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The Good Lord Bird
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Drama
Wednesdays from 20 Jan, 9.30pm
 
 
This historical drama adventure is equal parts absurd and tragic, spotlighting the ever-changing racial, religious and gender roles that make up the American identity. Created and starring Ethan Hawke
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NBL Championship
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Basketball
 
 
 
Sky Sport is proud to bring you the 2020/21 NBL season. Tune in for LIVE coverage from 15 January 
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Jumanji: The Next Level
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Adventure
Premieres Sunday 7 Feb, 8.30pm
 
 
When Spencer goes back into the fantastical world of Jumanji, pals Martha, Fridge and Bethany re-enter the game to bring him home. Starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black
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 Australian Open
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Tennis
 
  
  
The action is hot on the court under the blazing sun. The Aussie Open signals the first Grand Slam of the season. Don’t miss the action from Rod Laver Arena.
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Crime Month on Nat Geo
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Documentary
Weeknights from 1 Feb, 7.30pm
  
  
Award winning journalists, hidden cameras and undercover operations; every week night this February, National Geographic takes you deep inside the global criminal underworld
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PAW Patrol
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Kids
Weekdays at 12.45pm from Monday 1 Feb
 
 
Ryder and his team of pups are back! Check out brand new episodes of PAW Patrol 
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Burgers, Brew & 'Que
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Reality
Saturdays from 2 Jan, 8,30pm
  
  
Chef and restaurateur Michael Symon takes a road trip to taste the best of classic American burgers, barbecue and beer.
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Teen Mom OG: Season 9
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Reality
Every Sunday, 5pm
                
                
For a decade, the women of MTV's Teen Mom OG shared their challenges, triumphs, and families. This season, we're celebrating ten years of Amber, Catelynn, Maci and Cheyenne.
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The Daily Show
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Talk Show
Tuesdays to Fridays from 12 Jan, 11pm
 
 
Trevor Noah helms the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning US satirical show that looks at the day's top headlines through a sharp, reality-based lens.
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Dorg Van Dango
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Kids
Weekdays from 4 Jan, 4pm
 
 
A brand new 2D animated series that dives into the life of Dorg a normal kid, living in the very normal town of Normill, until his world is transformed when he meets the magicals!
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Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room
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Reality
Saturdays from 16 Jan, 9.30pm
 
 
Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley gather in their screening room to talk about their most iconic and haunted investigations.
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Game of Thrones
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Fantasy
All episodes available on Sky Go
 
 
In Westeros, where summers and winters can span years and a lust for power is eternal, five families vie for control of the all-powerful throne. Immerse yourself in HBO’s epic, Game of Thrones.
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All Blacks
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Rugby
 
 
 
2020 saw the All Blacks successfully retain the Bledisloe Cup. 2021's rugby schedule will be announced soon with all games LIVE on Sky Sport. 
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State of Origin & NRL
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League
 
 
 
The Melbourne Storm reigned supreme as NRL Champions in 2020. The Warriors have made some strong recruits and are set for the 2021 season to begin in late March. State of Origin 2020 saw Queensland defy the odds to win the series. Catch all the action right here on the home of league Sky Sport 4.
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The Masters
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Golf
 
 
 
The Masters has seen extraordinary & iconic moments in golf as the world’s top players compete for the famous Green Jacket. Dustin Johnson won his first Masters in 2020. 2021's Masters are scheduled for early April and you will find it here on Sky Sport
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Big Bash League
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Cricket
 
 
 
See some of the biggest hitters in women's cricket LIVE in the Big Bash League, fresh out of Australia!
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England Tour of SA
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Cricket
 
 
 
England visit South Africa for a white-ball tour consisting of 3 ODIs and T20s.
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Mitre 10 Cup
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Rugby
 
 
 
Provincial pride and bragging rights are on the line in New Zealand's iconic domestic rugby competition. 2021 saw Hawke's Bay and Tasman crowned winners of the Championship and Premiership respectively. The Mitre 10 Cup lives on the home of rugby, Sky Sport 1.
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Kiwi Survival
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Reality
Sundays from 24 Jan, 9.25pm
 
 
Kiwi Bushman and adventurist, Josh James and his fellow guides Dan Lane, Muel James, and Sam Harrison head out on an epic seven-day New Zealand expedition. Pushing themselves to the limit, they’ll use Kiwi ingenuity to survive with only what they can carry on their backs!
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Dodgeball Thunderdome
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Reality
Sundays from 3 Jan, 8.30pm
  
 
On an isolated, specially constructed site, Discovery’s dodgeball is reimagined as Dodgeball: Thunderdome. Contestants have a chance to claim glory in extraordinary challenges where strength matters but so does strategy and quick thinking.
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Honour
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Drama
Mondays from 18 Jan, 9.30pm
  
  
DCI Caroline Goode will not rest until she unearths the truth behind the ‘honour killings’ of 20-year-old Iraqi Kurdish woman Banaz Mahmod. Based on a true story.
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ESPN Films on National Geographic
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Documentary
Every weeknights in Jan from 8.30pm
 
 
Mobsters, movie stars and legends of sport, tragedies and global movements – this collection of documentary films brings all of them together, weeknights in January.
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Street Outlaws: Race Night in America
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Reality
Tuesdays from 5 Jan, 9.25pm
 
 
As Street Outlaws: Race Night in America continues, fans will for the first time see never-before-seen races shot completely raw and unfiltered by the racers. From the streets of Oklahoma City and New Orleans, California and New York, to Detroit and Texas, viewers are in for the ride of their life.
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Very Scary People
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Documentary
Thursdays from 21 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
Actor and musician Donnie Wahlberg returns as host of the second season of Very Scary People, the popular series that chronicles the twisted lives of some of the most frightening, diabolical characters in recent history.
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Scoob!
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Family
Premieres Sunday 24 Jan, 7pm
 
 
The first full-length animated Scooby-Doo adventure for the big screen is the never-before told story of Scooby-Doo's origins and the greatest mystery in the career of Mystery Inc.
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Just Getting Started
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Comedy
Premieres Sunday 10 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
Duke Diver is living the high life as the freewheeling manager of a luxurious resort in Palm Springs, California. He soon faces competition from Leo, a former military man who likes the same woman that Duke is interested in. Starring Morgan Freeman, Tommy Lee Jones and Rene Russo
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Capone
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Drama
Premieres Sunday 3 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
A chronicle of the final days of notorious gangster Al Capone. Formerly the most feared bootlegger in Chicago, he is now 47 and suffering from dementia. Tom Hardy stars
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The Legend Of Baron To'a
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Comedy
Premieres Sunday 17 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
Fritz, a Tongan entrepreneur living in Australia, returns to his old Auckland neighbourhood to sell his childhood home and inadvertently causes the theft of his late father's valued pro wrestling title belt. When negotiation and diplomacy fail, he is forced to embrace his father's legacy in order to retrieve it from local gangsters. Starring Uli Latukefu, John Tui, Nathaniel Lees, Jay Laga’aia, Shavaughn Ruakere
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The Informer
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Crime
Premieres Sunday 31 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
Recruited by the FBI, ex-con and former special operations soldier Pete Koslow uses his covert skills to try and take down the General - the most powerful crime boss in New York. Starring Joel Kinnaman, Ana de Armas, Rosamund Pike and Clive Owen
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Harry Potter Week
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Family
From Monday 18 Jan 8am to 25 Jan
 
 
Jump aboard the Hogwarts Express and embark on a week-long journey through the wizarding world as Sky Movies brings you all 8 films in the epic Harry Potter saga back-to-back!
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C.B. Strike: Lethal White
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Drama
Mondays from 25 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
Based on the fourth book in the Cormoran Strike series by JK Rowling, Lethal White sees Strike and Robin on a case that takes them from the backstreets of London to the heart of Parliament and a sinister manor house in the country. 
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The Good Lord Bird
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Drama
Wednesdays from 20 Jan, 9.30pm
 
 
This historical drama adventure is equal parts absurd and tragic, spotlighting the ever-changing racial, religious and gender roles that make up the American identity. Created and starring Ethan Hawke
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Yellowstone
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Drama
Wednesdays from 13 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
The Duttons fight to defend their ranch and way of life from an Indian reservation and land developers, as medical issues, political aspirations and deep secrets put strain on the family. Starring Kevin Costner
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A Discovery of Witches: Season 
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Drama
Sundays from 10 Jan, 9.30pm
 
 
Based on the All Souls book trilogy by Deborah Harkness, season two of the fantasy drama finds Diana’s beloved aunts, Sarah and Em, taking shelter with notorious witch Hunter Ysabeau De Clermont at her ancestral home, Sept-Tours.
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Euphoria: F*ck Anyone Who's Not a Sea Blob
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Drama
Premieres Monday 25 Jan, 8.30pm
 
 
Directed by Sam Levinson, the episode follows Jules over the Christmas period as she reflects over the year.
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Black Narcissus
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Drama
Available for catch up on Sky Go
 
 
Based on the best-selling novel by Rumer Godden, Black Narcissus is set in Mopu, Himalayas, in 1934 at a remote clifftop palace once known as the ‘House of Women’. When the young nuns of St. Faith attempt to establish a mission there, its haunting mysteries awaken forbidden desires. Starring the late Diana Rigg
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