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New to Sky Box Sets in May

Season two of The Gilded Age makes its Sky Box Sets premiere in May, along with the docuseries Swiping America. Here’s the full line-up what will screen 7.30 nightly: Fellow Travelers S1 Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber Britannia S1 Younger S7 The Gilded Age S1 Breaking Bad S4 Twin Peaks: The Return S1a Fires S1 Swiping America S1 Britannia S2 Temple S1 The Gilded […]

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New to Sky Box Sets in March

  Steven Soderbergh’s inventively intriguing Full Circle leads next month’s line-up on Sky Box Sets while other highlights include both seasons of Hitmen and Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty. Here’s what will screen 7.30 nightly: Full Circle Hitmen S1 Cinema Toast S1 Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty S1 Charmed S4 Gossip Girl S1b The Flash S9a Made […]

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‘Live Start’ for Sky Open Super Rugby and NRL

This weekend kicks off Sky’s new super rugby and NRL strategy that will see games ‘live start’ free-to-air on Sky Open but become progressively delayed with ad breaks throughout the broadcast. Here’s the media release about the on-air talent and scheduling: Sky Sport unveils strong lineup for DHL Super Rugby Pacific and Sky Super Rugby Aupiki […]

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Sky’s Marathon Olympics Coverage

Sky’s marathon coverage of the Paris Olympics will include “virtually round-the-clock” free-to-air content on Sky Open, although much of this will be highlights and replays, with some live events between 7pm and 9am, as well as multiple 24-hour channels and Sky Sport 3. Here’s the media release: Sky reveals talent and broadcast plans and teases […]

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Sky Goes Bilingual for Indigenous Games

Sky’s coverage of the 2024 Indigenous and Māori All Stars Games will feature a “unique” bilingual commentary co-presented by rugby star Honey Hireme-Smiler. Here’s the media release: Sky Sport partners with NRL to introduce bilingual commentary for 2024 Indigenous and Māori All Stars Games Sky Sport is thrilled to announce its collaboration with National Rugby League (NRL) for […]

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Critical Condition: True Detective: Night Country

Here’s what critics are saying about True Detective: Night Country, which launches today (SoHo, Neon): “Remember this crime series? The first was gripping and off-kilter and had Matthew McConaughey at his maddest. The second fell of a cliff, and no one much talked about the third. But now the fourth is here and it’s a […]

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New to Sky Box Sets in February

The ninth and final season of The Flash will screen for the first time on Sky Box Sets in February. Here’s the full 7.30 nightly line-up for next month: Supergirl S6a Equal Casa Grande S1 Eden Snowfall S4 Genera+ion S1 A Million Little Things S4a Supergirl S6b The Fear Index The Great S1 Devils S1 Snowfall S5 Duncanville S1 A Million Little Things S4b The Flash S8a […]

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New to Neon in January

Neon’s January slate is scarcely teeming with notable premieres but two stand out: True Detective: Night Country (January 15) and Belgravia: The Next Chapter (January 16). The former hopefully will mark a return to vintage form, with Jodie Foster playing a cop investigating the disappearance of eight men in an Alaskan Arctic research station. The latter, from Julian Fellowes […]

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New to Sky Box Sets in January

The Paul Newman-Joanna Woodward docuseries The Last Movie Stars, all four seasons of Mr Robot and country-and-western superstars bio George & Tammy are among next month’s highlights on Sky Box Sets. Screening in order of their nightly 7.30 rotation are: The Kings of Napa ZeroZeroZero The Last Movie Stars A Black Lady Sketch Show S1-2 Mr Robot S1 […]

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New to SoHo in January

Season four of True Detective will screen 9.30 Mondays from January 15 on Sky’s SoHo channel. The six-part series is subtitled Night Country and teams Jodie Foster and pro boxer-turned-actor Kali Reis in a partnership that fans hope will rival the Matthew McConaughey-Woody Harrelson dynamic of the original eight years ago. The screenplay, by Issa […]

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