Netflix: Series premieres from September 27 to October 3 – Series News

‘The assistant’, ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Un Paso Adelante’ are some of the novelties that are incorporated into the platform’s catalog.

Netflix says goodbye to the month of September, and welcomes October, as you know best; with the premiere of new original series. From ‘thrillers’ like The Hartung case; stories based on real events like the one told by La asistenta; dramas like Luna Park; the anime Buki Hanma, even one for the smallest of the house, Scary kittens.

In addition, over the next few days, the streaming giant will also add well-known titles such as Seinfeld and Un Paso Adelante to its extensive catalog.

Then you can check all the series that premiere on Netflix from September 27 to October 3.


The Hartung case

The Hartung case is the title of the new Danish ‘thriller’ that Netflix premieres this week. The fiction created by Soren Sveistrup, follows Naia Thulin and Mark Hess, two detectives who investigate against the clock two very similar murders, committed in the city of Copenhagen. Their modus operandi leads them to connect them with the disappearance of a young woman a year ago. But a piece of the puzzle fails them. The supposed murderer of that girl, whose body never appeared, is in jail.

Premiere: September 29th

Luna Park

The Italian drama Luna Park is another novelty that lands on the platform over the next few days. The plot takes place in the Rome of the 60s, during the famous Dolce Vita. After the death of her mother, and after all her childhood traveling around the world as a family, Nina begins to live in the Italian city. There, his father starts an amusement park, where he will meet Rosa, a woman from another generation with whom he will connect from the first moment.

Premiere: September 30th

The assistant

Billy Burke, Andie MacDowell and Margaret Qualley are the protagonists of The Assistant, one of the new series that you will find in the Netflix catalog next week. Inspired by the novel Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive, by Stephanie Land, the fiction tells the story of a single mother who decides to start working as a housekeeper. His wish is to be able to put an end to those social differences that exist between domestic workers and middle-class workers in the United States.

Premiere: October 1st

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‘Colonia Dignidad: A German sect in Chile’

Colonia Dignidad: A German sect in Chile It is the title of the new docuseries that Netflix premieres. In each episode, a sect made up of German Christians, led by a former member of Hitler’s youth, is shown arriving in Chile. They would soon become an indispensable ally of the Pinochet dictatorship.

Premiere: October 1st

my medical cats

For the little ones, this week Scary Cats opens. The plot follows 12-year-old Willa Ward, who receives a magical gift for her birthday. Together with her friends, she enters a fantasy world where she can communicate with animals.

Premiere: October 1st

‘Baki Hanma’

Netflix continues with its interest in anime and this week premieres Baki Hanma. The plot follows Baki, a young martial arts fighter who discovers that he still has a lot to learn when he faces his father in combat. That’s when he decides to go on a journey to meet the country’s greatest wrestling experts face to face and thus become the best.

Premiere: October 1st

  • Meat Eater: Hunt and Cook (Season 11)

Premiere: September 29th

  • Love 101 (Season 2)

Premiere: September 30th

  • Scissor Seven (Tercera temporada)

Premiere: October 3

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This week, Netflix incorporates the mythical North American fiction of the 90s, Seinfeld, into its catalog. Created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld -who is also one of the protagonists-, the series narrates the adventures of a group of four friends in New York. All this in a humorous way.

Premiere: October 1st

A step forward

Another successful series that hits the platform this week is the Spanish Un Paso Adelante. Starring Beatriz Luengo, Mónica Cruz, Miguel Ángel Muñoz and Pablo Puyol, the fiction narrates the experiences of a group of young people who study at the prestigious School of Performing Arts, where they must demonstrate every day their acting skills in different facets, including dance .

Premiere: October 1st

Premiere: October 1st

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