Do Not Miss Them!: These Are The 12 Most Anticipated Television Premieres for September

The final season of "Sex Education" is just one of the most anticipated premieres on streaming and television platforms for September .

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The arrival of the fourth and final season of "Sex Education" on Netflix will mark the series calendar in a September full of premieres such as the new "The Walking Dead" (AMC+) or the police fiction "Burning Body" (Netflix ), which will return the Spanish Úrsula Corberó to the screen after her participation in "La casa de papel".

These are the most anticipated television premieres of September.

"Burning Body", the return of Úrsula Corberó

The long-awaited return of Úrsula Corberó after "La casa de papel", concluded in 2021, will come true on Netflix on the 8th and together with Quim Gutiérrez. They play Rosa and Albert, a couple of police officers who will investigate a crime based on the real event in a Barcelona swamp in 2017, in which the appearance of a charred man revealed a police network of sexual scandals.

Dixon, protagonist of the new series of the universe of "The Walking Dead"

The character of Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) is the protagonist of the new series from the universe of the popular "The Walking Dead" on AMC. After being shipwrecked on the French coast, Dixon will try to understand how he got there and will start his way back home.

"Sex Education" puts an end to it with a change of institute

The fourth and final season of one of the most successful series on Netflix presents the transfer of its protagonists to the Cavendish Sixth Form Institute after the closure of Moordale, its old center. There, Otis (Asa Butterfield) must recreate his clandestine sex clinic.

"The Continental", a new plot in the universe of John Wick

A new story will serve as a prequel to the hit saga of the hitman "John Wick" and will show on Prime Video the origins, in 1970s New York, of the hotel that gives its name to the series.

"The widows of Thursdays": Book, movie and now series

After the publication of the original novel from 2005, by Argentinean Claudia Piñeiro, and the 2009 film, this Mexican-produced series revives on Netflix the story of the peaceful community of Las Cascadas, where a plot of crimes and infidelities begins to be discovered. after Teresa (Irene Azuela) finds her husband (Omar Chaparro) and her two best friends dead.

"Wolf", a British invoice thriller

HBO MAX bets on the British thriller "Wolf", the story of a wealthy family that falls victim to the macabre games of a terrible psychopath. Trapped and terrified in their own home, they pray that someone will come to their rescue.

"Gen V": New superheroes from the universe "The Boys"

Following the success of the young superhero series "The Boys," "Generation V" will feature on Prime Video a new cast of superpowered 20-somethings entering America's only college for superheroes.

Love and fake art

Cata (Ximena Romo), a Mexican art specialist living in Madrid who subsists as a waitress, and Yago (Maxi Iglesias), an antiques dealer in need, leave precariousness to, as a result of their romance, become a couple of seductive dealers who they try to sell counterfeit works of art in a Prime Video fiction written by María Dueñas.

"Six nine": Netflix's Thai bet

In October, "Six Nine" (6ixtynin9: The Series) is released, by Thai director Pen-Ek Ratanaruang, which takes up the plot of his 1999 film of the same name. On Netflix, it narrates the plot of persecution and bloody events that the protagonist (Davika Hoorne ) will face after finding a mysterious package.

"The Changeling", the darker side of New York

The darkest and most terrifying New York is the setting for the eight chapters of this Apple TV+ fiction based on the novel of the same name by Víctor LaValle. Apollo Kagwa (Oscar LaKeith) discovers strange behavior in his family after the disappearance of his father and the birth of his son.

Comedy and suspense in "The other black girl"

The new Disney+ premiere adapts the eponymous novel by Ziakiya Dalila Harris in which Nella (Sinclair Daniel), an editorial assistant, is fed up with being the only black girl at the company when Hazel (Ashleigh Murray) is hired, with whom she strikes up a funny friendship.

Cyberattack on "The Morning Show"

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon return to the charge as protagonists of the third season of this Apple TV + series that simulates the making of a live morning television show. The television channel in which it is broadcast will enter a crisis after a cyberattack against which they will need the support of millionaire Paul Marks (Jon Hamm).

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