New to SoHo in September

The Hunting

This four-part Australian drama intimately imagines the lives of four teenagers, their teachers, and their families throughout the lead up, revelation, and aftermath of a nude teen photo scandal. Tackling themes such as misogyny, privacy, sexuality, and sexualisation, the series uses this singular event as a way of exploring some of the most pressing issues of our time. Asher Keddie (Offspring), Richard Roxburgh (Rake), Sam Reid (Lambs Of God) and Pamela Rabe (Wentworth) star. (8.30 Sundays from September 30.)

The Temple

How far would you go for love? This groundbreaking new series follows a successful surgeon who, after a personal tragedy shatters his comfortable life, starts a literal ‘underground’ clinic in the vast network of tunnels and spaces beneath London. He teams with a lonely yet resourceful young man to treat those who cannot orwill not seek more legitimate means of healthcare, including criminals, illegal immigrants, and just the plain weird. Mark Strong (The Imitation Game), Carice van Houten (Game Of Thrones) and Daniel Mays (Line Of Duty) star. (8.30 Mondays from September 30.)

☞ Also new will be the latest seasons go Mayans M.C. (9.30 Wednesdays from September 4), The Deuce (8.30 Tuesdays from September 10) and Snowfall (8.30 Fridays from September 13).

☞ SoHo also will double-bill tw0 HBO documentaries on September 11: In the Shadows of the Towers: Stuyvesant High on 9/11 and What Happened On September 11. The former revisits September 11th at a specialised high school in lower Manhattan, interviewing eight adults who were students just blocks away from Ground Zero on that fateful day; the latter focuses on the events that took place.

☞ Back for Box Set Saturdays will be Mayans M.C., The Deuce (S2), Jett, Baptiste and The ABC Murders.

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