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Netflix is serving up plenty worth fall-ing for with their list of new content available this September that will be sure to start autumn streaming on a high note. While it’s always hard to say goodbye to the titles leaving Netflix, you won’t be feeling down for long once you get a good look at the impressive array of Netflix Original series coming to the platform to take their place. With everything from brand new titles to long-awaited continuations of fan favorites, Netflix’s diverse and delightful September 2022 premieres is sure to have something for everyone.
The streamer is set to help you celebrate the new month with premieres from highly-anticipated new episodes of hit shows across several different genres (so there’s truly something for everyone) like Cobra Kai and The Great British Baking Show.
While the list of September’s top shows features these exciting continuations of more established titles, there’s also plenty of brand new shows to look forward to that are streaming exclusively on Netflix for the first time starting this month. Keep an eye out in particular for Fakes, Devil in Ohio, Chef’s Table: Pizza, and Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, all very different shows that are united by their high likelihood of being major stand-outs for the September’s streaming lineup.
So what makes the cut for our top 11, and which of them have what it takes to be in the Netflix Top 10? Keep reading to bask in the greatness that is the list of streaming standouts for September 2022.
CAST: William Zabka, Ralph Macchio, Xolo Maridueña, Tanner Buchanan, Courtney Henggeler, Mary Mouser, Jacob Bertrand, Gianni DeCenzo, Peyton List, Martin Kove, Thomas Ian Griffith, Dallas Dupree Young
DESCRIPTION: Cobrai Kai is back and better than ever with its highly-anticipated fifth season hitting Netflix this month. The martial arts comedy-drama series has plenty of butt kicking awesomeness in store, as the diabolical Terry Silver (Griffith) expands the Cobra Kai karate empire in attempts to take over the Valley’s martial arts scene once and for all after putting John Kreese (Kove) behind bars and taking down Johnny Lawrence (Zabka) and Daniel LaRusso’s (Macchio) teams at the All Valley tournament. Meanwhile, Johnny is taking a step back from karate competitions to focus on repairing the damage he has caused (including his fraught relationship with his son, Robby (Buchanan)) and Daniel is driven into a corner as he attempts to rebuild his dojo from the ground up, inspiring him to call up an old rival for assistance. All in all, it’s sure to be a pretty badass batch of new episodes.
Stream Cobra Kai on Netflix
CAST: Noel Fielding, Matt Lucas, Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith
DESCRIPTION: Speaking of batches, everyone’s favorite cooking competition series is returning with a whole new crew of contestants competing for a fancy cake stand and the title of top baker. The internationally beloved show takes on amateur bakers and puts them through three challenges, a Signature, a Technical, and a Showstopper. By the end of the week, one baker will have been crowned Star Baker and another will be sent home based on their cumulative performances in the three challenges. This keeps going until we’re left with one baker to rule them all, and hungry stomachs from watching the creation of so many delicious cakes, breads, and pastries. When the contestants are consistently as sweet as the treats they’re baking, you know you’ve found a gem of a show, so look forward to more coming soon.
Stream The Great British Baking Show on Netflix
CAST: Emilija Baranac, Jennifer Tong, Richard Harmon, Eric Bempong
DESCRIPTION: This Netflix Original comedy-drama series revolves around teenage best friends Zoe Christensen (Baranac) and Becca Li (Tong) building one of the biggest fake ID empires in North America. However, it doesn’t take long for the raging success and notoriety of their business to get out of hand, leading to a life of crime that gets too real and ends up explosively tanking the whole venture and all of the perks that come with it. Is Zoe and Becca’s friendship yet another casualty of their hubris? Find out in Fakes on Netflix this month.
Stream Fakes on Netflix
CAST: Emily Deschanel, Madeleine Arthur, Sam Jaeger, Gerardo Celasco, Xaria Dotson, Alisha Newton, Naomi Tan
DESCRIPTION: Determined to protect Mae, a young patient (Arthur) who escaped a mysterious cult, a psychiatrist named Suzanne (Deschanel) takes the girl in, ultimately putting her own life in danger as the strange girl’s arrival threatens to tear Suzanne’s family apart. Suzanne, her husband (Jaeger), and their three daughters quickly realize that things in their suburban Ohio hometown are not all as they seem, and Suzanne might learn the hard way that not everyone is capable of being (or wants to be) saved.
Stream Devil in Ohio on Netflix
CAST: Sarah Minnick, Franco Pepe, Anna Kim, Gabriele Bonci, Chris Bianco, Yoshihiro Imai
DESCRIPTION: Long-running hit culinary series Chef’s Table returns with a brand new spin-off season that’s all about the pizza pie. From Portland to Phoenix, Italy to Japan, this docuseries takes viewers inside the kitchens of chefs whose creativity elevates this seemingly-ordinary dish to a stunning art form thanks to their unique flavors, inspiring personal backgrounds, and burning passion for creating the perfect slice. Grab yourself a good pie and settle down to watch six masters of pizza from all over the world do what they do best.
Stream Chef’s Table: Pizza on Netflix
CAST: Ayesha Madon, James Majoos, Chloe Hayden, Asher Yasbincek, Thomas Weatherall, Will McDonald, Josh Heuston, Gemma Chua-Tran, Bryn Chapman-Parish, Sherry-Lee Watson, Brodie Townsend, Chika Ikogwe, Rachel House
DESCRIPTION: A reboot of the 1994 series of the same name, Heartbreak High is a Netflix Original drama that follows brash, working-class high school girl Amerie (Madon), becomes a pariah at Hartley High after her classmates discover the mural she’d created that exposed everyone’s secret hook-ups. With only fellow outsiders Quinni and Darren to turn to, Amerie will do whatever it takes to repair her tarnished reputation, and all while navigating love, sex, heartbreak, and school life. If you ever were a fan of Degrassi, then you’ll be all about this eight-episode Australian teen angstfest.
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CAST: Eilyn and Ray Jimenez
DESCRIPTION: Over the course of eight episodes, Designing Miami will immerse you in the careers and personal lives of Eilyn and Ray Jimenez, married South Florida-based interior designers who lead competing businesses with different styles. While Eilyn designs her homes around a minimalist aesthetic, Ray is all about the maximalist look, both of which they get to tackle full force thanks to the resources their deep pocketed clients can provide. This Netflix Original reality series shows how despite juggling their respective clients, staffs, and families, the pair still makes time for one another in their relationship outside of work. It sure isn’t easy, but they still manage to pull it off in style.
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CAST: Aoi Yûki, Kenichiro Ohashi, Michiko Kaiden, Takako Honda, Hiroki Touchi, Wataru Takagi, Tomoyo Kurosawa
DESCRIPTION: Cyberpunk: Edgerunners is a visually stimulating and immersive 10-episode sci-fi action series that utilizes rich animation to tell the story of David Martinez (Ohashi), a kid from the streets who is doing his best to stay alive in futuristic technology and body modification-obsessed Night City. After experiencing a personal tragedy, David decides to take the major risk of becoming an edgerunner, a mercenary outlaw that is also known as a cyberpunk (fitting, considering the show comes from the company who created the popular Cyberpunk 2077 video game). When an edgerunner named Lucy (Yûki) takes David under her wing, he joins her group of underworld cyberpunks who pursue their own goals outside of Night City’s laws. If you want a feast for your eyes this month of streaming, be sure to queue up this stand-alone Netflix Original series.
Watch Cyberpunk: Edgerunners on Netflix
CAST: Thaneth Warakulnukroh, Papangkorn Lerkchaleampote, Pratya Patong, Songpon Kantawong, Chakkapat Srisat,
Thanawut Chetuku, Teeraphat Somkaew, Thanaphong Kanthawong, Thanapat Phungpumkaew, Apisit Yukam, Watcharaphol Poungsawan, Rataphumi Nakisatit, Arisara Wongchalee, Manatsanun Panlertwongsakul
DESCRIPTION: Thai Cave Rescue is a Netflix Original drama-thriller inspired by the real-life event that occurred in summer 2008, when of a Thai youth soccer team and their assistant coach were trapped within Tham Luang Cave, prompting a global rescue effort. Over the course of six emotional and incredibly acted episodes, this series depicts the 12 young players and their coach as they managed to fight for survival against all odds while trapped for two entire weeks in a flooded cave, and also memorializes the people who risked their lives to help them. Watch Thai Cave Rescue to be inspired by the resilience and generosity of the human spirit.
Stream Thai Cave Rescue on Netflix
CAST: Abigail Cowen, Hannah van der Westhuysen, Precious Mustapha, Eliot Salt, Elisha Applebaum, Danny Griffin, Sadie Soverall, Freddie Thorp, Eva Birthistle, Robert James-Collier, Eve Best, Miranda Richardson, Paulina Chavez
DESCRIPTION: One year after its six-episode first season debuted on Netflix, Fate: The Winx Saga is back for its sophomore season and ready to take things up a notch. The teen drama series is based on Nickelodeon’s animated fantasy-adventure series Winx Club, and shows some of the familiar original characters in a whole new light, as protagonist fire fairy Bloom Peters (Cowen) begins attending a magical boarding school in the Otherworld called Alfea. It is there that Bloom begins uncovering hidden secrets about her own past, as well as make the friends who will help her to stand up against the evil Burned Ones who have come to threaten their land and school. In Season 2, Bloom continues to work towards understanding and controlling her powers, all while she and her fellow students gear up to take on a new and even more perilous threat looming on the horizon.
Stream Fate: The Winx Saga on Netflix
CAST: Alexis Haines, Nick Norgo, Andrea Arlington, Gabrielle Hames, Audrina Patridge, Perez Hilton
DESCRIPTION: Does the Bling Ring sounds familiar to you? That may be because it was the subject matter and title of a 2013 satirical crime film about a group of fame-obsessed teens who used the internet to track celebrities’ comings and goings in order to burgle their homes. Well this Netflix Original docuseries is about to give an inside look at the real Bling Ring as you’ve never seen it before, as the real-life culprits have served their jail time and are now ready to tell the whole story behind their Hollywood Hills home invasions. Even though the crime spree occurred a little over a decade ago, The Real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist has never been more relevant, as it demonstrates the perils of a fame-and-celebrity-obsessed culture mixed with social media.
Stream The Real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist on Netflix
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