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Best TV Series Coming to Netflix in September 2022 – MovieWeb

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From Cobra Kai Season 5 to Devil in Ohio, here are the best TV series coming to Netflix in September 2022.
Netflix is making preparations for a busy September 2022. With everything from the anxiously anticipated season 5 of Cobra Kai, premiering September 9, to the new mystery crime series Devil in Ohio, premiering September 2, the well-known streaming site is kicking off the month in style. The highly hoped-for season 2 of Fate: The Winx Saga will begin airing on September 16, bringing some much-needed magic into being. For those who like a little more reality and flair in their television shows, September 21 sees the release of Iron Chef: Mexico, a new international installment of the popular Iron Chef, which just aired its own reboot in June 2022 called Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend.
The fifth and last season of The CW's Dynasty, which was interrupted during the pandemic, has been highly anticipated by fans of the soap opera drama. According to Deadline, Dynasty was "the victim of disappointing ratings" and only stayed afloat because "its previous renewals had been motivated by the money the series generates for CBS Studios through the show’s Netflix deal." The final season of the program was approved back in May 2022 by both CBS Studios and Netflix, ensuring that viewers would get to watch at least one more season in September. Netflix will premiere season 5 of Dynasty on September 24, rounding off the month with a bang. Let's examine in more detail the top TV shows that will be available on Netflix in September 2022.
Devil in Ohio is a horror mystery that tells the story of a psychiatrist named Dr. Suzanne Mathis (Emily Deschanel) who takes in a cult escapee. Her world is thrown upside down since the girl's presence threatens to split her own family apart. The miniseries is based on the book Devil in Ohio written by Daria Polatin, which is inspired by a true story. Devil in Ohio will consist of eight episodes that showcase a terrifying story of turmoil and intrigue in the heartland of a small town.
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Cobra Kai tells the story of the continued rivalry between Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso from Karate Kid. After the events of the All Valley Karate Tournament in 1984, Johnny, who is now destitute, seeks atonement by resurrecting the notorious Cobra Kai Academy, rekindling his rivalry with the now-prosperous Daniel. Nobody could have imagined that a Karate Kid spinoff with an emphasis on Johnny would end up being one of the most well-liked and enduring shows in recent memory. Cobra Kai, which revived the ostensibly-dead Karate Kid series, had its YouTube Red debut in 2018 before moving to Netflix for the third season. Cobra Kai is a series that combines action and drama. It gets better every year, and the upcoming fifth season is set to be the most intense and epic one yet, featuring the return of Mike Barnes (Sean Kanan) from The Karate Kid Part III.
Fate: The Winx Saga aired for the first time on Netflix on January 22, 2021. The animated television series Winx Club served as the show's primary inspiration. The fairies in Fate: The Winx Saga attend the magical academy Alfea to learn how to harness their special abilities. In season 1, a fire fairy named Bloom (Abigail Cowen), who was brought up by humans, embarks on an adventure, along with her new friends, to learn more about her real heritage. Fate: The Winx Saga season 2 will hopefully answer some questions left by the major loose ends that will need to be tied up eventually.
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Iron Chef: Mexico, according to Rotten Tomatoes, will premiere its first season in late September. The new spinoff from the Iron Chef series will pit up-and-coming chefs against three of Mexico's very own Iron Chefs in this cooking contest. One promising chef will win the mythic katana and become the Legendary Chef. Very little information is known about whom the Iron Chefs will be or who will even be hosting it. The incredible chef, Alton Brown, is well known for hosting past Iron Chef competitions including Iron Chef: America and Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, but it does not look like he will be appearing in this new incarnation. Only time will tell what Iron Chef: Mexico really has in store for the reality cooking show fans.
Dynasty is a primetime soap opera that chronicles the conflict between the Carringtons and the Colbys, two of America's richest families, over their wealth and descendants. You can currently binge-watch the first four seasons, consisting of 86 episodes, on Netflix. The revival of the 1980s soap opera made its initial appearance on our televisions back in October 2017, and it will soon enter its fifth season. In February 2021, Dynasty received a renewal for a fifth season, which will have 22 episodes. The bad news is that the show won't be coming back for a sixth season, despite the fact that it is doing well on Netflix. Newsweek reported that Dynasty along with several other CW shows are coming to an end soon. The announcement of Dynasty’s cancellation was not anticipated, but at least fans will have one more season to watch before the show’s end.
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