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Peacock September 2021 Release Schedule: New Movies & Originals

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With the end of August coming near, Peacock has come up with its next release schedule. In this article, we will cover Peacock September 2021 release schedule of new originals, tv-series, and movies. Nowadays, there are numerous online streaming networks available. Many times it becomes hard to compete with them, but Peacock is not dropping behind. To get back on the top, Peacock has brought you its September 2021 release schedule, which includes various new original series, some of the classic movies, and many more. Peacock will also stream some of the NBC original series that fans have been waiting for. 

It seems Peacock is bringing numerous classic films for its audience to watch, such as Coneheads, The Deer Hunter, Dragonheart, Dr. Cyclops, Werewolf in London, etc. Besides classic movies, Peacock will also feature some of its original series, such as Frogger, American Ninja Warrior Junior (Season 3), Top Chef Family Style, and so on. Before proceeding, note that the following list does not include all the titles that will be released. Since Peacock gives us surprises from time to time, some of the titles may be announced later and hence are not included in this list.

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The Big Lebowski (1998)

Release Date- 1 September 2021

The 1998 crime comedy film The Big Lebowski is coming on Peacock. The story follows two goons who mistake ‘The Dude’ Lebowski for a millionaire Lebowski and urinate on his rug. Trying to compensate his rug from the wealthy Lebowski, he gets entwined in a complex kidnapping case. The film cast Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Julianne Moore, John Turturro, etc.

A.P. Bio (Season 4)

Release Date- 2 September 2021

A.P. Bio is an American comedy television series that revolves around a former Harvard philosophy professor Jack Griffin. After losing his dream job, Professor Jack returns to his home town where he becomes an advanced placement biology teacher at the fictional Whitlock High School. His journey from season 3 continues in the upcoming season. The trailer of A.P. Bio (Season 4) is already out. 

Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem (Season 1)

Release Date- 6 September 2021

Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem is an upcoming soap opera limited series that premiered on Peacock. It is a spin-off of the American television show Days of Our Lives. It starred Lamon Archey, Christie Clark, Eileen Davidson, Billy Flynn, Deidre Hall, etc. The series is five-episode series where a new episode releases every day until the series concludes on 10 September 2021. Watch the trailer of Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem.

Top Chef Family Style (Season 1)

Release Date- 9 September 2021

Top Chef Family Style is a spin-off of a famous American reality competition television series, Top Chef. The show features young chefs teaming up with an adult family member to compete in culinary challenges. It will be hosted by Meghan Trainor while Marcus Samuelson serves as head judge. Top Chef Family Style is a Peacock original that will air weekly on Thursday. The first two episodes will be released on the premiere day.

American Ninja Warrior Junior (Season 3) 

Release Date- 9 September 2021

Peacock original American Ninja Warrior Junior is coming up with its new season. It shows taking the nation’s top-notch junior athletes and placing them on the most iconic game course to compete and overcome some of the most challenging obstacles. The third season shows some new guests, stunt runs, and all unique courses featuring brand new obstacles. The first and second episodes will be released on the premiere day. American Ninja Warrior Junior will air every Thursday. 

Frogger (Season 1)

Release Date- 9 September 2021

Frogger is a Peacock original live-action game show based on one of the most loved arcade games. It features players trying to cross an obstacle-filled path which is similar to the one faced by the titular frog in the game series. The show will be hosted by Damon Waynas Jr. and Kyle Brandt. The first three episodes of the show will be released on the premiere day. Frogger will air weekly every Thursday. 

The Invisible Man (1933)

Release Date- 15 September 2021

The 1933 American sci-fi horror The Invisible Man film based on H. G. Wells’ 1897 novel of the same title. The plot begins when a scientist finds a way of becoming invisible. But in doing so, he becomes viciously insane. The film cast legend stars Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart, William Harrigan, Henry Travers, etc. Peacock brings you The Invisible Man for your perfect horror movie night out. 

Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Release Date- 15 September 2021

Bride of Frankenstein is a 1935 American sci-fi horror film. The story revolves around a scientist named Frankenstein who decides to leave his evil experiments. However, that does not seem easy when Dr. Pretorius kidnaps Frankenstein’s wife. Now, Frankenstein has to help create a new creature to save his wife. Peacock has brought out one of the classic universal pictures’ film Bride of Frankenstein at the palm of your hand. So you can watch it whenever you want. 

Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol (Season 1)

Release Date- 16 September 2021

Peacock original Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol is an upcoming American action-adventure television series based on the 2009 novel The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown. The plot revolves around a young CIA recruited Robert Langdon to solve numerous dangerous puzzles when his mentor goes missing. It starred Ashley Zukerman as Robert Langdon. Every new episode of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol will air on Thursday. 

Ordinary Joe (Season 1)

Release Date- 21 September 2021

An upcoming American television series Ordinary Joe will be available on Peacock. Ordinary Joe is a story of Joe Kimbreau, who faces one of those decisions at his college graduation, leading to three parallel stories that deviate from that fateful night. Each path will guide him with a different career- as a police officer, a rock star, or a nurse. Each decision brings his various relationships, friendships, different family lives, but in the end, there is no “right” choice. Joe’s life is always messy, exciting, unpredictable yet, beautiful regardless of his decision. The series will be available on Peacock every Tuesday (the day after it air on the original network). 

New Amsterdam (Season 4)

Release Date- 22 September 2021

Medical drama New Amsterdam is coming up with its brand new Season 4 on Peacock only. In season 4, we will see the hospital team working endlessly on the battleground, fighting against death, saving lives. Also, some romantic sparks between Dr. Max and Dr. Helen that fans are anticipating. 

Code 404 (Season 4)

Release Date- 23 September 2021

Peacock’s original detective fictional comedy-drama Code 404 is coming up with his second season. Even in the second season, DI Carver and Major will be back to solve past cases and more mysteries. The trailer of Code 404 Season 2 is already out! All six episodes of Code 404 Season 2 will be released at once on the premiere day. 

Despicable Me (2010)

Release Date- 25 September 2021

Despicable Me is a family comedy animated film. The story follows a criminal mastermind, Gru, who adopts three orphans as pawns to carry out the biggest heist in history. However, his life changes unexpectedly when the little girls see him as their possible father. If you are a fan of minions and want to recall young days, the film has come to your attention on Peacock. 

Peacock September 2021 Release Schedule: New Movies & Originals

Despicable Me (2010)

La Brea (Season 1)

Release Date- 29 September 2021

Upcoming 2021 American drama television series La Brea will be available on Peacock. The drama starred Natalie Zea, Eoin Macken, Karin Logue, Zyra Gorecki, Jack Martin, Angel Parker, etc. The plot follows an epic adventure when a massive sinkhole opens in the middle of Los Angeles, pulling thousands of people and buildings into its abysses. Those who fall in that sinkhole find themselves in a mysterious and dangerous primeval land, where they have no choice left but to band together to survive. The show revolves around one family broken up by the events and trying to get back together. It will be available every Wednesday on Peacock (the day after it airs on the original network). 

The above is just a short glimpse of what Peacock is bringing in September 2021. Apart from the mentioned titles, various movies will be available on Peacock, such as The Mommy film series, The Invisible Man film series. Also, the other movies include Blade, Beetlejuice, Mallrats, The Social Network, etc. Therefore, get ready to welcome new original series and movies in September 2021 that will be available on Peacock. 

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