5 new Netflix releases that will dominate the Internet next week

Netflix movies, a new comedy special, true crime titles, and new seasons of fan-favorite original TV series – as always, next week is packed with tons of exciting and entertaining new Netflix releases for viewers to enjoy. subscribers. We cover it all every week and every month, taking a comprehensive look at the additions and removals from the streamer’s content library. However, as we do every weekend, we also want to offer a more curated snapshot of some of the best upcoming releases to check out.

Also, don’t forget to check out our coverage every Tuesday of what’s hot and trending on the streamer, based on weekly Netflix Global Top 10 data. This week’s stretch of data revealed, for example, that love in the village – a romantic comedy set in Italy – made it to the streamer’s top 10 movies list in a whopping 88 countries.

get revenge netflix movie

First on our list this week is get revengecoming on september 16. This is director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s second film, and Netflix describes it as a “subverted Hitchcockian dark comedy featuring the scariest leads of them all: teenage girls.”

(L-R) Talia Ryder as Gabbi and Maya Hawke as Eleanor in the Netflix movie “Do Revenge.” Image source: Kim Simms/Netflix © 2022

Camila Mendes stars as Drea, the hot girl on campus whose social status is ruined when her sex tape is leaked to the entire school. Apparently, by her boyfriend and “king of the school”, Max. Maya Hawke, meanwhile, plays Eleanor: she’s an awkward new transfer student, dismayed to learn that she now attends the same school as an old bully.

Carissa started a nasty rumor about Eleanor when they were kids at summer camp together. And so, Drea and Eleanor come together to form a secret friendship, with both pursuing each other’s tormentors for, as the title suggests, “revenge.”

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Destiny: The Winx Saga Season 2 and more Netflix premieres

Moving on, we also have a new season of Destiny: The Winx Saga joining the stack of Netflix releases for the week, in 16 of September. If you haven’t seen the show yet or need to catch up, here’s what you need to know.

This series comes from creator Brian Young and follows the coming-of-age journey of six fairies. They attend Alfea, a magical boarding school in the so-called Otherworld. There, they learn to master and hone their powers, all the while dealing with love, rivalries, and the monsters that threaten their very existence.

A production of the second season of the Netflix series “Fate: The Winx Saga”. Image Source: Netflix

In season 2, according to Netflix: “School is back in session under the militant authority of former Alfea headmistress Rosalind. With the Burned Ones gone, Dowling ‘missing’ and Silva jailed for treason, last year’s Alfea has grown with new magic, new romances and new faces.”

Meanwhile, the fairies begin to disappear, while Bloom and her suite mates discover a dangerous threat they must figure out how to stop, before it wreaks havoc throughout the Otherworld.

More new titles

Now, let’s take a closer look at some other Netflix releases set to debut on the platform over the next week.

Sins of our Mother: This 3-episode Netflix limited series introduces us to a woman named Lori Vallow. She was known to family and friends as a wife, devoted mother of three children, and deeply religious. So how does a normal woman who seems to have it all end up in jail for conspiracy to commit murder as well as first degree murder? Specifically, her fourth husband, her fifth husband’s wife, and her two minor children? Release date: September 14.

In the dark: Also among next week’s new Netflix releases, season 4 of In the dark Tuesday arrives. The official description of the show: “After going blind as a teenager, Murphy Mason stopped caring about the world. But when something terrible happens, she is forced out of her stupor.” Release date: September 13th.

One more new Netflix release to watch

Finally, with the news cycle looking especially intense lately, I think I need to start paying more attention to the standup specials between Netflix releases we get each week for some much-needed comic relief.

Comedian Jo Koy, in his Netflix stand-up special “Jo Koy: Live from the Los Angeles Forum.” Image Source: Terence Patrick/Netflix

on september 13Comedian Jo Koy will launch another special that adds to several that are already available on the platform. Jo Koy: Live from the Los Angeles Forum, it will actually be his fourth such project for Netflix. And Netflix describes it this way: “True to her style, Jo gushes about her relationship with her teenage son and shares the struggles of living with sleep apnea and more.”

His other standup specials include Jo Koy: Live from Seattle; Jo Koy: In her elementsY Jo Koy: Comin’ hot.

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