Here's what's coming to Netflix in September 4 weeks ago

Here's what's coming to Netflix in September

Your September nights sorted.

The end of summer isn't necessarily a bad thing.

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Sure the days get shorter and the weather a bit cooler, but it's also a wonderful time to get cosy at home and wrap up with your latest Netflix obsession.

If you're looking for your next binge, we've got you sorted. Here are some of the highlights coming to the streaming platform this month.

1. Blonde - 28 September

Ana de Armas steps into the role of Marilyn Monroe in the latest biopic about the iconic movie star, which lands on Netflix at the end of the month.

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2. Dated and Related - 2 September

Looking for a dating show to fill the Love Island hole in your heart? Dated and Related – which sees siblings help each other out on their quest for love – could do the trick. Don't worry. It's not as weird as it sounds.

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3. Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2 - 16 September

This hugely popular fantasy teen series is back for more, and according to Netflix, we can expect "new magic, new romances, new faces and new dangers". Let's be having you.

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4. Devil in Ohio - 2 September

Based on a true story, Devil in Ohio stars Emily Deschanel as a psychiatrist who puts her practice at risk in order to care for a young girl who has escaped a cult.

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5. Lou - September 3

Lou is an action movie that sees Allison Janey and Jurnee Smollett team up to take on a kidnapper, and, from the looks of it, we're in for a bit of a thrill.

6. Love Is Blind: After the Altar - 16 September

Every wondered what happens to the couples after they tie the knot on Love Is Blind? Well, wonder no more, because this special spinoff of the bizarre dating show is here to answer any burning questions we may have.

7. Fakes - 2 September

Fakes follows two besties who accidentally build, and then subsequently lose, one of the biggest fake ID criminal networks in the US.

8. Do Revenge - 16 September

Netflix describes Do Revenge as "Hitchcock-ian dark comedy" and it stars Maya Hawke and Camilla Mendez as teenage girls who team up in order to "go after each other's tormentors". Intriguing.