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What’s new on streaming platforms this month

Kick off your binging sessions with these shows and movies on Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Apple TV+ and HBO GO.

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It’s become one of our monthly traditions to check what’s new on streaming platforms and to provide you with a list of shows worth your time. This month, we’ve rounded up the best and most exciting shows on your favorite streaming services.

Netflix

Bangkok Breaking

Netflix Thailand’s latest original project by master filmmaker Kongkiat Khomsiri follows Wanchai (Sukollawat "Weir" Kanarot), a young man with dreams of making it big in Bangkok. Wanchai joins an emergency rescue team and finds himself exposed to the dark secrets of the city’s corrupted.

All six episodes premieres on September 23.

Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1

The final season of this wildly popular crime series picks up where it left off. The Professor and his cohorts have been stuck in the Bank of Spain for more than 100 hours, and there’s no bigger threat to the entire group than the arrival of the army, determined to take them all down.

All five episodes of Volume 1 premieres on September 3. Volume 2 is set for release in December.

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Kate

Kate, a savage criminal operative, has been poisoned after a botched-up assassination. She only has 24 hours to seek vengeance before the poison kicks in and takes her last breath away.

Kate premieres on September 10.

Squid Game

Want to win an effing amount of money? All you need to do is be the last one standing in a series of children's games wherein the losers have to pay a price: their life.

Eight episodes premiere on September 17.

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Pose (Season 3)

Witness the last chapter of transwoman Bianca, who is now discovering the joys of motherhood and a relationship with Christopher. Meanwhile, the House of Evangelista is reuniting.

The final season premieres on September 23.

Disney+ Hotstar

Cruella

Everybody knows her as one of the baddest villains in Disney history, but do you really know why and how orphan girl Estella transformed into the one and only Cruella de Vil? It’s time to learn the truth.

Cruella premieres on September 3.

American Horror Story: Double Feature

Returning for its 10th installment, Ryan Murphy’s latest twisted season of AHS comes with a new “double feature” format. The first one, “Red Tide”, features a horrifying secret from the sea, while the second, “Death Valley”, unearths what lies beneath the sand.

The first episode premieres on September 3.

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Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles

Global Gen Z sensation Billie Eilish pays tribute to her hometown, at the same time keeping the hype alive for her sophomore record Happier Than Ever, in this Disney+ exclusive that boasts eye-popping production and surprise guests. It’s a can’t-miss for Billie’s fans. 

Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles premieres on September 3.

What We Do in the Shadows

Hailed as one of the best comedy shows on TV, this mockumentary follows four vampires in Staten Island as they try to survive in the 21st century. Trust us, you’ll never see anything more absurdly hilarious.

The series will premiere in late September.

Apple TV+

9/11: Inside the President’s War Room

This documentary reveals new insights into the stories and mysteries behind one of history’s most shocking terrorist attacks, as seen through the eyes of President George W. Bush.

The documentary is available for streaming now.

Mr. Corman

After years of teaching fifth graders, Josh Corman begins to experience a midlife crisis. He then decides to do something to make his days less mundane.

New episodes premiere every Friday.

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See (Season 2)

Set in a dystopian 21st-century world where everyone is now blind, two tribes engage in a bitter and deadly war. 

New episodes premiere every Friday.

Come From Away

This Tony-winning Broadway musical has been recorded live exclusively for Apple TV+. Discover the true story of 7,000 stranded travelers of 38 flights who were forced to land in a small Canadian town a week following the 9/11 attacks, and the residents who hosted them.

Come From Away premieres on September 10.

HBO GO

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

The third installment of this spine-chilling horror franchise reunites us with paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warrens. The couple now has to look into a mysterious case involving Arne Cheyenne Johnson, whose murder in 1981 marked the very first legal trial wherein the suspect claimed demonic possession as a legal defense.

The movie is available for streaming now.

The White Lotus

A holiday on a beautiful Hawaiian beach is what they had hoped for, but things don’t go as expected for guests, and the staff, of White Lotus resort. In this compelling drama, a relaxing vacation slowly turns into a hot mess.

The six-episode series is available for streaming now.

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Selena + Chef

Everyone is obsessed with Paris Hilton’s cooking show on Netflix when they should also be watching this undertaking by pop star Selena Gomez. This hidden gem showcases more down-to-earth, less pretentious episodes where Gomez learns how to cook from professional chefs.

Two seasons are available for streaming now.

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