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September 2021 OTT releases: Where and when to watch these most-anticipated TV shows
Ryan Gomez
Aug 17, 2021

The month of September promises an exciting lineup of TV shows, across various genres, releasing on streaming platforms. The following is a list of the most anticipated releases, including new seasons of the existing series and some new releases, and where to watch them.

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Q- Force - Season one The Netflix original is an upcoming animated show about a group of LGBTQ superspies who is forced to work with a straight man. The show that will release on September 2 will be a satire on sexuality and gender, and the various social constructs and taboos around it. Gabe Liedman is the showrunner, while Todd Milline Sean Hayes serves as executive producer along with Liedman.
Money Heist
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Money Heist - Season 5 One of the most anticipated shows on Netflix is returning for its fifth and final season on September 3. The hit Spanish television series, originally titled La casa de papel, will have El Professor (Álvaro Morte) and his gang of bank robbers (named after famous cities from around the world) return to finally finish the job.
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Billions - Season 6 The sixth season of Showtime’s hit series Billions is expected to release on Disney+ Hotstar on September 3. The American courtroom drama has an excellent ensemble of Damian Lewis (Band of Brothers, Homeland), Maggie Siff (Sons of Anarchy), and legendary character actor Paul Giamatti.
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Lucifer - season 6 Based on the DC comics character Lucifer Morningstar created by Neil Gaiman, the man who created the iconic The Sandman graphic novels, the show has found renewed life in Netflix after it was originally canceled by Fox after just three seasons. Since moving to Netflix, it has become a fan-favourite and will be entering its sixth season on September 10 with Tom Ellis returning as the Devil, Lucifer, who has abandoned hell to live among humans.
The Morning Show
8.5OTTplay Rating
The Morning Show - Season 2 The Apple TV original is returning for its second season on September 17. The drama features a star-studded ensemble of Resse Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell, Mark Duplass, and Billy Crudup. The story set in television studios in the backdrop of the ‘Me Too’ movement may not have been the most popular show among critics, but it’s been a huge hit among the fans.
Sex Education
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Sex Education - Season 3 Netflix’s surprise hit from 2019 is going from strength to strength as it enters its third season on September 17. The series stars Asa Butterfield (Hugo, The Boy in Striped Pyjamas) and ’90s TV legend Gillan Anderson (The X-Files). The coming of age story has its own unique take on sexuality and gender. The show has received universal acclaim and is one of Netflix's biggest hits after Stranger Things.
Star Wars: Visions
Star Wars: Visions - Season 1 Disney is launching yet another Star Wars spinoff, with an animated anthology series on September 22. The franchise created by George Lucas is arguably one of the biggest in the world of films and television shows spanning nearly half a century. Details regarding the show have been kept under wraps, but it has been confirmed that the series will have 10 episodes for season one.
Midnight Mass
Midnight Mass - Season 1 The horror genre has seen a renaissance of late on television with critically acclaimed shows such as American Horror Story, and The Haunting of Hill House becoming fan-favourites on streaming platforms. The creators of The Haunting of Hill House are returning with yet another horror series for Netflix titled Midnight Mass on September 24. The plot revolves around the mysterious events in an island town after the arrival of a young priest.
Foundation - Season 1 The upcoming Apple TV original is based on the novel Foundation written by Isaac Asimov. The science-fiction TV show on space exploration is written and produced by David S Goyer and is expected to have a high production value. Jarred Harris (Chernobyl, Mad Men, The Crown) and Lee Pace (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Guardians of the Galaxy) have been credited with the lead roles. The series will be available to stream on the platform from September 24.
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Goliath - Season 4 Academy Award and Multiple Golden Globe Award winner, Billy Bob Thornton returns as disgraced lawyer Billy McBride for the fourth season of Goliath. The Amazon Prime exclusive is one of the hidden gems on this list and has a cult fan following on social media. The legal drama is returning for its fourth season this September on September 24.

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