Welcome, romance lovers! As you probably know, Netflix has a wide variety of sexy movies and shows for your viewing pleasure, some that are much better quality than others. The romance genre has taken over the streaming platform in recent years, with shows like Virgin River and Bridgerton climbing the ranks of popularity, and movies such as The Kissing Booth and 365 Days gaining substantial fanbases.
It seems viewers continue to eat up the romance category, which was seriously proved when the Twilight movies were added to Netflix earlier this month and quickly all joined the Top 10 titles list.
If you’re a fan of this steamy genre, you might also be a fan of the After series starring Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin. Based on books by Anna Todd, these NSFW films have a solid following and it’s not hard to see why.
The next movie in the series, After We Fell, is scheduled for a 2021 release. While the film would certainly heat up our summer nights, we recently got confirmation that unfortunately, it will not be hitting Netflix in August.
The streaming service shared its list of August new releases, and notably absent is After We Fell. Fans of the romance genre should be happy to know, however, that The Kissing Booth 3 will be debuting on August 11. Another new release that might be up your alley is He’s All That starring Addison Rae, which will hit Netflix on August 27.
When is After We Fell coming to Netflix?
So we know After We Fell isn’t heading to Netflix in August — so when is it? Well, we don’t have that exact date but we do have a timeframe. The theatrical release in the United States is scheduled for September 30, 2021. We’re expecting the third movie in the series to then drop on Netflix around late November or early December of 2021. This hasn’t been confirmed, but After We Collided was released on Netflix about two months after it came out in theaters. We’re assuming After We Fell could follow a similar pattern.
Right now, we’re just speculating when After We Fell is coming to Netflix. We’ll be sure to update you once we have that official release date. And in the meantime, be sure to streaming After and After We Collided on the streaming platform right now.
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