If you’re growing tired of all the scary movies, questionable reality shows and Bruce Willis flicks that are currently occupying your Netflix queue, then you’re in for a real treat. Amazon Prime is teasing a complete list of new shows and movies that will hit the streaming service in September 2021.

The slate is full of classic movies—like (500) Days of Summer, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Sleepless in Seattle and The Social Network. There are also loads of new releases that might pique your interest.

For example, fans are looking forward to the premiere of Camila Cabello’s live-action Cinderella movie. There’s also the fourth (and final) season of Goliath, which picks up right where we left off. As for original movies, Amazon is hyping up The Voyeurs, which stars The White Lotus alum Sydney Sweeney.

Keep reading for our top picks from Amazon Prime’s new releases, followed by a complete list of TV shows and movies that are coming to the streaming service beginning September 1.

1. 'Cinderella'

Premiere date: September 3

This new version of the classic story stars Cabello as the titular character, who perseveres against all odds to find her happily ever after.

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2. 'The Voyeurs'

Premiere date: September 10

The Voyeurs is an erotic thriller about Pippa (Sweeney) and Thomas (Justice Smith), who move into a new apartment only to learn that their windows directly face another young couple’s unit.

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3. 'LuLaRich'

Premiere date: September 10

This four-part docuseries examines the rise and fall of LuLaRoe, a company that’s infamously known for its pyramid scheme woes.

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4. 'Everybody's Talking About Jamie'

Premiere date: September 17

Meet Jamie New (Max Harwood), a 16-year-old who’s struggling to fit in. Everything changes when he pursues his lifelong dream of becoming a drag queen.

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5. 'The Mad Women's Ball'

Premiere date: September 17

Based on the award-winning book, this dark series takes place in a neurological clinic in the 19th century, following a nurse and her patient as they prepare to attend an annual ball.

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6. 'Goliath'

Premiere date: September 24

Goliath is returning to the small screen for its fourth season. The story focuses on Billy McBride (Billy Bob Thornton), a burned-out lawyer who returns to the courtroom for one last hoorah.

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Amazon Prime New Releases: September 2021

September 1
(500) Days of Summer
21 Grams
A Feeling Home
American Me
Ancient Civilizations of North America—Season 1
Apollo 13
August Creek
As Good as it Gets
Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son
Can’t Hardly Wait
Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant
Craig Ross Jr.’s Monogamy—Season 1
Creepshow—Season 1
Daddy Day Care
Daredevil (Director’s Cut)
Death at a Funeral
Do the Right Thing
Forensic Factor—Season 1
Grown Ups
I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer
I Am Bolt
I Am Duran
I Know What You Did Last Summer
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
Jennifer’s Body
Land Girls—Season 1
Latino Americans—Season 1
Mail Call—Season 1
Nacho Libre
Native Peoples of North America—Season 1
Open Range
Planet of the Apes
Republic of Doyle—Season 1
Romeo + Juliet
Sleepless in Seattle
Soul Food
Stuart Little
Stuart Little 2
The Alamo
The A-Team
The Bastards of Pizzofalcone—Season 1
The Best Man
The Blood Pact—Season 1
The Boy
The Descent
The Flintstones—Season 1
The Host
The Karate Kid
The Kids Are All Right
The Killing—Season 1
The Last of the Mohicans
The Omen
The Social Network
The Unborn
We’ll Meet Again—Season 1
Year One
Young Frankenstein

September 3
Cinderella (Amazon Original Movie)

September 10
LuLaRich (Amazon Original Series)
The Voyeurs (Amazon Original Movie)

September 12

September 17
American Traitor: The Trial of Axis Sally
Do, Re & Mi—Season 1 (Amazon Original Series)
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Amazon Original Movie)
The Mad Women’s Ball (Amazon Original Movie)

September 24
Goliath—Season 4 (Amazon Original Series)

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