What’s New on Acorn TV? Acorn TV September 2023 Schedule (US)

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Last Updated on August 17, 2023 by Stefanie Hutson

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Acorn TV's September schedule isn't a long one, but there are some great new shows to check out. Continue down for the full list + descriptions.

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What's New On Acorn TV? The Acorn TV September 2023 Schedule…

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Continuing British TV Shows on Acorn TV in September 2023

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The Chelsea Detective returned for season 2 on August 28th

The Chelsea Detective, Season 2

This Acorn TV Original returns for season 2 with four feature-length episodes and a brand new co-lead. This time around, Adrian Scarborough's DI Max Arnold is joined by Vanessa Emme (Dublin Murders) as DS Layla Walsh. 

The series follows the houseboat-dwelling DI as he works through cases in one of London's poshest neighbourhoods – cases that often involve big money and big entitlement complexes.

RELATED: 10 of the Best British TV Shows Set in London, England


New British TV Shows on Acorn TV in September 2023

Acorn TV September 4th Premieres

There are no new shows premiering this Monday on Acorn TV – however, as mentioned in the section above, there IS a new episode of the continuing series The Chelsea Detective

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Acorn TV September 11th Premieres

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Spirit of Winter premieres on Acorn TV September 11th

Spirit of Winter (FRENCH, 2022)

On a cold Christmas morning, Nathalie wakes up with the feeling that something is very wrong in her home. The daughter she adopted 14 years earlier has begun acting strangely, and she can't shake the idea that something quite sinister is going on.

Three episodes, binge premiere.


Acorn TV September 18th Premieres

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Mrs Sidhu Investigates

Mrs. Sidhu Investigates (2023)

Meera Syal (The Kumars at No. 42) stars as Mrs. Sidhu, a high-end caterer in Berkshire with a knack for solving mysteries. It seems many of her jobs lead her to cross paths with homicides, much to the dismay of Chief Inspector Burton (Craig Parkinson, Line of Duty), who doesn't always appreciate her meddling.

Recently widowed, she juggles her catering business while trying to help her son Tez find his passion.

Episodes will premiere as follows:

  • September 18th – Episode 1
  • September 25th – Episode 2

Two additional episodes will air in October, for a total of four feature-length episodes in season 1.


Acorn TV September 25th Premieres

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The Dry premieres on Acorn TV on September 25th

The Dry 

This 8-episode dramedy stars Roisin Gallagher as Shiv Sheridan, a young woman who returns home to Dublin after years of partying in London. Handling family while also trying to stay sober will not prove easy.

  • Can't wait? The Dry premiered on AMC+ and Sundance Now in late 2022, so you can watch it HERE immediately if you prefer.


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The Trip comes to Acorn TV on September 25th

The Trip, Seasons 1-4

Food critic Steve Coogan (The Other Guys) tours a number of European countries and their dining establishments while engaging in banter with his companion Rob Brydon (Gavin & Stacey). 

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