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What to watch on Now TV - 26.09


The start of a new month means a fresh selection of shows and movies available for you to watch on Now TV. Here are some of our top picks.

American Horror Story

Running since 2011 and still as popular as ever, Ryan Murphy’s beloved series American Horror Story returns to our screens with a brand-new season, American Horror Story: Apocalypse.

The eighth season takes place in the American West Coast during the year 2021 and centres around an outpost sheltering survivors from the fallout of a nuclear war. Though none of the series have any particular relation to each other besides a few recognisable characters thrown in here and there, this season is set to tie in strongly with Murder House and Coven, culminating in a very exciting crossover.


A Discovery of Witches

Halloween is fast approaching and there’s a clear theme going on with TV in the lead-up to the spooky holiday. A Discovery of Witches is a British television series based on the All Souls trilogy by Deborah Harkness and named after the first book in the series.

Produced by Bad Wolf and Sky Productions, the show follows a reluctant witch who unexpectedly finds a cursed manuscript in Oxford’s Bodleian Library. This discovery forces her back into the world of magic in order to unravel the secrets it holds about magical beings.


Murder on the Orient Express

Agatha Christie is a national treasure and no amount of adaptations of her novels will ever be enough.

This murder mystery film is the fourth adaptation of Christie’s novel Murder on the Orient Express, following the one and only Poirot, a world-renowned detective, as he seeks to solve a murder on the famous trans-European train in the 1930s.

With a cast starring the likes of Judi Dench, Michelle Pfeiffer and Willem Dafoe, this is definitely one to put on your watch list.


Insidious: The Last Key

If you’re not sick of the Insidious franchise yet, the latest film in the series is now available for you to stream on Now TV.

Insidious: The Last Key is the fourth installment, and the second in the chronology of the story running through the series, following parapsychologist Elise Rainier as she investigates a haunting in her childhood home.


My Friend Dahmer

Being into true crime is becoming more and more acceptable as a hobby these days, with many films currently in the works about high-profile criminals such as serial killer Ted Bundy and notorious cult leader Charles Manson.

This 2017 biographical drama focuses on Jeffrey Dahmer, the American serial killer who spent the 1980s killing and cannibalising young men. Written and directed by Marc Meyers, My Friend Dahmer is based on the 2012 graphic novel of the same name by cartoonist John "Derf" Backderf, who was friends with Dahmer in high school in the 70s before he embarked on his killing spree.

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