There’s no doubt which will be the biggest release on Prime Video UK this month. The Lord of the Rings: The rings of powerset centuries before the main Lord of the Rings series, is the most expensive TV show of all time and a huge investment in the streaming service behind it. Led by Morfydd Clark as Galadriel, explore the forging of the titular rings and the rise of the evil Sauron.
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Elsewhere on the streamer this month, 2020 blockbusters Principle And Bill and Ted face the music will be available to subscribers. There is also an English-language remake of the mysterious European horror film Goodnight Momwith Naomi Watts in the title role.
Here’s what you can expect to see coming to Prime Video UK in the next month …
New movies coming to Prime Video UK in September 2022
Flight / Risk (September 9)
Karim Amer and Omar Mullick are at the helm of this documentary, which explores an extraordinary plane crash. He follows family members, whistleblowers and legal teams involved in the aftermath of the crash of two Boeing 737 Maxs over a six-month period in 2018 and 2019.
Goodnight Mom (September 16)
In 2014, the Austrian horror film Goodnight Mom received acclaim on its release and was selected as the country’s voice for the Oscar for Best International Feature Film. Now, director Matt Sobel has transplanted the story to the United States, starring Naomi Watts in the lead role of a woman wearing substantial bandages after her facial surgery. Soon, her twin children begin to suspect that the person under her bandages may not be their mother at all.
The exorcism of my best friend (September 30)
In this teenage horror set in the late 1980s, Eighth grade Up-and-coming star Elsie Fisher plays a teen who believes that something evil may have taken over her best friend (Amiah Miller) in the wake of an evening spent taking a skinny dip.
The film retraces his attempts to get his friend back, hoping that their bond is strong enough to overcome the malevolent forces.
New TV coming to Prime Video UK in September 2022
The Lord of the Rings: The rings of power S1 (weekly from 2 September)
The time has come. After months of first images and drip-fed information from filming in New Zealand, Prime Video is finally unveiled The Lord of the Rings: The rings of power. With opulent sets and a large ensemble cast, the series tells the story of the Second Age in Tolkien’s universe. Santa Maud star Morfydd Clark leads the cast as Galadriel, with Robert Aramayo playing Elrond.
As the series expands, it will describe the rise of Sauron and the process of creating the rings of power, as well as the never-before-seen reign of Númenor and the ultimate alliance between elves and men.
A private matter S1 (September 16)
This eight-part drama, set in the Spanish autonomous region of Galicia, follows a high society woman who joins forces with her butler to investigate a serial killer plaguing the area.
prism S1 (September 21)
This coming-of-age Italian drama follows the complex dynamics of gender and sexuality at play between a group of young people. Mattia Carrano leads the cast in the double role of a pair of twin brothers who look the same but live the world in extremely different ways.
Academy Dreams: Leeds United (September 23)
Football documentaries have become a hallmark of Prime Video’s production, with this one examining the inner workings of the Leeds academy during the 2021/22 season, a year in which they broke the record for most teenage rookies in a season of Premier League. Former footballer Vinnie Jones serves as the storyteller.
September mornings S2 (September 23)
Transgender singer-songwriter Liniker returns in the lead role of Cassandra in this Brazilian drama series about a trans woman trying to navigate dating while pursuing a career in music. The second season deals with the fallout from the arrival of Cassandra’s son.
Jungle S1 (September 30)
This six-part British drama uses an innovative combination of scripted dialogue and music to unravel a story set in the London rap and drill music scene. Featuring real artists from that world, it follows the intertwined stories of various strangers.
An Extraño Enemigo S2 (September 30)
Four years after its first season aired on Prime Video, this Mexican political thriller – the title translates as An unknown enemy – continues to explore the complex disputes surrounding Mexico City politics in the 1960s and 1970s.
More movies and TV to watch on Prime Video UK in September 2022
Goodnight Mom (2014)
Bill and Ted face the music (2020)
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