What’s new on Netflix: movies and shows coming, going in September 2021
Here are the new movies and shows you can stream in September, including “Kat″ and “Midnight Mass.” Check out some of the highlights below, or scroll down to the full list of what’s new and what’s leaving Netflix this month. New additions include the “Jaws” movies, season three of “Sex Education” and the entire “Saved by the Bell” series. (Sept. 2)Nightbooks (2021)This Netflix original fantasy film follows a boy obsessed with scary stories who is imprisoned by an evil young witch in her contemporary New York City apartment. (Sept. 15)The Starling (2021)When a woman suffers a loss, a combative Starling takes nest beside her quiet home. Cory Carson: Chrissy Takes the WheelLove on the Spectrum (Season 2)Sept. 22Confessions of an Invisible GirlDear White People, Vol.mlive.com
Pope's Midnight Mass will start early to comply with COVID-19 curfew
Pope Francis will celebrate Midnight Mass earlier than usual to comply with Italy's anti-coronavirus curfew and will deliver his Christmas and New Year's blessings in ways that aim to prevent crowds from forming. The Vatican on Thursday released the pope's COVID-19 Christmas liturgical schedule. It said the pope's Dec. 24 Mass - which for years hasn't been celebrated at midnight at all but at 9:30 p.m. to spare pontiffs from the late hour - would begin at 7:30 p.m. this year. Italy has imposed a 10 p.m. nationwide curfew, as well as restaurant closures and other restrictions, to try to prevent crowds from forming following a surge of COVID-19 infections and deaths this fall. COVID-19 social-distancing restrictions, however, might make such an appointment difficult to manage.cbsnews.com
The Latest: Australia leader to go slow on Pfizer vaccine
If approved, shots could begin within days for health care workers and people in nursing homes. Shots would then begin for health care workers and nursing home residents. ___CANBERRA, Australia — Australian researchers say they have abandoned development of a potential coronavirus vaccine because it produced false positive results on HIV tests. A health ministry statement says the government will first vaccinate health care workers, particularly those who deal with COVID-19 cases. ___HONOLULU — Hawaii expects to receive 80,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine in December for health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities.