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What to Watch 2024


New shows you won’t want to miss

We’re a couple months into 2024 and Sky & NOW have still got lots of brilliant telly coming your way. In fact, the line-up coming to Sky & NOW is so good that you’ll be hard pressed to find a show that isn’t worthy of a place on any Best Of list.

From highly-anticipated Sky Original dramas starring A-List actors to the best of the US - House of the Dragon fans we’re talking to you - the TV coming to Sky & NOW in 2024 is worth getting excited about.

If films are more your thing, don’t worry because we’ve got you covered too. Sky Cinema has a bunch of brand-new movies landing in 2024, from action-thriller The Beekeeper to Michael Mann’s latest feature Ferrari. You’ll be spoilt for choice.

So, what are you waiting for? Whether you’re working on a 2024 lookahead or simply curious about we’ve got coming this year, find out more.

PS. Haven’t found anything that takes your fancy? Well, these are just our top picks…there’s plenty more coming in 2024 so keep an eye out as you’ll be sure to find something that hits the spot!

NB: Please note TX dates are subject to change

Mary & George

Mary & George is inspired by the outrageous true story of Mary Villiers(Julianne Moore), who moulded her beautiful and charismatic son, George (Nicholas Galitzine), to seduce King James VI of Scotland and I of England (Tony Curran) and become his all- powerful lover.

The pair rose from humble beginnings as they schemed to become the richest,most titled and influential players the English court had ever seen, and the King’s most trusted advisors. And with England’s place on the world stage under threat from a Spanish invasion and rioters taking to the streets to denounce the King, the stakes could not have been higher.

Prepared to stop at nothing and armed with her ruthless political steel, Mary married her way up the ranks, bribed politicians, colluded with criminals and clawed her way into the heart of the Establishment, making it her own. Mary & George is an audacious historical psychodrama about a treacherous mother and son who schemed, seduced and killed to conquer the Court of England and the bed of its King.

Coming 5 March on Sky Atlantic & streaming service NOW.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz

The Tattooist of Auschwitz is the story of one man, Lali (Jonah Hauer-King), a Slovakian Jew, who, in 1942, was deported to Auschwitz, the concentration camp where over a million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust.

Shortly after arrival, Lali was made one of the Tätowierer (tattooists), charged to ink identification numbers onto fellow prisoners’ arms. One day, he met Gita (Anna Próchniak) when tattooing her prisoner number on her arm, leading to a love that defies the horrors around them. So began a courageous and unforgettable, story. Under constant guard from a volatile Nazi SS officer Baretzki (Jonas Nay), Lali and Gita became determined to keep each other alive. Around 60 years later, Lali (Harvey Keitel) then in his 80’s, met aspiring writer Heather Morris (Melanie Lynskey). Recently widowed, Lali found the courage to tell the world his story. In recounting his past to Heather, Lali finally confronted the traumatic ghosts of his youth and relived his memories of falling in love in
the darkest of places.

Coming 2 May on Sky Atlantic & streaming service NOW

Mr Bigstuff

Mr Bigstuff is a six-part comedy about estranged brothers Glen (Ryan Sampson)and Lee, played by Danny Dyer in his TV comedy debut. Created by Sampson, it explores broken families, brotherhood, manhood and carpet sales.

It tells the story of two estranged brothers; Glen a nervy perfectionist and carpetsalesman striving to live the suburban ideal and Lee, an alpha male with a prescription drug addiction and biscuit tin full of his Dad’s ashes.

In the Sky Original, Glen and his fiancée Kirsty share a perfect, perfectly mundane life together. Sure, Glen’s got crippling erectile dysfunction and Kirsty (Harriet Webb) has a secret shoplifting habit, but they’re happy. That is until Lee comes crashing into their lives, whilst on the run from a past that’s quickly catching upwith him. The trio are forced together: a perfectionist, a fantasist and an anarchist all living under the same roof in an Essex cul-de-sac. It’s not long beforetheir ‘perfect’ lives start to unravel faster than the weave of a cheap carpet.

The cast includes; Danny Dyer, Ryan Sampson, Harriet Webb, alongside AdrianScarborough, Fatiha El Ghorri, Ned Dennehy, Victoria Alcock, Geoff Bell, NitinGanatra, Judi Love and more.

Coming Spring 2024 on Sky Comedy & streaming service NOW

The Regime

The darkly comedic six-episode series tells the story of life within the walls of amodern authoritarian regime as it begins to unravel. After not leaving the palacefor quite some time, Chancellor Elena Vernham (Kate Winslet) has grown increasingly paranoid and unstable when she turns to a volatile soldier, HerbertZubak (Matthias Schoenaerts), as an unlikely confidant. As Zubak’s influence over the chancellor continues to grow, Elena’s attempts to expand her power eventually result in both the palace and the country fracturing around her.

Coming April on Sky Atlantic & streaming service NOW.

The Sympathizer

Based on Viet Thanh Nguyen’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, The Sympathizer is an espionage thriller and cross-culture satire about the struggles of a half-French, half-Vietnamese communist spy during the final days of the Vietnam War and his resulting exile in the United States.

The series stars Hoa Xuande, Fred Nguyen Khan, Toan Le, Ky Duyen, Sandra Oh and Robert Downey Jr.

Coming 2024 on Sky Atlantic & streaming service NOW

Rob Beckett’s Smart TV

From the makers of Never Mind the Buzzcocks comes a brand-new, fast-paced comedy quiz show all about the magic of television.

Hosted by the brilliant Rob Beckett alongside team captains – TV fanatic Josh Widdicombe, and a lady who frankly is TV personified, Alison Hammond – the show will be a hilarious celebration of the small screen and the shows we love.

Featuring some of the biggest names in TV, the regulars will be joined by actors, comics, presenters and personalities, competing across a series of funny, chaotic, trivia-infused rounds to see who knows the most about telly.

Coming 29 February on Sky Max & streaming service NOW.

The Day of the Jackal

This contemporary reimagining of the iconic thriller stars Academy, Tony and BAFTA award-winner Eddie Redmayne (The Good Nurse, Trial of The Chicago Seven, The Theory of Everything) as The Jackal, an unrivalled and highly elusive lone assassin, and Lashana Lynch (Bob Marley: One Love,

The Woman King, No Time To Die) as Bianca, a tenacious MI6 agent in a relentless, global pursuit to catch him.

The 10-part adaptation is based on the seminal novel by Frederick Forsyth andsubsequent award-winning 1973 film from Universal Pictures. The series is produced by Downton Abbey and The Last Kingdom producers Carnival Films, part of Universal International Studios, a division of Universal Studio Group, and was commissioned by Sky Studios and Peacock.

The series is written and adapted by Ronan Bennett, creator and writer of the critically acclaimed Top Boy. Internationally award-winning Director Brian Kirk (Game of Thrones, Luther, Boardwalk Empire) is the lead director.

Coming 2024 on Sky Atlantic & streaming service NOW

Sweetpea

A female driven drama adapted from the novel Sweetpea by C.J. Skuse.

In a deviously twisted coming-of-‘rage’ story, Ella Purnell (Yellowjackets, Fallout)stars as Rhiannon: a quiet wallflower on a darkly comedic and intoxicating journey of self-discovery, with deadly consequences.

Rhiannon Lewis doesn’t make much of an impression - people walk past her in the street without a second glance. She’s continually overlooked for a promotion at work, the guy she likes won’t commit, and her dad is really, really sick. So far, so shit. Then everything in her life turns upside down. Rhiannon is pushed over the edge, and loses control. Suddenly the wallflower is gone, and in its place is a young woman capable of anything… Rhiannon’s life transforms as she steps into
a new, intoxicating power, but can she keep her killer secret?

Further casting alongside Purnell boasts an array of exciting British talent, including Nicôle Lecky (Mood, Sense8) as Julia, Jon Pointing (Big Boys,Smothered) as Craig, Calam Lynch (Bridgerton) as AJ, Leah Harvey (Foundation) as Marina. Also starring Jeremy Swift (Ted Lasso) as Norman and
Dustin Demri-Burns (Slow Horses) as Jeff.

Coming 2024 on Sky Atlantic & streaming service NOW

Small Town, Big Story

Every small town has a story to tell. Some don’t know how to keep a secret …

Small Town, Big Story is a warm and witty, very dramatic comedy created anddirected by Chris O’Dowd (Moone Boy). Filmed on location in Ireland, the six-part series is about the fictional town Drumban, a rural village of rattled misfits on the border of Ireland and another world, and what happens when a Hollywood production rolls into town and throws the spotlight on a secret that’s been kept hidden since the eve of the Millennium.

The series stars Christina Hendricks as Wendy Patterson, a local girl done good as a hot-shot television producer, and Paddy Considine as Drumban’s local doctor and pillar of the community Seamus Proctor. The series also stars; Eileen Walsh, Leia Murphy, David Rawle, Patrick Martins, Evanne Kilgallon, Andrew Bennett, Ruth McCabe, David Wilmot, Michelle Forbes, and Peter McGann.

Coming Autumn 2024 on Sky Max & streaming service NOW

Klitschko: The Fight of his Life (w/t)

Sky Original Klitschko: The Fight of his Life (W/T) offers viewers unprecedentedaccess to former heavyweight boxing world champion Vitali Klitschko, along with his brother Wladimir, who together dominated the sport for more than a decade.

Now the longest serving Mayor of Kyiv, this feature-length documentary charts Vitali’s journey from the ring to political office, ultimately leading the defence of the capital when it was attacked by Russian forces in February 2022.

Academy Award winner Kevin MacDonald (One Day in September, Touching the Void, Bruno v Tyson) directs, delving into exclusive personal archives, combining the retrospective story of the Klitschko brothers’ Soviet childhood and their incredible sporting career, with the present-day footage shot in Ukraine, the US and Germany by award-winning Director of Photography Edgar Dubrovskiy (Tinder Swindler), capturing what it takes to hold the city and country together during wartime.

While Wladimir uses his celebrity status and popularity to help raise funds and military support for the defence of Ukraine, the heart of the story is the remarkable transformation of Vitali from sporting hero to political figurehead. From the face of the opposition in the 2014 Maidan Revolution to the mayor running on an anti-corruption card, Vitali tests his leadership capabilities as he’s put in charge
of the safety of millions of Kyiv citizens, with the eyes of the world watching.

Coming 2024 on Sky Documentaries & streaming service NOW

Secret World of Sound with David Attenborough

Packed with insight and new scientific discoveries, Secret World of Sound withDavid Attenborough will transport viewers into the natural world for an unforgettable experience full of wonder.

Filmed in 4K ultra-high definition, each episode of the series will feature in-depth stories of eight animals, followed by five-minutes of Behind- The-Scenes footage.

Unveiling the very latest in audio technology, the series uses specially adaptedcameras and laser vibrometers, which allows humans to truly eavesdrop on the animal world for the first time and discover new stories and information that have been hidden until now.

The series incorporates microphones so tiny, they fit on your fingertip, and so precise they can detect the noise of a baby caiman calling from inside the egg.

With 360-Dolby Atmos Sound, viewers will experience the breath-taking sounds of the natural world as never heard before.

Coming 25 February on Sky Nature, Sky Showcase & streaming service NOW

Ibiza Narcos

Ibiza Narcos tells the story of how a tiny, sleepy Mediterranean Island was transformed into one the world’s most vibrant party capitals, fuelled by a dangerous and lucrative drugs trade which drew as many criminals to its shores as it did party animals. Ibiza Narcos is the third instalment of the
popular Narcos strand on Sky Documentaries, following on from BAFTA award winning Liverpool Narcos, and Dublin Narcos.

Fusing documentary and drama, the series charts the rise and fall ofsome of the opportunistic smugglers and dealers who brought LSD, ecstasy, and cocaine to Ibiza during the 1980’s, 90’s and 2000’s, and the police attempts to stem the tide of narcotics flowing in with the clubbers. And it tells the stories of those for whom the non-stop party got out of hand.

Coming 2024 on Sky Documentaries & streaming service NOW

Darts

The world of darts is more popular than ever - the World Championship held every Christmas at Alexandra Palace sells out in minutes and millions tune in to watch worldwide. In a year like no other, this three-part series for Sky Documentaries offers exclusive access to the world of professional darts.

The series, which tracks the action from pre-tournament preparation to the final and beyond, follows up-and-coming hopefuls to top-seeded players, the families who support them to achieve their dreams, as well as those who work tirelessly behind the scenes to create this global phenomenon.

Coming 2024 on Sky Documentaries & streaming service NOW

Black Widow

Black Widow follows the decade-long police investigation into one of Britain’smost dangerous female murderers. Over 20 years, Dena Thompson who was known as ‘The Black Widow’, carried out a sustained campaign of fraud, deception, bigamy and murder. Using Lonely Hearts columns to lure a succession of husbands and dozens of lovers into her life, she was able to coerce them into
giving up their life’s savings, their homes, their families and their freedom based on her bizarre but convincing stories.

Dena was finally caught in 2003 and convicted for murder, but after 19 years behind bars, she has been released from prison, and her victims are still struggling to understand what happened to them. This 3 x 60” series includes first-hand testimony from those affected, with exclusive access to her first husband - who ended up homeless believing he was on the run from the mafia.

Coming 2024 on Sky Documentaries & streaming service NOW

Johnson and Knopfler’s Music Legends

Musicians don’t come much bigger than legends of rock Brian Johnson and Mark Knopfler, lead singers of AC/DC and Dire Straits. Having sold a staggering 300 million records between them, each has left their own mark on our cultural history. Now, after a lifetime in music, they’re taking a moment to reflect. In this brand new series, Brian, Mark and special guests will embark on a joyous romp through the history of popular music, exploring the key moments thattransformed these mavericks into iconic musicians.

Coming Spring 2024 on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 36 & streaming service NOW

Art Matters

The arts are in crisis. Substantial reductions in funding for the arts by government and local councils, the marginalisation of arts in the school curriculum and at universities, together with the lingering after-effects of the pandemic have taken their toll. Melvyn Bragg, whose life and work has been dedicated to throwing the arts open to everyone, will make his case for why the arts in Britain matter in this brand-new Sky Arts special.

A passionate manifesto for placing the arts at the centre of British life, this feature-length film will see Melvyn and special guests explore the power of the arts to enrich our lives, strengthen our communities and our democracy, supercharge the economy and shape the future. Melvyn will also reflect on his own life experiences and transformative artistic encounters, and he’ll make the
case for why the next generation deserve greater opportunities for self- expression and social mobility.

Coming 2024 on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 36 & streaming service NOW

Backstage with the London Philharmonic Orchestra

How does one of the most famous orchestras in the world ready itself for opening night? Gain unrivalled access behind the scenes in this new four-part series following the London Philharmonic Orchestra as they open their new season with Mahler’s epic 2nd Symphony, ‘Resurrection’. LPO Principal Conductor Edward Gardner, plus key players from the percussion, woodwind, string and
brass sections, accompany us through three full rehearsals and give their own insight on Mahler’s detailed score ahead of their sell-out first performance at London’s Royal Festival Hall.

The series spotlights the meticulous preparation and routines of each section of the orchestra as well as the final full performance, getting under the skin of the talented musicians and processes which combine to create an orchestral masterpiece.

Coming March 2024 on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 36 & streaming service NOW

My Week with Maggi Hambling

A brand-new encounter with one of our greatest living artists, Maggi Hambling. Join art historian and curator, Kate Bryan, as she fully immerses herself in the life and work of this iconic tour de force, known as much for her acerbic wit as her artistic genius. Filming many of her experiences on her iPhone, Kate spends long days with Maggi at home and in her studio, where the artist rises daily at 5am, and sets to work despite her recent near-fatal heart attack.

Discussing everything from her creative processes and her muses to speeding tickets, cinnamon buns and being a reluctant queer icon, this one-off film draws an intimate portrait of an artist usually out of the limelight, and explores her acclaimed body of work.

Coming soon on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 36 & streaming service NOW

The Pilgrimage of Gilbert & George

From their iconic house and studio in London’s Brick Lane, Gilbert & George have been at the forefront of British art for over half a century. Their unmistakable art is stark, urban, poetic, profoundly romantic, brutally realistic, and wholly visionary. It has captivated mainstream audiences around the globe.

The Pilgrimage of Gilbert & George is a timely, and immersive feature documentary that weaves together a body of multiple new interviews, with a rich tapestry of historic and rare archive, to create an engrossing reflection on their journey: from their very first public work as ‘living sculptures’, they have never failed to attract fascination and controversy, admiration, and shock.

By unpacking their long and literal walk through life – repeatedly likened to a Pilgrimage – substantially with their voices, and few other commentators, the film offers a rare, deep, and captivating insight into their personal philosophy. Like their art, this is a film made for the many, not the few: It’s an incredibly vivid, honest, and human, first-hand reflection that embraces the Gilbert & George mantra of ‘art for all’.

Gilbert & George - two-people-one-artist - have been at the forefront of British art for over half a century.

Coming 2024 on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 36 & streaming service NOW

Happy Town

Narrated by Mel B, Happy Town follows the problem-solving adventures of an adorable hedgehog and ladybird best friend duo, Pep and Tabitha, in a charming and unique community. The brightness of the light in Happy Town depends on the townsfolks glee, so each time it starts to fizz out, the duo set out on a mission to make the sign shine bright again by helping others and encouraging everyone to help each other too.

Let’s Go Bananas!

Let’s Go, Bananas! created and written by Tim Bain (Bluey, PJ Masks), focuses on a community of three sweet and silly neighbouring animal families who share each other's triumphs, dramas and completely bananas lives. The show is a feel-good celebration of different family structures, and all the wonderful chaos, joy and messy moments which will be recognised and loved by young viewers and their own families.

Available 2024 on Sky Kids & streaming service NOW

Returning series of your favourite shows

House of the Dragon S2

Based on George R.R. Martin’s “Fire & Blood,” the series, set 200 years before the events of “Game of Thrones,” tells the story of House Targaryen.

Returning cast includes Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Eve Best, Steve Toussaint, Fabien Frankel, Ewan Mitchell, Tom Glynn-Carney, Sonoya Mizuno, and Rhys Ifans.

Coming Summer 2024 on Sky Atlantic & streaming service NOW

A League of Their Own Road Trip

A League Of Their Own: Road Trip is heading to Mexico for their next epic adventure with regulars Jamie Redknapp, Jill Scott, Micah Richards and Mo Gilligan.

It's Red vs Blue and, as ever, the teams will compete in a series of sporting and cultural challenges in a bid to avoid the series forfeit. But – for the first time ever – it won’t just be the team captains in the firing line for the forfeit. As some of the cast are unable to stay for the duration of the trip, they will be joined by friend of the show and comedian, Maisie Adam.

In previous series, we have danced as cheerleaders in front of 90,000 LA Rams fans, taken driving lessons from Max Verstappen at the Singapore Grand Prix, had a tennis match umpired by Novak Djokovic at the Monte-Carlo Masters and joined the cast of Aladdin on Broadway.

And this Road Trip will be no less exciting. The teams will be travelling across the country, from Mexico City to Baja California, seeing all that this incredible place has to offer. Taking part in the infamous Day of the Dead Parade, learning the art of Mexican Rodeo, scuba diving with sea lions in choppy waters and wrestling each other in a Lucha Libre match are just a few things they’ll be doing to try and avoid the dreaded forfeit.

Coming 2024 on Sky Max & streaming service NOW

Hold the Front Page S2

Josh Widdicombe and Nish Kumar are about to leap back into the weird and wonderful world of local news journalism with Hold the Front Page, returning for a second run. And this time, the boys are determined to do a lot better than they did before.

The new series will again follow the highs and lows of Nish and Josh as they travel across the UK working for a different local newspaper each week, on a mission to find real local stories strong enough to make the front page. Last series we saw the pair meet mermaids in West Sussex, they found themselves on the set of Emmerdale in Yorkshire, and not forgetting Nish’s attempt to chase Boris Johnson down in Blackpool!

In series two, Josh and Nish will embark on the next leg of their investigative journey around Britain; delving into local mysteries, taking part in unusual events, cover the burning issues of the day and perhaps enlist a celebrity or two to help them out along the way. With very little journalistic experience, and not the best track-record from last series, will they succeed in their quest for a stand-out story to make the front page

Coming 2024 on Sky Max & streaming service NOW

Painting Birds with Jim and Nancy Moir S2

Jim Moir and his wife Nancy continue their ornithological adventure around the UK, donning their binoculars and their paintbrushes to spot and paint some of the unique species of birds native to that region. Along the way they'll meet local ornithologists, famous artists, and a couple of Jim’s famous friends who will have a go at creating some art.

Coming Spring 2024 on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 36 & streaming service NOW

Funny Woman S2

Based on Nick Hornby’s book Funny Girl, the first series of Funny Woman followed Barbara (Gemma Arterton) a young working class woman from Blackpool who realised her dream and became TV comedy star, Sophie Straw, the nation’s favourite.

In series two, Sophie finds out that ‘having a voice’ doesn’t mean it will be heard and that fame is a fickle friend. Fed up with being the comic muse in old school comedy shows, Sophie tries her hand at arthouse cinema hoping it will be more progressive – it isn’t! Undeterred, Sophie decides to create her own comedy show where she can tell authentic stories in all their messy and hilarious glory. She’s found her voice, and no one can stop her using it! She learns that the power is in
the word.

Coming 2024 on Sky Max & streaming service NOW

Portrait Artist of the Year S11

Dust off your brushes! A new selection of talented artists, chosen from thousands of entrants, will compete once again in the nation’s favourite art competition, Portrait Artist of the Year.

The series is back with host Stephen Mangan and a new batch of amateur and professional artists battling it out to impress expert judges Tai Shan Schierenberg, Kathleen Soriano and Kate Bryan. As always, they’ll be joined by a star-studded line-up of celebrated sitters from the worlds of stage, screen, literature, sport and politics.

Coming Autumn 2024 on Sky Arts, Freeview Channel 36 & streaming service NOW

Best of the Big Screen - enjoyed from the comfort of your home

The Beekeeper

In The Beekeeper, one man's brutal campaign for vengeance takes on national stakes after he is revealed to be a former operative of a powerful and clandestine organization known as "Beekeepers".

Starring Jason Statham.

Coming 2024 on Sky Cinema & streaming service NOW

Ferrari

It is the summer of 1957. Behind the spectacle of Formula 1, ex-racer Enzo Ferrari is in crisis. Bankruptcy threatens the factory he and his wife, Laura built from nothing ten years earlier. Their volatile marriage has been battered by the loss of their son, Dino a year earlier. Ferrari struggles to acknowledge his son Piero with Lina Lardi. Meanwhile, his drivers’ passion to win pushes them to the edge as they launch into the treacherous 1,000-mile race across Italy, the Mille Miglia.

Adam Driver and Penelope Cruz star alongside Shailene Woodley as Lina Lardi, Sarah Gadon as Linda Christian, Gabriel Leone as Alfonso de Portago, Jack O'Connell as Peter Collins, and Patrick Dempsey as Piero Taruffi.

Coming 1 March on Sky Cinema & streaming service NOW

Lee

LEE tells the story of Lee Miller (Winslet), American photographer. Determined to document the truth of the Nazi regime, and in spite of the odds stacked against female correspondents, Lee captured some of the most important images of World War II, but they came at an enormous personal price.

Coming 2024 on Sky Cinema & streaming service NOW

Bonus Track

Bonus Track, created by Josh O’Connor and Mike Gilbert, is set in 2006, and centres on George (Joe Anders) - a small-town sixteen-year-old – who is on the road to complete social and academic failure. He dreams of being a star, knows he’s a gifted musician - but no one else seems to agree... So, when Max (Samuel Small) - the son of a mega-famous musical duo - enrols at his school and takes an interest in his music, George can’t believe it! Neither can anyone else. But as the boys grow closer, George begins to question why he actually wants to spend time with Max... George is faced with a potential dream come true - if he can just figure out what that dream now really is...

Coming 2024 on Sky Cinema & streaming service NOW

The Radleys

The Radleys is a scarily relatable vampire thriller adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by best-selling author Matt Haig and based on a script developed by British Comedy Award winner Jo Brand.

Nestled in a quiet, suburban English town live The Radleys. To their neighbours, they are as ordinary as they come, yet beneath the surface, parents Peter (Damian Lewis) and Helen (Kelly Macdonald) are concealing a devastatingly dark secret from their teenage children, Rowan and Clara. They are abstaining vampires, choosing not to drink blood despite their natural cravings, yet
becoming more and more bloodthirsty by the day.

Can the family continue to hold back their hidden bloodlust, or will they give into their true nature?

Coming 2024 on Sky Cinema & streaming service NOW

Some of the shows you might have missed

The best of the months just gone

And whilst you wait for these shows to arrive, why not get stuck into some of
the shows you might have missed from the past couple of months including:

• Julia Season 2 (Sky Atlantic & NOW)
• True Detective: Night Country (Sky Atlantic & NOW)
• Fire Country (Sky Witness & NOW)
• TED (Sky Max & NOW)
• Rob & Romesh Vs F1: Monaco (Sky Max & NOW)
• Zuckerberg: King of the Metaverse (Sky Documentaries & NOW)
• Tell Them You Love Me (Sky Documentaries & NOW)

Enjoy some of the best TV series and films that have streamed on Sky and NOW so far, this year. We’ve got you covered!

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