‘Cinderella’ on Prime Video + More

Happy September, everyone! Has the heatwave finally broken in New York for good? We sure hope so because we would love to herald in the fall season with crisp weather and zero humidity! But in addition to the post-Ida weather miracle, this Friday marks the first Friday of the new month! And you know what that means: STREAMING DUMP! Our favorite streaming services are serving up a chunk of new movies and shows for viewers to dive into this weekend. And whether you prefer Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or all of the above, you will have a ton of fresh titles to check out starting now. But before you drown in the options, let us help you point out the freshest picks! We here at Decider are here to help you figure out what to watch this weekend and where to stream it.

New Movies and Shows to Stream This Weekend: Worth, Cinderella and The D’Amelio Show

This Friday you can finally sift through the plethora of new titles now available on all the streaming platforms, but let’s take a beat and focus on some notable highlights! Netflix is offering some very interesting and poignant titles this weekend including Money Heist Part 5. However, the biggest movie to watch is Worth, a biographical drama about a lawyer fighting for those lost to the twin towers, which is aptly being released before the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Hulu is also looking to pave the way for new things this weekend with the release of their new reality TV series, The D’Amelio Show. Keeping Up With the Kardashians may be over, but it looks like there is a new Hollywood family in town! And last — but certainly not least — is Amazon Prime Video’s original musical, Cinderella. Starring Camila Cabello and Billy Porter, this film has been stirring up some hype for some time; now it’s time to see if it lives up to the buzz! These options are just the tip of the iceberg, so check out the rest of the hit movies and shows now available to stream below:

New on Netflix September 3: Worth

This September 11 marks 20 years since that fateful day that terrorists hijacked planes and took down the World Trade Center and stole thousands of people from their friends and families forever. We do not forget, and Neither has Netflix thanks to the release of the gut-wrenching film, Worth. In this biographical drama film, Michael Keaton plays Ken Feinberg: a D.C. lawyer who, after the attacks in 2001, had to battle against cynicism, bureaucracy and politics to help the victims of 9/11, attempting to put a dollar value on the lives lost. In honor of those lives that were taken from us 20 years ago this 9/11, watch Worth,new on Netflix this weekend and one of the top movies new on Netflix this month.

Stream Worth on Netflix

New on Hulu September 3: The D’Amelio Show

Move over, Kardashians, the D’Amelios are the new “it” family in town and they’ve got a reality series new on Hulu this weekend to prove it! Titled The D’Amelio Show, the series centers Charli and Dixie D’Amelio: two sisters who led relatively normal lives in obscurity until they gained instant and all-encompassing fame from a few dance videos on a little app called TikTok. Now thrust into the bright lights of Hollywood, the sisters will have to lean on their supportive parents Heidi and Marc and each other as they try to navigate relationships, work and fame while also adapting to an abrupt cross-country move to Los Angeles. Will the sisters crack under the pressure — and bring the rest of the family down with them? Watch it all happen in The D’Amelio Show.

Stream The D’Amelio Show on Hulu

New on Amazon Prime Video September 3: Cinderella

This is not your Disney — or Rogers and Hammerstein’s — princess tale. New on Amazon Prime Video this weekend is the highly-anticipated Cinderella, a romantic jukebox musical set in the new age. This modern reimagination of the classic glass-shoe tale tells the story of the titular heroine, Cinderella: an ambitious young woman looking to make her mark in the fashion world — a big dream that the world is apparently not ready to allow. But with the help of her Fab G (who says the godparent has to be dowdy or gender-specific?), this Cinderella will have a ball — her way. Featuring music from hit musical artists like Ed Sheeran, Material Girl, Freddie Mercury and starring Camila Cabello, Billy Porter, Idina Menzel and more, Cinderella is sure to be a star-studded fantasia of fabulousness!

Stream Cinderella on Prime Video

Full List of New Movies and Shows on Streaming This Weekend

The options above only scratch the surface, so you know that this weekend’s full lineup will have amazing options for what to watch this weekend! For the full breakdown of the best movies and shows to stream now, or if you’re still undecided on what to stream this weekend, then check out the complete list below:

New on Netflix- Full List

Released Friday, September 3

Diva Club *NETFLIX FAMILY
MONEY HEIST PART 5: VOLUME 1 *NETFLIX SERIES
Sharkdog *NETFLIX FAMILY
Worth *NETFLIX FILM

New on Hulu – Full List

Released Friday, September 3

The D’Amelio Show: Complete Season 1 (Hulu Original)
What We Do in the Shadows: Season 3 Premiere (FX)
Bolden (2019)
Undine (2021)

Released Saturday, September 4

Flower (2017)

New on Amazon Prime Video – Full List

Released Friday, September 3

*Cinderella – Amazon Original Movie (2021)

New on HBO Max- Full List

Released Friday, September 3

Amaraica, 2020 (HBO)
At Last, 2020
Bittu, 2020
Coffee Shop Names, 2020
Liberty Kid, 2007

Released Saturday, September 4

News of the World, 2020 (HBO)

New on Starz- Full List GET ON NEW LISTS

Released Friday, August 27

Elysium

Released Sunday, August 29

Heels – Episode 103
Power Book III: Raising Kanan – Episode 106

New on BritBox- Full List

Released Friday, August 27

Agatha Christie’s Marple: S6 | New to BritBox, Exclusive | 3 X 120

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