THE Netflix will release the final seasons of two of his most successful series: In addition to La Casa de Papel, which premiered its first part this Friday (3), it will also release Lucifer. Also this month comes the third installment of the Teen Sex Education series. Documentaries are also a highlight – one narrating the story between Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, and another about the career of motorsport driver Michael Schumacher.
At the Amazon Prime Video, the absolute highlight goes to Cinderella, an adaptation of the classic that promises to bring a more modern and independent version of the classic princess. The main role is played by Camila Cabello, pop star of Cuban origin, who brings an innovation in the portrayal of the character, being played for the first time by a Latin American actress. The film features musical numbers of modern songs, such as Somebody to Love, by the band Queen, Rhythm Nation, by Janet Jackson, and Am I Wrong?, by Nico and Vinz, as well as original songs.
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In addition, the streaming also bets on the one-two punch The Girl Who Killed the Parents and The Boy Who Killed My Parents, two different perspectives on the case of Suzane Von Richthofen, a crime that occurred in Brazil in 2022.
La Casa de Papel (5th season) – September 3
The first part of the last season of the Spanish series comes to Netflix with five chapters. This is not yet the definitive ending, which will only happen in December, with the release of five more episodes
How much? – September 3rd
The story of a lawyer who fights for financial compensation for the families of victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The film stars Michael Keaton.
Stretching the Party – September 2nd
A young party girl dies in an accident, and is given the opportunity to review her mistakes during her life – and try to fix them. Leading the cast is Victoria Justice, known for roles in teen series on the Nickelodeon channel.
Blood Brothers: Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X – 9 September
The documentary chronicles the relationship between the symbolic black movement activist Malcolm X and the fighter Muhammad Ali.
Lucifer (6th season) – September 10th
One of the most successful series on the platform comes to an end. In the end, the devil will have to make important decisions, and viewers are eager for the outcome of the romantic story involving the protagonists.
Schumacher – September 15th
The documentary is the only film authorized by the family of driver Michael Schumacher, and chronicles the career of the Formula 1 champion
Sex Education (3rd season) – September 17th
The third season of one of the most acclaimed teen series in recent years brings the continuation of the story of Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Maeve (Emma Mackey).
A Nest for Two – September 24th
The emotional film, starring Melissa McCarthy, shows the recovery of a couple after a painful loss to their family.
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Cinderella – September 3rd
The new version of the classic character is played by singer Camila Cabello and brings original songs, in addition to the interpretation of pop and rock hits.
The Girl Who Killed Her Parents and The Boy Who Killed My Parents – September 24th
The two features released simultaneously will tell two different perspectives on the murder of Manfred Albert von Richthofen and Marísia von Richthofen, designed by the couple’s daughter. One of the films will tell the crime from the perspective of Suzane von Richthofen, and the other from the perspective of Daniel Cravinhos, the heiress’s boyfriend and executioner.
Dug’s Life – September 1st
The series in cartoon format will have as protagonist Dug, the Labrador that won the hearts of the public in the film Up – Altas Aventuras (2009).
Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles – September 3rd
In the mixed documentary with show, Billie Eilish will tell the backstage of the production of her new album Happier Than Ever.
The Suicide Squad – scheduled for September 12th
The new Suicide Squad film, directed by James Gunn, garnered good reviews in theaters.
Scenes from a Wedding – September 12th
The miniseries is inspired by the film of the same name by director Ingmar Bergman, and will feature Oscar Isaac, from Star Wars, and Jessica Chastain.
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