September will see a long list of new and returning TV shows coming to streaming services.
Arguably, Prime Video has the most anticipated project of the month with the debut of “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.” The series is a prequel, taking place thousands of years before the original trilogy and “The Hobbit” movies.
Disney+ is also offering a new fantasy series in September: “Star Wars: Andor,” which follows the franchise’s titular captain on a journey to make a difference.
Hulu will premiere the fifth season of the popular dystopian series “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which begins with the characters of June killing Commander Waterford and Serena trying to raise her profile as Gilead’s influence continues to grow.
Here, WWD rounds up 13 new TV shows to watch in September 2022. Read on to find out more.
“Devil in Ohio”
Streaming on Netflix on September 2
The thriller series tells the story of a hospital psychiatrist who protects a cult fugitive only to endanger her own family.
“The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power”
Streaming on Prime Video on September 2
The highly anticipated “Lord of the Rings” prequel series will air in September and take place thousands of years before the original trilogy and its “The Hobbit” films. The series stars Benjamin Walker, Ema Horvath, Maxim Baldry, Morfydd Clark and others.
Streaming on Hulu on September 8
The comedy-thriller series follows the love story of Katie and Stefan, who fell in love despite the fact that Katie was already engaged. At Katie’s wedding, her husband’s entire family is mysteriously murdered and the police believe that Stefan is behind the murders while he believes it was Katie.
Catch it on Showtime on September 9
A current reimagining of the 1980 film “American Gigolo” stars Jon Bernthal as Julian Kaye, who is released from prison after 15 years of being wrongfully convicted and navigates his complicated relationships with his ex-lover, his mother, and the people who betrayed him.
Streaming on Netflix on September 9
The fifth season of the hit show returns in September, continuing the story of the original characters in “The Karate Kid” movies.
“The Serpent Queen”
Catch it on Starz on 9/11
The drama series is based on the story of Catherine de’ Medici, who married a member of the French court as an orphaned teenager only to discover that her husband was in love with an older woman and was unable to conceive children.
Streaming on Netflix on September 14
A reboot of the original 1994 series, “Heartbreak High” is a coming-of-age story that follows a group of teenagers at an Australian high school.
“The Handmaid’s Tale”
Streaming on Hulu on September 14
The fifth season of the dystopian drama shows the aftermath of June killing Commander Waterford and follows Serena as she tries to raise her profile in Toronto as Gilead’s influence grows in Canada.
Broadcast on Peacock on September 15
The young adult show adapted from the book series of the same name follows two young women as they complete their education to enter vampire society.
“Destiny: The Winx Saga”
Streaming on Netflix on September 16
The second season of the fantasy series returns in September and continues the story of a group of fairies at a magical boarding school.
“Star Wars: Andorra”
Streaming on Disney+ on September 21
From the “Star Wars” franchise, “Andor” focuses on the titular captain’s journey to “discover the difference he can make.” The series stars Diego Luna, Forest Whitaker, Genevieve O’Reilly and others.
Streaming on Hulu on September 22
“The Kardashians” is back for season two, providing an inside look at Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson’s relationship, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s wedding and more from the reality TV family.
Streaming on Prime Video on September 30
The drama series is narrated through rap/drill music and dialogue to tell the stories of various strangers from the UK dealing with their own struggles.