Prime Video and Freevee subscribers will have a very exciting September ahead of them, as Amazon's streaming platforms are bringing some of its biggest hitters to the streamer over the course of the month.
Gen-V, the highly-anticipated spin-off to The Boys will premiere in September as will the prequel to the John Wick movies titled The Continental, which follows Ian McShane's character Winston as a young man making his way up the echelons of the High Table.
Elsewhere, Freevee is preparing for the big comeback of one of Australia's biggest soaps Neighbours. The show was saved from cancellation by the streamer and new episodes will finally be landing from 18 September with new episodes every week.
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Other highlights of the month include the return of fantasy juggernaut The Wheel of Time, and Jenna Coleman's new drama Wilderness.
Here is everything you need to know about what is coming to Prime Video and Freevee in September.
New TV and films coming to Prime Video and Amazon Freevee in September 2023
The Wheel of Time season 2 | 1 September
Prime Video's adaptation of Robert Jordan's high fantasy novels continue in The Wheel of Time season 2, which follows Moiraine (Rosamund Pike) and the quest to ensure Rand al’Thor, who is the The Dragon Reborn, will save the world from the Dark One, and not destroy it.
Wilderness | 15 September
Jenna Coleman stars as a woman who is out for revenge against her husband after discovering he is cheating in this UK Original drama, but her plans are turned upside down when they are joined by a couple for their road trip across America.
Neighbours: A New Chapter | 18 September (Free with ads)
The iconic Australian soap is back and the residents of Ramsay Street will return for a new chapter in their lives, which includes new loves, losses and drama.
Beloved characters new and old will be appearing in the show's revival, and fans can expect to see Guy Pearce, Ian Smith, Jodi Gordon, Melissa Bell, April Rose Pengilly and Mischa Barton pop up in various episodes as guest stars.
The Continental: From the World of John Wick | 22 September
Return to the world of John Wick but not how you know it as viewers will be transported to a different period, where Winston Scott is not yet the man fans remember him as.
With Colin Woodell taking over the role from Ian McShane, the series will follow the character as he makes his way to the top of the High Table. The cast will also include Mel Gibson as antagonist Cormac, and Ayomide Adegun portraying a younger version of Lance Reddick's Charon.
Gen V | 29 September
The Boys fans will also have the chance to head back into the world of the superhero series with a spin-off centred on a new generation of Supes, these characters are navigating life at a university for super-powered people like them with predictably gory results.
Cassandro | 22 September
Gael Garcia-Bernal portrays iconic gay wrestler Cassandro, the Liberace of Lucha Libre, and his rise to stardom in the world of professional wrestling.
Every movie and TV show on Prime Video UK in September 2023
The Wheel of Time season 2
Sitting in Bars with Cake (Original Movie)
A Million Miles Away (Original Movie)
The Continental: From the World of John Wick
Cassandro (Original Movie)
The Fake Sheikh (UK Original)
Gen V (Original Series)
Every movie and TV show on Amazon Freevee in September 2023
Neighbours: A New Chapter
New episodes Monday – Thursday
American Ninja 2: The Confrontation
American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt
American Ninja 4: The Annihilation
Barbershop 2: Back in Business
Barbershop: The Next Cut
Killer Klowns from Outer Space
Lions for Lambs
Missing in Action 2: The Beginning
Out of Time
Sid is Dead
Son of Rambow
Stargate: The Ark of Truth
The Amityville Horror
The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course
The Cutting Edge
The Man in the Iron Mask
The Secret of NIMH
What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
Kill the Messenger
The Theory of Everything
The Stanford Prison Experiment
Charlie Wilson’s War
The Big Lebowski