Motorcyles and vests – we just can’t get enough of them. That’s why the Sons of Anarchy saga continues with the spin-off Mayans M.C., finally coming to your screen on September 5, Wednesday, 8:30PM AEST. It may be set on a post-Jax Teller world but we have a new unconventional hero to lay our eyes on. Don’t miss the exhilarating ride only on Foxtel’s showcase.
Foxtel guarantees that you get the best selection of shows to spice up your day, starting on its original line-ups, including Foxtel’s Wentworth and HBO’s Sharp Objects. Foxtel has been known to produce highly acclaimed and award-winning original shows, including Picnic At Hanging Rock and Secret City. This month, though, Foxtel launches a solid offering of new shows express from the US — one is the much-awaited Sons of Anarchy spin-off Mayans M.C.
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Foxtel Now September Deals
This month, Foxtel Now continues to deliver everything entertainment right on your screen, even when you’re out and about. The content available is both addictive and intriguing — just the way you like it. For September, you can go ahead with the Drama Pack, since there’s a lot of good stuff coming straight from the US and UK, including FX’s Mayans M.C. and BBC One’s new miniseries A Very English Scandal.
That’s not all — you can also catch new episodes from hit shows including HBO’s The Deuce Season 2. For fans of everything lifestyle, Love It or List It Australia also returns for Season 2. Also make sure not to miss Benedict Cumberbatch, who stars in the Showtime miniseries Patrick Melrose, available on BBC First. Let the good times roll this September with these amazing shows that you can have total access to if you sign up to Foxtel Now.
Want more content this month? The Sport Pack delivers NFL with three LIVE games per week starting September 10. ESPN on Foxtel will also bring you NFL RedZone LIVE plus every game of the NFL postseason including the Super Bowl. Can’t get enough of sports? September must be your lucky month then because FOX SPORTS will also deliver the 2018 Ryder Cup LIVE on your screen and coming your way on September 28. To access the Sport Pack ($29/month), you need to add a Starter Pack. You can choose between Drama and Pop Packs at $15/month, which means your minimum cost will be $44/month. You can also choose the Docos Pack for $10/month, lowering your minimum cost to $39/month.
If your taste in shows is varied, it can be tough to choose between the Drama and Pop Packs, which are both priced at $15/month each. So if choosing between the two is giving you a headache, purchase both instead for only $25/month. There’s no promo code required to sign up. Simply create a Foxtel Now account, select either Drama or Pop, or both, and start watching amazing content right away.
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What to Watch in September
Mark your calendars for the second season of The Deuce happening on Tuesday, September 11. Meanwhile, the Sons of Anarchy spin-off Mayans M.C. premieres on September 5 on showcase. HBO’s acclaimed made-for-television film The Tale starring award-winning actress Laura Dern also hits your screen on September 4, also on showcase.
Other notable shows that you can exclusively catch on Foxtel include Pose, a dance musical drama series set in the 1980s. It explores New York’s life and society with a solid cast that includes Evan Peters, Kate Mara, and James Van Der Beek. And make sure to tune in to catch new episodes every Wednesday of Love It or List It Australia, now on its second season.
Besides Mayans M.C., there are a lot of other great new shows to binge on this September. Here are our top picks.
Based on Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel, Sharp Objects stars Amy Adams as Camille Preaker, a reporter who reconnects with her estranged family, while also investigating two murders in a small, quiet town in Missouri. As the story unfolds, Preaker tries to piece together a psychological puzzle from her past and finds herself identifying with the murdered victims a little too closely. Also starring Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Elizabeth Perkins, and young Australian actress Eliza Scanlen, in her breakout role as Amy Adam’s 13-year-old half sister, Amma. This eight-part HBO original series airs exclusively on Foxtel’s Showcase every Monday, express from the US.
|Now Showing||Drama||Sharp Objects||showcase||Express from the US|
Pose Season 1
Glee and American Horror Story’s creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk alongside newcomer Steven Canals collaborate their genuises in Pose — a new series that presents addictive drama and artistic extravagance. It’s an aesthetic and emotional delight combined together, set in New York during the late ’80s so spectators can expect nothing less.
|September 11||Drama||Pose||showcase||First on Foxtel|
A Very English Scandal
This three-part British miniseries dramatises the 1976-1979 Jeremy Thorpe scandal and the events that follow, spanning over 15 years. The show also explores British politics and society, leading to a series of events that are equally engrossing and deplorable. A Very English Scandal stands out with the chilling performances of its lead stars Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw.
|September 20||Drama||A Very English Scandal||BBC First||First on Foxtel|
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