Summer may nearly be over, but you know what that means - more time to stay inside and watch some brilliant television! September is one of the most thrilling months of this year when it comes to TV, so we've picked out five of the best the world has to offer, coming to the UK this month. Enjoy!
Narcos (season 2) [Netflix] - available now
In the second season of Narcos, notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar escapes the authorities and leads them on a wild, brutal and bloody chase. With the Colombian force desperate to take down the country's leading criminal mastermind, they'll do anything to stop his plague of crime in this adaptation of real-life events.
Wagner Moura stars as leading man Pablo, whilst Boyd Holbrook and Pedro Pascal play Steve Murphy and Javier Pena - the DEA agents tasked with taking Pablo down.
With the story already written and the cards dealt in real-life, the second season of Narcos could be the last - so make sure to enjoy every moment to the last drop.
Our Girl (season 2) [BBC One] - starts September 7
Michelle Keegan steps into the second series of Our Girl as new medie Georgie Lane. She's toured both Afghan and West Africa and now she has to deal with the ever-changing conditions in East Africa, which could provide the biggest challenges she's ever had to face.
Everybody's already talking about what the show's going to bring when it hits the small screen a little later this month, and teasers have already revealed that there is going to be a lot of drama from the very beginning.
Explosions, kidnaps, death and destruction mean that Georgie is going to have to work hard to survive - will she be able to fulfil her promise to her fiancé Doctor Jamie Cole (Royce Pierreson)?
Hooten & The Lady (season 1) [Sky1] - starts September 16
This brand new eight-part drama follows the adventures of American Hooten (Michael Landes) and his feisty partner Lady Alexandra (Ophelia Lovibond), as the pair travel the world in a quest to save some of the most famous lost treasures in existence. Their journey takes them from the Vatican to the Amazon, Egypt and The Himalayas as well as various other extravagant locations, but danger seems to be lurking around every corner.
With a healthy dose of comedy alongside all of the dramatic events, Hooten & The Lady looks to be another smash hit for Sky.
Lucifer (season 2) [Amazon Prime Video] - starts September 20
When Lucifer was revealed to be another police procedural comedy-drama, there weren't many who thought the format would work, but the first season managed to convince enough people to keep watching that a second is on its way.
Tom Ellis plays the charismatic titular character and will be singing in the second season's premiere, whilst executive producer Joe Henderson has said "inter-character" romances will be explored in upcoming episodes.
Marvel's Luke Cage (season 1) [Netflix] - available September 30
Marvel's Netflix series continues with the first season of Luke Cage - a character introduced to viewers through the first season of Jessica Jones - taking place on the streets of Harlem, New York.
Formerly a criminal himself, Cage turns himself into a street-fighting vigilante whose hopes of fading into the shadows and forgetting his past are turned on their head, forcing him to confront his demons head-on. When the city he loves is threatened, Cage knows he's one of the only people who can make a difference.