Feel like you’ve run out of things to watch while you’ve been stuck inside?
Luckily, September is here which means a shed load of original content is coming to Sky.
Maisie Williams will appear in her first major TV role since Game of Thrones in the new, chaos fuelled Sky original comedy Two Weeks to Live.
And Jude Law and Naomie Harris will appear in ambitious drama The Third Day.
Here is a list of all the new TV series coming to Sky in September 2020.
The Third Day – All episodes from September 15
Starring Jude Law and Naomie Harris, The Third Day is the first original drama to be produced by Sky’s new production house, Sky Studios.
The story is told over six episodes and in two distinct, but interconnected halves.
“Summer” follows Sam (Law), after he is drawn to a mysterious island off the British coast inhabited by a group of islanders set on preserving their traditions at any cost.
“Winter” follows Helen (Harris), who also comes to the island seeking answers, but whose arrival precipitates a fractious battle to decide its fate.
Two Weeks to Live – All episodes from September 2
Maisie Williams stars in the Sky original comedy as Kim Stokes, a strange young misfit raised in remote isolation by her survivalist mother Tina (Sian Clifford).
She’s less like a young woman and more like a great white shark who can strip a Smith & Wesson pistol in 6 seconds.
Kim sets out into the real world for the first time on a secret mission, but when she encounters hapless brothers Nicky and Jay at their local pub, a seemingly harmless prank sets in motion a series of events that sees them all on the run from murderous gangsters.
The Russell Howard Hour S4 – Episodes weekly from September 10
Russell Howard, one of Britain’s most successful comedians, returns to present his satirical take on global news, politics and stories with the fourth series of The Russell Howard Hour.
The critically acclaimed show has been home to in-depth interviews with guests including Ed Sheeran, Jim Carrey, Jack Black, Naomi Klein, Louis Theroux, Tyson Fury, John Oliver and Alesha Dixon.
Brian Johnson Meets Dave Grohl – September 17
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson meets Foo Fighters lead singer and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl at the Foo’s LA studio to share stories about life on the road.
Sky Arts Late – September 17
Sky Arts Late is a new late-night, feature-length monthly arts and culture show.
Tim Marlow hosts alongside a cast of leading and new voices from across arts.
English National Opera: Drive & Live – September 23
English National Opera: Drive & Live, in partnership with the ENO. Sky Arts will film and broadcast the ENO’s much-anticipated return to live performance in September with a drive-in, super-sized, and socially distanced production of La Bohème at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Danny Dyer on Harold Pinter – September 22
Taken under his wing following roles in films like 1997’s Human Traffic, Pinter cast Dyer in several of his plays, including No Man’s Land and The Homecoming.
12 years after Pinter’s death, Danny takes a look back at his mentor’s work and the profound influence he had on his life.
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Rankin’s 2020 – September (TBC)
Acclaimed photographer Rankin is inviting everyone with a smartphone or camera to join him in a mass-participation photography project to document 2020–a year like no other– to find the best amateur and professional photographers through submissions on Instagram.
No Masks – September (TBC)
No Masks from Theatre Royal Stratford East and Moonshine Features present a new work based on the real-life experiences and testimonies of key workers from East London.
Guy Garvey: From The Vaults – All episodes from September 18
Elbow frontman and broadcaster Guy Garvey lifts the lid on two decades of TV gold– with era-defining musical performances, long lost studio appearances and revealing interviews that have remained on the shelves for decades.
Madness: Before And After – September 19
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of one of the UK’s most successful and popular bands, this intimate portrait of Madness was captured in 2019 as the group play three homecoming shows at Camden’s Roundhouse and a unique show at the Electric Ballroom.
The Forgotten West Memphis Three – September 20
Based on the hit podcast Truth & Justice, this series follows the podcast host Bob Ruff as he re-examines the 1993 murders of 8-year-old Stevie Branch, Michael Moore and Christopher Byers, using new technology and investigative insights in the hope of uncovering new information for the victims’ families.
The Trade Season 2 – September 2
The Trade returns with a four-episode series following Central Americans on an odyssey to the United States (and others heading back home after being deported), while also delving into the shadow industries that prey on them every step of the way.
Extreme Animals: One Wild Day – September 13
Patrick Aryee narrates this Sky original series following the roller-coaster that is one day in the wild. For some animals 24 hours is the blink of an eye – for others it’s an entire lifetime – but for every creature there’s a moment in its day it must take advantage of to survive.