30 Of The Best TV Shows And Movies Coming To The UK This September

Are you looking for a new TV show to binge-watch or a movie to see on movie night? You’re in the correct place, then! Here are 30 of the best TV shows and movies coming to the UK this month.

 1. Devil in Ohio

 Best TV Shows And Movies : Devil in Ohio
Devil in Ohio. (L to R) Emily Deschanel as Suzanne Mathis, Madeleine Arthur as Mae Dodd in episode 102 of Devil in Ohio. Cr. Ricardo Hubbs/Netflix © 2022

Dr. Suzanne Mathis, a hospital psychiatrist, finds her world flipped upside down when she takes in a mystery cult escapee who threatens to split up her own family.

Starring: Emily Deschanel, Stacey Farber, Alisha Newton

Release date: 2 September

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: Orphan, Hereditary, Pieces of Her

2. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Best TV Shows And Movies : The Rings of Power
Prime Video

Middle-Earth is in its legendary Second Age, thousands of years before the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. As Sauron threatens to engulf the entire world in darkness, great powers are being made, unusual heroes are being tested, and hope clings by the thinnest of threads.

Starring: Morfydd Clark, Robert Aramayo, Benjamin Walker

Release date: 2 September

Where to watch: Prime Video

Watch if you like: Game of ThronesThe Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings

3.  Wedding Season

 Wedding Season
Disney+

Despite Katie being engaged to the son of a wealthy real estate magnate, Stefan, a hopeless romantic, and Katie begin a whirlwind romance that lasts throughout an entire summer of weddings.

Starring: Gavin Drea, Rosa Salazar, George Webster

Release date: 8 September

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: FleabagLovesickGavin & Stacey

4. Cobra Kai – Season Five

Cobra Kai – Season Five
Curtis Bonds Baker/Netflix

Season five picks up after the startling outcomes of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament by seeing Terry Silver developing the Cobra Kai empire more than 30 years after those occurrences.

Starring: Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, Thomas Ian Griffith

Release date: 9 September

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: The GoldbergsOuter Banks, The Karate Kid films

5. Growing Up

Growing Up

A creative hybrid docuseries that tells ten gripping coming-of-age experiences while examining the difficulties, triumphs, and complexities of youth.

Starring: Brie Larson

Release date: 8 September

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Explained, 100 HumansChild Genius

6. Fate: The Winx Saga – Season Two

Fate: The Winx Saga – Season Two
Steffan Hill/Netflix

Six fairies study at a boarding school for magical creatures, where they must learn to control their abilities while navigating love, rivalry, and the monsters that pose a threat to their very survival.

Starring: Abigail Cowen, Danny Griffin, Paulina Chávez

Release date: 16 September

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: Charmed, Shadow & Bone, the Harry Potter films

7. Vampire Academy

 Vampire Academy 2022
VAMPIRE ACADEMY — Episode 101 — Pictured: (l-r) — (Photo by: Peacock)

St. Vladimir’s Academy isn’t just any boarding school; it’s a secret location where half-human teenagers are trained to defend vampire royals from the vicious “Strigoi” vampires who want to see them killed.

Starring: Sisi Stringer, Kieron Moore, Mia Mckenna-Bruce

Release date: 16 September

Where to watch: Peacock via Sky/NOW

Watch if you like: The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Legacies

8. Andor

Andor
Disney+/Lucasfilm Ltd.

Cassian Andor is forced to go across the growing revolt against the Empire; this voyage will make him a rebel hero.

Starring: Diego Luna, Genevieve O’Reilly, Fiona Shaw

Release date: 21 September

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: The Book of Boba Fett, LokiThe Mandalorian

9. This England

This England
Sky

This England charts the effects of the first wave of the Coronavirus epidemic on the nation based on the turbulent first months of Boris Johnson’s tenure as prime minister.

Starring: Kenneth Branagh, Simon Kunz, Shri Patel

Release date: 21 September

Where to watch: Sky Atlantic/NOW

Watch if you like: The West Wing, The Trial of Christine Keeler, The Thick Of It

10. Savage River

Savage River
Jackson Finter/Paramount+

After serving 10 years in prison, a lady goes back to her village. Although she is ready to go on with her life, the small town of Savage River will not allow her to easily forget the past.

Starring: Katherine Langford, Virginia Gay, Mark Coles Smith

Release date: 22 September

Where to watch: Paramount+

Watch if you like: Sharp Objects, Mare of Easttown, 13 Reasons Why

11. The Greatest Beer Run Ever

The Greatest Beer Run Ever
Golf Thanaporn/Apple TV+

A man chooses to drive to the frontline by himself to deliver the soldiers a tiny piece of home — their preferred can of American beer — as a way to support his friends who are serving in Vietnam.

Starring: Zac Efron, Russell Crowe, Bill Murray

Release date: 30 September

Where to watch: Apple TV+

Watch if you like: Danny Boy, Journal for Jordan, Good Morning Vietnam

12. Bloodlands – Season Two

 Bloodlands – Season Two
Picture Shows: Tom Brannick (James Nesbitt) – (C) HTM Television – Photographer: Steffan Hill

After 20 years, a cold case comes to life. When DCI Tom Brannick is given the case, he is unaware of the unsettling connection to his past.

Starring: James Nesbitt, Charlene McKenna, Victoria Smurfit

Release date: 30 September

Where to watch: BBC One/iPlayer

Watch if you like: Stay Close, Cold Feet, Broadchurch

13.  Love in the Villa

Love in the Villa
Netflix

After a breakup, a young woman travels to Verona, Italy, but discovers that the villa she had reserved was already double-booked. She is now forced to spend her holiday with a jaded yet attractive British man.

Starring: Tom Hopper, Kat Graham, Laura Hopper

Release date: 1 September

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: The Hating Game, Perfect Pairing, Letters to Juliet

14. Fall

Fall
Lionsgate

Becky and Hunter are all about pushing themselves to the edge, but after climbing 2,000 feet atop a defunct radio tower, they become stranded and must fight for survival.

Starring: Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Mason Gooding, Virginia Gardner

Release date: 2 September

Where to watch: Cinemas

Watch if you like: Everest, 127 Hours, Castaway

15.  Pinocchio

Pinocchio
Disney+

Geppetto, a master woodworker, is responsible for producing Pinocchio, a wooden puppet on a mission to become a real boy.

Starring: Tom Hanks, Cynthia Erivo, Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Release date: 8 September 

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Pinocchio, The Jungle Book, Shrek 

16. End of the Road

End of the Road
Netflix

Brenda and her family’s cross-country road journey turns into a highway to hell. They are left to fend for themselves in the desert of New Mexico after becoming the prey of an unknown killer.

Starring: Queen Latifah, Ludacris, Beau Bridges

Release date: 9 September

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: UsBullet Train, The Nice Guys

17. See How They Run

 See How They Run
Searchlight Pictures

Plans to adapt a well-known play for the screen are put on hold in 1950s London when one of the team members is killed. A new constable and an inspector who is only marginally incompetent must figure out the mysterious whodunit.

Starring: Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody

Release date: 9 September

Where to watch: Cinemas

Watch if you like: Knives Out, Death on the Nile, Clue

18. Crimes of the Future

 Crimes of the Future
Vertigo Films

The human body experiences new changes and mutations as it adjusts to a synthetic environment. Saul Tenser performs avant-garde pieces with his partner Caprice in which they display in public the transformation of their organs.

Starring: Kristen Stewart, Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux

Release date: 9 September 

Where to watch: Cinemas

Watch if you like: Ex Machina, Soylent Green, Minority Report

19. Do Revenge

 Do Revenge
Netflix

Drea (Alpha, the former it girl) and Eleanor (Beta, the new alt girl), who had a secret encounter, joined forces to pursue their respective tormentors.

Starring: Camila Mendes, Maya Hawke, Ava Capri

Release date: 16 September

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: The Babysitter, Tormented, Spree

20. Lou

 Lou
Netflix

Storms are raging. A young girl is taken, hostage. Her mother joins forces with the enigmatic neighbor to track down the kidnapper; the voyage challenges their mettle and reveals disturbing secrets from their pasts.

Starring: Allison Janney, Jurnee Smollett, Logan Marshall-Green

Release date: 23 September 

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: My Son, The Silencing, Doctor

21. Catherine Called Birdy

Catherine Called Birdy
Amazon Studios

Lord Rollo and Lady Aislinn’s youngest child is Lady Catherine, also referred to as Birdy. Rollo, who is completely ungrateful and penniless, believes that marrying his daughter off to a wealthy man in exchange for money and land will help him escape his financial predicament.

Starring: Bella Ramsey, Billie Piper, Andrew Scott

Release date: 23 September 

Where to watch: Cinemas 

Watch if you like: Nanny McPheeThe Secret Garden, Five Children and It

22.  Don’t Worry Darling

  Don't Worry Darling
Warner Bros. Pictures

A husband and wife are residing in an experimental utopian society in the 1950s. However, flaws in their picture-perfect existence soon start to show, revealing glimpses of something much more ominous hiding behind the pretty exterior.

Starring: Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde

Release date: 23 September 

Where to watch: Cinemas

Watch if you like: Stepford Wives, Beast, Silent Night 

23. Blonde

 Blonde
Netflix

Blonde, which is based on Joyce Carol Oates’ best-selling book of the same name, bravely reimagines Marilyn Monroe’s life by examining the gap between her public and private personas.

Starring: Ana de Armas, Bobby Cannavale, Adrien Brody

Release date: 28 September

Where to watch: Netflix 

Watch if you like: The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes, ELVIS, 8 Mile

24. My Best Friend’s Exorcism

My Best Friend's Exorcism
Amazon Studios

Teenage survival is difficult, particularly if you’re possessed by a demon. Best friends Abby and Gretchen are navigating 1988 while dealing with everyday issues and a demonic entity that is clinging to Gretchen.

Starring: Elsie Fisher, Amiah Miller, Christopher Lowell

Release date: 30 September

Where to watch: Prime Video 

Watch if you like: The Exorcist, Happy Death Day, Freaky

25.  Mrs Harris Goes to Paris

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris
Universal Pictures

In 1950s London, a widowed cleaning lady develops a passionate love affair with a couture Dior outfit and thinks she must acquire one. She goes on an expedition to Paris after working, eating, and gambling to save money, which would alter not only her outlook but also the direction of the House of Dior.

Starring: Lesley Manville, Isabelle Huppert, Rose Williams

Release date: 30 September

Where to watch: Cinemas

Watch if you like: The Last Bus, The Duke, Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

26. Bloods – Season Two

 Bloods – Season Two
Sky

When two paramedics are forced to work together, an odd bond develops. In the most recent season, Wendy and Maleek’s relationship is destroyed after she accuses him of drinking at work; Jo and Lawrence face their difficult “problem” head-on, and Gary and Kareshma experience a roller-coaster of emotions.

Starring: Samson Kayo, Jane Horrocks, Lucy Punch

Release date: 1 September

Where to watch: Sky Comedy/NOW

Watch if you like: SirensStath Lets FlatsMotherland

27. Gutsy

Gutsy
Apple TV+

The eight-part series, which is based on The Book of Gutsy Women by Gloria Steinem, offers private interviews with trailblazing women including Kim Kardashian, Megan Thee Stallion, and many others.

Starring: Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton

Release date: 9 September

Where to watch: Apple TV+

Watch if you like: RBG, Becoming, Feminists: What Were They Thinking?

28. The Serpent Queen

The Serpent Queen
Shanna Besson/Starz

Rahima, her amiable new servant, listens as Catherine de Medici confidently recounts her life. She defends her conduct and shares the lessons she’s learned as her story is told in flashbacks.

Starring: Samantha Morton, Colm Meaney, Rupert Everett

Release date: 11 September

Where to watch: Starzplay

Watch if you like: MediciThe GreatThe White Princess

29. The Great British Bake Off

The Great British Bake Off
Mark Bourdillon/Channel 4

Under the watchful eyes of Paul and Prue, 12 contenders are back in the tent baking their hearts out in an effort to become the Bake Off superstar of 2022.

Starring: Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith, Noel Fielding

Release date: 13 September

Where to watch: Channel 4

Watch if you like: Masterchef, Interior Design Masters, The Great British Sewing Bee

30. The Kardashians – Season Two

The Kardashians – Season Two
Hulu

Cameras reappear to document Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall, and Kylie’s ever-evolving lives. As they balance their professional and private lives, their family relationship remains strong through turbulent loves, life-altering moments, and unbelievable accomplishments.

Starring: the Kardashians

Release date: 22 September

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, The Real Housewives series

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