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Netflix September 2020 release schedule: What’s coming to Netflix September 2020?

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There’s a whole host of TV series both new and old favourites landing on Netflix for your viewing pleasure. Also, there’s a variety of genres to choose from which will occupy the whole family. Express.co.uk has the lowdown on the best TV shows coming to Netflix in September 2020.

What’s coming to Netflix September 2020?

Crime fans will be eager to learn interrogation show Criminal UK will be making a comeback with the team trying to bust more shifty-looking suspects.

Viewers will be reunited with Katherine Kelly, Rochenda Sandall, Lee Ingleby and the rest of the cast as there are more tense and lengthy Line of Duty-esque interviews.

Another one is prequel series Young Wallander, which is a reimagining of Henning Mankell’s iconic detective Kurt Wallander, who will be working on his first case.

However, the show is set in modern-day Sweden with Adam Pålsson taking on the role of the young detective.

For something otherworldly, look no further than Away which is led by the Oscar-winning Hilary Swank as an American astronaut embarking on the first mission to Mars which will see her separated from her family.

If American Horror Story and Pose creator Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood earlier this year was too saccharine for some, his new series Ratched is just the palate cleanser.

The show tells the origin story of the villainous asylum nurse from One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest Mildred Ratched, played expertly by the Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe-winning Sarah Paulson.

Canadian comic Katherine Ryan will be bringing the laughs with her series The Duchess, in which she plays a single mother juggling parenthood and her ex while trying to have another child.

From the director of High School Musical comes Julie and the Phantoms, a teen musical extravaganza concentrating on a bereaved high school student whose passion is reignited when she encounters three ghosts.

Julie and the Phantoms promises to be a sweet coming-of-age series as the teen tackles grief and adolescence with the help of the spectres and music.

Bookmarks is a celebration of black voices and culture with a group of celebrities and artists reading children’s books by black authors including Lupita Nyong’o, Common, Tiffany Haddish and Karamo Brown.

Those looking for a good documentary series can try out Challenger: The Final Flight, concentrating on the tragic 1986 Challenger space shuttle disaster.

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Another extraordinary documentary is Hope Frozen: A Quest to Live Twice, which looks at a Thai girl who was youngest person in the world to undergo cryo-preservation with the hopes of reviving her in a regenerated body.

Sports fans can watch in-depth interviews with legendary coaches, who offer up advice about how to win both in life and in the game in The Playbook.

Among the sports coaches are José Mourinho, Dawn Staley, Doc Rivers and Jill Ellis.

There are also some non-Netflix Originals coming out in September including Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father season four, Black Books seasons one to three and Call the Midwife season eight.

For fans of Robert Sheehan, who are looking for something after his turn as Klaus Hargreeves in The Umbrella Academy can catch Misfits seasons one to five, where he plays another apathetic superhero.

Crime fans can watch classic Scandi Noir series Borgen or The Bridge with seasons one to three available.

For something more light-hearted, try season nine of Shameless (US), Gogglebox seasons nine to 12, KUWTK seasons three and four.

For the little ones, there’s also Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous to keep them entertained.

Here is a list of highlights on Netflix UK in September 2020:

  • Bookmarks – September 1
  • Chef’s Table: BBQ – September 2
  • Young Wallander – September 3
  • Afonso Padilha: Classless – September 3
  • Away – September 4
  • The Social Dilemma – September 9
  • Julie and the Phantoms – September 10
  • Family Business season 2 – September 11
  • The Duchess – September 11
  • Hope Frozen: A Quest to Live Twice – September 15
  • Criminal: UK S2 – September 16
  • Challenger: The Final Flight – September 16
  • The Last Word – September 17
  • The School Nurse Flies – September 17
  • Ratched – September 18
  • The Playbook – September 22
  • Sneakerheads – September 25

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