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September Watchlist ⁠— Cesar Millan: Better Human Better Dog; 9/11: One Day In America, and more

There’s something for everyone on the small screen this September, with shows for the avid historian, angler, crime junkie, animal-lover, and foodie! 

September 11 marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Watch how the tragic day unfolded in a new six-part documentary series, 9/11: One Day In America

Follow world-renowned angler Jeremy Wade as he explores The Amazon River in his new series Unknown Waters

Then travel to Italy with chef Nisha Katona as she embarks on a quest to discover hidden culinary gems in A Taste of Italy.

For pet owners, teach your dog good habits and learn about puppy psychology with Cesar Millan’s new show, Better Human Better Dog.

Check out the TV highlights below:

Captivating documentaries and series

Cesar Millan: Better Human Better Dog

Premieres Wednesday, September 1 at 9pm on National Geographic (Astro CH 551 (HD), Unifi TV CH 508 (HD))

Cesar Millan is back! With dog adoptions at a record high, Cesar’s timely return to television will give new pet parents the tools they need to teach their dogs some new tricks! It’s out with the bad habits and in with the good, as Cesar shows us how to create happy homes with our furry best friends.

9/11: One Day In America

Premieres Saturday, September 4 at 10pm on National Geographic (Astro CH 551 (HD), Unifi TV CH 508 (HD))

Made in collaboration with the 9/11Memorial & Museum to mark the 20th anniversary, the series charts this tragic day in unprecedented detail – from the first plane hitting the north tower, to the last survivors being rescued from the rubble  – through the eyes of witnesses, heroes and survivors. 

REENACTMENT – Corrupt Detective King (played by Nari Blair-Mangat). (National Geographic/Andrew Thompson)

Locked Up Abroad S14

Premieres Friday, September 17 at 9pm on National Geographic (Astro CH 551 (HD), Unifi TV CH 508 (HD))

Uncover the details of these incredible true stories from audacious criminals, including a Mafia hitman, a drug dealing swimsuit model, an undercover crack dealer, and a 50-ton weed smuggler.

Unknown Waters With Jeremy Wade

Premieres Monday, September 27 at 10pm on National Geographic (Astro CH 551 (HD), Unifi TV CH 508 (HD))

World-renowned angler, adventurer and freshwater detective Jeremy Wade embarks on a spectacular journey above and below the surface of the world’s greatest river system, The Amazon. In this new series, Jeremy meets with remote indigenous communities, uncovers new species, and grapples with the largest freshwater fish in the world!

Wild Harvest 

Premieres Friday, September 10 at 10.25pm, with new episodes every Thursday at 10.50pm and Friday at 10.25pm on Nat Geo People (Astro CH 710 (HD), Unifi TV CH 511 (HD))

Adventurer and forager Les Stroud teams up with award-winning Chef Paul Rogalski to showcase how harvested wild edible plants can be transformed into 5-star amazing meals!

A Taste of Italy with Nisha Katona

Premieres Sunday, September 12 at 10.25pm, with double episodes every Saturday and Sunday at 10.25pm on Nat Geo People (Astro CH 710 (HD), Unifi TV CH 511 (HD))

Chef and restaurateur Nisha Katona embarks on a culinary journey across Italy to discover the country’s hidden foodie gems. Marvel at the beautiful architecture, landscapes and history, while learning the regional secrets that influence popular Italian dishes in this new series. 

Binge-worthy series and reality TV 

Elementary S7

Starts Wednesday, September 8 at 6.10pm, with double episodes everyday at 5.15pm on FOX (Astro 704 (HD), Unifi TV CH 453 (HD)) 

Enjoy a Season 7 Elementary marathon with crime-solving duo Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Joan Watson! Delve into this modern-day drama where they solve some of the NYPD’s most difficult cases. 

Tough As Nails S2

Premieres Friday, September 10 at 8pm, with new episodes daily at 8pm on FOX (Astro 704 (HD), Unifi TV CH 453 (HD)) 

Tough As Nails is a competition series that celebrates everyday individuals who are not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty. Competitors will be tested for their strength, endurance, life skills and, most importantly, the mental challenges that take place at real-world job sites.