TV September 2017: the best of what to watch
From the release of the biggest new drama on Sky Atlantic to the second and third series of beloved shows: September is a good month for TV
Now that Pablo Escobar has been... dealt with... season three of this Netflix Original Series swivels to follow the story of the corrupt, powerful and hugely profitable world of Colombia's Cali Cartel.Read more ...
Doctor Foster is back! Picking up the storyline two or so years since we last saw Gemma (Suranne Jones) her husband Simon (Bertie Carvel) and his mistress Kate Parks (Jodie Comer).
Despite the restraining order that was handed out at the end of the first series, it seems that Simon is back in town, and the family has a fight on its hands.Read more ...
Sky Atlantic's Tin Star stars Mad Men's Christina Hendricks and English Pulp Fiction actor Tim Roth in a Rocky Mountains revenge thriller.
This ten-part series is set in the Canadian Rockies, where expat British police officer (Roth) takes a stand against an oil company fronted by the mysterious Mrs Bradshaw (Hendricks). The oil company brings organised crime to the sleepy town, causing an eruption of violence.Read more ...
Season two of ITV's period drama Victoria arrives at the end of August, but will have you snuggled up on your sofa throughout September.
Prepare to see the young Queen face new challenges as reluctant parent, subservient wife and dutiful monarch
The first two episodes of the J.K. Rowling mini-series on BBC One arrived with great aplomb. The rest of the series comes to screens this September.
Follow private investigator Cormoran Strike and his assistant and secretary, Robin Ellacott as they tackle cases that have baffled the police.Read more ...
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