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BritBox September 2023 Schedule Announced

BBC Studios and ITV have announced the BritBox September 2023 titles, which include everything from new BritBox Originals to classic British fare. BritBox is a digital video subscription service offering the largest collection of British TV in the U.S. and Canada.

The BritBox September 2023 schedule includes heist comedy The Curse, a stranger than fiction tale about the biggest gold heist in history starring Emer Kenny (Karen Pirie) and Allan Mustafa (Love Wedding Repeat).

BritBox September 2023 Schedule Announced

Bookending the month is BritBox Original The Hunt for Raoul Moat and companion documentary, Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story, which digs deeper into a manhunt that captivated the nation and helped ushered in an era of wall- to-wall news coverage in the country.

BritBox will also take a comic tilt this September to honor the premiere of its Original series Avoidance, featuring UK comedian Romesh Ranganathan (Netflix’s The Cynic) in North America and South Africa. In addition, the platform will premiere a new mini-series of Mrs. Brown’s Boys in the U.S. this fall.

BritBox September 2023

The BritBox September 2023 slate is available for $8.99 per month or $89.99 per year — after an introductory free trial period — on Roku, Amazon Fire TV stick, Apple TV 4th Gen, Samsung, LG and all iOS and Android devices, AirPlay, Chromecast, and online at

BritBox is also available on Amazon Channels for Prime members and on Apple TV Channels on supported devices.

BritBox September 2023

Created by two British content powerhouses — BBC Studios, the subsidiary arm of the BBC, and ITV, the UK’s biggest commercial broadcaster — the service features iconic favorites, exclusive premieres, and current series and soaps – most available within 24 hours after their UK premiere.

BritBox also offers expert curation and playlists that enable fans to easily find programs they know and discover new favorites via the web, mobile, tablet and connected TVs. Read on for the full BritBox September 2023 schedule.

BritBox September 2023



The Truth About My Murder I U.S. Premiere, BritBox Exclusive I 10 x 60’ I All at Once
Forensic pathologist and author Dr. Richard Shepherd uncovers the truth behind horrific crimes as told through the victims’ bodies to separate fact from fiction and ensure the truth always prevails.


The Curse S2 | North American Premiere, BritBox Exclusive | 6 x 30’| All at Once
Set 18 months after the first season, which saw the show’s hapless cast of characters accidentally pull off the biggest gold heist in history, this time around the action moves to Spain’s infamous Costa del Crime.

At the new location, Albert Fantoni (Allan Mustafa, Love Wedding Repeat), Natasha (Emer Kenny, Karen Pirie), Mick (Tom Davis, Murder in Successville) and crew once again find themselves in way over their heads. The Curse takes hold in the Spanish heat, and it’s a guessing game who will get out alive!


This Farming Life S5 | North American Premiere, BritBox Exclusive | 12 x 60’ | All at Once
The observational documentary returns, following the ups and downs of six new farming families in Scotland and Northern Ireland, as they face tough economic times and an uncertain future. Whether dealing with the difficulties caused by a sick herd of cattle, or battling against a bitter snowstorm, they must withstand all that the elements throw at them.

With joy and heartache in equal measure, This Farming Life reveals the secrets of a singular profession.


Mrs. Biggs S1 | New to BritBox, BritBox Exclusive | S1: 5 x 60’ | All at Once
Mrs. Biggs tells the true story of the woman behind Britain’s most famous villain, train robber Ronald Biggs. The drama follows the journey of Charmian Brent (Sheridan Smith, The Barking Murders) from naive young woman to a reluctant gangster’s moll.

As a frustrated young woman on a train, Charmian is chatted up by tall, handsome Londoner Ron Biggs (Daniel Mays, Good Omens), nearly 10 years her senior. She becomes smitten with him and they begin dating, until her father forbids it upon discovering that Ron has been convicted of petty crimes.

The couple, though, decide to elope (with money stolen from Charmian’s employer) and hide out before being caught. After Ron’s imprisonment, now the parents of young children, the Biggs are unable to come up with the deposit for a house they want.

In order to secure the money, Ron plots with a friend to plan one of the most famous crimes in British history – the Great Train Robbery of 1963.


The Commander S1-5| New to BritBox, BritBox Exclusive | S1: 2 x 90′, S2: 4 x 90′, S3: 2 x 90′, S4: 6 x 60′, S5: 3 x 60′ | All at Once
This compelling thriller from Prime Suspect creator Lynda La Plante follows the murder investigations of Commander Clare Blake (Amanda Burton, Silent Witness), New Scotland Yard’s highest-ranking woman officer, the Serious Crime Group Commander, and head of the Murder Review Team.

Newly-promoted Commander Clare Blake assumes control of the Serious Crimes Unit of the Metropolitan Police, but she makes enemies within the force through her belief that a killer who has served his sentence is innocent of a series of brutal murders.


Avoidance | BritBox Original, BritBox Exclusive | 6 x 30’ | All at Once
Created and written by Romesh Ranganathan and Benjamin Green and starring Romesh Ranganathan, the BAFTA-winning actor and comedian behind the Netflix special The Cynic, Avoidance follows hapless anti-hero Jonathan who is struggling to get back on his feet after breaking up with partner Claire (Jessica Knappett, Ghosts).

After Claire has accused him of being impossible to live with, and keen to avoid conflict at all costs, Jonathan moves in with his sister (Mandeep Dhillon, CSI: Vegas) and her wife (Lisa McGrillis, Mum). For the sake of his 9-year-old son, Spencer, Jonathan starts to rebuild his life and pull himself together, which is hard when you lack all the necessary tools to do so.


The Hunt for Raoul Moat | BritBox Original, North American Premiere, BritBox Exclusive | 3 x 60’ |All at Once
The Hunt for Raoul Moat shines a light on the human tragedies behind the true story of Britain’s biggest ever manhunt. In 2010, Raoul Moat (Matt Stokoe, Bodyguard) went on the run after shooting three people, evading capture for over a week and threatening to kill again.

As the first such case to be covered ‘live’ by 24-hour news channels in the UK, the manhunt played out against a warped perception of this vicious killer as an ‘anti-hero’, a persecuted victim fighting back against the authorities.

A timely reminder of how fake news and social media can create a dangerous myth, this is an unflinching account of those shocking events, focusing on Moat’s innocent victims, the officers who put themselves in the firing line, and the journalist who sought to tell the real story.

Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story | North American Premiere | 1 x 60’ | All at Once
In July 2010, when bodybuilder Raoul Moat shot three people and went on the run vowing to ‘kill coppers’, it led to a massive seven-day police operation, and even involved survival expert Ray Mears and footballer Paul Gascoigne.

This layered, true-crime documentary uses previously unseen news archive, UGC and Moat’s own audio tapes to detail how the story evolved in real-time, and wonders what turned this seemingly ordinary man into a killer. It also reveals the impact of 24-hour rolling news and social media, as events built to a dramatic climax.


Mrs. Brown’s Boys I U.S. Premiere I 4 x 30’ I All at Once
A new four episode mini-series of Mrs. Brown’s Boys. Starring Brendan O’Carroll in his hysterical drag persona, Mrs. Agnes Brown, the series revolves around the loud-mouthed Irish matriarch, whose favorite pastime is meddling in the lives of her six children and her friends.