Everything Coming To Amazon Prime Video In September 2021

It really is a battle of the streaming services right now, and thankfully the only winner out of this will be you, the content-hungry consumer. We’ve already told you what you should expect from Netflix this September, and now it’s time to divulge the complete viewing list for Amazon Prime Video across TV shows, documentaries, films, and original content.

It’s looking like a fairly busy month for Amazon Prime Video Australia in September 2021. There are more movies being added this month than there has been for the past few months combined. Although not all of them are made equal. Don’t bother with the likes of Daddy Day Care and the pitiful I Know What You Did Last Summer trilogy. Instead, look to Spike Lee classic Do the Right Thing and films like Heist, Traffic, The Kids Are All Right, Arachnophobia, and Desperado. There’s nothing you probably haven’t seen already, but at least those should bring a nice sense of escapism during lockdown.

There’s not much on the TV show front though. The two headline releases will be the 4th season of Amazon Original Goliath and the premiere of Amazon Original Do, Re & Mi, a kid’s show, that looks really bad for a kid’s show. More exciting would be the first season of Creepshow, which is an original that’s been flung over from horror-only streaming service Shudder and a revival of the classic absurdist horror film of the same name

Amazon Prime Video Australia | September 2021 Release Schedule


Movies Coming To Amazon Prime In September 2021

  • (500) Days of Summer (01/09/2021)
  • 21 Grams (01/09/2021)
  • American Me (01/09/2021)
  • Apollo 13 (01/09/2021)
  • Arachnophobia (01/09/2021)
  • Armegeddon (01/09/2021)
  • As Good As It Gets (01/09/2021)
  • Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son (01/09/2021)
  • Can’t Hardly Wait (01/09/2021)
  • Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant (01/09/2021)
  • Closer (01/09/2021)
  • Daddy Day Care (01/09/2021)
  • Daredevil (01/09/2021)
  • Daredevil (Director’s Cut) (01/09/2021)
  • Death at a Funeral (01/09/2021)
  • Do the Right Thing (01/09/2021)
  • Grown Ups (01/09/2021)
  • Heist (01/09/2021)
  • I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (01/09/2021)
  • I Am Bolt (01/09/2021)
  • I Am Duran (01/09/2021)
  • I Know What You Did Last Summer (01/09/2021)
  • I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (01/09/2021)
  • Jennifer’s Body (01/09/2021)
  • Nacho Libre (01/09/2021)
  • Open Range (01/09/2021)
  • Planet of the Apes (01/09/2021)
  • Predators (01/09/2021)
  • Romeo + Juliet (01/09/2021)
  • Rudy (01/09/2021)
  • Sicko (01/09/2021)
  • Sleepless In Seattel (01/09/2021)
  • Soul Food (01/09/2021)
  • Stuart Little (01/09/2021)
  • Stuart Little 2 (01/09/2021)
  • The Alamo (01/09/2021)
  • The A-Team (01/09/2021)
  • The A-Team (Extended Cut) (01/09/2021)
  • The Best Man (01/09/2021)
  • The Boy (01/09/2021)
  • The Descent (01/09/2021)
  • The Host (01/09/2021)
  • The Karate Kid (01/09/2021)
  • The Kids Are All Right (01/09/2021)
  • The Last of the Mohicans (01/09/2021)
  • The Omen (01/09/2021)
  • The Social Network (01/09/2021)
  • The Unborn (01/09/2021)
  • Traffic (01/09/2021)
  • Year One (01/09/2021)
  • Young Frankenstein (01/09/2021)
  • A Feeling Home (01/09/2021)
  • August Creek (01/09/2021)
  • Cinderella (Amazon Original Movie) (03/09/2021)
  • The Voyeurs (Amazon Original Movie) (10/09/2021)
  • Desperado (12/09/2021)
  • Everyone’s Talking About Jamie (Amazon Original Movie (17/09/2021)
  • The Mad Women’s Ball (Amazon Original Movie) (17/09/2021)
  • American Traitor: The Trial of Axis Sally (17/09/2021)

TV Shows Coming To Amazon Prime In September 2021

  • Craig Ross Jr’s Monogamy Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • Creepshow Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • Forensic Factor Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • Land Girls Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • Latino Americans Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • Mail Call Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • Native Peoples of North America Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • Republic of Doyle Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • The Bastards of Pizzofalcone Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • The Blood Pact Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • The Flintstones Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • The Killing Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • We’ll Meet Again Season 1 (01/09/2021)
  • LuLa Rich (10/09/2021)
  • Do, Re & Mi Season 1 (Amazon Original Series) (17/09/2021)
  • Goliath Season 4 (24/09/2021)

These are our top picks for Prime in September 2021

Our Picks From Amazon Prime Video’s September 2021 Release Schedule


When people talk about Steven Soderbergh’s greatest films, Traffic is often one of the first mentioned. This 2000 drug trade caper, starring the great Benicio Del Toro, is held in such high regard that when Sicario came out people immediately dismissed it as a rip-off. Until they watched it, of course. Some even consider Sicario to be a spiritual sequel to Traffic, so if you enjoyed the cult classic thriller, you’ll definitely want to get across the inspiration, which was itself based on a UK TV show from the 90s. Also on the stellar cast is Michael Douglas, Don Cheadle, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Topher Grace, Steven Bauer, Dennis Quad, and others.


Heist may have been a bit of a critical failure with an even poorer commercial performance, but there’s still more than enough here to save a middling script full of cliches. Scott Mann’s direction wasn’t his best, but Robert DeNiro, Dave Bautista, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan put up strong enough roles to make this a worthwhile watch. The story revolves around a planned casino heist, unsurprisingly, and the reception would have sunk it underneath more than a few radars. It’s worth giving a chance, especially since Amazon really isn’t bringing much exciting to the table otherwise.

Creepshow Season 1

As mentioned above, there’s really not much in way of TV shows coming to Amazon Prime Video Australia in September 2021. Although if you do like your horror, Creepshow Season 1 should definitely be a go’er. Greg Nicotero, who is the brains behind The Walking Dead has gone and reimagined the classic horror films by Stephen King and George A. Romero, bringing to life an obscene horror-fest that plays so heavy on tropes it’s almost impossible for a horror afficinado not to be entertained. If nothing else, at least it makes for some good popcorn viewing.

Check out our breakdown of the best streaming services in Australia.