Netflix: what are the series that premiere in September?

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A bioseries about one of the most emblematic musicians of Mexican music, the return of that unstoppable success that is Cobra Kai, miniseries where you don’t have to trust appearances and a lot of content for a young audience… In September, Netflix adds off-road content to the platform to the delight of its vast audience.

the devil in ohio (miniseries)

The brand new Netflix miniseries produced by Rachel Miller, Andrew Wilder and Daria Polatin (based on her own novel) features an acting duel between former Bones Emily Deschanel and the talented Canadian performer, Madeleine Arthur. The first takes on the role of psychiatrist Suzanne Mathis, who meets a mysterious young woman named Mae (Arthur), who assures her that she has escaped from a hostile context and whom Suzanne feels the need to take care of.

“Determined to protect a patient who escaped from a mysterious cult, a psychiatrist welcomes the girl, but puts her life and her family at risk,” reveals Netflix regarding the premise of the eight-episode fiction in which nothing is it seems. On the film line case 39 made by Renée Zellweger, the devil in ohio builds a story whose leitmotif is to disrupt expectations. Who really is Mae? Has she really escaped from the cult or is she plotting against Suzanne? In a few days, the mystery will be solved with the landing of the production on the streaming platform. Available from September 2.

You’re Nothing Special (First season)

Like every month, Netflix shows once again that it is still betting on youth series with captivating stories and charismatic performers. After the landing of Boo, Bitch! with Lana Condor, an interesting fiction with supernatural touches about the fears that arise in adolescence, comes a Spanish production entitled you are nothing special (although on the platform it can be found as You’re Nothing Special), created by Estíbaliz Burgaleta, and co-written by the showrunner together with Alberto Grondona.

The story focuses on the life of Amaia, a young woman who moves from Barcelona to a small town and must face a rather peculiar situation in high school. One day, a rumor arises that she inherited magical powers from her grandmother, and her version is unstoppable. Although Amaia believes that her life is ruined by her uprooting and by how much she misses her friends and her routine, she begins to take advantage of those powers that were passed on to her by that woman she never loved. she met. You’re Nothing Special It features performances by Dèlia Brufau, Óskar de la Fuente, Elia Galera, Ainara Pérez, Jaime Wang, and Gabriel Guevara, and consists of six episodes. Available from September 2.

cobra kai (fifth season)

It took a long time, but it finally arrived. cobra kai premieres its anticipated fifth season. It must be remembered that the fourth installment of the fiction by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, premiered on New Year 2021 and with a narrative focused on the power struggle. Decades after the tournament that changed their lives, the rivalry between Daniel and Johnny resurfaced. In this way, LaRusso and Lawrence, the characters played by Ralph Maccio and William Zabka, respectively, collided. “Put on your gi. Fasten your belt. Karate reaches the world’s largest stage where legends are born. Welcome to the All Valley Karate Tournament. The soul of the Valley is at risk,” said a voiceover in the preview. On this return, the streaming platform also provided some details of the narrative. “Terry leads Cobra Kai towards a new regime, Daniel, Johnny and an old ally join forces in a battle that goes beyond the dojo”, is what we have been told about the fifth season of the fiction that received a nomination to the Emmy and that has a staunch fan base that continues to accompany the universe karate Kid throughout the years. Available from September 9.

The King, Vicente Fernandez (miniseries)

To add more variety to its catalog, Netflix will also offer a bioseries in September. On this occasion, after the premiere of the fictions centered on the figures of Luis Miguel and Selena Quintanilla, comes The King, Vicente Fernandeza production that reviews the life and work of Vicente Fernández Gómez, the late Mexican singer, actor and producer also known as “The idol of Mexico” and “The King of ranchera music”, an artist who always revalued the classics of the Mexican music.

“From its humble origins to stardom, the series will show the life and career of the Mexican music icon Vicente Fernández over seven decades,” revealed the platform about the production of Caracol Televisión, which stars Jaime Camil as the Fernández as an adult, Sebastián García as the artist in his adolescence, and Sebastián Dante as Vicente in his childhood. Dago García and Jhonny Alexander Ortiz are the showrunners of the 8-episode fiction about the musician who had a motto: “I don’t stop singing until you don’t stop clapping.” Available from September 14.

Holy (First season)

A promising thriller opens this month. The series directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego and Vicente Amorim shows the work carried out by two officers with a single objective: to catch the most wanted drug trafficker. “Two police officers must learn to work together to capture the man whose face has never been revealed,” says the platform regarding the kick of the series that mixes suspense with police and whose inescapable figure is the Saint of the title, that man who does not know let me see. Cardona and Millán, who have completely opposite methods, try to resolve their differences to concentrate on the main objective.

As the investigation progresses, their lives will begin to be threatened and there the bond that unites them to bring down Santo will be much stronger. The fiction is commanded by Raúl Arévalo as the inspector of the narcotics squad, and by Bruno Gagliasso as Cardona, the police delegate in Salvador de Bahía, much more expeditious and less cold than his partner. Available from September 16.

Destiny: The Winx Saga (second season)

In January 2021, the anticipated relaunch of Destiny: The Winx Saga, the live action version of the young adult Winx Club animation series -created in 2004 by the Italian Iginio Straffi-, focused on the lives of five fairies who begin their studies at the Alfea boarding school. It is there where they learn to master their powers, and deal with the rivalries that arise in the group. Destiny: The Winx Saga It has Brian Young as showrunner and Straffi as producer. In this return, the series led by Abigail Cowen, Danny Griffin, Hannah van der Westhuysen, Eliot Salt, Elisha Applebaum, and Sadie Soverall, the villains do not rest and neither do the heroines.

“The students of Alfea must protect Solaria from powerful enemies that may already be inside the school, and Bloom tries to control her powers,” Netflix advanced about the second season of youth fiction. Available from September 16.

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Netflix: what are the series that premiere in September?