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5 Movies/TV Shows To Binge-Watch This Month on OTT Platforms

Tell me it's an exciting month for content, without telling me it's an exciting month for content

By Ruman Baig  September 3rd, 2021

Let’s just cut to the chase – I am waiting for Money Heist, you are waiting for Money Heist, we’re all waiting for Money Heist. The first 5 episodes of the last season drop TODAY, and just like the rest of the world, we’re spending the last few hours of Friday pretending to work. But here’s the thing, once you’re done binging La Casa De Papel, there will be a void, and how do you fill that you ask? By watching more new shows, of course! Besides the most-awaited show, we’ve drafted a list of all the exciting movies/TV shows that are slated to release in September. Scroll down for our top picks.

1. La Casa De Papel (Money Heist)

It’s down to the wire—the professor and his troop of cool criminals are about to pull the biggest heist of their lives. But this time around, the cop on the other end is two steps ahead of him at all times. How will it all unfold? Well, the wait is almost over. Get comfortable with your favourite snack and drinks and catch this highly anticipated TV show along with the global audience, as soon as it drops.

Release Date: 3rd September 

Where To Watch: Netflix 

 

2. Sex Education Season 3

The kids at Mooredale High are back with another year of awkward sexual problems, complicated relationships and overbearing parents who want to know it all. In Season 3, our resident sex therapist Otis Milburn will return with his sex-positive inuendos and a will-they-wont-they be couple mystery with the school’s favourite rebel Maeve Wiley.

Release Date: 17th September

Where To Watch: Netflix 

3.  Cinderella 

The new Cinderella movie is a music-heavy version with a bold new take on the classic. The lead, Camila Cabello, is a feisty ambitious young woman who dares to dream, and with the help of her fabulous Godmother (Billy Porter), she is able to make them come true. The modern Cinderella picks her career over a prince charming, and frankly, wasn’t it about time this was done?

Release Date: 3rd September 

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video 

4. Lucifer Final Season 

In the final edition of the nail-biting TV series, Lucifer Morningstar, the bored and unhappy lord of Hell who is now solving crime on earth has to take his father a.k.a God’s throne. But his final challenge won’t come easy as he already has an opponent sitting on it while he unravels mysteries with the LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department). Watch the sexy devil work his charm one last time as the curtains draw open on this riveting drama.

Release Date: 10th September 

Where To Watch: Netflix 

5. Mumbai Diaries 26/11 

Revisiting the horrendous night of 26/11 in Mumbai, but this time from the point of view of the first responders. Konkana Sen Sharma leads the cast with Mohit Raina, Shreya Dhanwanthary and Natasha Bharadwaj. Mumbai Diaries is a medical drama based in the  Emergency Room (ER) of a hospital, focusing on how the front-liners dealt with the tragedy of the terrorist attack.

Release Date: 9th September 

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video