Keep your eyes glued to the TV screen, because there’s no shortage on entertainment on FOX Movies in September. The channel is serving up a variety of goodies all through the month. Whether it’s fast-paced action to get your heart pumping, thrillers that will leave you gripping the edge of your seat or laugh-out-loud comedies – there’s something for everyone on FOX Movies in September. Check these shows out happening on Astro CH 413, Unifi TV CH 401.
Premieres Saturday, 4 September at 9pm
This action-packed sequel takes place two years after aliens invade Earth in the 2018 film Occupation. Survivors from Sydney, Australia, fight back in a desperate war – alongside some unexpected allies – as the number of casualties continue to grow.
The Wolf Of Snow Hollow
Premieres Monday, 6 September at 9pm
Follow police officer John Marshall (Jim Cummings) in this American comedy horror film as he tries to make sense of bodies discovered in his small mountain town after each full moon. Losing sleep, raising a teenage daughter, and caring for his ailing father, officer Marshall struggles to remind himself that there’s no such thing as werewolves.
Run Hide Fight
Premieres Saturday, 11 September at 9pm
When 17-year-old Zoe Hull is pitted against a group of live-streaming school shooters, she must use her wits, survival skills, and compassion to fight for her life – and those of her fellow classmates.
Professionals (TV series)
Premieres Monday, 13 September at 8.05pm, with new episodes Monday to Friday until 24 September
Starting its run on FOX Movies in September is this thrilling series. After their advanced medical satellite explodes on deployment, billionaire futurist Peter Swann and his fiancée, medical visionary Dr. Graciela “Grace” Davila, turn to hardened former counterintelligence officer Captain Vincent Corbo to investigate the incident.
What Lies Below
Premieres Thursday, 13 September at 9pm
This coming-of-age horror film follows 16-year-old teenager, Liberty, who returns home from two months at camp to find that her mother has a new boyfriend. John is almost too perfect, but what sinister motives lurk beneath his charming exterior?
Premieres Saturday, 18 September at 9pm
Based on a true story, the young and idealistic Ross Ulbricht creates the Silk Road – the internet’s first unregulated marketplace on the dark web. The site becomes a multimillion dollar pipeline for illicit drugs, igniting an elaborate game of cat and mouse between Ulbricht and Rick Bowden, a dangerously unpredictable Drug Enforcement Administration agent who will use any means necessary to take him down.
Premieres Monday, 20 September at 9pm
Ambitious hustler Peg Dahl (Zoey Deutch) is determined to flee her humdrum hometown of Buffalo, New York. In a bid to escape her money problems, she enters the shady underworld of debt-collecting so she can attend her dream college.
Premieres Saturday, 25 September at 9pm
Bruce Willis plays a hardened junior mechanic on the cusp of fatherhood, who finds himself aboard an interstellar ark to New Earth. However, the ark comes under attack from a new threat – a shape-shifting alien force intent on slaughtering what’s left of humanity.
Love Type D
Premieres Monday, 27 September at 9pm
After getting dumped for the 11th time in a row, Frankie Browne discovers that she has a “loser in love” gene, which predisposes her to chronic relationship failure for the rest of her life. To try to reverse her romantic misfortunes, she must be the one to dump all her past boyfriends that broke up with her.
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