All The Latest WarnerMedia Movies And TV Shows Coming To HBO, Astro And UnifiTV Next Month

Bored in the house with nothing going on? Well, kick your feet up and turn the TV on. If you subscribe to Astro or Unifi TV, WarnerMedia has got you in for a treat with fresh new additions to movie and TV selections.

Here are this month’s newest additions of movies and TV shows for your viewing pleasure. Find the listed content on Cartoon Network (Astro Ch 615 HD / 635), Boomerang (UnifiTV Ch 555), HBO GO, HBO (Astro Ch 411 HD), Warner TV (Astro Ch 712 HD / UnifiTV Ch 451) and Oh!K (Astro Ch 394) this September.

For The Kids

We Bare Bears: The Movie premieres on 12 September at 11am on Cartoon Network (Astro Ch 615 HD / 635), Boomerang (UnifiTV Ch 555), HBO GO, HBO (Astro Ch 411 HD), Warner TV (Astro Ch 712 HD / UnifiTV Ch 451) and Oh!K (Astro Ch 394)!

Join Grizzly, Panda, and Ice Bear as they go on an epic road trip to Canada and tug at heartstrings as they recount their early years! The beloved trio of stacked bears must fight for the right to stay together, as they make an epic road-trip to evade the sinister agent who wishes to separate them forever.

DC Superhero Girls: Super-Villain High premieres on Saturday, 19 September at 11am on Boomerang (UnifiTV Ch 555).

Fans of DC superheroes can watch young Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Supergirl, Batgirl and Katana join forces against a new school for supervillains. Even superheroes were teens once, and so were supervillains! But when an even bigger menace looms, it’s time to put aside their differences and unite against a common foe.

Pat the Dog premieres Saturday, 5 September at 9am on Boomerang (UnifiTV Ch 555)

Most people see Pat as an ordinary dog, but he has the heart of a hero, especially when it comes to saving the day whenever his human Lola is in trouble.

For The Grown Ups

Joker premieres Saturdays at 9pm on HBO GO and HBO (Astro Ch 411 HD).

Witness the dark descent of the individual best known as the Joker, the caped crusader’s most iconic nemesis, in this award-winning origin story, starring Joaquin Phoenix who won an Oscar® for portraying Batman’s nemesis in the movie, premieres on 19 September.

Luce premieres on 26 September

The show grapples with the thorny issue of political and ethnic violence as a couple who adopted a young boy from war-torn Eritrea discover that the scars of his past are deep-seated and threaten his future.

Raised by Wolves premieres on 3 September on HBO GO

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Directed by Ridley Scott, this science-fiction series features two androids, Mother and Father, raising human children on the colony of a distant world. Their peaceful existence is soon threatened by clashing beliefs, leading to conflict as the androids try to protect their colony. Stars Amanda Collin, Abubaker Salim and Travis Fimmel.

The Garden of Evening Mists premieres Sunday, 13 September at 10pm on HBO GO and HBO (Astro Ch 411 HD).

This Golden Horse award-winning film draws viewers into the difficult post-war existence of the 1950s, told through the eyes of Malaysian actress Lee Sinje and Taiwanese actress-director-producer Sylvia Chang.

Set in the 1950s, this award-winning movie received 9 nominations at the 56th Golden Horse Awards for its dramatic re-telling of post-war life through the eyes of Teoh Yun Ling. Stars Malaysian actress Lee Sinje, Taiwanese actress-director-producer Sylvia Chang and Hiroshi Abe.

The Third Day premieres same time as the U.S. on Tuesday, 15 September at 9am exclusively on HBO GO and HBO (Astro Ch 411 HD). New episodes air at the same time every Tuesday.

This limited series is divided into two parts. In the first three episodes themed ‘Summer’, a man named Sam is drawn to a mysterious island populated by tradition-bound islanders whose secretive ways dredge up deeply-buried trauma. The second half, themed ‘Winter’, brings a strong-willed woman to the same shores where her presence triggers a cascade of conflict. Stars Jude Law and Naomi Harris.

The Paikfather premieres Saturday, 5 September at 11.45am on Oh!K (Astro Ch 394). New episodes air at the same time every Saturday.

A passionate chef and successful businessman, Paik Jong Won takes amateurs under his wing to impart his knowledge and considerable experience.

Tale of Arang premieres Friday, 25 September at 11pm on Oh!K (Astro Ch 394). New episodes air at the same time every Friday.

For K-drama fans, the series follows the efforts of a government official who agrees to help a virgin ghost seek vengeance for her death. Stars Lee Joon-Gi, Shin Min-A, Yoo Seung-Ho and Yeon Woo-Jin.

New episodes premiering on Cartoon Network, HBO GO, HBO and Cinemax in September

Title Date Time and Channel
Lovecraft Country Every Monday 9am on HBO GO with an encore at 10pm on HBO (Astro Ch 411 HD)
Room 104 S4 Every Saturday 11am on HBO GO and Cinemax (Astro Ch 412 HD)
Dream Raider Every Sunday 9pm on  HBO GO and HBO (Astro Ch 411 HD)
Monster Beach Every weekend from 5 September 12.30pm on Cartoon Network (Astro Ch 615 HD / 635)
Kingdom Force Every weekend from 5 September 3pm on Cartoon Network (Astro Ch 615 HD / 635)

Titles leaving HBO GO this September

Title End Date
The Jungle Book 6 September 2020
Beauty And The Beast 11 September 2020
First Man 12 September 2020
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies 14 September 2020
The Son Of Bigfoot 19 September 2020
Life Itself 20 September 2020
Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb 20 September 2020
Halloween 20 September 2020
Instant Family 23 September 2020
Tron: Legacy 24 September 2020
The Happytime Murders 30 September 2020
Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 30 September 2020
Horrible Bosses 30 September 2020
Horrible Bosses 2 30 September 2020
Tim Burton’s The Corpse Bride 30 September 2020


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