The 10 must-watch new (and old) arrivals on Disney+ this September 3 months ago

The 10 must-watch new (and old) arrivals on Disney+ this September

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All of the brand new additions to the Disney+ platform that we recommend you check out over the 30 days of the month!

Disney+ has an exceptional mix of new shows and movies to enjoy, as well as classic additions, some of which have been previously unavailable on any other streaming platform.

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Exciting times!

Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles - 3 September

"I’ve never done anything like this before." Teaming up with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, the so-hot-right-now Billie Eilish celebrates the launch of her sophomore album Happier Than Ever with this unique performance.

Clip via Disney Plus

The Martian - 3 September

Matt Damon headlines this sci-fi/action/comedy (ALL of the genres!) as an astronaut who is accidentally left behind on Mars when his team's missions goes awry. While the rest of the crew try to figure out how to return to the red planet to save him, he must use his unique ingenuity to somehow survive alone for months on end.

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American Horror Stories - 8 September

A spin-off of the hugely popular American Horror Story series, this is also an anthology season, but unlike the original AHS (which told one story across one season), each episode of American Horror Stories will tell a different spooky tale.

Clip via TV Promos

Walk The Line - 10 September

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Reece Witherspoon won the Oscar for Best Actress, while her co-star Joaquin Phoenix was nominated for Best Actor, for their portrayals of June Carter and Johnny Cash in this much-loved biopic.

9/11 Memorial Titles - 10 September

To commemorate the 20-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Disney+ will be hosting a series of documentary titles telling stories around that day, including: 9/11 Control the Skies, 9/11: The Plane that Hit the Pentagon, and George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview.

The Orville - 15 September

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The first two seasons of this sci-fi comedy will be available to watch this month, with creator Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, American Dad) as the captain of a Star Trek-esque exploratory vessel, sent off into space to discover new life and new civilisations.

Deadpool - 17 September

Now that Disney owns Fox, the Marvel properties that Fox owned (the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, etc.) are now back under the Marvel umbrella (which Disney also owns). So that now includes Deadpool, and with Ryan Reynolds rumoured to be reuniting with his Free Guy director for the upcoming Deadpool 3, now is the perfect time to get reacquainted.

Y: The Last Man - 22 September

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This looooooooong-in-the-making sci-fi drama is finally here! After a cataclysmic event has killed every mammal with a Y chromosome but for one man (Ben Schnetzer), who attempts to navigate the new world, which just happens to be run by his own mother, President Jennifer Brown (Diane Lane).

Clip via Skybot Film

Broken Arrow - 24 September

Before he made his Hollywood action masterpiece Face/Off, director John Woo let John Travolta off the leash in this OTT action-thriller. Travolta is the renegade soldier who tries to steal a couple of nuclear bombs from the US government, and only his best friend Christian Slater is able to stop him.

The Descendants - 24 September

This Oscar-winning comedic drama has George Clooney playing the distant father to two daughters (one of whom is Shailene Woodley), and is forced to attempt to reconnect with them when his wife/their mother suffers from a mysterious injury during a boating accident.

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