Get ready with your TV remotes, because we are in for a fantastic month for new TV series! We’re not just talking about one or two series, we’re taking the numbers into the tens for September.
We will list these TV shows in Chronological order, so you can keep checking this list to find the release date easily. We’re also not just limiting this list to Netflix, we’re talking Amazon Prime, Sky, BBC and more – we’ll list all the information for you, of course. If you are wanting further information, be sure to click on each show to open up their respective pages.
Copper is a crime drama set in 1860’s New York. The series focuses on police detective Kevin Corcoran, who returns from war to find his wife missing and his daughter dead. While working cases for the police, Kevin also starts his personal case to piece together clues to find out what has happened to his family.
Copper is airing in the UK on Alibi Monday 2nd September. Seasons 1 and 2 will also be available on Sky and Virgin as box set series on the same date.
Martin Freeman fans, check this out! Our beloved actor, probably most known for playing Bilbo in The Hobbit is starring as the main character in a brand new series called A Confession. The series is based on the true story of Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher, who purposely broke police procedure and protocol to catch a killer however, that decision cost him his career and reputation.
A Confession airs in the UK Monday 2nd September on ITV.
Australian drama Bad Mothers comes to the UK. Bad Mothers follows Sarah, whose life is destroyed when her husband has an affair with her best friend Charlotte, who is coincidently the head of the Bedford Mother’s club. After being outed from the club, Sarah finds support from the titular bad mothers. Together the bad mothers work to get revenge on Charlotte, which turns out to have deadly results.
Sound enticing? Of course it does. Bad Mothers will air in the UK Monday 2nd September on My5.
This exciting new thriller is brought to you by the BBC. The Capture follows the story of British soldier Shaun Emery, whos conviction of murder is overturned due to flawed evidence. Shaun starts planning for a life of freedom with his six-year-old daughter, when new CCTV footage comes out that puts Shaun back under the spotlight.
DI Rachel Carey is drafted in on the new case when she finds there is more to the evidence than what meets the eye. The Capture airs in the UK on BBC One , Tuesday 3rd September.
Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over
Documentary filmmaker Stacey Dooley is back again, this time she looks into the life of extraordinary characters and families in the UK, sleeping over their houses providing us with a real personal perspective of their lives.
The mini docuseries “Stacey Dooley sleeps over” airs in the UK on the channel W, Wednesday 4th September.
The Loudest Voice
No this isn’t another singing/talent show, The Loudest Voice is actually a drama that’s based on the bestselling book ‘The Loudest Voice in the Room’.
The series follows the story of Roger Ailes, the man who created the famous Fox News and looks into events in his life, primarily over the past decade and explores his political careers and sexual harassment accusations. Gladiator’s Russel Crowe stars as Roger Ailes.
Season 1 of The Loudest Voice airs in the UK Thursday 5th September on Sky Atlantic.
Not all of September is filled with drama, we also have comedies like Scarborough! Starring comedian Jason Manford, Scarborough follows residence of a resort in… you guessed it, Scarborough. In the series, we follow the characters as they do karaoke, gossip and blast out the 80s classics. Scarborough is created by the creator of the hit series Benidorm.
Scarborough airs Friday 6th September on BBC One in the UK.
World’s Greatest Palaces
This is one for the property and architectural lovers. World’s Greatest Palaces takes us behind the scenes into the glorious and most historic royal residences on the planet, while sharing the stories of the kings, queens and other royal members that lived in them.
The series also takes a look at the architects, engineers and people that built these grand palaces.
World’s Greatest Palaces starts Monday 9th September on the channel Yesterday.
The Hot Zone
This one is definitely not one to miss out on. The Hot Zone is an American drama series based on the book of the same name and follows a scientist, who puts her life on the line when the Ebola virus appears in chimpanzees in a research lab, which has no cure.
The Hot Zone stars Game of Thrones’ Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos) and airs in the UK Tuesday 10th September on National Geographic.
The I-land is a mystery sci-fi series that follows ten people, who wake up on an island with no memory at all as they try and figure out what is going on. They soon discover that not all is what it seems.
The I-land has similar vibes to that of the series Lost and airs in the UK Thursday 12th September on Netflix.
Kingsman’s Mark Strong stars in Temple. A series that follows Daniel, a surgeon who teams up with a medical researcher to treat highly dangerous, but desperate patients under the radar.
Temple airs in the UK on Sky One, Friday 13th September.
El Corazón de Sergio Ramos
This one is for all the football fans out there. El Corazón de Sergio Ramos is a sporting documentary, that looks at the life of professional Spanish football player Sergio Ramos from his early days playing for Seville to his leadership at one of the world’s best football teams, Real Madrid.
El Corazón de Sergio Ramos is an Amazon exclusive and will air in the UK on Amazon Prime Video, Friday 13th September.
Criminal is a crime drama that Criminal takes place within the confines of a police interview suite, to give a unique perspective on the mental conflict between detectives and suspects.
Criminal airs on Netflix in the UK, Friday 20th September.