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Last Updated on August 23, 2023 by Stefanie Hutson
September is looking like a relatively quiet month over on BritBox, with plenty of good new releases but none of the really high-profile shows like Vera, Grace, Death in Paradise, Father Brown, Shetland, etc. (not at time of writing, anyway).
Keep reading for the full September 2023 schedule with show descriptions.
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New British TV Shows on BritBox in September 2023
September 4th BritBox Premieres
The Truth About My Murder (2022)
Forensic pathologist and author Dr. Richard Shepherd offers insight into the ways victims' bodies can help ensure truth is revealed and justice is done.
10 episode binge premiere.
September 6th BritBox Premieres
The Curse, Season 2
Set 18 months after season 1, which saw the show’s characters accidentally pull off the biggest gold heist in history, season 2 moves to Spain’s infamous Costa del Crime where Albert Fantoni (Allan Mustafa, Love Wedding Repeat), Natasha (Emer Kenny, Karen Pirie), Mick (Tom Davis, Murder in Successville) and crew once again find themselves in more trouble than they bargained for.
September 12th BritBox Premieres
This Farming Life, Season 5
This observational reality series returns to follow a new set of farming families in Scotland and Northern Ireland as they deal with the challenges of modern-day farming and uncertain futures.
September 14th BritBox Premieres
Mrs. Biggs (2012)
Many people know about train robber Ronald Biggs, but fewer know the fascinating story of his wife, Charmian Brent (played by Sheridan Smith) as she transformed from a naive young women to a reluctant gangster's wife. This five-part miniseries follows along from their meeting on a train to their forbidden marriage and eventually, the Great Train Robbery of 1963.
September 18th BritBox Premieres
The Commander, Seasons 1-5 (2003 to 2008)
Lynda La Plante (Prime Suspect) brings us this crime drama following the murder investigations of Commander Clare Blake (Amanda Burton, Silent Witness), New Scotland Yard's highest-ranking female officer. Newly-promoted, she's taking over the Serious Crimes Unit of the Metropolitan Police, but the new position won't be without struggles.
September 20th BritBox Premieres
Written and created by Romesh Ranganathan and Benjamin Green and starring Romesh Ranganathan, this series follows a “failure to launch” sort of man after he breaks up with his partner, Claire (Jessica Knappett, Ghosts). He moves in with his sister and her wife and tries to grow up so he can be a proper father to his 9-year-old son.
September 28th BritBox Premieres
The Hunt for Raoul Moat (2023)
This three-part series takes a look at the human tragedies behind the story of Britain's biggest ever manhunt. Matt Stokoe (Bodyguard) appears as Raoul Moat, a man who shot three people and went on the run, threatening to kill again.
Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story (2020)
This hour-long documentary uses previously unseen archive footage and Moat's own audio to tell the story of a seemingly ordinary man who turned into a cold-blooded killer. The events played out in real-time via 24-hour rolling news and social media coverage, making it the first big UK case of its kind.
BritBox Premieres: DATE TBD
Mrs. Brown's Boys
Though a precise date isn't yet available, BritBox will be adding four new episodes of this modern comedy classic during autumn 2023. In it, Brendan O'Carroll adopts the persona of Mrs. Agnes Brown, a loud-mouthed Irish matriarch who loves to meddle.
As You Wait for BritBox's September 2023 Premieres…
Looking for something new while you wait for next month's new shows? Check out the following:
- The Best British True-Crime Shows
- 40+ of the Best Female Detective Shows on British TV
- 9 Under-Rated Mysteries on BritBox
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