Movies and Shows coming to Sky/Now TV In September 2023

Scream VI, Knock at the Cabin, and Tár are among the big movies premiering on Sky Cinema and Now TV in September, details of which can be found in our streaming preview.

There are some interesting new TV shows coming our way too, including a documentary about actor Otto Baxter and his efforts to make a short film, and The Lovers, a new rom-com starring Johnny Flynn and Roisin Gallagher. 

Check out our highlights below and then keep scrolling to check out the other titles being released on Sky/Now TV in September. 

Please note: This list is correct at the time of writing but the Sky/Now TV schedule may be subject to change.


September 1

Tár (2022)

In Todd Field’s powerful movie, Cate Blanchett gives a magnificent performance as Lydia Tár, a renowned conductor for the Berlin Philharmonic, who is accused of sexual misconduct.

Field wields his baton with effortless ease to give us a performance-driven movie that was deservedly nominated for several Oscars but disappointingly went home with nothing. Don’t let that put you off this breathtaking piece of cinema!

September 2

Accident Man: Hitman’s Holiday (2022)

The Accident Man is back and this time around, he has to battle the greatest assassins in the world after being tasked with protecting the ungrateful son of a mafia boss. John Wick this movie is not but if you’re a Scott Adkins fan, you might get a kick out of this dumb but fun action movie. 

September 3

Sharp Stick (2022)

Lena Dunham’s first movie directorial outing in 12 years (after 2010’s Tiny Furniture), is this emotionally intense drama about a naive 26-year-old (Kristine Froseth) who enters into a journey of sexual awakening after beginning an affair with her older employer (Jon Bernthal).

September 7

The Lovers – Season 1 (Sky Atlantic)

Here’s the synopsis for this new romantic comedy starring Johnny Flynn and Roisin Gallagher (source):

Janet is a foul-mouthed, hilarious, Belfast supermarket worker who couldn’t give a s*** about anything much at all, not least her own life. Seamus is an urbane, political broadcaster with what looks to be a perfect London life and a celebrity girlfriend. So when Seamus unexpectedly drops into Janet’s world (literally over her wall and into her back garden) they understandably get off on the wrong foot. But somehow they find themselves puzzlingly drawn to one another.

September 8

Scream VI (2023)

Originality is in short supply in this latest installment in the Scream franchise but it’s still fairly enjoyable, even if it’s not quite as good as Wes Craven’s original movie that subverted the well-worn tropes found within the slasher genre. 

In this new movie, the survivors of the last batch of Woodboro killings relocate to New York. But surprise surprise, Ghostface is not too far behind. Who’s beneath the mask? We aren’t telling! 

September 9

80 For Brady (2023)

Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Sally Field, and Rita Moreno star in this ‘inspired by a true story’ movie about four best friends (and New England Patriots fans) who take a life-changing trip to the Super Bowl L1 to catch a glimpse of their hero, Tom Brady. Chaos ensues!

September 10

Something in the Dirt (2022)

The latest movie from Justin Benson and Scott Moorhead (the directors of Endless and Spring) is just as bizarre as their previous offerings, which will either be a good or a bad thing, depending on your taste for weird sci-fi!

This one tells the story of two neighbours, John and Levi, who witness supernatural events in their LA apartment building. They decide to document their findings but as they uncover the truth about the strange phenomena they have discovered, their friendship takes a downward turn. 

September 15

Knock At The Cabin (2023)

The premise of this movie plays closely to the home invasion thrillers we have seen before but in true M. Night Shyamalan fashion, it has a twist that you might not see coming.

The plot centres around a young girl and her two dads who are vacationing at their family cabin. But their peaceful time together is interrupted by a group of armed strangers (including Dave Bautista) who arrive at their vacation home with an ominous warning about an impending apocalypse.

September 16

All My Puny Sorrows (2021)

Based on the 2014 international best-selling novel by Miriam Toews, this movie from director Michael McGowan (Saint Ralph) centres around two sisters, one of whom leads a seemingly perfect life but who wants to kill herself and the other whose life is a mess but who wants to go on living. Alison Pill and Sarah Gadon star in this emotional and intelligent tale.

September 17

Spin Me Round (2022)

This romantic comedy tells the story of Amber (Alison Brie), a restaurant manager who wins an all-expenses paid trip to her company’s gorgeous “institute” in Italy. Here, she meets the restaurant chain’s wealthy and charismatic owner and finds a different adventure than the one she imagined! 

Molly Shannon, Aubrey Plaza, and Alessandro Nivola also star in this humorous tale that manages to subvert the usual rom-com tropes. 

September 22

God is a Bullet (2023)

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau stars as Bob Hightower, a police detective who tries to infiltrate an evil cult to save his kidnapped daughter (Chloe Guy). The movie has an interesting premise but its execution is lacking according to the critics who were underwhelmed by this lurid tale. 

September 23

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (2022)

Jenny Slate, Isabella Rossellini, and Thomas Mann are among the voice cast of this imaginative animated tale about Marcel, an adorable, 1-inch-tall shell who wins millions of passionate fans after a documentary filmmaker posts a short film about him online. 

Otto Baxter: Not A F***ing Horror Story/The Puppet Asylum (Sky Documentaries)

The official description for this documentary and short film is as follows (source)

OTTO BAXTER: NOT A F***ING HORROR STORY follows Otto Baxter, a 35-year-old man with Down Syndrome, over six years, as he writes and directs a foul-mouthed, autobiographical comedy-horror-musical set in Victorian London. Otto, who has always struggled to explain how he feels, uses his film The Puppet Asylum to explore his birth, adoption and his epic battle with ‘The Master’ – an evil magician hell-bent on controlling his life.

During the filmmaking process Otto’s birth mother dies and he finds himself confronting life in the real world, including his future. Otto’s filmmaker friends Bruce Fletcher and Peter Beard help him to bring his vision to life, but also learn more about his unique perspective on the world and how they can play a role in his future.

Set in Victorian London, THE PUPPET ASYLUM, is an allegorical horror biopic written and directed by Otto Baxter as a reimagining of his own life, from birth to becoming his own master. Fusing horror, dark comedy, an evocative soundtrack and a foul-mouthed ventriloquist’s dummy, this entirely unique short film is a macabre story of a misunderstood child on a path to controlling their own life.

September 24

Swallowed (2022)

Cooper Koch, Jena Malone, and Jose Colon star in this nightmarish film about a wannabe gay porn star and his longtime pal whose final night together takes a dangerous turn when they meet a woman named Alice who turns them into drug mules. 

September 29

65 (2023)

From Scott Beck and Bryan Woods (the writers of A Quiet Place), comes this recent sci-fi thriller starring Adam Driver as a pilot who crashes lands on Earth millions of years in the past at a time when the planet is populated by dinosaurs! He must make his way through a dangerous terrain riddled with these prehistoric creatures in an epic fight for survival.

September 30 

Assassin Club (2023)

After Henry Golding’s assassin character is given a contract to kill seven people around the world, he discovers his targets are assassins who have been hired to kill him! The scene is set for an action-packed thrillfest…or so you would imagine!

This subpar John Wick clone was dead on arrival when it landed in cinemas due to the negative response from critics who considered the movie to be incompetent and boring!

Also Streaming…

September 1

Alfie (1966)

American Splendor (2003)

Black Sheep (1996)

Everybody Wants Some (2016)

Footloose (2011)

Gone Baby Gone (2007)

Halloween H20 (1998)

Halloween Resurrection (2012)

Halloween The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)

Inception (2010)

Interstellar (2014)

Kate & Leopold (2002)

National Security (2003)

Paranormal Activity 2 (2010)

Paranormal Activity 4 (2012)

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2014)

Paulie (1998)

Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland (Sky Documentaries)

Snatch (2000)

Species (1995)

Star Trek movie collection

The Accidental Spy (2001)

The Dictator (2012)

The Lawnmower Man (1992)

The Manchurian Candidate (2004)

Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)

Warrior – Season 3 (Sky Max)

September 6

Curse of Skinwalker Ranch – Season 4 (Sky History)

Turner Decoded (Sky Arts)

September 7

Pawn Stars – Season 24 (Sky History)

September 8

Drift: Partners in Crime: Part 2

September 13

Domina – Season 2 (Sky Atlantic)

Egypt’s Unexplained Files – Season 2 (Sky History)

September 15

Ready, Eddie, Go! (Sky Kids)

September 17

Inside Greenpeace (Sky Documentaries)

The Russell Murders: Who Killed Lin and Megan? (Sky Documentaries)

September 18

Fantasy Island – Season 2 (Sky Max)

Sex: A Bonkers History (Sky History)

Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens (Sky Kids)

September 28

Brassic – Season 5 (Sky Max)




What are you looking forward to on Sky/Now TV this month? Let us know in the comments below. 


2 thoughts on “Movies and Shows coming to Sky/Now TV In September 2023”

  1. Hi Roger, As far as i can tell online, Sky isn’t intending to show the stage musical. If they do intend to show it, we will add that to our Sky/Now TV previews when it is due to be shown. Thanks for getting in touch.

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