the trailer yet, let’s bring you up to speed. The Professor is being held hostage by Sierra and, for the first time, it seems like he doesn’t have an escape plan. The stormwater tank is discovered and Colonel Tamayo prepares his army to enter the Bank of Spain.






Lucifer (2016)


Lucifer is an unconventional TV show and, in its final season, the flames of hell are even more on fire. Inspired by Neil Gaiman’s comic The Sandman, this series ends in its sixth season after many attempts of cancelations.


Quick recap? At the end of season five, not only did Dan die, but we also saw the naming of a new God. The steps taken by the new Father will be crucial to end this heavenly story. Who is God now? Lucifer?



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Sex education


Sex Education (2019)


Season three will have to clear up many loose ends from season two, and the main characters will have to make themselves accountable for their actions.


First, we have Isaac, who decided to erase Otis’ voicemail in which he finally expresses his feelings for Maeve. Meanwhile, Maeve must decide if she will report her mother to social services, and Eric finally accepts Adam, who is trying to be a better person.




Dune (2021)


Starring Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet, Dune shows us the journey of mythic hero Paul Atreides, who bears a huge emotional burden and must find the power to release humankind’s potential. In this world, only the ones who can control their fears will survive.



Cinderella (2021)


This movie is a reboot of the classic fairytale we all know and love, but with a modern twist and classic pop touches. Starring famous singer Camila Cabello, this feature film will break down stereotypes and include the LGBTQ+ community.

The cherry on the cake? It’s a musical that features some of the most amazing voices in the film industry.