Cover LA CASA DE PAPEL (L to R) HOVIK KEUCHKERIAN as BOGOTÁ, ÚRSULA CORBERÓ as TOKIO, RODRIGO DE LA SERNA as PALERMO, ITZIAR ITUÑO as LISBOA, MIGUEL HERRÁN as RÍO, JAIME LORENTE as DENVER in episode 02 of LA CASA DE PAPEL. | Courtesy of Netflix

Netflix brings you a September to remember with movies and series ranging from romcom to horror!

It’s officially September and Netflix has a few titles you can binge to keep you feeling cosy and comfy amid the cold weather. This month’s movie and series releases feature your favourite stars and are guaranteed must-watches. Catch up on your favourite shows or watch out for these top new picks coming out:

1. Money Heist: Part 5 Vol 1

Returning with the first half of Part 5, La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) can be viewed starting September 3. Lives have been lost, the professor is caught red-handed and the team is left to hatch an escape plan. Don’t miss the beginning of the end of Money Heist.

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2. Squid Game

Squid Game raises the stakes on typical gaming shows. In this original Netflix series, you’ll see how 456 players risk their lives to win a large cash prize after receiving a mysterious invitation to play children’s games. How far would they go for 45.6 billion won (1.96 billion pesos)? Find out on September 17.

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3. Dito at Doon

Starting September 2, you can stream Dito at Doon (Here and There) on Netflix. This romantic comedy couldn’t come at a better time as it’s set during community quarantine and tells the love story between a political science major and a working student who is also a delivery driver. Apart from the challenges of having romance, the movie also touches on other socio-political issues.

4. Sex Education: Season 3

Don’t forget to come to class as Sex Education returns with its third season. The students of Moordale seem to have changed since you first met them in the first season, and yet there are more stories to tell with Jean expecting, Eric and Adam officially dating, and a new headteacher on campus. Mark your calendars on September 17!

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5. Lucifer: Final Season

The end is nigh for Lucifer on September 10. Although we hate to see the handsome devil and all our favourite characters leave the show after the season finale, we have yet to see Lucifer take on the role of God and be happy with Chloe, if Ella will ever find out about Lucifer’s real self, how Maze is doing as the queen of hell and what kind of cop Amenadiel has become.

6. Midnight Mass

Feel the thrill this September 24 by streaming Midnight Mass. This chilling film follows the story of the residents of an isolated island who starts to experience miracles after a mysterious young priest joins their humble community. Despite how frightening this film will be, you’ll be delighted to see Kate Siegel from The Haunting of Hill House take on another role in a horror project.

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7. Starling

Through Starling, fans will have a new appreciation for the beauty of starting over. In this drama about love and grief, they'll enjoy performances by Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd as they portray a couple who's suffered loss. It’s also quite refreshing to see Melissa take on a more serious role.

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