AMC has announced the programming coming to the AMC+ streaming service in September. The AMC Plus September 2022 lineup includes a wide variety of critically-acclaimed and commercial-free programming, including compelling new dramas, fan-favorite franchises, and film collections from across the company’s networks and streaming services.
The AMC Plus September 2022 programming includes the two-episode premiere of AMC+ Original Series Pantheon, an animated sci-fi drama featuring an all-star voice cast including Daniel Dae Kim, Katie Chang, Paul Dano, Aaron Eckhart, Rosemarie DeWitt, Taylor Schilling, Ron Livingston, the late William Hurt and more.
The season finale of episodic anthology series Tales of the Walking Dead, starring Anthony Edwards, Olivia Munn, Terry Crews and Parker Posey, will stream on Sunday, September 11.
New episodes of acclaimed genre-bending series Kevin Can F**K Himself, starring Annie Murphy and Mary Hollis Inboden, continue every Monday, premiering one week ahead of AMC linear.
The AMC Plus September 2022 slate also features new episodes of captivating docuseries True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here, hosted by Hilarie Burton Morgan (One Tree Hill, The Walking Dead), return Thursday, September 1. Documentary film You Don’t Nomi, tracing the Showgirl’s redemptive journey from notorious flop to cult classic, debuts on Thursday, September 22.
As part of the AMC Plus September 2022 offerings, new movies will debut every Friday, including sci-fi thriller Rubikon (September 2), the revenge-fueled There Are No Saints (September 9), star-studded Spanish-language dramedy Official Competition (September 16), action-packed Section 8 (In Theaters and on AMC+ September 23), and Shudder Original Sissy (September 30).
AMC PLUS SEPTEMBER 2022 PREMIERES IN ORDER
Pantheon – Series Premiere of AMC+ Original Series on Thursday, September 1
AMC Networks’ first traditionally-animated series, Pantheon is a sci-fi drama based on a collection of short stories by award-winning author Ken Liu. The thrilling speculative is centered on a bullied teen (Katie Chang) who receives mysterious help from someone online: a stranger soon revealed to be her recently-deceased father, David (Daniel Dae Kim), whose consciousness has been uploaded to the Cloud following an experimental destructive brain scan.
David is the first of a new kind of being – an “Uploaded Intelligence” or “UI” – but he will not be the last, as a global conspiracy unfolds that threatens to trigger a new kind of world war. The series writer, creator, showrunner and executive producer is Craig Silverstein (TURN: Washington’s Spies, Nikita, Terra Nova) with animation by Titmouse (Big Mouth, Motorcity, Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head).
The all-star voice cast features Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, Hawaii Five-O) as David, Katie Chang (The Bling Ring) as Maddie, Paul Dano (Escape at Dannemora) as Caspian, Rosemarie DeWitt (Little Fires Everywhere) as Ellen, Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight) as Cary, Taylor Schilling (Orange Is The New Black) as Renee, Ron Livingston (A Million Little Things) as Waxman, Chris Diamantopoulos (Silicon Valley) as Pope, Raza Jaffrey (Homeland) as Chanda, and William Hurt (Black Widow, Goliath) as Stephen Holstrom.
Other voice actors for the series include Scoot McNairy, Anika Noni Rose, Maude Apatow, Corey Stoll, Michael Kelly, Grey Griffin, SungWon Cho, Kevin Durand, Samuel Roukin, Krystina Alabado, Lara Pulver, Madhur Jeffrey, Heather Lind, Nyima Funk, Tunde Adebimpe, Quinn Hawking, Clyde Kusatsu, Ken Leung, Jacob Sartorius, Vincent Ventresca, Julian Lerner, Magnus McLain, Ajay Mehta, Annabella Sciorra, and Suraj Sharma. *AMC+ Original
The Secrets She Keeps – Season 2 Binge Debuts on Thursday, September 1
Two years after Agatha Fyfle (Laura Carmichael, Downton Abbey) kidnapped her baby, explosive secrets will spin Meghan Shaughnessy (Jessica De Gouw, The Crown) onto a catastrophic and ultimately fatal course, while Agatha’s new obsession sees them collide in a way that no one will anticipate. Also starring Todd Lasance (Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse) and Ryan Corr (Bloom). *Sundance Now
True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here – New Episodes Premiere Thursday, September 1
Hosted and executive produced by small town native, advocate and actress Hilarie Burton Morgan (One Tree Hill, The Walking Dead, Friday Night in with The Morgans), the powerful and captivating series True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here puts a spotlight on murder cases from small towns across America where questions remain if justice has been fully served.
Each episode sees Burton Morgan meet with family members and local insiders as she explores the twists and turns of the case and uncovers the unique challenges of small-town justice.
Rubikon – New AMC+ Exclusive Film Premieres Friday, September 2
2056. A toxic cloud of pollution has swallowed the earth, killing untold numbers. The world’s nations have dissolved, with all power now in the hands of giant corporations. The rich retreat to sealed biodomes while the poor choke and starve.
On the space station Rubikon, Hannah (Julia Franz Richter), Gavin (George Blagden) and Dimitri (Mark Ivanir) weigh the fate of the planet’s survivors. Should these crewmembers risk their own lives on a rescue mission to the surface, or ignore the old world to build a new one of safety and solitude, living off the station’s sophisticated “algae symbiosis system”?
Against the vast canvas of thecosmos, three people with different worldviews debate their moral responsibility to the species, all while grappling with the timely agony of isolation in this gripping feature from the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.
101 Scariest Movie Moments of All Time – New Series Premieres Wednesday, September 7
Master filmmakers and genre experts celebrate and dissect the most terrifying moments of the greatest horror films ever made, exploring how these scenes were created and why they burned themselves into the brains of audiences around the world. *Shudder Original
Tales of The Walking Dead – Season Finale One Week Early on Sunday, September 11
New episodic anthology series Tales of the Walking Dead is the latest series withing the expanding TWD Universe. With six original one-hour standalone episodes focused on both new and established characters within the walker apocalypse, each episode has its own distinct tone and point of view – but the stakes are high in each story, pushing new, indelible characters with relentless, life-threatening choices and situations. We get to see the apocalypse through different eyes, discovering more worlds, mythos, and mysteries of the Walking Dead.
The series stars Olivia Munn (The Newsroom, X-Men: Apocalypse, Six), Samantha Morton (The Walking Dead, Harlots), Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Parker Posey (Lost In Space), Anthony Edwards (Inventing Anna, WeCrashed), Poppy Liu (Dead Ringers), Jillian Bell (Rough Night), Loan Chabanol (Fading Gigolo), Embeth Davidtz (Old, Ray Donovan,) Jessie T. Usher (Shaft, The Boys), Daniella Pineda (Cowboy Bebop), Danny Ramirez (Top Gun: Maverick), amongst others.
The Light in the Hall (“Y Golau”) – New Series Binge Premieres Thursday, September 15
Journalist Cat Donato, originally from the same town as Ela Roberts, has always been obsessed by her murder. Ela’s mother, Sharon Roberts has never stopped grieving the loss of her daughter. Joe Pritchard, a quiet, unassuming gardener, confessed to killing Ela but wouldn’t, or couldn’t, say why or what he did with her body.
The news of Joe’s parole hearing and the prospect of his release causes both women to confront the past and the part they played in Ela’s final days. With so many questions unanswered, Joe’s return to the community could be a way to get to the bottom of the mystery once and for all.
If Joe Pritchard did kill Ela, why did he do it, and where is the body? Welsh thriller starring Alexandra Roach (Killing Eve), Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones) and Joanna Scanlan (After Love). *Sundance Now
Official Competition – New AMC+ Exclusive Film Premieres Friday, September 16
When a billionaire entrepreneur impulsively decides to create an iconic movie, he demands the best. Renowned filmmaker Lola Cuevas (Penélope Cruz) is recruited to mastermind this ambitious endeavor. Completing the all-star team are two actors with enormous talent but even bigger egos: Hollywood heartthrob Félix Rivero (Antonio Banderas) and radical theatre actor Iván Torres (Oscar Martínez).
Both are legends, but not exactly best friends. Through a series of increasingly eccentric trials set by Lola, Félix and Iván must confront not only each other, but also their own legacies. Who will be left when the cameras finally start rolling?
You Don’t Nomi – New AMC+ Exclusive Documentary Premieres Thursday, September 22
Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls (1995) was met by critics and audiences with near universal derision when it premiered on this day 27 years ago. You Don’t Nomi traces the film’s redemptive journey from notorious flop to cult classic, and maybe even masterpiece.
Section 8 – New AMC+ Exclusive Film Premieres Friday, September 23 *In Theaters and on AMC+
After avenging the murder of his wife and child, a former soldier is sent to prison with a life sentence. He’s given a shot at freedom when a shadow government agency recruits him for an off-the-books assignment, and he soon realizes Section 8 isn’t what it seems.
Starring Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables), Dermot Mulroney (Hanna), Scott Adkins (John Wick: Chapter 4) and Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler).
Murder in the Valleys – True Crime Series Binge Debuts Tuesday, September 27
Over four parts, Murder in the Valleys tells the story behind the biggest murder investigation in Welsh history and its enduring repercussions. One night in June 1999, three generations of a family were brutally killed in the small village of Clydach, South Wales.
For more than twenty years, despite the conviction of a local builder, the case has divided the community. Filmed over 12 months, as the police decide it is time to review the evidence, this docuseries examines a case that didn’t end with the guilty verdict. *Sundance Now
Queer For Fear – New Series Premieres Friday, September 30
Executive Produced by Bryan Fuller (Hannibal, Pushing Daisies), Queer for Fear is a four-part documentary series about the history of the LGBTQ+ community in the horror and thriller genres. From its literary origins with queer authors Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, and Oscar Wilde to the pansy craze of the 1920s that influenced Universal Monsters and Hitchcock, through the “lavender scare” alien invasion films of the mid-20th century and the AIDS obsessed bloodletting of 80s vampire films, Queer for Fear re- examines genre stories through a queer lens, seeing them not as violent, murderous narratives, but as tales of survival that resonate thematically with queer audiences everywhere. *Shudder Original
Sissy – New Film Premieres Friday, September 30
Aisha Dee and Hannah Barlow star as Cecilia and Emma, respectively, who had been tween-age BFFs and were never going to let anything come between them — until Alex (Emily De Margheriti) arrived on the scene. Twelve years later, Cecilia is a successful social media influencer living the dream of an independent, modern millennial woman, until she runs into Emma for the first time in over a decade.
After reconnecting, Emmy invites Cecilia on her bachelorette weekend at a remote cabin in the mountains, where Alex proceeds to make Cecilia’s weekend a living hell. Sissy is directed by Hannah Barlow and Kane Senes. *Shudder Original
Kevin Can F**K Himself – New Episodes Premiere Every Monday Until Series Finale October 3
Now in the second and final season, Allison (Emmy Award-winning actress Annie Murphy, Schitt’s Creek) and Patty (Mary Hollis Inboden, The Righteous Gemstones) scramble to deal with Neil (Alex Bonifer, Superstore), pushing Allison to find a new and better way out of her marriage to Kevin (Eric Petersen, Kirstie). Altering the original escape plan, Patty once again agrees to help Allison, but this time, on her own terms.
Erinn Hayes (Kevin Can Wait, Gaslit) will make a guest appearance in season two. Kevin Can F**K Himself is created and executive produced by Valerie Armstrong (Lodge 49, SEAL Team), with Rashida Jones and Will McCormack executive producing through Le Train Train (Claws, A to Z). Craig DiGregorio (Shrill) is showrunner and executive producer. Sean Clements and Colin Walsh also serve as executive producers.