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What’s Coming On Netflix This September 2022

What's Coming On Netflix This September 2022

Check out the list of what’s coming on Netflix this September 2022 along with amazing movies and series to watch.

Do you find yourself wasting a lot of time trying to find the best movies or series shows to watch? Now there is no need for you to be concerned because we have mentioned everything specifically for you. This month is definitely going to be a lot better for you with the release of new series of amazing stories that you can access.

Enjoy your meals while watching the most entertaining shows. Spend some quality time with your family and friends while watching Netflix! Make sure you grab some popcorn before you start watching.

Little Women (3rd September)

Three sisters get involved in a case that puts them in conflict with South Korea’s richest and most powerful family. Oh In-Joo is the oldest of all the sisters. She grew up in a very poor family, but then she realized that money was the most important thing to protect herself and her family.

Oh In-Kyung, on the other hand, is the middle sister. She works as a reporter at a news station and she thinks that doing the right thing is important. The last sister is Oh In-Hye, who is the youngest. She goes to a prestigious high school for the arts and is very good at painting. She feels like her two older sisters love her too much a lot of the time.


End Of The Road (9th September)

In this high-action thriller movie, Brenda and her family are driving across the country when their journey is suddenly turned into a highway to hell. When murder and a missing bag of cash put Brenda and her children in jeopardy while they are on a terrifying road trip.

The widowed mother does everything she can to shield them. They are forced to battle for their lives when they become the targets of a strange killer while they are wandering alone in the desert of New Mexico.


Do Revenge (16th September)

Do Revenge is an upcoming American black comedy movie that was written by Celeste Ballard and Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. Camila Mendes, Maya Hawke, Rish Shah, Sophie Turner, and Austin Abrams are some of the people who are in it. The story was based on Strangers on a Train by Alfred Hitchcock.

At a fancy private high school, the former queen bee makes a secret deal with a new student to get back at the people who hurt them.


Thai Cave Rescue (22nd September)

The incidents in this story are based on actual events. In 2018, twelve members of the same football squad made the collective decision to spend an afternoon with their coach exploring the Tham Luang caves located in the northern region of Thailand.

What was supposed to be a fun adventure transformed into a big international rescue mission that captivated the attention of people all around the world when the caves were flooded by severe rainfall and the explorers were trapped inside.


Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Alchemy (24th September)

The lengthy and winding journey that the Elric brothers have been on finally comes to an end in this epic pathway. In this last journey,  where they must face off against an otherworldly and countrywide threat. An exciting adventure awaits to see what happens in this final show.


Blonde (28th September)

The film Blonde, which is a daring reimagining of the life of one of Hollywood’s most lasting icons, Marilyn Monroe, is based on the best-selling novel written by Joyce Carol Oates. From her turbulent beginnings as Norma Jeane, through her rise to celebrity and romantic entanglements.

Blonde explores the expanding separation between her public and private lives by blurring the lines between reality and fiction. The story begins with Blonde’s youth as Norma Jeane.

The screenplay was written by Andrew Dominik, and the film was directed by Andrew Dominik as well. The film stars Ana de Armas, Bobby Cannavale, Adrien Brody, Julianne Nicholson, Xavier Samuel, and Evan Williams, among other notable actors.

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Abdul Hadif

One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” - Henry Miller

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