Everything Coming To Disney+ UK In September 2021

Including Billie Eilish’s concert experience, American Horror Stories, & Deadpool.

By Bustle UK
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Following the arrival of Disney+ in the UK last year, viewers have yet another major streaming platform to enjoy. With an already unmatched library of truly magical content, the service adds a fresh batch of films, TV shows, and documentaries each month. So if you’re hoping to update your watch-list over the coming weeks, here’s everything arriving on Disney+ UK in September.

With a lineup bursting with offerings from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic, and the newly-added Star channel, there’s something to suit all subscribers, whether you’re into horror, Hollywood classics or historical dramas. Leading this month’s new additions are Billie Eilish’s cinematic concert experience, Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles; Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology spin-off, American Horror Stories; Ryan Reynolds’ 2016 anti-superhero flick, Deadpool; and much, much more.

Disney’s Broadway Hits At London’s Royal Albert Hall are sure to provide the uplifting at-home sing-a-long you didn’t know you needed; if you’ve still never seen Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon in Walk The Line, then it comes highly recommended; and David Tennant in Deadwater Fell is a performance you won’t want to miss.

So, with an abundance of additional content making its way onto Disney+ in September, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding new things to watch over the next month. And, to give you a nudge in the right direction, here’s a comprehensive guide of what to look out for on Disney+ UK this month.

Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles — Coming September 3

Chart-topper Billie Eilish makes a seamless transition into the world of streaming with her very own cinematic concert experience. Released fresh off the heels of her latest album, “Happier than Ever”, this Disney+ original showcases intimate performances of every song on the new record, filmed from the stage of the iconic Hollywood Bowl.

The D’Amelio Show — Coming September 3

With over 150 million social media followers, teenage TikTok queen Charli D’Amelio has enjoyed a rapid rise to Gen Z superstardom that inspired her family’s relocation to the bright lights of Hollywood. This major life transition is the subject of this Hulu original series, which follows Charli, her sister Dixie, and her parents, Mark and Heidi, as they adjust to a new way of life in LA and navigate the ups and downs of newfound fame.

The Martian — Coming September 3

Directed by Ridley Scott, and starring acting greats including Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Jeff Daniels, and Kristen Wiig, this 2015 sci-fi epic follows the story of astronaut Mark Watney (Damon) who becomes stranded on Mars when his fellow crew members leave him behind. With limited supplies and harsh conditions, he struggles to keep himself alive. However, NASA set out on a rescue mission to bring him home to Earth...

American Horror Stories — Coming September 8

The first series of Ryan Murphy’s highly-anticipated American Horror Story spin-off features self-contained anthological episodes, the first of which revolves around a teenager and her father moving into their new home. Unbeknownst to them, their new abode has a grim past, and as the father-daughter duo begin making renovations, dark forces quickly come to the surface.

George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview — Coming September 10

Featuring never-before-released archival footage, this revealing documentary sees the former U.S. President George W. Bush share the first-person story of his personal experiences on the day of September 11, 2001. Throughout the doc, Bush shares candid details about what happened from his perspective on the day, and in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks.

Walk The Line — Coming September 10

Directed by James Mangold, and starring Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix, this 2005 biographical drama tells the life story of the legendary singer-songwriter, Jonny Cash. Based on two of the singer’s autobiographies, the film depicts the early years of Cash’s life, his rise to fame in the country music scene, and his romance with the famous June Carter. The film received critical acclaim upon its release, and bagged Witherspoon her first Academy Award for leading actress.

Disney’s Broadway Hits At London’s Royal Albert Hall — Coming September 17

Filmed at London’s historic Royal Albert Hall, this joyful musical extravaganza celebrates some of the world’s greatest composers and lyricists, including Alan Menken, Elton John, Tim Rice, and Phil Collins, among others. Expect award-winning scores from the likes of Beauty and the Beast, Aida, The Lion King, Aladdin, Mary Poppins, Tarzan and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Deadpool — Coming September 17

Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, and starring Ryan Reynolds in the title role, this 2016 superhero flick follows the story of the anti-hero Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool, as he seeks revenge on a twisted scientist who left him with an altered physical appearance, and mutant abilities while attempting to cure him of cancer. The film earned a positive response from critics, spawning the 2018 sequel Deadpool 2 that was equally well-received.

Deadwater Fell — Coming September 22

Channel 4

Created by Daisy Coulam, and starring David Tennant, this four-part Channel 4 drama tells the story of a well-regarded local GP, Tom Kendrick (Tennant), who lives in a small Scottish village with his wife and three young daughters. However, Tom’s world is torn apart when his family are killed in a house fire, and when horrific details of what happened begin to emerge, his reputation is called into question by the town’s local residents.

Cinderella Man — Coming September 22

Directed by Ron Howard, and starring Russell Crowe, Renée Zellweger and Paul Giamatti, this 2005 biographical drama is inspired by the life of the world heavyweight boxing champion, James J. Braddock. The film depicts the early years of Braddock’s life during the Great Depression, and chronicles his rise to boxing greatness as he sets out to take on a fearsome defending champion. Cinderella Man earned critical acclaim upon release, and went on to bag three Academy Award nominations at the 2006 Oscars.