Netflix Upcoming Movie in September, Streaming in September 2022

September is set to be a great month for Netflix viewers as the streaming giant brings out a variety of new series, movies, and shows.

Love in Villa

Netflix shares the highly anticipated romantic comedy Love in the Village.

Love in the Villa tells the story of a young woman who goes on a trip to Verona, Italy after a breakup, only to discover that her villa has been booked twice by a cynical Brit with whom you must share the holiday.

CAST:

  • Tom Hopper
  • Kat Graham
  • Laura Hopper

The film is directed by Mark Stephen Johnson and is scheduled to be released on September 1,

Ivy & Bean

The next film, Ivy and Bean, will be released on September 2, 2022 in Netflix’s family-friendly children’s series.

CAST:

  • Sasha Pieterse
  • Jane Lynch
  • Nia Vardalos
  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson
  • Keslee Blalock
  • Madison Skye Validum
  • Jesse Gervasi

The series is about two girls who didn’t expect to be friends.

However, Ivy is quiet, sensitive, and observant, while Bean is playful, adventurous, and brave.

The trailer shows how the two girls soon learn that “sometimes an episode shows that opposites” can also be best friends.

Cobra Kai (season 5)

There’s a lot of fighting action, and the dojo drama is coming to Netflix in September.

The series is based on Cobra Kai’s empire and tries out “No Mercy” style karate, the only game that will be in town.

CAST:

  • William Zabka
  • Ralph Macchio
  • Martin Kove
  • Xolo Mariduena
  • Courtney Henggeler
  • Mary Mouser
  • Tanner Buchanan
  • Jacob Bertrand
  • Gianni DeCenzo
  • Vanessa Rubio

Cobra Kai is set to release on September 9, 2022.

End of the Road

Starring Queen, Latifah, and Ludacris, the action-thriller will premiere worldwide on Netflix on September 9, 2022.

CAST:

  • Queen Latifah
  • Ludacris
  • Chris Bridges
  • Mychala Faith Lee
  • Shaun Dixon
  • Frances Lee McCain

End of the Road is a high-octane survival thriller about a cross-country road trip that turns into a highway to hell for Brenda (Queen Latifah), her two sons and her brother, Reggie.

Do Revenge

Do Revenge is a black comedy about two high school girls who team up to get revenge on those who wronged them.

CAST:

  • Austin Abrams
  • Alisha Boe
  • Rish Shah
  • Talia Ryder
  • Ava Capri
  • Jonathan Daviss
  • Maia Reficco
  • Paris Berelc
  • Sophie Turner

The film is directed by the great Jennifer Caton Robinson.

Netflix has revealed a September 16, 2022 release date for Do Revenge.

Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2

Inspired by the Nickelodeon animated series Winx Club , the young adult show is based on a magical mix of ancient magic, teen angst, and doomsday drama.

CAST:

  • Abigail Cowen
  • Danny Griffin
  • Hannah van der Westhuysen
  • Elisha Applebaum
  • Freddie Thorp
  • Precious Mustapha
  • Eliot Salt
  • Sadie Soverall
  • Theo Graham
  • Miranda Richardson
  • Paulina Chávez

The second season of Destiny: The Winx Saga will premiere on September 16, 2022.

Lou

Netflix has just released their upcoming thriller Lou which is set to air on September 23, 2022.

CAST:

  • Allison Janney Lou
  • Logan Marshall-Green
  • Greyston Holt
  • Matt Craven
  • Toby Levins
  • Marci T. House
  • Jaycie Dotin
  • Roman Mitichyan
  • Ridley Asha Bateman
  • Andres Collantes

Lou Allison as Janni tells the story of a woman who left a dangerous life to become normal. But everything changes when the mother of the kidnapped girl, played by Smollett, asks for his help in bringing the child home.

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