New Shows Alert on Netflix Philippines in September 2021

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Hello Ber-months, and hello new Netflix titles!

Times flies fast indeed as we only have three months left before 2021 ends. And as most students are ready to return to school (online school), Netflix has once again updated their massive movie library to keep weekends worth a while.

On Thursday, August 26, Netflix Philippines announced its new list of film titles and television shows next month. Check out the new titles below!

What’s coming to Netflix this September 2021?

September 2: Q-Force – an adult animated comedy series follows a group of undervalued LGBTQ+ superspies on a mission to prove themselves to the American Intelligence Agency (AIA) and solve cases, along with a new member, a straight man.



Starring the voices of Sean Hayes, Gary Cole, David Harbour


September 2: Afterlife of the Party – a supernatural comedy film about a social butterfly who lives to party until she dies in a freak accident one day, and to earn her wings, she must go back to right her wrongs on Earth.

Starring Victoria Justice, Midori Francis, Robyn Scott


September 2: Dito at Doon – is a 2021 Filipino film following a political science major and a student working part-time as a delivery driver who crossed paths online.




Starring JC Santos, Janine Gutierrez, Victor Anostacio, Yesh Burce


September 3: Money Heist (Season 5: Volume 1) – the fifth season part one of the hit-series La Casa de Papel

Starring Úrsula Corberó, Álvaro Morte, Itziar Ituño


September 10: Lucifer (The Final Season) – the final season of the highly-anticipated series Lucifer.

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September 10: Pangako Sa ‘Yo (Season 1) – a 2015 hit-primetime soap opera based on 2000 TV series with the same name.

Starring Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla, Jodi Sta. Maria


September 14: You vs Wild: Out Cold – a Netflix interactive adventure video following Bear Grylls with amnesia and trapped in a cold, isolated area after a plane crash.

Starring: Bear Grylls, Jason Derek Prempeh


September 15: Nightbooks – is based on the 2018 horror-fantasy children’s book of the same name that follows a young boy who becomes a prisoner of a witcher.

Starring Winslow Fegley, Lidya Jewett, Krysten Ritter


September 15: I’m Drunk, I Love You (IDILY) – a 2017 Filipino rom-com about two college best friends who goes on a last road trip days before graduation where they settle how they really feel for each other.

Starring Maja Salvador, Paulo Avelino


September 17: Squid Game – follows the story of a man invited among the 456 people to an unknown place to play a mysterious survival game with a prize of 45.6 billion Won.

Starring Lee Jung-jae, Park Hae-soo, Wi Ha-joon


September 17: Sex Education (Season 3) – the third instalment of the comedy-drama series Sex Education starring Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa.


September 17: The General’s Daughter (Season 1) – a 2019 hit-primetime series that revolves around a woman who is caught up in a war between two families – the one she vowed to protect and the other she promised to avenge.

Starring Angel Locsin, Tirso Cruz III, Albert Martinez


September 22: Intrusion – is about a couple who just moved into their dream house when a deadly home invasion occurred. But, as the wife searches for answers, she realizes that the real danger is yet to begin.

Starring Freida Pinto, Logan Marshall-Green, Robert John Burke


September 24: Midnight Mass – is an American supernatural horror series that tells a tale of a small, isolated island community whose existing divisions are amplified by the return of a disgraced young man and the arrival of a charismatic and mysterious priest.

Starring Zach Gilford, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linklater


September 24: The Starling – a comedy-drama film that centres around a married couple who suffers hardships – a woman dealing with grief and a man struggling to find a way forward. As the wife continues to find gripping in the “real” world, a feisty bird invades her backyard and begins to harass and attack her.

Starring Melissa McCarthy, Chris O’Dowd, Kevin Kline


September 24: My Little Pony: A New Generation – is a start of the fifth incarnation of the franchise, while also serving as a direct follow-up to the fourth incarnation.

Starring the voices of Vanessa Hudgens, Kimiko Glenn, James Marsden


September 28: Ada Twist, Scientist – tells the story of a pint-sized scientist Ada Twist and her two best friends seeking answers to big questions and in the quest to discover the truth about everything!

Starring the voices of Amanda Christine, Taye Diggs, Susan Kelechi Watson


September 29: No One Gets Out Alive – the film revolves around a desperate, undocumented woman from Mexico who moves into a rundown Cleveland boardinghouse where unsettling cries and eerie visions begin.


September 23: Bangkok Breaking – follows a man who joins an emergency rescue service to earn a living in Bangkok, however, stumble upon a citywide conspiracy.

Starring Pavarit Mongkolpisit, Suthipongse Thatphithakkul, Daweerit Chullasapya

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Note: Dates and titles are subject to change.

—(SourceNetflix Philippines)


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Blayce helped launch WhatALife! Blog in late May 2019, publishing trendy lifestyle and entertainment articles, local and international news reports, as well as inspiring feature stories of successful individuals hailing from Cagayan de Oro City. A jack-of-all-trades, she is a part-time gamer, occasional guitar player, and a zombie-genre fanatic.

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