September has been a packed month so far when it comes to new Netflix releases. And this weekend will keep that trend going along with a bunch of new binge-worthy series and exciting movies coming to the service over the next few days.
As part of our ongoing Netflix coverage, which includes a closer look at the streamer’s global top 10 charts every week, we’re also offering this more curated look every weekend at some of the biggest and most interesting titles debuting on Netflix. the service. Some of these latest Netflix releases, as detailed below, are already streaming now, while others will debut in a matter of days.
Destiny: The Winx Saga Season 2
The second season of this first new Netflix release, the fan favorite. Destiny: The Winx Saga, has been in the works for just over a year. Production for the second season (which is now transmitting) began in July 2021 in County Wicklow, Ireland.
Returning cast members include Abigail Cowen as Bloom, Hannah van der Westhuysen as Stella, Precious Mustapha as Aisha, Eliot Salt as Terra, and Elisha Applebaum as Musa. Sadie Soverall also returns as Beatrix, along with Freddie Thorp as Riven, Danny Griffin as Sky, Theo Graham as Dane, Jacob Dudman as Sam, Ken Duken as Andreas, and Rob James Collier as Silva.
As for the plot of the new season, the school is in session under the authority of the former headmistress of Alfea, Rosalind. With the Burned Ones gone, Dowling “missing,” and Silva in prison, there’s whole new magic, new romances, and new faces filling the halls of Alfea. Meanwhile, the fairies begin to disappear, while Bloom and his suite mates discover a dangerous threat lurking in the shadows.
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get revenge + more Netflix releases to watch
In the meantime, if you’re among the movie fanatic demographic that misses the classic high school movies of the ’90s, like, clueless Y cruel intentions — get revenge is definitely one of the new Netflix releases you’ll want to check out.
now broadcasting on Netflix, the film is basically a revenge story with a kind of Hitchcockian undertone. “Drea (Camila Mendes) is at the height of her powers in high school as the alpha girl on campus when her entire life goes up in flames after her sex tape is leaked to the entire school, apparently by her boyfriend and king. from school, Max (Austin Abrams) ”, explains the streamer.
“Eleanor (Maya Hawke) is an awkward new transfer student who is upset to find out she now has to go to school with her old bully, Carissa (Ava Capri), who started a nasty rumor about her at summer camp when they were 13 years old. After a clandestine run-in at tennis camp, Drea and Eleanor strike up a secret and unlikely friendship to get revenge on each other’s tormentors.”
Other new titles
used to be famous: From the Netflix synopsis for the film, “A former boy band star unexpectedly gets a second chance at success when he forms a bond with a talented young drummer.” now broadcasting.
Patton Oswalt: We all scream: For Patton Oswalt’s fourth Netflix comedy special, he made his directorial debut with this project. It was filmed at the Paramount Theater in Denver. And in it, he talks about everything from how our bodies change as we age to lists he created during the Covid lockdowns, and much more. Release date: September 20.
Thai Cave Rescue: This 6-episode Netflix release promises the “untold stories” of the Thai youth soccer team and their coach who were trapped in a cave in 2018. And of the people of Thailand and the volunteers around the world who fought to save them . Release date: September 22.
One more new Netflix release to watch
Finally, where is the line between a smart saleswoman and a devious scammer? That’s one of the central questions at the heart of Netflix’s new crime series. Fortune Seller: A TV Scam, as it revisits the story of Wanna Marchi and Stefania Nobile. They are two women who emerged as the “undisputed queens of shopping on Italian television,” Netflix mocks. Until, that is, they, ominously, went too far.
This limited series of 4 episodes arrives on Netflix on september 21. Filled with pop culture references, the streamer continues, the show “explores the known and unknown elements of Wanna Marchi and a landmark moment in Italian television history.”
This release, by the way, should be perfect for fans of other Netflix crime projects like Sophie: A Murder in West Cork, tiger kingY fear city.
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