September is looking jam-packed for TV lovers.
The Emmy-winning Apple TV+ series The Morning Show is making a highly anticipated return for a second season, while Netflix ushers in another installment of Sex Education.
There’s also the first half of the fifth and final season of Spanish heist thriller Money Heist.
But it’s musical quiz, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, which is back on screens after a six year break that’s got me excited. Greg Davies will take on hosting duties, flanked by stalwart Noel Fielding and new team captain Daisy May Cooper (This Country).
As for new series, Now will play host to Wolfe, a thriller set in North England which sees Babou Ceesay play the eponymous forensic pathologist professor Wolfe Kinteh.
Disney+’s adult string of shows, Star, also has some new additions on the way including Ryan Murphy’s latest anthology show American Horror Stories and apocalyptic drama Y: The Last Man, which imagines a world in which everything with a Y chromosome has died except one cis man and his pet monkey.
Here are all the new series on the way to streaming services this September:
How To Be A Cowboy (1 September)
Dale Brisby uses social media savvy and rodeo skills to keep cowboy traditions alive – and now he’s teaching the world how to cowboy right, ol’ son.
Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror (1 September)
This unflinching series documents the 9/11 terrorist attacks, from Al Qaeda’s roots in the 80s to America’s forceful response, both at home and abroad.
Q-Force (2 September)
A gay superspy and his scrappy LGBTQ squad fight to prove themselves to the agency that underestimated them. Today, West Hollywood… tomorrow, the world.
Money Heist series 5 (3 September)
The gang has been shut in the Bank of Spain for over 100 hours. Just when it seems like nothing else could go wrong, an enemy comes on the scene that is much more powerful than any they’ve faced: the army.
Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space (6 September)
From training to launch to landing, this all-access docuseries rides along with the Inspiration4 crew on the first all-civilian orbital space mission.
Untold: Breaking Point (7 September)
Under pressure to continue a winning tradition in American tennis, Mardy Fish faced mental health challenges that changed his life on and off the court.
On The Verge (7 September)
Four women – a chef, a single mum, an heiress and a job seeker – dig into love and work, with a generous side of midlife crises, in pre-pandemic LA.
Into the Night series 2 (8 September)
Passengers and crew aboard a hijacked overnight flight scramble to outrace the sun as a mysterious cosmic event wreaks havoc on the world below.
Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali (9 September)
From a chance meeting to a tragic fallout, black civil rights leader Malcolm X and boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s extraordinary bond cracks under the weight of distrust and shifting ideals.
The Women and the Murderer (9 September)
This documentary traces the capture of serial killer Guy Georges through the tireless work of two women: a police chief and a victim’s mother.
Metal Shop Masters (10 September)
On this competition show, a group of metalwork artists torch, cut and weld epic creations from hardened steel. Only one will win a $50,000 prize.
Lucifer series 6 (10 September)
This is it, the final season of Lucifer. For real this time. The devil himself has become God… almost. Why is he hesitating?
The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals series 2 (14 September)
The second season of this series will showcase more incredible properties around the world and the life changing experiences they have to offer.
Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father series 5 (14 September)
Jovial comic Jack Whitehall invites his stuffy father, Michael, to travel with him through Australia in an attempt to strengthen their bond.
You vs Wild: Out Cold (14 September)
After a plane crash leaves Bear Grylls with amnesia, he must make choices to save the missing pilot and survive in this high-stakes interactive adventure.
Schumacher (15 September)
This film features rare interviews and previously unreleased archive footage and traces a very sensitive and critical portrait of the seven-time world champion, Formula One icon Michael Schumacher.
Too Hot To Handle: Latino (15 September)
A group of highly sexed singletons have to try and abstain from all sexual activities for 40 days and 40 nights. If they succeed they win $100,000 and, maybe, find a true connection.
Nailed It! series 6 (15 September)
This season bakers take on paranormal pastries, celebrate black history, and attempt to recreate chocolate masterpieces inspired by our very own Jacques Torres – all for that $10,000 prize.
My Heroes Were Cowboys (16 September)
Robin Wiltshire’s painful childhood was rescued by Western movies. Now he lives on the frontier of his dreams, training the horses he loves for the big screen.
Chicago Party Aunt (17 September)
Chicago Party Aunt Diane is an idolised troublemaker with a talent for avoiding adulthood – and a soft spot for her soul-searching nephew.
Sex Education series 3 (17 September)
It’s a new year, Otis is having casual sex, Eric and Adam are official, and Jean has a baby on the way. Prepare for commitment animals, alien phenomena, vulva cupcakes and much more of Madam Groff.
Squid Game (17 September)
Hundreds of cash-strapped players accept a strange invitation to compete in children’s games. Inside, a tempting prize awaits – with deadly high stakes.
Love on the Spectrum series 2 (21 September)
Young adults on the autism spectrum dive headfirst into the dating pool, exploring the unpredictable world of love and relationships.
Dear White People series 4 (22 September)
Set against the backdrop of senior year as well as a not-so-distant, post-pandemic future, series 4 finds the students of Winchester looking back at the most formative (and theatrical) year of their lives.
Crime Stories: India Detectives (22 September)
Cameras following Bengaluru police on the job offer a rare glimpse into the complex and challenging inner workings of four major crime investigations.
Monster Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan (22 September)
In the late 70s, an accused serial rapist claims multiple personalities control his behaviour, setting off on a legal odyssey that captivates America.
Jaguar (22 September)
In 1960s Spain, a Holocaust survivor joins a group of agents seeking justice against the hundreds of Nazis who fled to the nation to hide after WWII.
Bangkok Breaking (23 September)
Struggling to earn a living in Bangkok, a man joins an emergency rescue service and realises he must unravel a citywide conspiracy.
Midnight Mass (24 September)
The arrival of a charismatic young priest brings glorious miracles, ominous mysteries and renewed religious fervor to a dying town desperate to believe.
Ganglands (24 September)
Mehdi, a qualified robber, and Liana, an apprentice thief, get involved in a turf war between drug dealers, and have to collaborate in order to save their loved ones.
Blood & Water series 2 (24 September)
After crossing paths at a party, a Cape Town teen sets out to prove whether a private school swimming star is her sister who was abducted at birth.
The Chestnut Man (29 September)
At a grisly murder scene sits a figurine made of chestnuts. From this creepy clue, two detectives hunt a killer linked to a politician’s missing child.
Love 101 series 2 (30 September)
While trying to make their football coach for a basketball coach, four misfits and a model student find friendship, love and the courage to be themselves.
Amazon Prime Video
LuLaRich (10 September)
A four-part docuseries that chronicles the unraveling of LuLaRoe. Known for their buttery-soft leggings, the infamous multi-level-marketing company went viral promising young mothers a work-from-home salvation. Through exclusive interviews, this series unveils how it all went wrong in a spectacularly weird fashion.
Back To The Rafters (17 September)
Back to the Rafters picks up six years since we last saw the Rafter family. Dave and Julie have created a new life in the country with youngest daughter Ruby, while the older Rafter children face new challenges and Grandad Ted struggles to find his place.
Code 404 series 2 (1 September)
The crime fighting duo of the future is back. DI Carver (Stephen Graham) and his AI-driven partner DI Major (Daniel Mays) are out of beta and releasing on time for version 2.0.
Landmark (6 September)
Broadcaster, DJ and author Gemma Cairney will delve into the purpose and power of public art as she joins Sky Arts on a mission to create the UK’s next major landmark.
The Russell Howard Hour series 5 (9 September)
Russell Howard gets set to nail our messed-up world once again with another series of sharp comedic insights from the week’s biggest stories.
Wolfe (10 September)
From the creator of Shameless and No Offence comes a new crime drama starring Babou Ceesay as forensic pathologist professor Wolfe Kinteh – North England’s finest crime scene expert.
Young Rock (17 September)
Every legend has a beginning. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars in a larger-than-life family comedy based on outrageous stories of his youth.
Never Mind The Buzzcocks (TBC)
The iconic pop culture panel show returns. New host Greg Davies oversees the musical festivities, while the teams will be headed up by Buzzocks veteran Noel Fielding, NMTB newcomer Daisy May Cooper and regular guest Jamali Maddix.
Mr Mayor (TBC)
Retired businessman Neil Bremer (Ted Danson) runs for mayor of Los Angeles to prove he’s “still got it.” But once he wins, he has to figure out if he still wants it.
BBC Three and iPlayer
Tonight with Target (3 September)
With Black British music artists dominating across the world, Target hosts this groundbreaking weekly show that celebrates the culture and showcases the hottest music performances around.
The Hunt For A Killer (4 September)
Swedish crime drama based on true events. Ten-year-old Helén Nilsson disappears at Easter 1989 from the small community of Hörby. Her body is found six days later.
A Killing In Tiger Bay (9 September)
On Valentine’s Day 1988, a young girl is discovered brutally murdered in Cardiff’s docklands. Despite evidence pointing to a lone white male killer a 10 month investigation concludes with the arrest of five local black men. What happens next beggars belief.
Ordinary Lives (9 September)
Drama following an ordinary group of colleagues and friends and the gradual unravelling of each individual’s lies and secrets.
The North Water (10 September)
Patrick Sumner, a disgraced ex-army surgeon, signs up as ship’s doctor on a whaling expedition to the Arctic. But the ferocity of the elements is matched by the violence of his crew.
The Cleaner (10 September)
Paul ‘Wicky’ Wickstead, a state-certified cleaning technician with a very special field of work – he is a crime-scene cleaner responsible for the removal of any signs of death.
When The Dust Settles (19 September)
This drama from Walter Presents interweaves the stories of eight very different people during the days before and after a terrorist attack shocks Copenhagen, all fundamentally changed by the tragic incident.
The Inner Circle (24 September)
While on holiday with his family, David Ehrling, Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, gets a call from the Prime Minister telling him that she is standing down and she wants him to join her. But as the fight to the title gets more desperate, more shady businessmen start to cling to David in hopes he can change policies in their favour.
Disney+ and Star
American Horror Stories (8 September)
A spin-off of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s award-winning hit series American Horror Story. This seven-episode, anthology series features a different horror story each episode.
Doogie Kamealoha, MD (8 September)
Lahela “Doogie” Kamealoha is a teenaged wunderkind juggling her high school life with an early medical career.
Star Wars: Visions (22 September)
Seven Japanese animation studios bring their unique perspectives to the Star Wars universe through a series of short films.
Y: The Last Man (22 September)
Based on DC Comics’ acclaimed series by Brian K Vaughan and Pia Guerra, this drama traverses a post-apocalyptic world in which a cataclysmic event decimates every mammal with a Y chromosome but for one cisgender man and his pet monkey.
Spitting Image series 2 (11 September)
The bitingly funny sketch show returns – skewering the politicians and celebrities who need it the most. With characters from Britain, America and around the world, no one is safe from a satirical roasting.
Dr Death (12 September)
Based on a hit podcast and inspired by the terrifying true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch. After building a flourishing neurosurgery practice, everything suddenly changes when patients entering Dr. Duntsch’s operating room for complex but routine spinal surgeries start leaving permanently disabled or dead. As his victims pile up, two fellow physicians and Dallas prosecutor Michelle Shughart set out to stop him.
BMF (26 September)
Executively produced by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, BMF is inspired by the true story of two brothers who rose from the decaying streets of southwest Detroit in the late 80s and gave birth to one of the most influential crime families in the United States.
The Morning Show series 2 (17 September)
An inside look at the modern workplace through the lens of the people who help America wake up, pulling back the curtain on early morning television.
Foundation (24 September)
Based on the award-winning novels by Isaac Asimov, Foundation chronicles a band of exiles on their monumental journey to save humanity and rebuild civilization amid the fall of the Galactic Empire.
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