TV series and movies coming to Netflix in September

It will be a September full of TV series and original movies for Netflix: here are all the titles planned on the video streaming platform

The holiday season ends, work starts again and the classic daily routine begins. Routine in which video streaming platforms are conquering an increasingly large space. For this reason, Netflix has prepared for September 2020 a lot of new content that will debut throughout the month, including a TV series produced in Italy. In fact, on September 16 will be released the third and final season of Baby, the TV series set in Rome and that tells a news story that really happened. A TV series much loved by young people who will finally be able to find out how the story of Chiara and Ludovica will end.

Baby will not be the only exclusive TV series that Netflix will release in September: the video streaming platform will release another dozen original TV series, including many completely new and debuting. Even for movie lovers there are some very interesting news: the top content of September is Enola Holmes, a movie that will debut on September 23 and tells the adventures of Sherlock Holmes' sister and based on the novels The Enola Holmes Mysteries written by Nancy Springer. Here's all of Netflix's new releases for September 2020.

Netflix's new September 2020 TV series

Baby 3 is one of Netflix's flagship series for September 2020, but it won't be the only exclusive the video streaming platform has in store. There are about a dozen original dramas that will launch on Netflix. It starts on September 3 with the first season of "The Young Wallander" and "Was it Love?" and then the next day there's room for the debut of "Away."

On September 10, the second season of "The Gift" and the first season of "Julie and the Phantoms" are released. The next day space for the second season of "Other than Coffee" and the first season of "The Duchess".

On September 16 will be the turn to the second season of "Criminal: United Kingdom" and Baby 3. There is great expectation about this Italian TV series: Baby's third season will be the last and will close the story of Chiara and Ludovica. Baby is a TV series that told a very particular story of the Italian chronicle: it is freely inspired by the scandal of the "baby call girls" of Parioli in 2014.

The month of exclusives closes on September 18 with the first season of Ratched and then on September 25 with the debut of Sneakerheads.

Netflix, the new movies coming in September 2020

On the original movies front Netflix releases in September as many as 9 titles, among which Love, Guaranteed and Enola Holmes stand out. The first is a romantic comedy starring Damon Wa,yans Jr., an actor who became famous for taking part in the TV series Happy Endings and New Girl. Nick, played by Damon Wayans Jr. sues a dating site that promises love. And he turns to the law firm of lawyer Susan (Rachael Leigh Cook). Love will break out between the two and make the case much more difficult. The film will be released on September 3.

The other big movie is Enola Holmes, a film based on the novels The Enola Holmes Mysteries written by Nancy Springer and telling the adventures of Sherlock Holmes' sister. The cast is really important and on the film Netflix is betting a lot to make it a real series. The film is scheduled for September 23.

In addition to the original films, titles that have already been released in theaters will also arrive in September. Films such as The Argonauts, The Smurfs 2, Chucky's Curse, Small Shivers 2 - The Ghosts of Halloween and A Bamboozled Weekend 2 with Adam Sandler are expected to be released on September 1.

Netflix, all the other news for September 2020

Not only movies and TV series, in September Netflix will also release Stand Up Comedy, anime and documentaries.

On the cartoon front, from September 1 will be available season 2 of Heidi and Baby Boss: Hunting Children. on September 4 will come Spirit: adventures in freedom - the equestrian academy. At the end of the month there will be space for Jurassic World: New Adventures Season 1.

For lovers of stand-up comedy and shows, from September 1 will come season 3 and 4 of "Keeping up with the Kardashians" and season 3 and 4 of "Top Chef". On September 15, there will be space for Michael Mcintyre: Shownman.