Top New Movies and TV Shows on Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in September

SEPT. 6

This popular drama about the rivalries of the mega-rich was in the midst of another great season last year when COVID-19 shut down production. The creative team was finally able to reunite to film the final five episodes, continuing a story in which venture capitalist Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) tried to buy respectability by founding his own bank, while ruthless American prosecutor Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) ) is using every quasi-legal method at his disposal to bring down Bobby. “Billions” fans have been waiting for over a year to see how the season ends; They should savor every juicy plot twist to come.

SEPT. sixteen

Youn Yuh-jung won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in writer-director Lee Isaac Chung’s semi-autobiographical dramatic comedy “Minari,” about a Korean immigrant named Jacob (Steven Yeun) and his wife Monica ( Yeri Han), who move to rural Arkansas to establish a produce farm. Youn plays Monica’s mother, who joins the family and urges them to preserve their cultural traditions while pursuing their American dream. Chung surrounds his tracks in vivid detail, placing this family’s humor, anxiety and hope in the context of the sometimes welcoming and sometimes alienating southern state in which they are trying to make a home.

SEPT. 26

The production team of Randy Huggins and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (best known for the “Power” franchise) turns to the true crime genre for their latest series, which begins in Detroit in the late 1980s. Demetrius “Lil Meech “Flenory Jr. plays his own father,” Big Meech, “who along with his brother Terry” Southwest T “Flenory (Da’Vinchi) went from low-level drug dealing to becoming national gang bosses and fashion players. -shop industry. As with the other Huggins and Jackson shows, expect “Black Mafia Family” to be upfront about what it takes to get ahead in the criminal underworld and about the price charged for those who succeed.

Also arriving: “The Zhu Zhus” Season 1 (September 1), “Code 404” Season 2 (September 2), “Les Miserables” Season 1 (September 2), “AP Bio” Season 4 (September 3). September), “Jamie’s American Road Trip” Season 1 (September 3), “Scaredy Squirrel” Season 1 (September 3), “Dead Pixels” Season 2 (September 7), “Where the Wild Season 1 Men Are ”(September 8)),” Wu-Tang: An American Saga “season 2 (September 9),” Spliced ​​”season 1 (September 10),” Love, Inevitably “(September 10), “The Remarkable Mr. King” season 1 (September 10), “The Departed” (September 12), “Liar” season 2 (September 15), “Storks” (September 15), season 1 of “The Fear” (September 16), “Streamline” (September 16), “They Call Me Dr. Miami” (September 19), “Pacific Rim” (September 21), Season 4 of “New Amsterdam” (September 22), Season 2 of “Home Economics” (September 23), “Trigonometry” Te Season 1 (September 23), “The Town” (September 26), “Supernova” (September 28), “Silk Road” (September 30).

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