It’s another week, and another batch of Netflix content is coming your way. This time, you can expect the return (and final season) of a popular original series, along with a new film starring Melissa McCarthy, just to name a few.
McCarthy’s new film, The Starling, tells the story of a woman overcoming grief with the help of a petulant bird. As for the final season of Dear White People, the incredible ensemble cast finish out their respective arcs at the fictional Winchester College.
Regardless of what you’re looking forward to, though, there are tons of new items to check out. If you want to add to your list, here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of Sept. 20, 2021:
- Sept. 20
- Grownups: A group of former basketball teammates reunites for their coach’s funeral in this star-studded comedy.
- Sept. 21
- Go! Go! Cory Carson: Chrissy Takes the Wheel: Chrissy, sister of Cory Carson, takes on adventure duties in this kids’ show.
- Love on the Spectrum: Season 2: The complex love lives of young adults on the autism spectrum are further explored in season two.
- Sept. 22
- Confessions of an Invisible Girl: A young, awkward girl attempts to fit in at a new school.
- Dear White People, Volume 4: The final (and musical) season of the popular series comes to streaming.
- Intrusion: After a home invasion, a woman attempts to find reasons for the act but discovers more sinister things going on.
- Jaguar: A Holocaust survivor teams up with self-trained spies seeking Nazis in 1960s Spain.
- Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan: This documentary explores the case of serial rapist Billy Milligan who claimed multiple personalities cause him to commit his crimes.
- Sept. 23
- Je Suis Karl: A woman who survives a terrorist attack joins a youth movement.
- Sept. 24
- Blood & Water, Season 2: The series about a girl attempting to discover the truth about her long-lost sister continues.
- Ganglands: A man must defend his family from a drug lord and teams up with a group of thieves to do so.
- Jailbirds New Orleans: The lives of female inmates at a New Orleans correctional facility are explored in this docuseries.
- Midnight Mass: The producers of The Haunting of Hill House are back with this story of a mysterious priest bringing miracles and unexplained phenomena to a small island.
- My Little Pony: A New Generation: The latest My Little Pony film hits streaming.
- The Starling: Melissa McCarthy stars in this film about a woman overcoming grief with the help of a starling.
- Vendetta: Truth, Lies, and The Mafia: Sicily’s anti-mafia coalition is called into question when members are accused of being Mafioso.