Here’s a list of all the new TV shows, movies and live sports content coming to Now TV this September
It feels like only yesterday we were basking in the August heatwave, with long lunches and peak holiday season, but now chilly September beckons. Thankfully, there’s a whole host of quality TV shows, movies and sports on Now TV to keep us entertained this autumn.
Now TV is constantly updating its TV and film catalogue and, understandably, it’s hard to keep up. Therefore, we’ve collated a list of the major content we think you should be looking out for, or maybe some old favourites you’re ready to binge on once more.
There’s everything from Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, to the guilty pleasures of everyone’s beloved (and dramatic!) Kardashian sisters. Keep reading to find your new obsession this September and beyond.
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What’s new on Now TV Entertainment Pass
4 September – The Reluctant Landlord
Britain’s favourite comedian, Romesh Ranganathan, writes and stars in this semi-autobiographical sitcom. After his father passes away and leaves the local pub to Romesh, he is forced to run it, much to his dismay. Expect laughs, pints and a fair share of pork scratchings in Season 2 on Now TV.
5 September – The Loudest Voice
Based on the bestselling novel by Gabriel Sherman, The Loudest Voice tells the story of Roger Ailes who made Fox News the media influencing machine it is today. The star-studded cast includes Russell Crowe, Naomi Watts and Sienna Miller to name a few.
9 September – Keeping Up With The Kardashians S17
S1 to S16 are currently available now to stream
Need your Kardashian fix? Well, look no further because season 17 (yes, 17!) has arrived. If you’re interested in Kanye’s newest fashion venture, Kylie’s pregnancy rumours or you just love watching rich people cry, you won’t be disappointed.
13 September – Temple
This gripping Sky original sees Mark Strong play Daniel Milton, a doctor gone rogue. When Daniel finds out his wife is harbouring a life-threatening illness he decides to start an underground clinic beneath the Temple London Underground tube station. Slowly his secret life unravels and we see just how far he will go for love.
25 September – City on a Hill
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have produced this Boston crime series, based on the real-life “Boston Miracle”. A district attorney and corrupt FBI agent, played by Kevin Bacon, come together to take on a case that shakes the very core of the criminal justice system.
26 September – Frayed
Award-winning Australian comedian, Sarah Kendall stars in this Sky original comedy. It follows the journey of Sammy Cooper, a wealthy London housewife in the 80s, who is forced to revisit her childhood home in Australia. Once she’s back she’s met with old demons from her past.
TBC – American Horror Story S9
Cult series, American Horror Story returns for its ninth season as an 80s camp-style slasher. Much of the old cast will be back but well-known actor and AMH favourite, Evan Peters, sadly won’t be returning. Not a huge amount is known about the new season but judging by the reception of previous season’s it’s likely to be a hit.
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6 September – Holmes & Watson
Elementary! Our favourite comedy duo are back and better than ever and this time they’re reincarnating Britain’s most loved detective duo, Sherlock Holmes and his dutiful assistant, Watson. Watch them as they attempt to foil a plot to kill the Queen.
13 September – The Predator
The most deadly predator in the universe is back and stronger than ever. With DNA upgrades from other species, the creatures have reached their peak. Trevante Rhodes stars alongside a motley crew of ex-soldiers to overcome these terrifying monsters. Prepare yourself for some good wholesome dismemberment and explosive action.
20 September – Bohemian Rhapsody
Watch in awe as Rami Malek, playing the legendary Freddie Mercury, revives the music of Britain’s best-loved band, Queen in a performance that won him an Oscar award this year. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or you’re just looking for a good romp, you’ll no doubt go absolutely gaga for this biopic.
27 September – Hotel Mumbai
You’ll be sitting on the edge of your seat by the end of this thrilling true story, and Sky original, Hotel Mumbai. The plot follows the 2008 terrorist attack of the famous Taj Hotel in Mumbai. Dev Patel and Armie Hammer star in this tense thriller.
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6 September – England vs Italy at 6pm
England’s last warm-up game before the Rugby World Cup
6 September – Scotland vs Russia at 7:30pm
Our northern neighbours take on Russia in the Euro 2020 Qualifiers
6 September – Packers vs Bears at 12:30 am
The NFL 2019 season gets underway
4-8 September – Fourth Ashes Test from 10am
England take on Australia at Old Trafford in Manchester
8 September – Italian Grand Prix at 1:10pm
Formula One returns to Ferrari’s home at Monza
9 September – Northern Ireland vs Germany at 7pm
Can Northern Ireland maintain their flawless Euro 2020 Qualifier record?
9 September – Scotland vs Belgium at 7pm
Eden Hazard’s Belgium take on Scotland in another Qualifier game
9 September – Wales vs Belarus at 7:40pm
Gareth Bale will hope to enhance Wales’ Euro 2020 chances
12-16 September – Fifth Ashes Test from 10am
Could decide whether England bring the Ashes home
22 September – Chelsea vs Liverpool at 4:30pm
Former Premier League champions take on aspiring champions
22 September – Singapore Grand Prix at 12:10pm
Formula One returns to Marina Bay Circuit for the night race
29 September – Russian Grand Prix at 12:10pm
Will anyone be able to stop dominant Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton?
30 September – Manchester United vs Arsenal at 8pm
What better way to end the month?
Coming to Now TV in October 2019
The fun doesn’t stop there, here’s a teaser for what to look forward to next month…
How To Train Your Dragon: Hidden World
The latest addition to the popular movie franchise. No doubt this will go down a storm with the little ones.
Now TV has preempted the perfect antidote for those winter blues in the form of some badass females.
With it edging closer to Halloween, what better way to spook yourself than watching this remake of the old classic.
Catherine the Great
Perfect to fill that period drama shaped hole in your life. Helen Mirren will add a touch of class to your evenings in.
HBO’s action-packed series is set to pack a punch this October.
What is Now TV?
Now TV is an online subscription-based streaming service that allows viewers to watch Sky programming without paying for a Sky TV contract, or even owning a TV set. Sounds good, right? Since you have to be signed up to Sky in order to access Sky Go, Sky’s streaming service, Now TV is the best alternative because you can get set up in a matter of minutes, start streaming content instantly on multiple devices, you’re not beholden to any long-term contracts, and you can cancel your subscription at any time.
How much does Now TV cost?
Now TV offers different “passes” as opposed to a one-service-fits-all subscription like that of rivals, Netflix. There’s a Sky Cinema Pass for the film buffs in our midst, an Entertainment Pass for TV show addicts, and a number of other packages, all tailored to suit your tastes and pockets.
You can even mix and match the passes if you’re struggling to decide. Certain passes are also available for purchase at varying lengths of time ranging from a single day and up to six months. Below is a list of all the different passes Now TV offers with their prices per month.
Entertainment Pass – £7.99
Sky Cinema Pass – £11.99
Sky Sports Pass – £33.99, but daily and weekly passes are cheaper
Kids Pass – £3.99
Hayu Pass – £3.99
New customers receive a seven-day free trial when they sign up. Even though you need to fill your card details when setting up your account, you’ll be able to disable your account before payment kicks in provided it’s before the seven-day window. This gives you enough time to decide if the service is right for you.
What devices does Now TV work on?
Now TV’s programs and apps can be downloaded onto a total of six devices but you can only stream content on any two of these devices simultaneously. The service works with a range of compatible devices
- Laptops and computers
- Games consoles (Xbox One and PlayStation 4)
- Smart devices (TV’s, Blu-ray players, Chromecast, Roku Streaming Stick, etc)
Alternatively, you can purchase a Now TV Smart Stick or Now TV Smart Box. Smart sticks start at £14.99 or there’s the bundle option that includes the Smart Stick and Now TV pass. You can swap in any of the different passes when purchasing your bundle.
How to watch Now TV abroad?
Many popular streaming and subscription services are notorious for geo-blocking their services, and Now TV is no different. If you’re abroad and searching for a solution to this frustrating problem, then a good VPN service is the only thing that will come to your rescue.
VPNs offer users complete privacy whilst browsing online through a number of methods. Your user logs won’t be stored and your search history and connection will be encrypted to make all your online activity virtually untraceable.
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By tunnelling your connection through different countries and changing your IP address, a VPN tricks your device into thinking you’re in an entirely different country. So, for example, you could be holidaying in the US and still watch UK content.
This allows you to bypass geo-restrictions and therefore continue watching your favourite movies, TV shows and even live sports as if you were browsing from your couch at home. While there are tons of different VPN services, there’s only one we can confidently say will help you unblock Now TV when you’re abroad…
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