New movies and shows to watch in September 2023, Looking for some exciting new shows and movies to enjoy on Netflix? Well, you’re in luck because the streaming giant is offering a fantastic lineup of fresh content for September 2023.
This month, Netflix brings back some of your favorite series, including the much-anticipated Virgin River season 5, the fourth season of Sex Education, Love Is Blind season 5, Selling the OC season 2, and the final installment of the animated-comedy series Disenchantment. Additionally, fans of gripping World War II dramas can dive into Band of Brothers, along with its sister series, The Pacific, which are making their debut on Netflix after previously being on Max.
On the movie front, get ready to swoon with the romantic comedy Love at First Sight, featuring an adorable meet-cute. We’ve compiled a guide to the top new shows and movies on Netflix this month. And if you’re looking for more recommendations, don’t miss our list of 5 new movies on Netflix with a 90% or higher rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Disenchantment season 5:
In the world of Matt Groening’s animated fairy tale, things are wrapping up, but not in the traditional fairy tale way. Expect raunchy jokes and goofy antics as Queen Bean (played by Abbi Jacobson), her spirited companion Elfo (Nat Faxon), and the mischievous Luci (Eric Andre) embark on an epic battle to save Dreamland. To rescue the realm from the clutches of the wicked Queen Dagmar (Sharon Horgan), Bean must confront a prophecy that foretells she will harm someone she loves. Along the way, they’ll face challenges like encounters with Satan, a headless corpse, an evil scientist, and the revelation of their true destiny.
Virgin River season 5:
Babies, love, and danger await in the small town of Virgin River. Nurse practitioner Mel (Alexandra Breckenridge) and bar owner Jack (Martin Henderson) are expecting a child, but Mel faces a high-risk pregnancy and has to make a tough choice about her job. As if that isn’t stressful enough, the entire community is threatened by a devastating wildfire. Elsewhere, Doc (Tim Matheson) and Hope (Annette O’Toole) grapple with how their respective challenges are reshaping their identities. However, amidst the turmoil, Preacher (Colin Lawrence) discovers a new love.
Selling the OC season 2:
It’s time for bigger listings, bigger paydays, and bigger drama as the spinoff of the hit reality show Selling Sunset returns. The Orange County team from The Oppenheim Group is navigating a hot real estate market while dealing with even hotter rumors. Office tensions continue to simmer, especially with the introduction of a new face, Alexandra Harper, whom Gio Helou describes as “pretty, charismatic, but overrated.” Can you tell he’s not holding back?
Band of Brothers:
If you missed this iconic miniseries when it originally aired on HBO in 2001, now is the perfect opportunity to catch up. Created by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, this series adapts Stephen Ambrose’s book to tell the riveting story of Easy Company, the 506th Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army during World War II. Follow the journey of soldiers like Richard “Dick” Winters (played by Damian Lewis) as they undergo jump training at Camp Toccoa, Georgia, and later participate in airborne landings in Normandy. Their journey takes them to the frontlines during the Siege of Bastogne, the invasion of Germany, and the liberation of a concentration camp.
Love at First Sight:
Love blossoms in unexpected places, and in this romantic comedy directed by Vanessa Caswill, it happens on a plane. The charming duo of Hadley (played by Haley Lu Richardson) and Oliver (played by Ben Hardy) captivates with their meet-cute. Hadley, a literature-loving American, misses her flight to her father’s wedding in London but gets rebooked and encounters British statistics student Oliver. Sparks fly as their impromptu in-flight meeting turns into an unforgettable day. But just when things seem perfect, they lose track of each other at customs without exchanging contact information.
Sex Education season 4:
It’s time for Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) to embark on a new chapter as they start their first day at Cavendish Sixth Form College. It’s a different world from Moordale Secondary, with Eric eager to avoid being labeled a loser again and Otis anxious about establishing his new clinic. Meanwhile, Maeve (Emma Mackey) is enjoying life at Wallace University in the United States as she studies under author Thomas Molloy, played by Dan Levy of Schitt’s Creek fame.
Spy Kids: Armageddon:
Robert Rodriguez brings back his beloved family film franchise with a new generation of young heroes taking the spy game to the next level. Nora Tango-Torrez (played by Gina Rodriguez) and Terrence Tango-Torrez (played by Zachary Levi) are the world’s greatest secret agents, and they’re married to each other! Their kids, Patty (Everly Carganilla) and Tony (Connor Esterson), join the family business to rectify the mess they inadvertently created by helping game developer Ray Kingston (played by Billy Magnussen) unleash a computer virus giving him control over all technology.
The animated adaptation of the Castlevania video game series continues with its fourth thrilling installment. Set against the backdrop of revolutionary France, Richter Belmont (Richard Armitage) takes up his family’s legacy to combat a looming vampire menace. This series draws inspiration from fan-favorite games like Castlevania: Rondo of Blood and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Expect Richter to initially confront Dracula (Graham McTavish) with the assistance of teen vampire hunter Maria Renard (Michelle Ruff) and Dracula’s son Alucard (James Callis). However, Richter may find himself ensnared by the dark spell of Shaft, one of Dracula’s servants, endangering the world he once saved. Fans can anticipate action-packed battles and adventurous storytelling.
Love Is Blind season 5:
Is love truly blind? It certainly seems that way on Netflix’s dating reality show, which has garnered a better reputation than some other dating franchises. But let’s be honest, we’re here for the juicy drama. The show’s format remains the same: single men and women date each other without seeing each other, communicating only through connected pods. They only meet if they decide to get engaged. This time around, the singles are from Houston, promising a mix of Southern charm and “bless your heart” betrayals.
So, gear up for an exciting month of entertainment on Netflix as you dive into these new shows and movies. Happy watching!