New on Netflix in September: Money Heist part 5, Lucifer season 6, and Sex Education season 3

Dear White People season 4 and the new He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series also premiere on Netflix next month

New on Netflix in September: Money Heist part 5, Lucifer season 6, and Sex Education season 3 16

The complete list of titles arriving on Netflix this September has been revealed, and it includes a number of fan-favorite original series returning for new seasons.

After more than a year of hiatus, Money Heist returns to Netflix next month. The first half of the show’s 10-episode part 5 will debut on September 3rd, while the remaining half will premiere on December 3rd. In Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1, the gang has been in the Bank of Spain for over 100 hours and the Professor (Álvaro Morte) is at risk. To make matters worse, a new adversary is coming: the army.

The sixth and final season of Lucifer, meanwhile, will be available to stream starting September 10th. In the last 10 episodes of the series, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) scores a promotion but doesn’t know whether he really wants the job. Chloe (Lauren German) prepares to give up detective work while Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) joins the LAPD.

Sex Education also returns from its almost two-year break on September 17th. In the third season of the comedy drama, Otis (Asa Butterfield) is having casual sex, Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) and Adam (Connor Swindells) are official, and Jean (Gillian Anderson) has a baby on the way. Meanwhile, new headteacher Hope (Jemima Kirke) tries to return Moordale to a pillar of excellence.

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A scene from Sex Education season 3

Comedy drama series Dear White People is also coming back to the streamer this next month. Premiering on September 22nd, the show’s 10-episode fourth and final season reunites future Sam (Logan Browning) and Lionel (DeRon Horton) who both look back on their epic final year together at Winchester, which plays out as a ‘90s musical.

September also marks the launch of several new original Netflix series, including the animated series Q-Force (September 2nd), comedy On the Verge (September 7th), and the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe reboot (September 16th).

Co-created by Sean Hayes and Michael Schur, Q-Force centers on Agent Steve Maryweather (voiced by Hayes), the Golden Boy of the American Intelligence Agency until he came out as gay. After the agency sent him off into obscurity, he assembles an LGBTQ+ squad of misfits dubbed as the Q-Force.

On the Verge, meanwhile, stars Julie Delpy, Sarah Jones, Alexia Landeau, and Elisabeth Shue as four women who are on the verge. Set in the crazy world of LA, the comedy series dives into the lives of a chef, a single mom, an heiress, and a job seeker as they dig into love and work prior to the pandemic.

Lastly, the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is a reboot of the 1980s animated series of the same name. Co-produced by Mattel Television, the new CG-animated series is set on the planet of Eternia and follows a young lost prince who discovers the powers of Grayskull and transforms into He-Man, the Master of the Universe. The reboot brings the classic battle between He-Man and evil Skeletor to new heights as both hero and villain forge new and mighty teams.

Aside from the abovementioned original series, Netflix is also adding some original films to its library next month. For instance, supernatural comedy Afterlife of the Party is set to premiere on September 2nd. Directed by Stephen Herek, the flick stars Victoria Justice as party girl Cassie who dies in a freak accident. In order to earn her wings, she needs to right her wrongs on Earth.

Also dropping next month is the action thriller Kate. Premiering on September 10th, the Cedric Nicolas-Troyan-directed film stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the titular ruthless assassin who has less than 24 hours to find out who poisoned her and exact revenge.

Dark fantasy film Nightbooks also drops on Netflix next month. Available to stream starting September 15th, the David Yarovesky-directed movie centers on scary story fan Alex (Winslow Fegley) who must tell a spine-tingling tale every night — or stay trapped with his new friend in a wicked witch’s magical apartment forever.

Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd’s comedy drama movie The Starling also debuts in September. Arriving on the streaming giant on the 24th, the Theodore Melfi-directed movie stars McCarthy and O’Dowd as a married couple who suffers hardship. As if the wife’s troubles weren’t bad enough, a starling that has nested in her backyard begins to harass and attack her and she becomes comically obsessed with killing it.

Watch the video below to find out more new movies and series coming to Netflix in September.