Netflix has more than enough content to keep even the most discerning TV connoisseur entertained for hours. However, we’ve got you covered if you need help deciding what to watch. Here are five of the best shows to watch on Netflix in September.
Before you say to yourself, “We’re officially done with reality TV,” it’s not what you think. This Netflix original doesn’t feature people meeting their relatives. Instead, this reality show lets siblings see each other’s dating lives up close and personal. From the way they flirt to their usual moves when trying to get lucky, Dated and the like takes a closer look at how siblings handle each other’s love lives. If you are tired of Bachelorettelook Dated and the like for a different perspective on dating reality TV.
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‘Cobra Kai’ returns on September 9, 2022
If reality TV isn’t really your style, don’t worry. Maybe you prefer to be a little nostalgic instead? Any 80s fan will definitely appreciate it Cobra Kai starring him The Karate Kid himself, Ralph Macchio as Daniel LaRusso and William Zabka as Johnny Lawrence. Cobra Kai Season 5 picks up right where Season 4 left off and jumps right into the action. It premieres on Netflix on September 9, 2022, so we suggest you start enjoying the previous seasons now in order to catch up on the story.
Revenge on Netflix on September 16, 2022
Foreign things Star Maya Hawke became a fan favorite as Robin Buckley on the show. Now, Hawke will star opposite Camila Mendes in the film, Take revenge. The film is a Hitchcock-ian dark comedy about high school bullies and two unlikely friends who get revenge on their tormentors. Hawke glows within strange things, and we can’t wait to see her strut her stuff in another setting. Take revenge premieres on Netflix on September 16, 2022.
Watch Marilyn Monroe’s ‘reimagined life’ in ‘Bonde’
If the dramatic price is higher, Blonde could be the perfect solution to your boredom. Blonde stars Ana de Armas (Knives out) and tells the life of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. Based on the book by Joyce Carol Oates, the film touches on Monroe’s volatile childhood, the problems that came along with her rise to fame and some of her troubled relationships. keep in mind, Blonde it is not for children. The film holds the title of Netflix’s first NC-17 film. Blonde premieres on Netflix on September 28, 2022.
Relive the early days with The Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist
Who doesn’t love a good documentary? Netflix produces some of the most interesting documentaries out there, with such Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99 AND Fire (for the doomed music festival.) This time the streaming platform is taking a deep dive into the teenage thugs who terrorized Hollywood with The Bling Ring: Heist in Hollywood. The three-episode documentary includes commentary from two of the people involved in the robbery of celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Rachel Bilson and law enforcement who worked on the case. The Bling Ring: Heist in Hollywood premieres on Netflix on September 21, 2022.
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