What’s New on Netflix & Top 10s: September 15, 2022

What’s New on Netflix & Top 10s: September 15, 2022

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Danger Force – Photo: Nickelodeon

As we near the end of the week, here’s the final roundup of everything new on Netflix for September 15th. As we missed yesterday, we have September 14th additions to discuss. Here are the 13 new releases on Netflix US and what’s currently trending in the Netflix top 10s.

Tomorrow on Netflix the first episode of The Great British Baking Showlike take revenge, bad words, and This is the end.

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In terms of moving house, today is your last day to watch the Netflix Original Series Ad Vitam. During the weekend, Horrible Henry’s gross day out (2020) is leaving Netflix US, just like Skylines (2020) and Diamond City (2019).


Best new movies and shows on Netflix for September 15

Sins of our mother (Limited Series)

Genre: Documentary
Director: Skye Borgman
Duration: 50 minutes

The esteemed documentary filmmaker Skye Borgman is back with a new docuseries that will leave you entranced throughout its three episodes.

Here’s what you can expect from the new docuseries:

“When Lori Vallow’s children disappeared, the search for them uncovered a trail of suspicious deaths, a new husband who shared her doomsday scenarios — and murder.”

Other Borgman Netflix projects now available on Netflix include Girl in the picture, I just killed my father and Kidnapped in plain sight.


Danger Power (Season 1ish)

Genre: Action, Comedy, Family
Form: Cooper Barnes, Michael D. Cohen, Havan Flores
Author: Christopher J. Nowak, Dan Schneider, Dana Olsen
Duration: 30 minutes

As with most Nickelodeon additions to Netflix US, we only have a handful of the general episodes for this live-action kids series, Danger Power.

Only 16 episodes landed on Netflix, which in total is just a fraction of 51 available.

The series is a spin-off from Henry Danger and will see Cooper Barnes and Michael D. Cohen return to their roles. The series centers on Captain Man and Schwoz recruiting four new superheroes in training, Chapa, Miles, Mika and Bose, to attend the Swellview Academy for the Gifted.


The disappearance of Lørenskog (Limited Series)

Genre: Crime, Drama
Form: Yngvild Støen Grotmol, Henrik Rafaelsen, Christian Rubeck, Victoria Ose, Kidane Gjølme Dalva, Terje Strømdahl
Duration: 52 minutes

Some of the best hidden foreign titles streaming on Netflix are often the crime thrillers. That continues to be the case with the addition of this new crime noir series that originated in Norway.

Here’s what to expect:

“When a billionaire’s wife disappears, Norwegian police must tackle the frenzied press and deceitful informants to uncover the truth. Based on real events.”


Full list of new releases on Netflix (September 14-15)

Visit our new on Netflix hub for an expanded version of this list.

3 new movies added

  • Broad Peak (2022) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Polish – After climbing Broad Peak mountain, Maciej Berbeka discovers that his journey to the summit is incomplete. 25 years later, he wants to finish what he started.
  • Liss Pereira: Adulting (2022) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Spanish – Comedian Liss Pereira gets real about relationships, maturity and being somewhere in between – not perfect, but not that bad – in a world of extremes.
  • The Catholic School (2021) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Italian – In 1975, three students at an all-male Catholic high school in Rome commit a crime that shocks their classmates and the community. Based on real events.

10 new TV series added

  • Danger Force (Season 1ish) – TV-Y7 – Dutch – Captain Man has a new squad of sidekicks: Danger Force! The smart kids train their powers and learn life lessons at Swellview Academy for the Gifted.
  • Dogs in Space (Season 2) Netflix Original – TV-Y7 – Dutch – Fetch — a new planet for all of us! With Earth in peril, desperate scientists are sending genetically enhanced dogs into space to find a new world to call their home.
  • El Rey, Vicente Fernandez (Season 1) – TV-MA – Spanish – From his humble upbringing to stardom, the whirlwind of a life and career of Mexican music icon Vicente Fernández is told over several decades.
  • Heartbreak High (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-MA – English – An incendiary mural reveals everyone’s secret deals at Hartley High. The author, Amerie, has to grapple with the messy consequences as a total outcast.
  • Intervention (Season 21) – TV-14 – English – People with severe addictions engage in raw, emotional conversations with their friends and family, asking them to face the truth and accept help.
  • Robocar Poli (Season 3-4) – TV-Y – Korean – When disaster strikes in Brooms Town, Police Car Robocar Poli, Fire Truck Robotruck Roy and their rescue team friends race to save the day.
  • Sins of Our Mother (Limited Series) Netflix Original – TV-14 – English
  • Term (Season 1) Netflix Original – TV-14 – Turkish – Legendary manager Fatih Terim talks about his football journey, from his playing days to coaching and leading several teams to championship glory.
  • The Least Expected Day: Inside the Movistar Team 2019 (Season 3) – TV-MA – Spanish – Pro Cycling’s Movistar Team sets its sights on victory as they go along as they face challenges, controversy and internal conflict.
  • The Lorenskog Disappearance (Limited Series) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Norwegian

Top 10 Movies, Shows and Kids Titles on Netflix for September 15, 2022

# TV shows Movies Children
1 Cobra Kai End of the road Despicable Me 2
2 the imperfections morbius Despicable Me
3 Devil in Ohio Despicable Me 2 CoComelon
4 The crown No limit Sing 2
5 Narco Saints Despicable Me Junior Baking Show
6 In the dark Friday The spy next door
7 Cyberpunk: Edge Runners Sing 2 Gecko’s Garage
8 Dated and related Next Friday Yours, mine and ours
9 Diary of a gigolo Time for myself iCarly
10 I survived a crime The Anthrax Attacks: In the Shadow of 9/11 blippic

What are you watching on Netflix today? Let us know in the comments below.

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