New to Sky this month

'Branson' | Dec 4

With added insight from family members, business associates, and journalists, and illustrated by decades of archival and home video footage, 'Branson' reveals the ups and downs of a man driven by risk-taking in both his business and personal life, reflecting on the costs and rewards of his lifelong, relentless optimism and boundary-pushing.

'Rosie Molloy Gives Up Everything' | Dec 7

Rosie Molloy (Sheridan Smith) is addicted to everything. Smoking, alcohol, Terry’s Chocolate Oranges, Xanax, Adderall, caffeine… the list goes on. After an embarrassing incident at her brother Joey’s wedding, she wakes up in the hospital and decides to change her life by "giving up everything". Also starring Ardal O'Hanlon and Pauline McLynn.

'This is Christmas' | Dec 9

Adam sees the same people in his train carriage every day but never speaks to any of them. Tired of the anonymity of London, he invites all of them to a Christmas party which forces them all to re-evaluate their lives. Starring Alfred Enoch and Kaya Scodelario.

'Predators' | Dec 11

In this compelling new blue-chip nature series narrated by actor and producer Tom Hardy, five apex predators face the ultimate test to survive. Their rapidly changing world impacts both their own lives and that of the wild kingdoms over which they rule. Those at the top are now being challenged. Territories are being redrawn and new relationships formed.

'The Amazing Maurice' | Dec 17

A lively animated adventure based on one of Sir Terry Pratchett’s wildly popular Discworld novels starring the voices of Hugh Laurie, Emilia Clarke, David Thewlis, Himesh Patel, Gemma Arterton and Hugh Bonneville.

'The Unofficial Science of Home Alone' | Dec 19

Comedians James Acaster, Guz Khan and Alex Brooker have all been obsessed with the classic 1990 comedy 'Home Alone' ever since they were kids. But there’s one big burning question that all Home Alone fans need answering; would Harry & Marv have survived those traps in real life? Well, it’s time to find out! Guz and James will be stepping into the shoes of the Wet Bandits and will be assisted by an engineer as they build their own versions of some of the most memorable boobytraps from the film while superfan Alex Brooker is living out his wildest dreams as he heads to the States to meet some of the cast and stuntmen.

'I Hate Suzie Too' | Dec 20

The series sees the return of child star turned-actress Suzie Pickles, (Billie Piper) who has a new agent, new PR and a new job – dancing for likes on ‘Dance Crazee’, a reality TV competition that has the audience hooked. In this three-part anti-Christmas, Christmas special, Suzie fights to regain the love of the British public whilst her personal life spirals out of control. Will she win their hearts and votes? And restore her reputation? And at what cost?

'Der Kaiser' | Dec 23

Das Boot’s Klaus Steinbacher portrays Franz Beckenbauer, the legendary German footballer who won the World Cup as a player in 1974, and then as the West German team’s coach in 1990. Taking place against the backdrop of the breathtaking tournaments, the film tells of a man who railed against the rigid structures and outdated rules in football and fought to conduct his private life as he wished, outside of the moral constraints and expectations of the time.

'Christmas Carole' | Dec 24

A yuletide story of our times, with apologies to Charles Dickens. BAFTA Award-winning Suranne Jones stars as Carole Mackay, an unashamedly outspoken and wealthy entrepreneur. Her online business selling all things festive has earned her a fortune, as well as the nickname "Christmas Carole". But her success hasn’t made her a better human being. In fact, it’s made her worse. The truth is that Carole is a monumentally mean person. Positively Scrooge-like. And, just like Ebeneezer, she doesn’t love Christmas at all. But this Christmas Eve, Carole’s past, present and future are about to collide. Will some rather familiar Christmas spirits help her discover the true spirit of Christmas?


'The White Lotus' season two | Available Now

Season two is set at an exclusive Sicilian resort and, similar to the first season, follows the exploits of guests and employees over the span of a week. Jennifer Coolidge, Aubrey Plaza, Will Sharpe, Meghann Fahy, Theo James and more star in the Emmy-winning series.

'Kingdom of Dreams' | Available Now

'Kingdom of Dreams' will be a visually dazzling chronicle of the fashion world spanning three decades - from the early-1990s to the 2010s.

'Morbius' | November 4

A biochemist with rare a blood disease inadvertently infects himself with a form of vampirism. Marvel action with Jared Leto.

'The Royal Mob' | November 7

'Royal Mob' tells the saga of the extended royal family that once ruled the whole of Europe, and how their loves, marriages and feuds dragged the continent into the world’s first total war and violent revolution. 

'Ambulance' | November 11

Two crooks steal an ambulance after their failed heist. Michael Bay thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.

'Poker Face' | November 12

A group of childhood friends get together every year for a poker night hosted by tech billionaire Jake Foley (Russell Crowe) in his palatial residence. Only this time, they all have a hidden agenda for their host and his money. But little do they know Jake also has an ace or two up his sleeve. Murder and mayhem don’t even come close to describing the night that is in store for them. Jake will need to bluff, double bluff, and double cross to have even the slightest chance of getting himself and his family through this hellish night. Directed by and starring Russell Crowe, alongside Liam Hemsworth.

'Rob & Romesh vs The Three Lions' | November 17

In this special edition the boys meet the stars of the England men's football team ahead of their bid to win the World Cup. As well as hanging out with the England stars, they will also meet the mastermind behind England's renaissance, Gareth Southgate.

'Aisha' | November 17

Aisha (Letitia Wright), a young Nigerian woman seeking asylum in Ireland, is floundering in a maze of social services and bureaucracy. Alone and unwilling to sacrifice her dignity to satisfy the demands of the authorities, she finds an ally in Conor (Josh O’Connor), an employee at her residence home, a local young man with a troubled past of his own. Together they struggle to maintain their tender friendship in the face of Aisha’s increasingly dire predicament and her rapidly diminishing options.

'The Northman' | November 25

A young Viking prince sets out to avenge his father's murder. Action adventure starring Alexander Skarsgård and Nicole Kidman.


'A Friend of the Family' | Oct 7 (via Peacock)

A Friend of the Family is a nine-episode limited series based on the harrowing true story of the Broberg family, whose daughter Jan was kidnapped multiple times over a period of years by a charismatic, obsessed family "friend". Oscar Award-winner Anna Paquin, Jake Lacy, Colin Hanks and Mckenna Grace star.

'Gangs of London' season two | Oct 20

One year after the death of Sean Wallace and the violent reckonings of series one, the map and soul of London has been redrawn. The surviving Wallaces are scattered, the Dumanis broken and estranged, and ex-undercover cop Elliot is now being forced to work for the investors. To restore order, the investors have aligned behind heroin baron Asif Afridi and together they have installed a new ruling force in London in the form of brutal gang leader - Koba.

'Resident Alien' season two, part two | This October

Harry’s got a whole lot of trouble brewing and his kind are to blame as 'Resident Alien' is back for the second part of season two. The skittering baby that hatched in the first half of the season has escaped into the wilds, no longer confined to Harry’s remote cabin. Finding that little (man-eating) whippersnapper is going to consume a lot of Harry’s time.

'Kingdom of Dreams' | This October

Kingdom of Dreams is a visually dazzling chronicle of the fashion world spanning three decades - from the early-1990s to the 2010s. It is a Golden Age, a time when the forces of ground-breaking creativity and disruptive business converge and collide. Fashion explodes out of the traditional, elite kingdoms of haute couture and style - Paris, Milan, London and New York - to become a truly global phenomenon. Unfolding over four episodes, the series will chart a high-stakes story packed with the seductive beauty and dramatic intrigue behind the most iconic fashion moments and shows of the era.

'Studio 666' | This October

Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Foo Fighters move into an Encino mansion steeped in grisly rock history to record their much anticipated tenth album. Once in the house, Dave Grohl finds himself grappling with supernatural forces that threaten both the completion of the album and the lives of the band.

'Sonic the Hedgehog 2' | This October

As Dr Robotnik and new ally Knuckles search for an emerald with the power to destroy worlds, it's up to Sonic and Tails to stop them. Smash sequel with the voices of Ben Schwartz, Idris Elba and Jim Carrey.

'The Lost City' | This October

Reclusive author Loretta Sage (Sandra Bullock) writes about exotic places in her popular adventure novels that feature a handsome cover model named Alan (Channing Tatum). While on tour promoting her new book with Alan, Loretta gets kidnapped by an eccentric billionaire who hopes she can lead him to an ancient city’s lost treasure from her latest story. Determined to prove he can be a hero in real life and not just on the pages of her books, Alan sets off to rescue her.


'Munich Games' | This September

It’s 2022, and a friendly football match between an Israeli and a German team is planned as a mark of peace and respect for the victims of the 1972 terrorist attack. Police and secret services on all sides are on high alert to ensure the security of the event.

'Fantasy Football' | This September

After 18 years off our screens, Sky are bringing back Fantasy Football League, the iconic comedy football show blending football fanaticism with celebrity chat. Originally fronted by the show’s creators, David Baddiel and Frank Skinner, the duo will be passing the ball to brand new hosts, Matt Lucas and Ellas James.

'Bloods' Season Two | September 1

In the latest instalment of episodes, we see Wendy and Maleek’s friendship blown apart when she accuses him of drinking on the job, Jo and Lawrence finally confront their complicated ‘situation’, (with hilarious results), and Gary and Kareshma go on quite the emotional rollercoaster.

'Belfast' | September 2

An Academy Award, BAFTA and Golden Globe-winning story of love, laughter and loss in one boy’s childhood during the tumult of the late 1960s in the Northern Ireland capital, straight from director Kenneth Branagh’s own experience.

'Mind Over Murder' | September 4

Directed by Nanfu Wang, this six-part docuseries chronicles the complex story of six individuals who were convicted for the 1985 murder of beloved
grandmother Helen Wilson in the town of Beatrice, Nebraska. Though five of the individuals confessed to the crime, the ‘Beatrice Six’ were later fully exonerated by DNA evidence in a turn of events that forever divided the town.

'Brassic' Season Four | September 7

Back for more and fresher than ever, Sky’s biggest original comedy returns with a vengeance for series four. With all the Brassic gang back in Hawley, things don’t get any easier for the group as they hatch eccentric plans, complete questionable heists and nick some bizarre items. From discovering severed body parts to training racing dogs, then finding unexpected guests and causing mayhem at a murder mystery night, trouble is never far away when Brassic comes to town. 

'The Russell Howard Hour' Season Six | September 8

Russell Howard returns to put the world to rights with a new series of 'The Russell Howard Hour', tackling all the big stories with his trademark irreverence.

'The 355' | September 9

A wild card CIA agent joins forces with three international agents on a lethal mission. Jessica Chastain, Bingbing Fan, Diane Kruger, Lupita Nyong'o and Penélope Cruz star.

'Never Mind the Buzzcocks' Season Two | September 13

'Never Mind the Buzzcocks' is returning to Sky for a second series after the first series being one of Sky’s best performance launches ever. Host Greg Davies oversees the musical festivities, while the teams will be headed up by Buzzcocks veteran Noel Fielding alongside Daisy May Cooper and regular guest Jamali Maddix. Joining them will be a roster of top stars from the world of music and comedy, as they test their wits against classic rounds returning for the new series along with some new surprises.

'Vampire Academy' | September 16

St. Vladmir’s Academy isn’t just any boarding school — it’s a hidden place
where vampire royals are educated and half-human teens train to
protect them from the savage ‘Strigoi’ vampires who would like to see
them destroyed.

'After Yang' | September 22

'After Yang' tells the story of a family who lose their A.I helper, and the profound feelings that the experience induces. When his young daughter's beloved companion — an android named Yang (Justin H. Min) — malfunctions, Jake (Colin Farrell) searches for a way to repair him. In the process, Jake discovers the life that has been passing in front of him, reconnecting with his wife (Jodie Turner-Smith) and daughter (Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja) across a distance he didn't know was there.

'Uncharted' | September 23

Street-smart Tom Holland is recruited by treasure hunter Mark Wahlberg to recover a fortune lost 500 years ago. Action-adventure based on the hit video game series.

'This England' | September 28

'This England', based on Boris Johnson’s tumultuous first months as Prime Minister, traces the impact on the country of the first wave of the Coronavirus pandemic. The drama takes us inside the halls of power, as Johnson (Kenneth Branagh) grapples with Covid-19, Brexit, and a controversial personal and political life.