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Billie Eilish makes her Disney+ debut with "Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles," which is described as "a cinematic concert experience." It's just one piece of the new content streaming in September.

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Updated 0015 GMT (0815 HKT) September 1, 2021

Billie Eilish makes her Disney+ debut with "Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles," which is described as "a cinematic concert experience." It's just one piece of the new content streaming in September.

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A look at some of the series and films streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Hulu and more in September.

"Finding Alice": Alice's partner Harry dies after falling down the stairs when they move into their newly-finished smart house. Her beloved partner of 20 years is no more, and now she can't find the fridge. If only that was her only problem. (Acorn TV)

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"Afterlife of the Party": A teen who loves to party dies in a freak accident and can't earn her wings until she rights some wrongs. (Netflix)

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"Cinderella": Singer Camilla Cabello stars in this new take on the classic fairytale that boasts an all-star cast, including Idina Menzel, Minnie Driver, James Corden, Nicholas Galitzine, Billy Porter and Pierce Brosnan. (Amazon Prime)

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"La La Land": Emma Stone and Ryan Goslingstar in this musical about an aspiring actress and jazz pianist who cross paths while pursuing their dreams. (Hulu)

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"Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali": This documentary examines the relationship between Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, a bond that eventually cracked under the weight of distrust and shifting ideals. (Netflix)


"The D'Amelio Show": Charli D'Amelio and Heidi D'Amelio appear in this reality series about a pair of sisters who are major social media influencers and their family. (Hulu)

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"Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.": The one-time ABC series about a 16-year-old doctor prodigy receives a Disney+ reboot, this time set in Hawaii with Peyton Elizabeth Lee. (Disney+)

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"Attack of the Hollywood Clichés!": Rob Lowe hosts a Netflix special about the various tropes that Hollywood filmmakers "can't help but use time and time again," some controversial, others silly, like characters walking away from an explosion. Premieres Sept. 28. (Netflix)

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"Do, Re & Mi": Created by Michael Scharf and Jackie Tohn, this animated musical adventure follows three birds who live in a world filled with music. You'll recognize some famous voices including Kristen Bell. The series begins streaming on September 17. (Hulu)


"Do The Right Thing": Director Spike Lee's signature 1989 movie about the combustible mix of policing, race relations and a hot summer in Brooklyn. (Amazon Prime)


"A Fish Called Wanda": The risqué 1988 comedy about a diamond heist and its aftermath starring Monty Python alums John Cleese and Michael Palin, as well as Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Kline, lands on (Hulu).


"Dear White People: Volume 4":
Reunited amid a pandemic, future Sam and Lionel look back on their epic final year together at Winchester — which plays out as a '90s musical. (Netflix)

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"Election": Reese Witherspoon plays Tracy Flick, a type-A, straight-A over-achiever who is determined to become class president in this late '90s dark comedy. (Hulu)

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"Everybody's Talking About Jamie":
This film adaptation of the much-loved musical finally arrives, telling the story of a Sheffield teenager who dreams of being a drag performer but meets resistance from the usual suspects who try to dull fabulous people's shine. (Amazon Prime)

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"Tomorrowland": This Disney classic from 2015 about a young girl who gets transported to a futuristic world stars George Clooney and Britt Robertson is available again for the whole family. (Disney+)

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"Exterminator 2": This classic action thriller from 1984 stars Robert Ginty, and Mario Van Peebles. It's definitely one to re-watch during the long holiday weekend beginning September 1. (Hulu)

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"Goliath" Season 4: The legal drama starring Billy Bob Thornton begins its fourth and final season Sept. 21 on Amazon, as Thornton's character takes a job at a big law firm in San Francisco. (Amazon Prime)

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"He-Man and the Masters of the Universe": In this remake of the original animated series, Eternia's Prince Adam discovers the power of Grayskull, then transforms into He-Man, Master of the Universe.


"I Know What You Did Last Summer": The teen horror classic starring Jennifer Love Hewitt as a teen who after one very bad night starts getting hunted down by a murderer comes to streaming. The sequel is also streaming this month. (Amazon Prime)


"Kate": Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Woody Harrelson star in this thriller, in which an assassin working in Tokyo has about 15 hours to find out who poisoned her. (Netflix)

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"Lucifer: The Final Season":
Starring Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar, AKA the Devil, who goes to live in Los Angeles and run a nightclub. Also stars Lauren German as Detective Chloe Decker who Lucifer helps, and Kevin Alejandro as Detective Daniel "Dan" Espinoza. (Netflix)

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"Lula Rich": This four-part docuseries breaks down the alleged pyramid scheme behind clothing company LuLaRoe and their leggings. Added bonus -- it's from "Fyre Fraud" documentarians Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason.
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"Mad Women's Ball": This French thriller directed by Melanie Laurent is about a woman who escapes from a asylum in Paris with the help of a nurse. It begins streaming September 17. (Amazon Prime)

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"My Little Pony: A New Generation" - A computer-animated pony tale about ponies with tails. (Amazon Prime)

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"Money Heist Part 5: Volume 1": This Spanish drama is back for its fifth and final season. The popular series will be released in two parts, with the first dropping on September 3, picking up where last season left off at the Bank of Spain. (Netflix)

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"Pretty Hard Cases": A pair of detectives (Meredith MacNeill, Adrienne C. Moore) grapple with crime by day and their personal issues after hours in this Canadian series premiering Sept. 10. (IMDB TV.)

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"Pirates Of The Caribbean - On Stranger Tides": Johnny Depp's Capt. Jack Sparrow encounters beautiful pirate Angelica, played by Penélope Cruz, and she forces him on a mission to find the Fountain of Youth. But they're not the only ones looking. (Disney+)


"Riders of Justice": This Danish action comedy from 2020 tells the story of a man and his niece who are looking to buy a red bicycle. It then spirals into an unpredictable story with a series of events that is sure to leave you on the edge of your couch. It begins streaming on September 16. (Hulu)

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"Edward Scissorhands": Johnny Depp plays a man with scissor hands (per the title) who lives in isolation until a well-meaning house wife brings him to town to sharpen his people skills in this film from Tim Burton that's a cut above the rest. (Hulu)

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"Sex Education Season 3": (Netflix)


"The Starling" (L-R): MELISSA MCCARTHY as LILLY, CHRIS O'DOWD as JACK. (Netflix)

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"Star Wars: Visions" (Disney +)


"Trolls: TrollsTopia": (Hulu)


"Worth": Michael Keaton as Kenneth Feinberg and Stanley Tucci as Charles Wolf in this film based on actual events in which an attorney must determine how to compensate the families who lost loved one during the September 11th attacks in 2001. (Netfix)

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"Wu-Tang: An American Saga" Season 2: (Hulu)

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