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In the mood to Net-flicks and chill? Here’s what to watch this September

by Masalathai Admin

The most binge-worthy releases on Netflix, Prime and Disney+

By Shaan Bajaj & Shradha Aswani


Set thousands of years before J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings books, The Rings of Power is a prequel to the series, which takes place in the Second Age of Middle-Earth’s history. Showrunners and executive producers, John D. Payne and Patrick McKay, have based the show on the appendices by J.R.R
Tolkien. While they’ve managed to keep the majority of information on the series under lock and key, we know it has a billion-dollar budget and one of the largest fan bases worldwide, so it’s sure to be an epic exploration of this previously unknown age of Middle Earth.
Release Date: 2nd September


The second season of The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives (2020- ) is all set to revisit the glamourous (and not-so glamourous) stories of Maheep Kapoor, Seema Sajdeh, Neelam Kothari, and Bhavna Pandey. The reality series shall delve deeper in the personal and professional lives of its four protagonists, who are better known as the wives of Sanjay Kapoor, Sohail Khan (now exwife), Samir Soni and Chunky Pandey, respectively. The first season of the show gave a bird’s eye view of India’s thriving movie industry and the fate of those who are popular – but not quite popular enough. The teaser promises a masala-filled binge that you can snack on this weekend.
Release Date: 2nd September


Following the first Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi (2022) docu-series, this new season explores the horrific crimes committed by Raja Kolander. It follows the gruesome events after a journalist goes missing, during which investigators identify Raja as the lead suspect. As the case unfolds, they discover his secret diary containing information on 13 more victims, and the investigation culminates in Raja’s shocking confession at a media event, when he relayed his crimes in extreme detail, alongside the evidence of two human skulls from his previous victims. The series is directed by Dhiraj Jindal alongside Sudeep Nigam as screenwriter, and true crime fans can expect thrill after thrill.
Release date: 7th September


The live-action remake of this classic tale follows Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, cast as Pinocchio, on his mission to become a ‘real boy.’ Award-winning filmmaker, Robert Lee Zemeckis, well known for his work in the Back to the Future (1985) films and more, will direct the film, while multi-talented Tom Hanks acts as Geppetto the woodcarver, who creates Pinocchio with the hopes of having his own son. This live-action remake promises to be a fun family watching experience, so don’t miss out!
Release date: 8th September


A modern remake of a popular Australian TV show from the 90s with the same name, the series follows these high school students as they navigate love, sex, and heartbreak. Amerie, played by Ayesha Madon, becomes an outcast at her school when she decides to graffiti a wall, detailing all the hook-ups her peers have had. Chaos ensues as secrets are revealed and friendships are broken. Amerie’s sudden loss of friends leaves her with two of the school’s unpopular kids, Quinn and Darren. How will she repair her reputation and gain the trust of her classmates now? Fans of Riverdale (2017- ) and other recent teen drama series, this one’s for you! 

Release date: 14th September 

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