Thought you've exhausted the contents of Netflix's library, no? Well, sorry, but we've got a string of new shows for you to binge-watch this September. The month's roundup caters to a variety of genres—from teen musicals to Korean dramas to psychological horror. Check out the shows we absolutely can't wait to watch on Netflix Philippines in September!
1. Away (September 4)
This sci-fi drama stars two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank as astronaut Emma Green who goes on a three-year mission to Mars, leaving behind her husband and teenaged daughter. The series is also created by Jason Katims, the producer of Friday Night Lights.
Park Bo Gum plays Sa Hye Jun, a model whose biggest ambition is to become an actor. He comes from a simple family and encounters various challenges that keep him from realizing his dream. The drama also co-stars Park So Dam and Byeon Woo Seok.
3. Julie And The Phantoms (September 10)
Julie (Madison Reyes) lost her love for music ever since her mom died. But her passion for it ~reawakens~ after The Phantoms, "a trio of ghostly guys," emerges into her life. The teen show is also from High School Musical's director and choreographer, Kenny Ortega.
4. The Duchess (September 11)
The Duchess chronicles the misadventures of a fabulous single mom, played by comedienne Katherine Ryan, living in London. Her world shakes up when she decides to have a child with her ex, aka her teen daughter's dad.
5. Ratched (September 18)
Based on the novel One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest comes this psychological horror series starring Sarah Paulson as Nurse Ratched. Set in the year 1947, Nurse Ratched finds work at a mental institution, but beneath her cool exterior lies monstrous secrets that she keeps about herself.
6. The School Nurse Files (September 25)
Jung Yu Mi plays school nurse Eun Young who has this secret ~supernatural~ gift to see monsters, aka "Jellies," that are invisible to everyone else. Co-starring in The School Nurse Files is Nam Joo Hyuk who plays a Classical Chinese teacher.
7. Private Lives (Coming Soon)
A group of con artists tries to uncover a huge secret about Korea's data privacy. The thrilling drama stars Go Kyung Pyo as Lee Jung Hwang, a seemingly normal employee at a major corporation who actually has secrets of his own.
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