9 New Shows & Films Streaming On OTT Platforms This September

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September has a list of much-anticipated shows–we’re looking at you The Rings of Power and The Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives. But with the former being a weekly drop and the latter being a binge-watch sesh that will get over in a day, we’re sure you’ll want more recommendations to fill in the gap. And of course, there’s more to add to your watch list. From nail-biting true crime documentaries and grand fantasy dramas to action-packed series filled with punches and punchlines, bookmark all the new shows and films releasing on Netflix, Disney+Hotstar, and Amazon Prime Video in the first half of September.

1. Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives Season 2

The reality series revolves around the lives of celebrity wives–Seema Kiran Sajdeh (ex-wife to Sohail Khan), Maheep Kapoor (Sanjay Kapoor’s wife), Bhavana Pandey (the spouse of Chunky Panday), and Neelam Kothari (married to Samir Soni)–are back! Expect more drama and chaos as the wives discuss their relationships, careers and personal goals, all with their signature mix of cheeky quips and camaraderie. The second season will also see cameos by stars Arjun Kapoor, Ananya Panday, Chunky Panday, Bobby Deol, Jackie Shroff, Gauri Khan, and Sanjay Kapoor.

Streaming on Netflix on September 2

2. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

The highly anticipated fantasy series featuring elves, dwarves, orcs and humans is set to release this week. Created by J.D Payne, The Rings of Power is set thousands of years before the events of both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. It centres around significant events in the Middle-Earth Second Age including the fall of Númenor. Get ready to go back to an era where kingdoms rose to glory and fell to ruin with unlikely heroes being tested. One of the greatest villains, which came out of Tolkien’s ink, will threaten to cover all the world in darkness. The ensemble cast includes Morfydd Clark as Galadriel, Benjamin Walker as Gil-Galad, Cynthia Addai-Robinson as Míriel, Robert Aramayo as Elrond, Owain Arthur as Durin IV, Nazanin Boniadi as Bronwyn, Charles Edwards as Celebrimbor, Sophia Nomvete as Princess Disa, and Charlie Vickers as Halbrand, among several others. Needless to say, we’re itching to watch this one.

Streaming on Amazon Prime Video on September 2

3. Cobra Kai Season 5

Cobra Kai never dies! But after watching how season 4 ended with Terry Silver taking over Cobra Kai and expanding his ‘No Mercy’ style right after the All Valley Tournament, we wouldn’t mind watching his reign end with the karate group. After Johnny quits as a sensei, he and his son Robby go on a road trip in search of Miguel who leaves home to find out who his father is. And we would like to know more about this too. This leaves Daniel LaRusso turning to his foe-turned-friend Chozen to help take down Cobra Kai. We are expecting more intense action sequences in Cobra Kai Season 5 as Johnny rightly says in the trailer, ” We need to get our hands dirty.” And if it’s Terry they’re up against, we wouldn’t mind watching the Miyagi-do and Eagle Fang teaming up and adopting the No Mercy style too.

Streaming on Netflix on September 9

4. Indian Predator: The Diary of a Serial Killer

After the spine-chilling documentary The Butcher of Delhi, Netflix adds a new true-crime documentary to its folio. The official synopsis of Indian Predator: Diary of a Serial Killer reads, “When a suspect is found in a journalist’s murder, the case is considered closed until a secret diary suggests 13 more victims — and possible cannibalism.”

Streaming on Netflix on September 7

5. Chef’s Table: Pizza

If you’ve watched the OG Chef’s Table on Netflix and salivated every time you watched a Michelin star chef plate a beautiful dish, then you’ll enjoy this version too. As the name suggests, Chef’s Table: Pizza showcases the best pizzas from around the world prepared by 6 pizza masters who bake passion, creativity and hard work in every slice. Our suggestion while watching this show: place an order for a pizza from the nearest delivery kitchen because when those cravings set in after watching the lovely pizzas on screen, you’ll actually want something to satiate them.

Streaming on Netflix on September 7

6. Cuttputlli

The Akshay Kumar and Rakul Preet Singh-starrer is a remake of the South film, Ratsasan. Cuttputlli’s plot revolves around a cop (played by Kumar) whose mission is to track down a child abduction racket in the city.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on September 2

7. Cars On The Road

Looking for a fun series to watch with your kids over the weekend? Add Cars on the Road to your watch list. Lightning McQueen and his best buddy Mater head east from Radiator Springs on a cross-country road trip to meet up with Mater’s sister. Every stop has its own adventure with outrageous roadside attractions and colorful new characters.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on September 8

8. Growing Up

It takes courage to be yourself. And this inspiring documentary tells us real-life stories of young adults who’ve faced struggles along their journey of self-acceptance. Growing Up is a hybrid docu-series that explores the challenges, triumphs, and complexities of adolescence through ten compelling coming-of-age stories. Each episode features one young adult sharing their story and their experience growing up.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on September 8

9. Rick and Morty Season 6

The sci-fi animated series is back! The show features the cynical scientist Rick and his anxious grandson Morty going on a wide variety of misadventures across time and space is back! But the ending of Season 5 opens up plenty of possibilities for where this series might go next. The official synopsis reads, “It’s season six and Rick and Morty are back! Pick up where we left them, worse for wear and down on their luck. Will they manage to bounce back for more adventures? Or will they get swept up in an ocean of piss! Who knows?! Piss! Family! Intrigue! A bunch of dinosaurs! More piss! Another can’t-miss season of your favorite show.”

Streaming on Netflix on September 5

Missed our list of new releases from August? You can check out part 1 and part 2 here.

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