Like every month, Netflix It has already announced its catalog of new series, films and documentaries that will arrive on the platform this August. From new seasons to brand new titles, get the couch and some popcorn ready for all the Netflix releases coming this August 2021.
Netflix Releases – August 2021
Premiere series Netflix – August 2021
’44 cats’ T3 (1/8)
The singing felines Lampo, Milady, Pilou and Albóndiga are a real pineapple and share a myriad of miautastic adventures.
‘Better Call Saul’ T5 (7/8)
This Emmy-nominated prequel to “Breaking Bad” chronicles the life of shyster Jimmy McGill and his transformation into Saul Goodman, the lax attorney. This fifth season will mark the end of the series, in which we will discover which characters will continue and which, unfortunately, will not.
‘Good Girls’ S4 (31/8)
Three ordinary mothers plan to rob the supermarket of their entire lives to end their money problems and become independent once and for all. Unfortunately, this will be the last season of the series, as it has already been announced that will be canceled after its fourth season.
In this suspense series, eight different points of view provide interesting clues about the person responsible for a horrific murder fueled by social media.
‘Comedy Premium League’ (20/8)
Four teams, made up of 16 of the best comedians, face off in battles of wit and wit to be crowned absolute champions of comedy.
‘Control Z’ T2 (4/8)
Sofía, an unsocial but observant girl, tries to find out who the hacker is who is spreading the students’ secrets throughout the school.
‘From scrapping to glory’ S3 (4/8)
Gotham Garage expands the business with a new workshop, which is a challenge for the team. But, with a little effort and ingenuity, they will go far.
‘Edens Zero’ (26/8)
Shiki is the only human in a planetary theme park inhabited by robots. But everything changes when Rebecca, along with her cat Happy, lands on their ship.
‘The kingdom’ (8/13)
During the closing of an electoral campaign, a candidate is assassinated and now his running mate has the possibility of becoming president.
‘In the kitchen with Paris Hilton’ (4/8)
The well-known Paris Hilton ventures into Netflix with a new show, this time cooking. In each episode, it will feature a celebrity friend of the star.
‘Pastry Squad’ (11/8)
Expert pastry chefs take their sweet creations to another level with amazing ideas and epic executions. The battle to win over customers begins now!
‘School for young ladies Al Rawabi’ (12/8)
At the prestigious Al Rawabi Girls’ School, outcast female students who are bullied plot a series of risky attacks to exact revenge on their torturers.
‘Fast & Furious: Spies at full throttle’ T5 (13/8)
A government agency hires teenage driver Tony Toretto and his audacious friends to infiltrate a clandestine race track.
‘Hit & Run’ (6/8)
A man trying to discover the truth about his wife’s death finds himself involved in a dangerous web of secrets and intrigue that runs from New York to Tel Aviv.
‘The director’ (8/20)
Sandra Oh and Jay Duplass star in this comedy-drama series that focuses on the chairmanship of an English department at a major university.
‘Badminton Boys’ S1 (9/8)
A city boy moves to the country with his father, the new coach of a diverse high school badminton team on the brink of disappearance.
‘The vanquished’ (18/8)
Berlin, 1946. An American policeman searches for his missing brother while helping a German police officer fight the violent crimes that overwhelm the city.
Monster Hunter: Guild Legends (12/8)
In a world where humans and fearsome monsters live in a tense balance, the young hunter Aiden fights to save his village from the attack of a dragon.
‘New cherry flavor’ (8/13)
A budding filmmaker in the sunny but seedy world of Los Angeles in 1990 embarks on a bewildering journey of supernatural revenge.
‘Forever and ever’ (8/13)
Ten years ago he lost two loved ones. Now his fiancée disappears and he must unearth secrets so as not to lose everything. Adaptation of a novel by Harlan Coben.
‘Family Reunion’ Part 4 (8/26)
When the McKellan family moves from Seattle to Georgia, life in the South and some very traditional grandparents put their big city lifestyle to the test.
‘Shaman King’ (9/8)
This anime stars Yoh Asakura, a medium who can communicate with spirits due to his family lineage, which gives him the title of shaman. In the anime, we will follow Yoh’s journey as he prepares for the great Tokyo Shaman Tournament.
‘Everything is going to be fine’ (8/20)
A separated couple lives under the same roof for the sake of their daughter. Satirical tragicomedy about what it means to be good parents and spouses today.
‘Valeria’ T2 (13/8)
A writer, mired in a creative block and a relationship crisis, finds support in her three best friends. Based on the novels by Elísabet Benavent.
‘Be happy with Marie Kondo!’ (8/31)
Marie Kondo returns with a new series and, this time, she rearranges an entire city.
Netflix Premiere Movies – August 2021
‘Someone like him’ (8/27)
An influencer specializing in makeovers is betting she can transform an unpopular partner into King of the Dance in this remake of the teen classic “She’s All That.”
An American tourist on the run after a tragic accident in Greece plunges him into a political conspiracy that makes him the target of murder.
With aging but strong Rocky Balboa as coach, young Adonis Creed, son of Apollo Creed, puts everything on the line for a shot at the title.
‘Trade diaries’ (8/18)
To get out of the routine, two good friends go on an enriching adventure in another country as exchange students. Can they do it without getting into trouble?
‘At the best moment’ (18/8)
Tired of going through the dating scene with her friends, a charming girl with a rare genetic disorder sets out to make the most handsome boy of all fall in love.
‘Ijé the Journey’ (3/8)
“Ijé” tells the story of Chioma, a girl growing up in the Nigerian countryside, who warns her restless sister Anya about the pitfalls of the American dream. Ten years later, Anya is accused of killing three men in a Hollywood Hills mansion, including her husband, a music producer.
‘The black island’ (18/8)
The dark secrets of a seemingly peaceful island threaten to devour a student when he gets too close to his mysterious new teacher.
‘The Loud House: The Movie’ (8/20)
With his parents and 10 sisters in tow, Lincoln Loud heads to Scotland and discovers that royalty runs in the family on this global musical journey.
‘My first kiss 3’ (11/8)
Determined to make the most of her final summer before leaving for college, Elle plans her bucket list as she works out where to go with Noah and Lee.
‘Nigeria, 1976’ (4/8)
The life of a pregnant woman takes a radical turn when her husband is accused of participating in an attempted coup. Inspired by real events.
‘Sherlock Gnomes’ (1/8)
After their friends disappear from gardens across London, Gnomeo and Juliet team up with super detective Sherlock Gnomes to help find them.
‘Sweet Girl’ (20/8)
He lost the love of his life to the greed of a pharmaceutical company. Now his daughter grows up without a mother and he lives without justice. For now …
‘The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare’ (8/23)
The world of ‘The Witcher’ takes on new dimensions in this 2D anime film about the powerful threat facing the Continent.
- ‘Bob Ross: Coincidences, Betrayals and Greed’ (8/25)
- ‘Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami’ (4/8)
- ‘Joao de Deus: The crimes of a spiritual healer’ (8/25)
- ‘The search for Hitler’s bomb’
- ‘Lokillo: Nothing is the same’ (12/8)
- ‘Memoirs of a Murderer: The Nilsen Tapes’ (8/18)
- ‘Nazis in the CIA’ (8/15)
- ‘UFOs: Top Secret Projects Declassified’ (3/8)
- ‘Phil Wang: Philly Philly Wang Wang’ (10/8)
- ‘Pray Away: Pray and you’ll stop being gay’ (3/8)
- ‘Secrets of sport’ (10/8)
- ‘Shiny_Flakes: The teenage cybernarco’ (3/8)