The final weekend of September is upon us, fall is in the air, and it’s a great weekend to check out some fantastic Netflix shows. This week saw great series releases like Dahmer and the new season of Fate: The Winx Saga.
Cobra Kai, El Rey Vincente Fernadez, In the Dark, and The Crown are still holding firm on the Netflix Top 10 TV shows list. Other titles in this list include Devil in Ohio, Love is Blind, and Sins of Our Mother.
Don’t miss out on all the spooky season fun with the Netflix and Chills list for 2022. This season, many great titles are released, including Phantom Pups, Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, The Midnight Club, Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, The Good Nurse, and many more. And don’t forget about The Munsters reboot series that releases on September 27.
Best new Netflix shows September 24, 2022
Check out the best Netflix shows to watch this weekend!
Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
The newest biographical crime drama, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, is another series focusing on the life of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. Told from the POV of the victims, this series delves into the pleas of Dahmer’s neighbor Glenda Cleveland (Niecy Nash) for law enforcement to take action against Dahmer and the killings she knew were happening.
Evan Peters plays Dahmer in this newest crime drama series, and this one isn’t for the faint of heart. Dahmer was a serial killer and sex offender who murdered and dismembered 17 men and boys between 1978-1991. The series consists of 10 episodes and chronicles the murderers and the systemic racism by law enforcement that the community and Cleveland endured.
The series also stars Molly Ringwald, Michael Learned, Richard Jenkins, Penelope Ann Miller, and Dyllón Burnside.
Fate: The Winx Saga season 2
The second season of the Netflix original Fate: The Winx Saga has been released. This series is a teen drama based on Nickelodeon’s animated series Winx Club. The original was geared toward a younger audience, but this series is a darker story for an older audience.
The series follows Bloom (Abigail Cowen), who, discovering she is a fairy with fire powers, enrolls in a magical boarding school in the Otherworld called Alfea. She befriends several other fairies who help her learn about her past. They must battle the ancient creatures known as the Burned Ones, who return to the Otherworld and threaten everyone there.
The Real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist
True crime fans are sure to enjoy The Real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist. This three-part docuseries focuses on the group known as The Bling Ring, who broke into the homes of several celebrities in 2008 and 2009.
The group was comprised of teens and adults who targeted celebrity residents in Hollywood and Calabasas. During the dozens of break-ins, the group made off with over $3 million in cash and personal items. Homes hits by the group included Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan, Audrina Patridge, Brian Austin Green, and Megan Fox, to name only a few victims.
Schitt’s Creek seasons 1-6
The highly entertaining sitcom Schitt’s Creek will be leaving Netflix on Oct. 2. So, you’d better get that last viewing in now. Created by the real-life father and son duo of Eugene and Dan Levy, the series see the pair portray father and son on screen. Catherine O’Hara and Annie Murphy join them to create the Rose family.
The series follows the once wealthy family who loses everything due to fraud by their business manager. Their one remaining asset, a small Canadian town called Schitt’s Creek, purchased as a joke many years prior, is the only place they have to call home. They have to drastically alter their lives as their snobbish attitudes conflict with the locals.
Dynasty season 5
The original was set in Denver, CO, but this series is set in Atlanta, GA, and pits the Carringtons and the Colbys, two of America’s wealthiest families, in a feud as they fight for control of their fortunes and families. Dynasty ells of all the glitz and glamour of the elite while exposing the corruption that wealth often brings.
What Netflix shows are you excited to see this weekend? Share your picks in the comments!