New shows coming to Netflix in September 2022: our top picks

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There’s nothing like a lovely fall TV session! Now that the weather is getting a little less sweltering and the nights are getting a little longer, we’re ready to settle in with a cup of tea and check out these top picks from Netflix. Whether you’re into true crime or cheesy romance, there’s something for everyone…

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Devil in Ohio – September 2

Protagonist Bones Very much like Emily Deschanel, the story follows hospital psychiatrist Dr. Suzanne Mathis, who harbors a mysterious cult escapee, only to have her world turned upside down when the girl’s arrival threatens to tear everything apart. his own family.

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You are nothing special – September 2

Dissatisfied with her life, Amaia is forced to leave Barcelona to go live in her mother’s town, where nothing ever happens. However, things take a charming turn when she discovers that she may have inherited her grandmother’s powers from her: a woman he never met, who had the reputation of being a witch.

Narco-Santos – September 9

The upcoming series follows a man involved in a secret National Intelligence Service operation after being framed by a drug lord who controls Suriname in South America under his thumb. Did you love Narcos, Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul? This has to be your next watch!

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Cobra Kai – September 9

The karate-obsessed city is back! The synopsis reads: “After the shocking results of the All Valley Tournament, season five finds Terry Silver expanding the Cobra Kai empire and attempting to make his ‘No Mercy’ style of karate the only game in town. With Kreese after the bars and Johnny Lawrence putting karate aside to focus on repairing the damage he’s caused, Daniel LaRusso must call in an old friend for help.

The disappearance of Lørenskog – September 14

We are very excited for this drama about Anne-Elisabeth Hagen, who mysteriously disappeared from her home in 2018. The series focuses on the investigators, journalists, and lawyers who, in the wake of the kidnapping, investigate theories, speculations, and rumours.

The synopsis reads: “As the mystery remains stubbornly unsolved, the characters will discover how far they are willing to go in their quest to find an answer. This series uncovers how susceptible we all are to drawing our own conclusions in the absence of definitive truth.”

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Sins of Our Mother – September 14

This true crime documentary looks at Lori Vallow, known as a devoted mother of three before she was arrested for conspiracy to commit murder and first degree murder in connection with the death of her fourth husband, the wife of her fifth husband, and their two minor children. In the upcoming documentary, Lori’s surviving son, Colby, steps forward to provide an exclusive insight into his family’s backstory, as well as his present-tense narrative as Lori faces justice.

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Destiny: The Winx Saga – September 16

The fairy saga is back! In season two, the school is back in session under the militant authority of former Alfea headmistress Rosalind. With the Burned out, Dowling’ disappeared; and Silva imprisoned for treason, last year’s Alfea has grown with new magics, new romances, and new faces. But when fairies begin to disappear into the night, Bloom and his suite mates discover a dangerous threat lurking in the shadows.

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