New movies and TV shows in September 2022

New movies and TV shows in September 2022

New movies and TV shows in September 2022

Pinocchio, Andor and Hocus Pocus 2 are among the main offerings on Disney + UK in September.  (Disney)

Pinocchio, Andor And Hocus Pocus 2 are among the main offers on Disney + UK in September. (Disney)

This year’s annual Disney + Day will take place on September 8, with Disney + UK launching a new series of new movies and TV in a 24-hour celebration. The latest Marvel release Thor: Love and thunder makes her streaming debut that day, along with the new interpretation of Robert Zemeckis Pinocchio and a limited series on the life of Mike Tyson.

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Elsewhere this month, the highlight is Andor – a Star Wars series that traces the rebellious career of Thief One extraordinary Cassian Andor, once again played by Diego Luna. There’s also the long-awaited sequel to the cult classic Hocus Pocus and captivating nature documentary Supernaturalwhich has James Cameron as producer and Benedict Cumberbatch as narrator.

Here’s what’s coming to the Disney streaming platform this month …

Original films coming to Disney + UK in September 2022

Pinocchio (September 8)

Arriving on screens before Guillermo del Toro’s stop motion tackles the story of the wooden puppet desperately trying to become a real boy, the live-action version of Robert Zemeckis’ animated classic features Tom Hanks as Geppetto. He is a lonely wood carver who creates a child, who is given his life by the Blue Fairy, played by Cynthia Erivo.

The cast of the film also includes Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the voice of Jiminy Cricket and Luke Evans as the sinister coachman.

Thor: Love and thunder (September 8)

Just a few months after its theatrical appearance, Taika Waititi’s thunderous superhero sequel will be available for viewing at home. The story meets Chris Hemsworth’s Thor as he tries to find himself in the wake Avengers: End of the gameonly to be thrown back into action by the arrival of Christian Bale’s sadistic villain Gorr the God Butcher, and the re-emergence of his ex Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), who now plays Mjolnir as Mighty Thor.

As has become common with Marvel releases, this one comes bundled with the making documentary Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Thor: Love and Thunder.

Mija (September 16)

Mexican-American director Isabel Castro’s debut film earned huge critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and was subsequently picked up by Disney. This is followed by music manager Doris Muñoz, who works to highlight Latin artists and ties to a singer that they are both the first American-born members of their undocumented immigrant families.

Hocus Pocus 2 (September 30)

Almost 30 years after the original witch fantasy Hocus Pocus arrived in theaters, it is firmly set as perhaps the last cult Halloween movie. Take a step forward And The proposal Director Anne Fletcher became the director for this sequel, which brings back Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker as the coven of the Sanderson brothers.

The sequel sees high school students forced to unite in an attempt to stop the sisters as they emerge in today’s Salem. Creature specialist and Guillermo del Toro’s regular collaborator Doug Jones plays a zombified ex-boyfriend of Midler’s character.

Original TV shows coming to Disney + UK in September 2022

Grill S1 (September 7)

One of several South Korean series made under the Disney + banner, Grill follows a team of detectives on the trail of the mysterious Ghost figure. Having previously created the titular system to save humanity from climate disaster, he is now involved in a murder.

Car on the road S1 (September 8)

Owen Wilson returns to voice Lightning McQueen in the Pixar Cars on the Road series.  (Disney)

Owen Wilson returns to voice Lightning McQueen in the Pixar series Car on the road. (Disney)

Pixar is very popular Cars the franchise is back on the small screen with this road trip series. Owen Wilson returns to voice Lightning McQueen alongside Larry the Cable Guy as Mater, with the characters traveling to meet Mater’s sister and meeting many new faces along the way.

Epic adventures with Bertie Gregory S1 (September 8)

This National Geographic documentary follows nature director Bertie Gregory as he takes his camera with him on an intrepid journey to some of the most inhospitable and secretive places on Earth.

Growing up S1 (September 8)

The fruit of Captain Marvel starring Brie Larson, this 10-part series explores the challenges of adolescence. Each episode focuses on a different young man as she reveals her childhood experiences, aided by dramatic reenactments.

Mike (September 8)

Jamie Foxx has spoken openly about his training to play controversial boxer Mike Tyson in a future biopic. But, for now, it is Moonlight the extraordinary Trevante Rhodes wearing boxing gloves for this eight-part drama. It was made without Tyson’s input and, perhaps as a result, doesn’t punch in discussing his 1992 rape conviction and numerous other darker elements of the star’s history.

Obi-Wan Kenobi: The Return of a Jedi (September 8)

Building on the success of the Disney + series Obi-Wan Kenobithis special documentary explores the making of the show and the process that led Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen to return to their last roles more than 15 years ago.

The Simpsons: Welcome to the Club (September 8)

The latest in the world-based Disney + short film series The Simpsonsthis story follows Lisa as she goes from wanting to be a princess to deciding that being evil could be more fun.

Tierra Incognita S1 (September 8)

Pedro Maurizi leads the cast of this Latin American series as a teenager who decides to escape from his grandparents’ home to try to get answers about the disappearance of his parents years ago. The investigation takes him to the titular horror theme park.

Wedding season S1 (September 8)

Earlier this year, Oliver Lyttelton created the BBC comedy Cheaters and is back again with a twist in romantic comedy Wedding season. Katie (Rosa Salazar) and Stefan (Gavin Drea) find themselves experiencing a whirlwind romance as they attend a string of summer weddings, only things go wrong when a horrific crime is perpetrated, and they are both suspicious.

Maggie S1 (September 14)

Based on a short film, this 13-episode sitcom follows the troubles of the titular psychic (Rebecca Rittenhouse), who repeatedly has visions of her own future.

Andor S1 (first three episodes on September 21, then weekly)

Cassian Andor made a great first impression before being summarily kicked off at the climax of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. So much so that Diego Luna was given the opportunity to deepen the story of the character as a rebel figure in 12 parts Star Wars series Andor. Stellan Skarsgård and Adria Arjona are among the new faces, while memorable characters like Mon Mothma (Genevieve O’Reilly) and Saw Gerrera (Forest Whitaker) return to the fold.

Read more: All we know Andor

With plenty of Star Wars series still in the pipeline, Andor it’s a great way to expand the galaxy world far, far away during the era of imperial control.

Novice cops S1 (September 21)

Another Korean series, this drama follows a group of elite recruits from the Korean National Police University, who fight to justify their positions in such an exclusive police college.

Supernatural (21 September)

Benedict Cumberbatch tells the new Super / Natural nature documentary series.  (National Geographic / Disney)

Benedict Cumberbatch tells a new series of nature documentaries Supernatural. (National Geographic / Disney)

With James Cameron as executive producer and Benedict Cumberbatch lending his soothing tones to the storytelling, Supernatural it has all the ingredients for a great spectacle of nature. Using state-of-the-art shooting techniques, the documentary brings audiences into the adaptations and unique abilities of creatures from around the world.

The Kardashians S2 (weekly from 22 September)

The first reality TV family is back, with full access cameras once again aimed at the clan as they prowl the celebrity world.

Reasonable doubt S1 (September 27)

This legal drama follows a powerful defense attorney in Los Angeles trying to hold his life together and win a complex murder case at the same time.

The old S1 (weekly from 28 September)

Jeff Bridges plays an out-of-the-ordinary former CIA agent in the thriller series The Old Man. (FX / Disney)

Jeff Bridges plays a former CIA agent out of the ordinary in a thriller series The old. (FX / Disney)

Based on a thriller novel by Thomas Perry, The old centers on a retired CIA agent played by Jeff Bridges, who is trying to live a life away from the dangers of his past life. Of course, things don’t stay quiet for long and she’ll soon defend herself against a killer and the wide-ranging impact of his past actions.

More movies and TV coming to Disney + UK in September 2022

September 7

Merlin (S1-5)

September 8

Frozen sings together (2010)

Frozen II sings together (2019)

September 9

Spider-Man: In the Spider’s Verse (2018)

Watch: Trailer for Spider-Man: In the Spider’s Verse

September 16

The shape of water (2017)

September 23

The greatest showman (2017)

September 30th

Brazil (1985)

Watch: Trailer for The greatest showman

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