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ITV have announced the streaming highlights for ITVX this September.

1st September

Feature films

Films coming to ITVX this month include crime drama Donnie Brasco (1997) featuring Al Pacino and Johnny Dep and legal drama Marshall (2017) starring Chadwick Boseman. Sci-fi thriller 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Goodman and Chappie (2015), featuring Sharlto Copley, Hugh Jackman and Dev Patel will also launch.

Closer to reality we have The Walk (2015) starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Everest (2015) starring Jason Clarke. Those looking for something lighter can enjoy Closer (2014) starring Natalie Portman, Punch-Drunk Love (2002) starring Adam Sandler, It’s Complicated (2009) starring Meryl Streep and Julie & Julia, also starring Streep from the same year. Last but not least film fans can revel in classics including Easy Rider (1969) starring Dennis Hopper and Sunset Boulevard (1950) starring Gloria Swanson.

7th September

Love & Death

A riveting, psychological drama from David E. Kelley (HBO’s The Undoing and Big Little Lies) and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter (Homeland), Love & Death tells the unbelievable true story of Candy Montgomery (Elizabeth Olsen), a 1980s Texas housewife accused of murder.

Jonathan Ross: Must Watch Films

Jonathan Ross’ monthly film recommendations cover a selection of the best films available on the services. Further details on September’s selection will be released shortly.

14th September

Crime Series 2

In the second season of Crime, Ray Lennox is ready to return to the fray at Edinburgh Serious Crimes, keen to prove he is fully recovered from his breakdown induced by bringing Mr Confectioner to justice. But he’s surprised to find that it’s all change: Bob Toal has lost his mojo, while Amanda Drummond is newly promoted. And there are two new faces on the team in the form of the devious Tommy Stark and failed actor Norrie Erskine.

When one of Lennox’s former colleagues is attacked, Lennox and Drummond quickly realise that all is not as it seems as they become embroiled in a case about vengeance, identity and social justice.


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