11 Upcoming Movies, Shows & Documentaries To Watch On Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV + And More This Week


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9. Midnight Mass (September 24)

From the creator of The Haunting of Hill House, Mike Flanigan, is a gruesome new story set in the isolated community of Crockett Island. When Father Paul, a new charismatic priest, arrives at the local church, people begin to experience miraculous phenomena and terrifying portents. These developments spark a fervent religious movement among the locals, but the truth behind these incidents can lead to the loss of anyone.

Streaming on Netflix

ten. Starling (September 24)

Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd star in this dramatic comedy that emphasizes the importance of healing and grief. When Lilly and Jack lose their baby before it is born, the baby goes to a mental health facility to recuperate. Lilly, however, goes about her daily life and develops a comedic rivalry with a starling nesting in her garden. As she argues with the bird on a daily basis, she meets Larry, a psychologist turned veterinarian, who helps him draw parallels between her and the starling, allowing her to deal with her grief.

Streaming on Netflix

11. Kota factory season 2 (September 24)

Created by The Viral Fever, India’s first monochrome web series is finally back for a second release. The show portrays the stressful and hectic life of students who move to Kota (Rajasthan) to prepare for various entrance exams. The plot explores the trying world of training centers and leaderboards through the eyes of Vaibhav Pandey (Mayur More), a 16-year-old IIT aspirant who struggles to stay in the rat race. The new season will follow his journey to a new institute, leaving behind his friends and love, as well as his favorite teacher, Jeetu Bhaiya (Jitendra Kumar).

Streaming on Netflix

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