New to Sky Box Sets in July

Winter is here: ahead of the August 22 premiere of Game of Thrones prequel House of Dragon, Sky Box Sets will roll out the original saga in July, along with three excellent investigation documentary series and the full term of Veep.

Screening in order of their nightly 7.30 rotation will be:

  1. Pen15 S1
  2. Vice Principals S1
  3. The Jinx
  4. Game of Thrones S2
  5. The Vow
  6. Dexter S1
  7. The Nevers
  8. Pen15 S2
  9. Veep S1-2
  10. I’m Dying Up Here S1
  11. Game of Thrones S3
  12. Murder on Middle Beach
  13. Dexter S2
  14. The Affair S1
  15. Animal Kingdom S5
  16. Veep S3-4
  17. I’m Dying Up Here S2
  18. Game of Thrones S4
  19. Cobra S1
  20. Dexter S3
  21. The Affair S2
  22. Mr Inbetween S2
  23. Veep S5-6
  24. Band of Brothers
  25. Game of Thrones S5
  26. Cobra: Cyberwar 
  27. Dexter S4
  28. The Affair S3
  29. Mr Inbetween S3
  30. Veep S7
  31. The Pacific
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4 Responses to “New to Sky Box Sets in July”

  1. Warning: preg_replace(): Unknown modifier '/' in /home/customer/www/ on line 66
    June 7, 2022 at 11:49 am

    It seems Sky is wanting to buy MediaWorks but why? It doesn’t make any sense and it seems the sharemarket agrees with me ?

  2. It would make Sky a much stronger proposition for someone to buy and Sky could exploit crossover opportunities for MediaWorks’ high-profile ex-TV talent (Duncan Garner, Tova O’Brien …).

  3. MediaWorks is currently making a loss, it’s probably quite cheap for owning 50% of the radio space, tier 2 talent and it also owns outside advertising. I think this is a clever move by the board to diversify away from their current narrow business model and as Philip has pointed out, it’ll make Sky attractive to the bigger content providers out there (or it’s already part of a deal).

  4. That’s interesting Philip. Do you think Warner Bros. Discovery or Disney may look into buying Sky. Actually, would they be allowed to ?

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