Among new and exciting TV series, original movies and highly anticipated season finale, Netflix’s one is a September not to be missed. Let’s discover all the news!
Young Wallander: The famous figure of commissioner Kurt Wallander, born from the pen of Swedish writer Henning Mankell, arrives on Netflix. This time, however, the series will not follow the plots of the novels, presenting a young Kurt transplanted to the present day and struggling with his first case.
The 6 episodes of Young Wallander will be available from Thursday, September 3.
Away: From the acclaimed executive producer of Friday Night Lights and Parenthood, an epic and touching story of love and sacrifice with two-time Oscar-winning Hilary Swank playing the role of Emma Green, a captain who is ready to leave her husband and daughter for the first expedition to Mars.
The 10 episodes of Away will be available starting Friday, September 4.
I’m thinking of ending things: Charlie Kaufman returns with a film that already looks like a small masterpiece: Despite doubts about their relationship, a young woman goes on a trip with her new boyfriend to the family farm. Stuck at the farm during a snowstorm with Jake’s mother and father, the girl begins to question everything she knew or believed she understood about her partner, herself and the world.
I’m thinking of ending things will be available from Friday, September 4.
Baby 3: It’s almost time to find out how Chiara and Ludovica’s events will end. What will be the consequences of their choices? How will friendships and loves develop? Will they succeed in resolving the situation or will they reach a point of no return?
The 8 episodes of the third season of Baby will be available from Wednesday, September 16.
The Devil All The Time: Antonio Campos directs an exceptional cast, including Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Sebastian Stan and many others, in the film adaptation of Don Ray Pollock’s novel.
The Devil All The Time will be available from Wednesday, September 16.
Ratched: Produced and directed by Ryan Murphy, this new series will explore in-depth the figure of nurse Mildred Ratched, the famous character of Someone Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey. To give the face to the mysterious nurse is none other than Sarah Paulson.
The 8 episodes of Ratched will be available from Friday, September 18.
Enola Holmes: We conclude with the most anticipated film, the one that sees the young Millie Bobby Brown abandoning the role of Eleven and dress those of the younger sister of Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes, respectively played by Sam Claflin and Henry Cavill. Between a mysterious disappearance and a dangerous one, the film also talks about freedom of choice and female emancipation.
Enola Holmes will be available from Wednesday, September 23.