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New and Now on Netflix

Alexis Jones '22

Culture Editor

Hey Ram Nation! After a full school day and finishing hours of homework, don’t you just want to unwind, relax, and put on some TV--only to feel like you have already seen everything?

Well fear not, because with the start of a new month it’s also a new monthly rollout of shows and Netflix just released their September launch. If the Netflix homepage being flooded with new shows and movies stresses you out and you don’t even know where to start, let me help! Here’s a list of some new shows, movies, and seasons making an appearance this month.

Starting off strong is the return of a popular show that took the world by storm in January 2020, “The Circle Season 3.” This season is filled with new contestants, catfish, challenges and alliances. Episodes will be released weekly starting September 8th. Next up is “Lucifer,” back for the fifth and final season; those are sixteen episodes you don’t want to miss. And lastly on new shows we’ll be discussing is part one of the final season of “Money Heist.”

Aside from Netflix’s shows, a new Comedy Special is premiering. Hosted by American actor Rob Lowe, it is “Attack of Hollywood Cliches.” The special is said to “roast and toast some of Hollywood's most famous cliches”. Onto the movies: a 2011 film “Teen Spirit” has been remade into a newer version with Victoria Justice called “Afterlife of The Party.” While Netflix is releasing new movies, some old favorites have been added on, such as the 2010 comedy “Grown Ups,” thrillers including all four “Jaws” movies, and nostalgic classics such as “A Cinderella Story” and so much more!

That’s all for now Rams, happy watching!


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