TV guide for September shows on Netflix, Disney+, HBO Go, Viu and iQiyi

Threat Zone (Nonetheless: iQiyi)

Each month, we’ll inform you about new presentations to hit terrestrial and cable channels, in addition to streaming websites in Singapore. We’ll additionally spotlight the tv presentations that you simply’ve were given to be house (or in your telephone) to catch each and every month.

On The Job (Still: HBO)

On The Process (Nonetheless: HBO)


September is a thrilling month to get up to, with a smorgasbord of presentations throughout other genres. HBO GO brings Philippines crime drama On The Process to monitors, whilst its cable channel HBO carries a remake of a Swedish vintage, Scenes From A Marriage. Cash Heist returns for Section 5 on Netflix, and a reimagination of everybody’s favorite musclebound hero, He-Guy and the Masters of the Universe, may be on Netflix. iQiyi has Threat Zone to supply fanatics of crime dramas, and if you are a Megastar Wars fanatic, then you’ve got to catch Megastar Wars: Visions on Disney+.

Money Heist. (Still: Netflix)

Cash Heist. (Nonetheless: Netflix)

Cash Heist – Section 5 Quantity 1 (3 Sep), Netflix

In Section 5 of Cash Heist, the staff has been trapped within the Financial institution of Spain for greater than 4 days and one in all their very own is in grave risk. As they try to flee, they be informed {that a} fatal new enemy is coming — the military. Although they live on this heist, they would possibly not make it out unscathed.

It is not that the crowd in Cash Heist hasn’t been in in a similar way dire straits (bear in mind Season 2?), however this time they have were given a whole military coming for them. Additionally, their benefactor, the Professor, is in a relatively… precarious state of affairs. We all know they’re going to break out, it is only a topic of what they’re going to must sacrifice to take action. And that’s the reason all a part of the draw of the sequence, is not it?

Threat Zone (3 Sep), iQiyi

After a chain of unsolved murder instances, the police must co-operate with a jail inmate to seek out the actual culprit at the back of the crimes. However an coming near near disaster looms, and if the town is to live on, each side will have to set aside their variations and paintings in combination — or face the effects.

Is that Christopher Lee that you simply noticed within the trailer? That is proper, he’s in Danger Zone and seems to be a grizzled, veteran police officer who has to unravel those murders. The motion appears to be like slick, if somewhat formulaic, and there seems to be a cat and mouse recreation happening as neatly. Not anything hooks audience like a excellent crime tale, and it sort of feels like Threat Zone could also be it for iQiyi.

On The Process (12 Sep), HBO GO

This drama sequence from the Philippines revolves round crime syndicates that briefly unlock reduced in size jail inmates to hold out political assassinations for the ones in energy. However because it seems, the ones crime syndicates are run by way of politicians themselves. As regulation enforcers fight to discover the reality at the back of those assassinations, without equal winners could also be the syndicates themselves. Impressed by way of true occasions.

On The Process sounds uncannily like a real-life, non-super-powered Suicide Squad, the place criminals are launched to accomplish off-the-books assignments. In fact, the adaptation is that the politicians also are syndicate leaders. It is an intriguing premise and a have a look at crime dramas but even so the ones in Hong Kong. And because the identify implies, it’ll simply be a task for everybody concerned — not anything private about it.

Scenes From A Marriage (13 Sep), HBO

An adaption of the 1973 Swedish sequence of the similar title, Scenes From A Marriage examines the wedding between assured, bold tech government (Jessica Chastain) and a cerebral and accommodating philosophy professor (Oscar Isaac). As their marriage deteriorates, they uncover that that it is not only one match that has led to it, however a end result in their emotions over time.

The unique Swedish sequence used to be mentioned to have influenced filmmakers like Ari Aster, Richard Linklater, or even Woody Allen, so I am eagerly expecting how this remake will best that. It used to be according to the private stories of writer-director Ingmar Bergman together with his personal marriage and his folks’ marriage, which accounts for its authenticity and realism. This new sequence updates one of the crucial context to compare these days’s context, however human nature hasn’t modified in all that point. Will this sequence have the ability to affect a brand new technology of filmmakers, like its predecessor did?

He-Guy And The Masters Of The Universe (16 Sep), Netflix

A brand new adaptation of the He-Guy and the Masters of the Universe franchise, this 3-D-animated sequence follows the adventures of He-Guy and his staff of awkward pals as they search to thwart Skeletor’s evil plans. Every hero is a “Grasp” in his or her personal proper, and in combination they’ll be triumphant.

To not be perplexed with the extra adult-oriented Masters of the Universe: Revelation sequence, this display turns out targetted squarely at a more youthful target market. The nature designs, sadly, do not glance fairly as memorable. However they are embracing the uncle-nephew courting between Skeletor and He-Guy on this sequence, so possibly we would possibly get some circle of relatives drama out of it. Alternatively, seeing He-Guy put on garments will take some being used to.

Megastar Wars: Visions (22 Sep), Disney+

Megastar Wars: Visions is an anime anthology sequence by way of seven Eastern studios that marks the franchise’s first formal challenge into this style. This number of anime quick motion pictures will discover other corners of the Megastar Wars universe, from the Hutts to the Jedi, in a contemporary however acquainted shape.

“A lightsaber is the stuff of youngsters’s desires” — with a quote like that from the animators, you already know that they are drawing near the sequence with the similar sense of awe and sweetness because the fanatics have for Megastar Wars. The nearest we have now come to an anime sequence thus far has been Tartakovsky’s Megastar Wars: Clone Wars sequence, however the artwork taste is so unique that you simply both like it or hate it (I hate it). Whilst the technological and armed forces side may not be all that other when translated to anime, the lightsaber fights and extra mystical parts of Megastar Wars will no doubt be attention-grabbing to look in the course of the lens of Eastern sensibilities.

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. (Still: Netflix)

He-Guy and the Masters of the Universe. (Nonetheless: Netflix)


Channel 5

Projek Lagu (7 Sep, Tuesdays 8.30pm)

The Cheaters App (7 Sep, Tuesdays 10pm)

Reka 2.0 (13 Sep, Mondays 8.30pm)


Dendam Cinta Arissa (1 Sep, Wednesdays 9.30pm)


Achamillai Manamae (27 Sep, Mondays 10pm)

Star Wars: Visions (Still: Disney+)

Megastar Wars: Visions (Nonetheless: Disney+)


BBC Earth (StarHub Ch 407)

The place the Wild Males Are with Ben Fogle (Season 8) (6 Sep, Mondays 9.55pm)

Eden: Untamed Planet (17 Sep, Fridays 8.05pm)

Arctic Flow: A 12 months In The Ice (23 Sep, Fridays 9.55pm)

BBC First (StarHub Ch 502)

The Baptiste (Season 2) (24 Sep)

The North Water (Liberate date TBA)

BBC Way of life (StarHub Ch 432)

Rick Stein’s Cornwall (6 Sep, Mondays 7.30pm)

Bake Off – The pros Collection (29 Sep, Wednesdays 7.30pm)

Boomerang (StarHub Ch 317; Singtel Ch 228)

Barbie: Large Town reams (11 Sep, Saturday 6pm & 12 Sep, Sunday 8am)

Cool animated film Community (StarHub Ch 316; Singtel Ch 226)

Summer season Camp Island (11 Sep, Saturdays and Sundays 1.30pm)

CBeebies (StarHub Ch 303)

My International Kitchen (Season 4) (2 Sep, Mondays to Fridays 8.40pm)

Swashbuckle (Season 5) (20 Sep, Mondays to Fridays 8.15pm)

GardenTales (24 Sep, Mondays to Fridays 6.15pm)

HBO (StarHub Ch 601; Singtel Ch 420)

The Marksman (4 Sep, Saturdays 9pm)

Freaky (11 Sep, Saturdays 10pm)

Scenes From A Marriage (13 Sep, Mondays 9am and 10pm)

Let Him Pass (25 Sep, Saturdays 9pm)

Oh!Ok (StarHub Ch 816; Singtel Ch 525)

The Veil (18 Sep, Saturdays and Sundays 7.50pm)

Scenes From A Marriage (Still: HBO)

Scenes From A Marriage (Nonetheless: HBO)


BBC Participant

Inside of No. 9 (1 Sep)


The D’Amelio Display (3 Sep)

Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter To Los Angeles (3 Sep)

Megastar Wars: Visions (22 Sep)


We are Right here (1 Sep)

At the Process (12 Sep)

Doom Patrol (Season 3) (23 Sep)

The No longer-Too-Overdue Display With Elmo (Season 2) (30 Sep)


Threat Zone (3 Sep)

Misplaced (4 Sep)

Prime Elegance (7 Sep0

Yumi’s Cells (17 Sep)

Fall In Love With A Scientist (Liberate date TBA)

Ceaselessly and Ever (Liberate date TBA)

Native land (Liberate date TBA)

My Center (Liberate date TBA)

Out Of The Dream (Liberate date TBA)


Turning Level: 9/11 And The Battle On Terror (1 Sep)

Cash Heist (Section 5 Quantity 1) (3 Sep)

Sharkdog (3 Sep)

Countdown: Inspiration4 Challenge To House (6 Sep)

Child Cosmic (Season 2) (7 Sep)

Into the Evening (Season 2) (8 Sep)

The Circle (Season 3) (8 Sep)

Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali (9 Sep)

The Girls And The Assassin (9 Sep)

Kate (movie) (10 Sep)

Prey (movie) (10 Sep)

Schumacher (15 Sep)

Too Sizzling To Take care of Latino (15 Sep)

He-Guy And The Masters Of The Universe (16 Sep)

Ankahi Kahaniya (17 Sep)

Lil’ Wild (17 Sep)

Intercourse Schooling (Season 3) (17 Sep)

Squid Recreation (17 Sep)

Love On The Spectrum (Season 2) (21 Sep)

Intrusion (movie) (22 Sep)

Monsters Inside of: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan (22 Sep)

Bangkok Breaking (23 Sep)

Blood & Water (Season 2) (24 Sep)

Jailbirds New Orleans (24 Sep)

My Little Pony: A New Era (24 Sep)

Ada Twist, Scientist (28 Sep)

The Chestnut Guy (29 Sep)

Love 101 (Season 2) (30 Sep)

Baki Hanma (Liberate date TBA)

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