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This Week On Sky
June 27 - July 3
Sky Sport brings you live coverage from the grass courts in London every night from Monday 27 June, 10pm on Sky Sport 2 and Sky Sport 8. With a couple of big names out, will one of the hungry young guns take their opportunity? Find out at one of tennis’ most exciting showdowns of the year.
The Lazarus Project
When George finds himself reliving the same day on repeat, he thinks he’s lost his mind, until he meets a mysterious woman who recruits George for The Lazarus Project – a secret organisation that has harnessed the ability to turn back time. Starts Wednesday 29 June, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Toronto, 1895. Detective William Murdoch and his trailblazing team push boundaries and often raise eyebrows as they utilise newly developed techniques like fingerprinting and psychological profiling to solve the city’s most perplexing murders. Season 14 starts Thursday 30 June, 7.30pm on Vibe.
When a mysterious and deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, a vast urban quarantine is enforced. Torn from their loved ones, survivors trapped within the cordon fight against not only fatal infection, but isolation, fear, and the disintegration of their society. Binge on Sky Go from Thursday 30 June.
Private Eyes Season 5
The unlikely investiagtive team returns as former professional hockey player Matt Shade (Jason Priestley) and fierce Private Investigator Angie Everett (Cindy Sampson) continue to tackle high-stakes crime cases. Thursdays from 30 June, 8.30pm on Vibe.
In an attempt to grow closer as a family, Gomez, Morticia, and the rest of the Addams clan embark on an adventurous road trip in a hideous and humongous camper, getting tangled up in wacky adventures and hilarious run-ins with all sorts of unsuspecting characters. Thursday 23 June on Sky Go, and Sunday 26 June on Sky Movies Family.
Mind Over Murder
In Beatrice, Nebraska, six people believe they committed a murder – a memory that haunts the entire town. A memory that may not be true! This docuseries raises salient questions about the reliability of confessions and memory in criminal cases. Starts Wednesday 22 June on Sky Go.
Four marine experts explore the planet's greatest wilderness, revealing hidden stories of the deep through archaeology, geology, marine biology and anthropology. Monday 20 June, 8.30pm on BBC Earth. Plus, every night this week at 8.30pm on BBC Earth we feature an exciting ocean documentary.
Animal Kingdom Season 6
The sixth and final season will mark the end of the line for the Cody boys but if you’re a fan of Animal Kingdom you’ll know to expect the unexpected. May they all get what they want… and not what they deserve. Starts Monday 20 June on Sky Go.
Primal Survivor: Escape The Amazon
Survivalist Hazen Audel faces his toughest ever challenge: fighting through 500 miles of unexplored rainforest using only traditional survival skills. He faces extreme environments, and must reach the Atlantic coast before he's trapped by floods. Monday 20 June, 9:30 pm on National Geographic.
Last Night In Soho
An aspiring fashion designer is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters her idol, a dazzling wannabe singer. But all is not what it seems, and time seems to be falling apart. Stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, Matt Smith. Thursday 23 June on Sky Go, and 26 June on Sky Movies Premiere.
All American: Homecoming
In this spin-off from All American, Simone Hicks leaves behind her boyfriend Jordan in Los Angeles and attends Bringston University, a historically black college in Atlanta, Georgia where she decides to pursue her dreams of being a pro tennis player. Binge on Sky Go from Saturday 25 June.
NRL Pacific Tests
After more than two years without a test match, the New Zealand Kiwis and Kiwi Ferns return to Mt. Smart Stadium where they host Pacific rivals Mate Ma'a Tonga in an exciting double header. Live coverage starts Saturday 25 June, 2.30pm on Sky Sport 4 with kick off at 3:10pm.
Mira, an American movie star disillusioned by her career and a recent breakup, travels to France to star in a remake of the silent film classic, Les Vampires. Set against the backdrop of a lurid crime thriller, Mira struggles as the role starts to consume her. Starring Alicia Vikander. Weekly from Tuesday 14 June on Sky Go.
Outlander Season 6
Claire and Jamie’s fight to protect those they love and the home they have built together continues as they navigate the trials and tribulations of life in colonial America and march closer towards Revolution. Season 6 kicks off Wednesday 15 June, 8.35pm on Vibe and Sky Go.
All Whites v Costa Rica
Will the All Whites make it to world football’s showpiece event for the third time in their history? All will be decided when they take on Costa Rica in the Intercontinental Play-Off World Cup Qualifying match from the Al Rayyan Stadium, Wednesday 15 June, 5am on Sky Sport 1.
This six-part documentary series look at the phenomenon of amateur sleuths who have played major roles in cracking real unresolved cases, showcasing the colourful personalities of people who dive headfirst into the rabbit hole to solve violent crimes. Starts Wednesday 15 June, 8.30pm on ID.
Welcome Back, Kotter
We’re taking you back, way back to 1975 and the very first season of an American sitcom classic. Gabe Kaplan stars as a high school teacher in charge of a racially and ethnically diverse remedial class called the ‘Sweathogs’. Daily drops from Thursday 16 June on Jones! and Sky Go.
Super Rugby Pacific
The Blues have had a cracking run with only one loss all season while the Crusaders have put the most points on the board. As the two top teams head into the final this weekend it’s anyone’s game and we’ll be live with all the action Saturday 18 June, 6pm on Sky Sport 1.
The Goldbergs Season 9
Before there were parenting blogs, trophies for showing up, and peanut allergies, there was a simpler time called the '80s. For geeky Adam these were his wonder years and he faced them armed with a video camera to capture all the crazy. Ready to binge on Sky Go from Friday 17 June.
House Of Gucci
When outsider Patrizia Reggiani marries into the Gucci family, her unbridled ambition begins to unravel the family legacy, triggering a reckless spiral of betrayal, decadence, revenge and murder. Stars Lady Gaga null, Adam Driver and Al Pacino. Sunday 19 June, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers
Featuring exclusive contributions from Prince Philip’s family, friends and colleagues, including home movies from the Royal Archives, this landmark documentary celebrating The Duke of Edinburgh’s life and legacy is “a love letter to Prince Philip from his family”. Friday 10 June, 8.30pm on History.
Love Island UK Season 8
With eleven new hotties looking for love, romance and sizzling action in the brand new Mallorca villa, Season 8 sees the lovers compete in hilarious challenges, engage in dramatic recouplings and experience more shock dumpings. New episodes drop daily from Wednesday 8 June on Sky Go only.
Neve Kelly discovers she is dead. She's scared and confused by this new existence. But, when she realises she has been murdered, she's furious and is determined to find her killer and get justice, especially since it was someone she knew. Ready to binge from Tuesday 6 June on Sky Go.
In The Dark Season 4
Back for its fourth and final season, blind 20-something Murphy Mason has gone from a bored receptionist to a drug front proprietor, to a woman-on-the-run. Now she has to avoid getting caught for murder and dodge a high-powered drug kingpin. Express on Sky Go from Wednesday 8 June.
State of Origin Game 1
It's mate against mate, state against state as reigning champs the New South Wales Blues go up against the mighty Queensland Maroons in State of Origin Game 1. Watch every hit-up, every try and every explosive clash from Game 1, Wednesday 8 June, 9pm live on Sky Sport 1.
Richard Osman’s House Of Games Night
Season 2. It’s no ordinary quiz show and the joke is on them! Play along with Richard Osman as a new group of famous faces go toe-to-toe testing their general knowledge skills in a variety of fun trivia-based games. Friday 10 June, 7.25pm on BBC UKTV.
No Sudden Move
A group of small-time criminals are brought together for a seemingly simple job. When the plan goes sideways, they must uncover what's really going on. Stars Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, David Harbour, Sunday 12 June, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
UFC 275 Teixiera v Prochazka
Light Heavyweight champ Glover Teixeira and former Rizin champ Jiri Prochazka headline a stacked event in Kallang, Singapore which includes the Zhang v Joanna rematch. Elsewhere on the bill there’s an exciting mix of prospects, contenders, and veterans alike. Sunday 12 June, 2pm live on Sky Arena.
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022
Don't miss this celebration of a lifetime marking the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II. As the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service we will have live coverage of Trooping the Colour on Thursday 2 June, live from 9pm and Platinum Service of Thanksgiving on Friday 3 June, live from 8.15pm, and express coverage to the must-see Platinum Party at the Palace, a night of famous faces from the world of entertainment and musical tributes to celebrate the Jubilee on Sunday 5 June from 6.30pm, all on BBC UKTV.
Gamestop: The Wall Street Hijack
Jordan Belfort, the inspiration behind 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' tells the real-life 2021 story of how amateur traders united on social media to disrupt the stock market, resulting in the dramatic surge of video game retailer GameStop's share price. Saturday, 4 June, 9:30pm on ID.
Percy vs Goliath
A small-time farmer (Christopher Walken), is sued by a corporate giant for allegedly using their GMO seeds. He joins forces with an up-and-coming attorney (Zach Braff) and environmental activist (Christina Ricci) in a case that leads to the Supreme Court. Saturday 4 June, 8.30pm on Rialto.
Aussie Gold Hunters Season 7
In the middle of a twenty-first century gold boom, with record prices and more gold produced than anywhere else on the planet, the stakes are higher than ever as our prospectors take to the Australian frontiers in a hunt that will tear some teams apart. Thursdays from 2 June, 7.30pm on Discovery.
I Love A Mamma’s Boy
Dating an extreme mama's boy is the mother of all problems! Four young women strive to protect their relationships with their lovers who are excessively influenced by their overbearing mothers. Will they avoid a serious romantic crisis and get their happily ever after? Monday 30 May, 9.30pm on TLC.
A horror-comedy series looking at society's unspoken – and often terrifying – rules surrounding motherhood. When a controlling baby with violent powers mysteriously lands in Natasha’s lap, she must figure out how to wrestle her life back. Thursday 2 June, 8.30pm on SoHo.
It’s a big weekend ahead as the French Open reaches its climax! It all kicks off with the Mixed Doubles Final on Thursday 2 June, the first of the Semi-Finals on Friday, and the must-watch Women’s Singles Final, Sunday 12.50am and Men’s Singles Final, Monday 12.50am on Sky Sport 2.
2022 Trans-Tasman Hockey Series
Join us for four games as the Men's Vantage Black Sticks take on the Kookaburras from the National Hockey Centre, Auckland; Tuesday 31 May, 7pm on Sky Sport 1, Thursday 2 June 7pm on Sky Sport Select, Saturday 4 June 1.30pm on Sky Sport 2 and Sunday 5 June 1.30pm on Sky Sport 1.
Rick Stein’s Cornwall
Celebrity chef Rick Stein reveals the Cornwall that he knows and loves, championing the unique food, history and culture of the beautiful, sun-soaked coastal county. He shares new Cornish inspired recipes such as fish pie, lamb navarin and gurnard spaghetti. Saturday 4 June, 7.30pm on Living.
Two back to back documentaries about man’s fascination with conquering and understanding Everest. In To Live or Die on Everest, the world’s most experienced climbers share what it is like to survive the deadly weather conditions which took the lives of eleven climbers in 2019. In Everest's Greatest Mystery, mountaineer Jake Norton and his team uncover ground-breaking clues as to who really was the first climber to reach the summit. Sunday 29 May from 9:30pm on Discovery.
Sarah has found her calling working in a Liverpool care home where she forms a bond with a patient struggling with early-onset Alzheimer’s. However, the horrifying circumstances of COVID-19 throws everything into disarray and their worlds change forever. Starring Jodie Comer, Stephen Graham. Saturday 28 May, 8.30pm on Rialto.
With action well underway in The French Open we’re bringing you all the action from the clay-courts of Paris with two world feeds and all the Kiwis in action on Sky Sport 2 and Sky Sport 8 as players take on one of the most gruelling competitions in the world for a place in next week’s finals.
Diabolical Season 1
Calculating. Cunning. Cold as ice. In Diabolical, a new gripping ten-episode series on Investigation Discovery, these shockingly devious masterminds use their wits and wiles to manipulate us, seduce us and try to get away with murder. Mondays from 23 May at 7:30pm on ID.
The daughter of a wealthy industrialist moves to Italy in the 1920s to set up a quintessentially British hotel in the beautiful town of Portofino as Benito Mussolini's brand of fascism was on the rise. Starring Natascha McElhone, Lucy Akhurst, Louisa Binder. Mondays from 23 May, 9:30pm on BBC UKTV.
Christina On The Coast Season 3
Real estate and flipping expert Christina Haack helps clients transform their outdated properties into high-end homes in Southern California. She also begins a personal journey as she looks for a new home for her own family. Fridays from 27 May at 9:30pm on TLC.
After a narrow escape over four decades ago, Laurie Strode must confront her worst fears with the help of the kid she once babysat to put an end to Michael Myers' vicious killing spree. Jamie Lee Curtis, James Jude Courtney, Anthony Michael Hall. Sunday 29 May, 8:30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
It’s an early start, but well worth getting up for as the two Scotts (Dixon and McLaughlin) hit the tarmac at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 106th running of this prestigious event. We’re live, Monday 30 May from 3am on Sky Sport 5.
The Time Traveller’s Wife
Discover the intricate and magical love story of Clare and Henry, who have a marriage with an unusual problem... time travel. Don't miss this highly-anticipated TV adaptation of Audrey Niffenegger's novel. Stars Rose Leslie, Theo James, Caitlin Shorey. From Monday 16 May on Sky Go, and Thursdays from 19 May, 8.30pm on Vibe.
The French Open is here! This clay-court grand-slam is the most physically demanding tournament in the world and we’re bringing you all the action with two world feeds and all the Kiwis in action. Join us for Day 1 of the tournament, Sunday 22 May, 8.50pm on Sky Sport 2 and Sky Sport 8.
A private investigator of the mind navigates the alluring world of the past to help his clients access lost memories. His life forever changed when he becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth about a new clients sudden disappearance. Stars Hugh Jackman. Premieres Sunday 22 May, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Devils Season 2
London, 2011. Massimo Ruggero – a charismatic and fearless Italian banker - has enjoyed a stellar winning streak on the London trading floor. However, a scandal involving his drug-addicted wife turns Massimo's world upside-down. Stars Patrick Dempsey. Binge from Tuesday 17 May only on Sky Go.
Naomi is a comic book-loving teen and host of a Superman fan website. After a supernatural event, Naomi sets out to determine its origins with help from her best friend, her supporting adoptive parents, and a tattoo shop owner with a secret origin. Binge from Wednesday 18 May on Sky Go.
Lost Home Movies of Nazi Germany
A candid look at what life was really like for those living in, and under Hitler's Swastika - at home - and abroad, a record not only of what they saw, but of what they knew. Thursday 19 May, 7.30pm on History.
A truly global showcase, the PGA Championship challenges the best players in men's golf, eliciting pure drama, excitement, and history. Tune in for Round 1 held at Southern Hills Championship Course. Live from Friday 20 May, 6am on Sky Sport 6.
Made For Love Season 2
On the run after ten years in a suffocating marriage, to a controlling tech billionaire. Hazel Green suddenly discovers her husband has implanted a revolutionary monitoring device in her brain that allows him to track her every move. Lands on Sky Go only as a binge, Friday 20 May.
This real-life courtroom thriller offers a rare and revealing look inside the high-profile murder trial of Michael Peterson, charged with his wife's brutal murder, and an examination of contemporary American justice. Mondays from 9 May, 9.35pm on SoHo.
A Perfect Planet
Marvel at nature’s epic and powerful forces as this stunning series reveals how perfectly our planet is set up to nurture life, and as human activity impacts on Earth’s perfectly balanced ecosystems, what can we do to protect our precious planet? Thursdays from 12 May, 9.25pm on BBC Earth.
PAW Patrol: The Movie
When the PAW Patrol’s biggest rival, Humdinger, becomes Mayor of nearby Adventure City and starts wreaking havoc, Ryder and the heroic pups kick into high gear to face the challenge head on to save the citizens of Adventure City. Sunday 15 May, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
The Challenge: All Stars Season 3
Twenty-two of the most iconic, boldest, and fiercest Challenge All Stars return for a second chance at the ultimate competition as they face over-the-top challenges in an attempt to win an enormous cash prize. It’s brutal, it’s ruthless and it’s ON! Fridays from 13 May, 3.10pm on MTV.
In a near-future Seattle teetering on the brink of calamity in the midst of a global epidemic in which people's memories are disappearing, Jude and Emma are grappling with the realities of falling in love, then watching it slip away. Jack O’Connell and Olivia Cooke. Saturday 14 May, 8.30pm on Rialto.
FA Cup Final
Catch all the pre-match, in-match and post-match coverage from Chelsea v Liverpool Sunday 15 May, from 2.45 am on Sky Sport 7, beIN Sports with highlights available on demand. Will Liverpool make it three from four in their quadruple chase? It’s worth staying/getting up for!
INDYCAR GMR Grand Prix
The month of May shifts into high gear as the stars of the NTT INDYCAR Series take on the action-packed IMS road course for the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis Raceway, Indiana. Buckle up for live qualifying, Saturday 14 May from 8.30am with the main event Sunday 15 May at 7am on Sky Sport 5.
Hospital Special: Fighting Covid-19
In this special two-part documentary, take a rare look inside the crisis and experience the human stories behind the headlines, from the front line workers at Royal Free London Hospital as they battle Covid-19. Monday 9 & 16 May, 7.30pm on Vibe.
Ken and Barbie Killers: The Lost Murder Tapes
Glamour couple Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka fall in love and marry, but they soon become the most notorious killers in Canadian history after murdering three schoolgirls. But Homolka escapes justice by cutting a deal with the devil. Double episodes Saturdays from 7 May, 8:30pm on ID.
'Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry' Marathon
This May we go back to the beginning with the ever so talented Tyler Henry for a marathon of psychic proportions each and every Sunday. See what happens when Tyler connects stars like Rebel Wilson, Larry King, Megan Fox, Bobby Brown and The Kardashians with the other side. Sundays in May on E!
The Suicide Squad (2021)
They're dying to save the world! The government sends the most dangerous supervillains in the world to the remote, enemy-infused island of Corto Maltese, on a search-and-destroy mission. Stars Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, Joel Kinnaman. Sunday 8 May, 8:30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Alaskan Bush People Season 3
After being pushed off their land, the Browns, a family of nine, travel deep into the Alaskan bush to build a small shack where they will all sleep. They have lived their whole lives in the wild and often go six months without seeing an outsider. Tuesdays from 3 May at 8:30pm on Discovery.
2022 MET Gala: Live From E!
Live From E! brings you the most extensive coverage of the fabulous 2022 MET Gala. This year’s theme is ‘Gilded Glamour’ with costumes drawing inspiration from the era in American history, which was recently explored in the HBO Max series The Gilded Age. Tuesday 3 May, 8.30pm on E!
I Was There
What if we could travel back in time to some of the world's most powerful events? Would we see things in a brand-new way? Host Theo Wilson, grandson of a Tuskegee Airman, believes we can only truly understand history by being there – and now, we will. Saturday 7 May, 8:30pm on History.
UFC 274 Oliveira V Gaethje
Sunday 8 May, 2pm on Sky Arena we are live from Footprint Center, Phoenix as Charles Oliveira (32-8-1NC) defends his Lightweight title against Justin Gaethje (24-3-0). Also on the main card are Rose Namajunas and Carla Esparza in the Women’s Starweight Title Bout. Prelims from 12pm on ESPN2.
It is one of the most prestigious and gruelling multi-stage races in the world. Giro d’Italia is back for its 105th edition with the race starting in Budapest, Hungary on Friday 6 May, and finishing in Verona, Italy, on Sunday 29 May. Watch riders set off for Stage 1 on Friday 6 May, 10.30pm on Sky Sport 2.
It’s the 1960s and police forensics are rudimentary. Luckily the residents of Great Slaughter have a secret weapon – Sister Boniface – a Vespa driving, crime solving Catholic nun. If there’s evidence to be found, Boniface will find it. Tuesdays from 26 April, 9:30pm on BBC UKTV.
The Justice of Bunny King
Bunny King, a rough-cut diamond and mother of two with a sketchy past, works intersections washing windows in an attempt to leave her past behind and reclaim her kids. But her quick wit and smart mouth make the road ahead another battle ground she must face. Starring Essie Davis, Thomasin McKenzie. Saturday 30 April, 8.30pm on Rialto.
Discover what makes our planet so remarkable with a week of ground-breaking documentaries including; Primates, Penguins Meet the Family, Seven Worlds One Planet, Extinction: The Facts, Life in the Air plus more. Weeknights from Monday 25 April, 7.35pm on BBC Earth.
Gentleman Jack Season 2
Returning bolder than ever, industrialist, landowner and trail-blazer Anne Lister, now married to Ann Walker, finds life has become more complicated than ever as the lesbian power couple try to navigate the combining of their estates, Express from Wednesday 27 April on Sky Go.
Addicted To Marriage
Sometimes saying "I do" can become an addiction. Follow four fascinating women who have collectively been down the aisle a total of 20 times! All in new relationships, they prepare to say "I do" again, but are the men in their lives ready? Wednesdays from 27th April at 9:30pm on TLC.
Our very own NZ tournament is here and Sky is proud to bring you every match of the season live. Round one tips off this Thursday 28 April, 7.30pm on Sky Sport 3 with Giants v Nuggets followed by Sharks v Saints on Friday, 7.30pm on Sky Sport Select and games continuing over the weekend.
Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions
Six people unwillingly find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms, slowly uncovering what they have in common to survive. Joining forces with two of the original survivors, they soon discover they have all played the game before. Sunday 1 May, 8:30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
HSBC World Rugby Sevens
Don’t miss an explosive weekend of play as our Black Ferns Sevens return to the competition at Langford for the first time since the outbreak of the pandemic. Australia is the team to beat, but that’s OK with us. Watch every match live Sunday 1 and Monday 2 May, 4.20am on Sky Sport 1.
Having created super spy Jason Bourne, Operation Treadstone turns its attention to developing an army of unstoppable assassins. Sleeper agents from around the world are "awakened" to carry out their deadly assignments. Thursday 21 April, 8.30pm on Sky 5.
The Flight Attendant Season 2
In the highly-anticipated second season, Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) is now living her best sober life while moonlighting as a CIA asset. However, an overseas assignment has her once again entangled in a far-reaching conspiracy. Starts Friday 22 April on Sky Go.
Why Didn’t The Ask Evans
When Bobby Jones and Frankie Derwent hear the cryptic last words of a dying man - 'Why didn’t they ask Evans?'. They set about solving the mystery behind his death, with a single photograph in the dead man's pocket as their only clue. Tuesday 19 April, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Mayans MC Season 4
The Santo Padre M.C. face retaliation from their failed attempt to align under one King. Without Gaby to ground him, EZ rides down an even darker road. Meanwhile, Isaac’s mysterious connection to SAMCRO has unexpected consequences. Weekly drops on Sky Go from Thursday 21 April.
Boxing: Tyson Fury v Dillon Whyte
It’s the most anticipated title fight in the boxing world right now. Be there when WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, and WBC interim heavyweight champion, Dillian Whyte step into the ring at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 24 April, 7am on Sky Arena and Sky Sport Now.
The boys are back on home soil, breaking a 300 day stretch between home games. Whether you’re in the stands or on the couch, get behind Wellington Phoenix when they take on Western Sydney Wanderers at Eden Park. We’ll be live, Sunday 24 April, 2.30pm on Sky Sport Select.
The Boss Baby: Family Business
The two Templeton brothers, Tim and Ted, learn that Tim's daughter, Tina, is a Boss Baby just like her uncle, Ted. She then enlists their help in thwarting the plans of an evil principal. Stars Alec Baldwin, James Marsden,Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria. Sunday 24 April, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
Thriller/Horror. Two Paranormal investigators risk their lives to prove the existence of evil forces, and the innocence of an accused murder suspect who claims demonic possession as his defence. Stars Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Ruairi O'Connor. Sunday 24 April, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
The Cleaning Lady
A whip-smart Cambodian doctor comes to the U.S. for a medical treatment to save her son. But when the system fails and pushes her into hiding, she becomes a cleaning lady for organised crime and starts playing the game by her own rules. Available to binge from Wednesday 13 April on Sky Go.
Space Jam: A New Legacy
Welcome to the Jam! NBA champion LeBron James goes on an epic adventure alongside Bugs Bunny. This transformational journey is a manic mashup of two worlds that reveals just how far some parents will go to connect with their kids. Sunday 17 April, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
In The Heights
In Washington Heights the streets are made of music and little dreams become big. At the centre of it all is Usnavi, a New York bodega owner, who saves every penny from his daily grind as he hopes, imagines and sings about a better life. Monday 11 April, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
From the bayous to the Badlands to the desert and the sea, Mike is back on the job celebrating the next generation of entrepreneurial men and women on a mission of work to make civilized life possible for the rest of us. Wednesday 13 April, 7.30pm on Discovery.
Spence Jr v Ugas
Welterweight champion and fight-favourite Errol Spence Jr steps into the ring to face Yordenis Ugas with an undefeated record of 27 wins, but Ugas’ record is nothing to scoff at. Fireworks are guaranteed when the pair meet at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Sunday 17 April, 1pm live on Sky Arena.
When an assassin veers off mission to rescue a child, she triggers a war with a powerful crime syndicate — and reunites a gun-wielding sisterhood. Stars Karen Gillan, Lena Headey, Carla Gugino. Sunday 17 April, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
The First Lady
This series is a reframing of American leadership through the lens of the First Ladies, exploring everything from their family lives to their world-changing political contributions. The impact of the White House's women is no longer hidden from view. Weekly drops Sundays from 17 April on Sky Go.
FA Cup Semi Finals
There are four teams left in the competition but only two can progress to the final. Brace yourself for an exhilarating weekend of football with Manchester City v Liverpool, Sunday 17 April, 2.25am and Chelsea v Crystal Palace, Monday 18 April, 3.25am on Sky Sport 7 beIN SPORTS and Sky Sport Now.
Death On The Nile
Drama, Mystery, Crime. Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot's Egyptian vacation aboard a glamorous river steamboat turns into a terrifying search for a murderer, when a picture-perfect couple's idyllic honeymoon is tragically cut short. Sunday 10 April, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
We are thrilled to bring you live coverage of the biggest golf tournament in the world – the prestigious Masters Tournament from Augusta. With multiple channels of coverage across the event you won’t miss a trick from the first major of the year. Starts Friday 8 April at 6am on Sky Sport 6.
Aliens in Alaska
Alaska is a hotbed for UFO sightings, abductions and extra-terrestrial encounters. Why are these otherworldly visitors drawn to America's last frontier? Uncover shocking new evidence from local witnesses who shed light on this bizarre alien activity. Tuesdays from 5 April, 9.30pm on Discovery.
Amidst a pandemic in Seattle, an agoraphobic tech worker discovers evidence of a violent crime, but is met with resistance when she tries to report it. Seeking justice, she must now do the thing she fears the most - she must leave her apartment. Wednesday 6 April, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Dragon’s Den Season 18
Joe Lycett narrates a journey through the most memorable and jaw-dropping pitches of the last 17 series as entrepreneurs try to secure investors for their new scheme. It’s clear that not everyone has a viable and potentially profitable business idea. Starts Thursday 7 April, 8.35pm on BBC UKTV.
Bluff City Law
After her mother unexpectedly passes away, Sydney Strait is drawn into her estranged father's celebrated law firm. Despite her lingering resentment, Sydney knows that working alongside her father is her best hope of changing the world. Available to binge on Sky Go from Thursday 7 April.
Michelle Carter: Love, Texts & Death
When police discover 18-year-old Conrad Roy dead in a Massachusetts parking lot, they are faced with an unprecedented investigation. The discovery of troubling text messages forces them to wonder if the death is suicide or something more sinister. Saturday 9 April, 8.30pm on ID.
UFC 273 Volkanovski v Korean Zombie
We’ll be ringside at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida as Aussie Featherweight champ Alexander Volkanovski ‘The Great’ puts his title on the line against the legendary ‘Korean Zombie’ Chan Sung Jung. Sunday 10 April, 2pm on Sky Arena.
In the near future, America is embroiled in a bitter civil war, leaving Manhattan a demilitarised zone (DMZ), destroyed and isolated from the rest of the world. Alma Ortega sets out on a journey to find the son she lost at the onset of the conflict. Sundays from 3 April, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Super Rugby Pacific
Moana Pasifika should have plenty of support in the stands at Eden Park this Saturday when they go head to head with the Blues on their home turf. Despite interruptions to the competition, we’ve seen some great rugby and this game is sure to entertain. Saturday 2 April, 6.30pm live on Sky Sport 1.
From Christopher Guest and Jim Piddock comes this mockumentary comedy series that follows one man's quest to track down his genealogy. Starring Chris O’Dowd, Nina Dowd, Michael McKean. Binge on Sky Go from Friday 1 April.
Sky Sport Women's Premiership
New Zealand’s best women league players take the field this weekend, bidding for a spot in the Kiwi Ferns squad ahead of their mid-year Test. First up its Counties Manukau v Mid Central, Saturday 2 April, 2.30pm then Canterbury v Akarana, Sunday 3 April, 2pm on Sky Sport 4. #SeeThePossible
Auschwitz Untold: In Colour
For the first time we tell the story of Auschwitz in colour via sixteen of its survivors. Creating a sense of re-lived present tense with both testimony, and colourised archive working to deliver a riveting, humanised narrative that will compel and move audiences. Saturdays from 2 April, 7.30pm on History.
Easter Basket Challenge
Seven talented and Easter-obsessed bakers take on culinary challenges to create tasty and imaginative Easter masterpieces, critiqued throughout the competition by judges Jordan Andino and Claudia Sandoval. Sunday 3 April, 2pm on Living.
A manipulative carny crafts a golden ticket to success by swindling the elite and wealthy. Hoping for a big score, he hatches a scheme to con a dangerous tycoon with help from a mysterious shrink. Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara. Sunday 3 April, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
This heart-warming new format celebrates the extraordinary lengths homeowners go to in order to make their place stand out from the crowd. Will they impress five property-obsessed neighbours and be judged the best house in town? Starts Monday 28 March, 9.30pm on Living.
Atlanta Season 3
In the midst of a European tour, Earn and the group struggle with their unfamiliar territory and newfound success, while Earn and Van continue to navigate their complicated relationship. Starring Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry. Saturdays from 26 March on Sky Go.
Super Rugby Pacific
Tune in for some big games this weekend. First up, from Mt Smart Stadium it’s Moana Pasifika v Hurricanes, Friday 25 March, 6.30pm. Then on Saturday 26 March, we head south for Highlanders v Blues at 4pm followed by the Chiefs at home to the Crusaders at 6.30pm. All live on Sky Sport 1.
My Feet Are Killing Me
Patients of Dr. Brad Schaeffer and Dr. Ebonie Vincent undergo surgery to have their feet radically transformed and their lives changed forever. These podiatrist surgeons tackle extreme and bizarre foot issues for their desperate patients. Mondays from 21 March, 8.30pm on TLC.
Take Home Pay
A seasonal worker hires a private investigator with some unconventional methods to help him find his brother – who has run away with his money which he was taking back home to his family in Samoa. Wednesday 23 March, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Julie and Billy, two jaded aspiring comedians who hate everyone except each other, live together in New York City, navigating their thirties while dealing with their careers and disastrous personal relationships. Binge seasons 1 through 3 From Wednesday 23 March on Sky Go.
Natural History Museum - World Of Wonder
Over 80 million specimens fill the halls of London's Natural History Museum. This ground-breaking series joins the museum's passionate teams on their extraordinary quest with one unique specimen setting each episode's theme. Starts Friday 25 March, 8.30pm on BBC Earth.
From singing in her father's church to international superstardom, this is the remarkable story of Aretha Franklin's journey to find her voice. Starring: Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans. Sunday 27 March, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
We’re live trackside at Symmons Plains Raceway, Launceston, Tasmania this Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March from 10.30am on Sky Sport 5 for the NED Whiskey Tasmania SuperSprint. All eyes will be on Kiwi Shane Van Gisbergen who’s currently sitting third on the leader board.
Wrestling fans rejoice because from Monday 14 March Sky Go will be slammed with a bunch of WWE docos including; Ruthless Aggression: Enter John Cena, The True Story of WrestleMania, WWE Untold: Bayley & Sasha Take Over Brooklyn, WrestleMania Rewind: Hulk vs Andre and SummerSlam 2021.
EE British Film Academy Awards 2022
Hosted by Rebel Wilson with a star-studded lineup of film royalty, the BAFTAs are considered one of the biggest nights in the film industry calendar and an important indicator of the frontrunners for the Academy Awards®. Join us from Royal Albert Hall in London, Monday 14 March, 7.30pm on BBC UKTV.
The Fear Index
Computer science genius Dr Alex Hoffman is set to launch an AI-driven system that exploits fear in the financial markets to make billions of dollars. However, Alex's sanity is shaken when he is attacked by a man who knows all his security codes. Tuesdays from 15 March, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Horror-comedy about a dysfunctional family that moves into a house in which terrible atrocities have taken place. But no one seems to notice except for Pat, who's not sure if she's depressed or possessed! Stars Courteney Cox, Greg Kinnear and Mira Sorvino. Tuesdays from 15 March on Sky Go.
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
The most exciting event in women’s international cricket continues this week. Cheer on our White Ferns as they take on South Africa, Thursday 17 March, 1.30pm on Sky Sport 1 followed by England, Sunday 20 March, 10.30am on Sky Sport 3. #SeeThePossible
Young Rock Season 2
As Dwayne Johnson runs for president in 2032, he takes a comedic look back at his extraordinary life through the outrageous stories of his family and youth that shaped him into the man he is today. This is how the boy became the man. Fridays from 18 March on Sky Go.
Actress Evan Rachel Wood takes her experience as a survivor of domestic violence to pursue justice, heal generational trauma, and reclaim her story. Wood lobbies for legislative change and uses her own story to bring visibility to the issue. Hits Sky Go on Sunday 20 March.
Super Rugby Pacific
There’s another big weekend of Super Rugby ahead. Our top picks include; Highlanders v Moana Pasifika live from Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin, Friday 18 March, 6.30pm and Crusaders v Blues live from Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch on Sunday 20 March, 3pm on Sky Sport 1.
Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty
A fast-break new drama series that goes back in time to chronicle the professional and personal lives of the 1980’s Los Angeles Lakers, one of basketball's most revered and dominant dynasties – a team that defined an era, both on and off the court. Tuesdays from 8 March on Sky Go, with SoHo subscription.
Spiral: From the Book of Saw
In this thriller/horror/mystery, Banks, who is working in the shadow of his father, Detective Ezekiel 'Zeke', unwittingly becomes trapped in a serial killer's morbid and terrifying game. Stars Chris Rock, Max Minghella, Samuel L. Jackson. Sunday 13 March, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Return of the Giant Killers
In southern Africa a pride of lions has rewritten the rules - they have learnt to take down elephants. In this follow up to Africa’s Giant Killers we join the pride at the start of the rainy season. As the elephants depart, a catalogue of dramatic events unfolds. Wednesday 9 March, 9.30pm on BBC Earth.
The 2022 season kicks off this week and Sky will be there! Don’t miss Penrith Panthers v Manly Sea Eagles in the season opener, Thursday 10 March, 9pm, and be sure to cheer on the NZ Warriors when they take the field against St. George Illawarra Dragons, Saturday 12 March, 7pm. All on Sky Sport 4.
A decade after leaving the workforce to raise her kids, principled lawyer Delilah Connolly returns to take on the cases that the big firms ignore, frequently going head-to-head with the privileged and powerful to fight for the disenfranchised. Thursdays from 10 March, 9.30pm on Vibe.
ANZ Netball Premiership
The 2022 season kicks off with a not to be missed double-header on Sunday 13 March on Sky Sport 2 when 2021 champs Mystics take on Magic at 2pm, followed by Tactix v Steel at 4pm – the last time these two teams met it was when Tactix defeated Steel for a place in the 2021 final. Bring it on!
From the depths of black holes to mysterious alien worlds, Professor Brian Cox journeys across the vastness of time and space revealing epic moments of sheer drama that changed the universe forever. Sundays from 13 March, 9.35pm on BBC Earth.
Who Do You Think You Are – New Season
Be a fly on the wall as celebrities explore their ancestry and discover dark family secrets and revealing new information about who they really are. Guests include; Dame Judi Dench, Joe Sugg, Josh Widdicombe and Pixie Lott. Sundays from 13 March, 9.30pm on BBC UKTV.
West Side Story (2021)
In this 2021 adaptation of a musical classic, Tony and Maria's burgeoning romance adds fuel to the fire between the warring Jets and Sharks – two rival gangs vying for control of the streets. Stars Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler. Saturday 5 March, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Louis Theroux: Forbidden America
Louis Theroux returns to the US to explore the impact of the internet and social media on some of the most controversial corners of American society, meeting with inflammatory far-right streamers, violent rap stars and porn performers. From Thursday 3 March on BBC Earth.
The 2022 race around Australia begins this weekend with the Beaurepairs Sydney SuperNight – a three-day extravaganza in which the Kiwis, including reigning champ Shane van Gisbergen, will be looking to make their mark again! Starts Friday 4 March from 10.30am on Sky Sport 5.
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
With 31 matches across 31 days, New Zealand hosts the best eight teams in the world of women’s cricket. Don’t miss the opening match – New Zealand v West Indies live from the Bay Oval in Tauranga, Friday 4 March on Sky Sport 2 from 1.30pm and free to air on Prime.
UFC 272 Covington v Masvidal
One of the most highly anticipated grudge matches in UFC history is here as Colby Covington takes on Jorge Masvidal. The former teammates and once good friends will step into the Octagon and end their feud once and for all. Sunday 6 March, 4pm on Sky Arena with prelims on ESPN from 2pm.
Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
The world's most lethal odd couple – bodyguard Michael Bryce and hit man Darius Kincaid – are back for another mission, this time forced into action by Darius's volatile wife. Stars Selma Hayek, Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson. Sunday 6 March, 8.30pm Sky Movies Premiere.
With the failed assassination of fascist leader Oswald Moseley, the death of their beloved matriarch Polly and WWII looming, the Shelby family is in extreme jeopardy and the stakes have never been higher as they embark on one final job. Mondays 9.30pm from 28 February on BBC UKTV.
Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber
This seven-part drama chronicles one of Silicon Valley's most successful and most destructive start-ups, shining a light on its hard-hitting CEO, Travis Kalanick, and his tumultuous relationship with mentor Bill Gurley. Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Uma Thurman. Mondays from 28 February on Sky Go.
Outback Opal Hunters – Season 8
Witnesses the rise of a new generation of opal miners. As the old guard of grizzled veterans like the Bushmen are pushed to breaking point in search of the queen of gems, untested young bloods take up the challenge. Thursdays from 24 February, 8.30pm on Discovery.
Celebrate New Zealand's top sporting achievements from 2021 with all the big names like Sophie Pascoe, Scott Dixon, Lisa Carrington, Lydia Ko, Paul Coll Cool Wakushima and the Black Ferns Sevens all up for awards. Live from Spark Arena, Auckland Wednesday 23 February 8pm on Sky Sport 1.
Trafficked with Mariana Van Zeller
Journalist Mariana Van Zeller taps into her underworld contacts to embed in the world's most illicit smuggling pipelines including a meth superhighway, California’s weed underworld, outlaw motorcycle gangs and black-market plastic surgery. Tuesdays from 22 February, 9.30pm on National Geographic.
The Osbornes Want to Believe
Jack reunites with Ozzy and Sharon to share some of the craziest, most jaw-dropping videos of supernatural activity ever caught on camera. Full of humour and say-it-like-it-is commentary from a family who knows how to entertain. New episodes, Wednesdays from 23 February on TLC.
Served: Harvey Weinstein
Justice is served. On February 24, 2020, disgraced media mogul, Harvey Weinstein, was sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and other sexual criminal acts. Witness the rise and fall of one of Hollywood’s most powerful men. Thursday 24 February, 8.30pm on CI.
Snowfall Season 5
In the summer of 1986, Franklin and his family are rich beyond their wildest dreams. Close to having everything they ever wanted, the ground begins to fall from beneath their feet. Weekly drops from Friday 25 February on Sky Go.
Super Rugby Pacific
Super Rugby Pacific is in full force! Friday we’re live with Waratahs v Reds at 9.30pm. Saturday it’s Brumbies v Fijian Drua at 4.15pm, Highlanders v Crusaders at 6.30pm and Rebels v Force at 9.30pm. Sunday it’s Blues v Hurricanes at 3pm. Live on Sky Sport 1.
The King’s Man
One man must race against time to stop history's worst tyrants and criminal masterminds as they get together to plot a war that could wipe out millions of people and destroy humanity. Starring Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Harris Dickinson. Sunday 27 February, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Beijing Winter Olympics
Don’t miss Zoi Sadowski-Synott, Cool Wakushima and Tiarn Collins in the Snowboard Big Air and Ben Barclay and Finn Bilous in the Freestyle Skiing Slopestyle from Monday 14 February. Plus, Thursday we have six Kiwis including Nico Porteous representing in the Freestyle Skiing Half Pipe. Check the guide!
Sam is a true Kansan on the surface, but, beneath it all, struggles to fit the hometown mould. Grappling with loss and acceptance, she discovers herself and a community of outsiders who don't fit in but don't give up. Thursday 17 February, 8pm on SoHo.
Five Bedrooms Season 3
The cohabitating crew are back and navigating their way through turning the house into a B&B plus two couples living under one roof, blindside betrayal, a brave new sexual journey, an unexpected parenting proposal and more than one marriage proposal. Binge on Sky Go from Monday 14 February.
You, Me & My Ex
Five couples discover how close is too close when it comes to staying friends with an ex. Relationships, marriage and children are no longer one-size-fits-all as these couples redefine the norm, break the rules and forge new ways to be a family. Monday 14 February, 9.30pm on TLC.
Super Rugby Pacific
Tune in for live coverage of the historic inaugural game of Super Rugby Pacific, Friday 18 February as Moana Pasifika make their debut against the Blues from Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin at 6.30pm then, the Waratahs take on Fijian Drua from CommBank Stadium, Sydney at 9.30pm on Sky Sport 1.
Documentary: In 1993, a group of suburban women discovered a new line of small plush toys from Ty Warner. Their rapidly growing collection helped launch a craze that took the world by storm. Friday 18 February, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Those Who Wish Me Dead
Thriller: A young boy finds himself pursued by two assassins in the Montana wilderness, with a survival expert determined to protect him, and a forest fire threatening to consume them all. Stars Angelina Jolie, Finn Little, Jon Bernthal. Sunday 20 February, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Gardening Australia Season 31
Inspiring, entertaining and full of practical advice, join Costa Georgiadis and the team as they unearth gardening ideas, meet avid gardeners and look at some of the most inspiring gardens from across the country. Wednesdays from 16 February, 9.25pm on Living.
Beijing Winter Olympics
Sky are proud to be the Official Broadcaster of the Olympic Games from 4 - 20 February. Our six dedicated channels on Sky Sport, Sky Go and Sky Sport Now plus our free to air coverage on Prime (highlighting Kiwi athletes and special moments), will keep you 100% in the loop on all the action.
Sky Movies Valentines Collection
Roses are red, violets are blue, we’ve assembled a ten-day marathon of romantic films just for you! From Notting Hill to The Twilight Saga, Brokeback Mountain to LA LA Land, Eat Pray Love to The Bodyguard, love is in definitely in the air this Valentine’s Day. Monday 7 – Thursday 17 February on Sky Movies Collection Ch035.
Jersey Shore: Family Vacation Season 5
After partying through Sin City, the gang head back to the East Coast, celebrating milestones in Atlantic City and settle in for an extended summer stay at the Shore, reliving their glory days together. Mondays from 7 February, 10pm on MTV.
Brit Awards 2022
The most anticipated event in the British music industry's calendar! Hosted by Mo Gilligan, with performances by Ed Sheeran, Sam Fender, Liam Gallagher and Little Simz. Artists up for awards include Doja Cat, Adele, Dave, Little Mix, Elton John & Dua Lipa. Wednesday 9 February, 8.30pm on BBC UKTV.
Dollface Season 2
Jules and her friends make up for lost time after spending over a year indoors due to the pandemic. As they approach 30, they'll have to adjust to being back in the world again, all while navigating work, love and a deeper relationship with each of themselves. Drops Saturday 12 February on Sky Go.
Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins
A tenacious loner who is welcomed into an ancient Japanese clan. They teach him the ways of the ninja warrior while also providing something he’s been longing for: a home. However, his allegiances are tested when secrets from his past are revealed. Sunday 13 February, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
The Girl Before
A traumatised woman falls in love with an extraordinary minimalist house, which remains under the spell of the architect who designed it. When she starts to feel the house changing her in unexpected ways she fears for her safety and her survival. All four episodes on Sky Go from Sunday 13 February.
UFC 271: Adesanya v Whittaker II
Kiwi Israel Adesanya defends his belt against former champ Robert Whittaker, while women's pioneer Roxanne Modafferi makes her retirement fight in the prelims. We’ll be live ringside Sunday, 13 February, 4pm on Sky Arena and Sky Sport Now. For pre-fight hype including interviews with the fighters catch Ravinder Hunia’s UFC 271 preview on Thursday 10 February, 8.30pm on Sport 1.
Pride Month on Sky
To celebrate Pride, this February Sky brings you some of the best LGBTQI+ programming, including unique and powerful stories from Rialto each Friday at 8.30pm, new episodes of Euphoria every Thursday at 9.30pm on SoHo, plus a collection of Pride-full content ready to stream on Sky Go.
Narrated by Billy Porter, this dynamic four-part docuseries celebrates parents of the modern LGBTQ+ movement, capturing gripping origin stories of trailblazers who changed the course of history, giving a voice to millions of people yearning to be out, proud, and equal. Tuesday 1 February on Sky Go.
Twelve years after his tragic death, wildlife warrior Steve Irwin’s family continues his legacy at the extraordinary Australia Zoo. Each night at 6.40pm, Animal Planet will celebrate this incredible family, fuelled by their love of animals and passion for protecting them, with Irwin Family programming.
Beijing Winter Olympics
The New Zealand team is looking mighty impressive as we edge towards Beijing. Catch all the action from 4-20 February live across our six Olympic channels between 2pm and 4am daily. Plus catch up on all the highlights, key New Zealand team moments and daily recaps on Sky Go.
Raised By Wolves – Season 2
Mother, Father, and their six human children join a new colony in the mysterious tropical zone. However, navigating this strange society is only the start of their troubles. Starring Amanda Collin, Abubakar Salim, Travis Fimmel. Fridays from 4 February on Sky Go.
2022 Six Nations Championship
We’re in for some exhilarating rugby with defending champs Wales up against France and Ireland who have both just beaten the All Blacks, England and Scotland who are playing an exciting brand of rugby and Italy with an impressive lineup of youngsters. It all kicks off Sunday 6 February on Sky Sport 1.
On the verge of separation, Linda and Paxton find themselves stuck at home in a mandatory lockdown. Co-habitation is a challenge but brings them closer in the most surprising way. Chiewetel Ejifor, Anne Hathaway, Stephen Merchant, Mindy Kaling. Sunday 6 February, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
The Beatles and India
A look into the Beatles' love affair with India that started more than a century ago. Unique and rare photographs, footage, location shoots and eye witness accounts explore how India helped shape the iconic band and bridge two vastly different cultures. Premieres Sunday 6 February, 8.30pm on Rialto.
Bump – Season 2
Season 2 picks up where we left off with Oly and Santi juggling the demands of parenthood and school while navigating their own relationship and the new, sometimes tense, bonds that tie their families together. Your long weekend binge drops Monday 7 February on Sky Go.
Professor Jasper Tempest, a genius Cambridge University criminologist with OCD, unwittingly becomes an advisor to the police when he is caught up in a mysterious crime. However, not all his new colleagues are enthusiastic about his arrival. From Monday 17 January, 9.30pm on BBC UKTV.
With the tournament set to be as explosive as the lead up, all eyes will be on Rod Laver Arena from Monday 17 January at 1pm for the first day of play. With extensive coverage including 16 pop up channels on Sky Go, you won’t miss a trick from the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of 2022.
The story of the 1980’s drugs boom, with its epicentre in Liverpool, which turned dealing into a multi-billion-pound business. With access to some of the biggest criminal players, take a look at how drugs went mainstream. Drops Monday 17 January on Sky Go.
Netball Quad Series
Watch four of the best teams in the world battle it out over five days at Copper Box Arena, London. The Diamonds have won five of the six titles and like our mighty Silver Ferns will be gunning for a spot in the finals on Thursday 20 January, 8.15am. All games live on Sky Sport 1, Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.
Would I Lie to You
Back for an impressive fifteenth season, this award-winning comedy panel show boasts a stellar cast of celebrity guests who reveal amazing stories about themselves, some of which are true and some a lie. Will you be able to pick the fact from the fiction? From Friday 21 January at 8pm on BBC UKTV.
Sky Movies Family
Keep the kids entertained the these school holidays with recent flicks you might have missed like Tom & Jerry, Trolls World Tour, The Witches, Spirit Untamed and Ron’s Gone Wrong, plus family favourites Happy Feet, Night at the Museum and Where the Wild Things Are – all on Sky Movies Family.
Hunted by the warrior Sub-Zero, MMA fighter Cole Young finds sanctuary at the temple of Lord Raiden where he must learn to unlock his power and fight the warriors of Outworld. Stars Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, Josh Lawson. Sunday 23 January, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Judas & The Black Messiah
Historical drama. Offered a plea deal by the FBI, William O'Neal infiltrates the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party to gather intelligence on their charismatic leader, Fred Hampton. Stars Daniel Kaluuya, Lakeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons. Sunday 16 January, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
With the tournament set to be as explosive as the lead up, all eyes will be on Melbourne Park from Monday 17 January at 1pm for the first day of play. Until then, catch Australian Open Classics and Australian Open Flashbacks, Monday 10 January at 1pm and 2pm on Sky Sport 2.
Euphoria Season 2
Writer, creator and director Sam Levinson takes audiences in increasing audacious creative directions following a group of high-school students as they navigate a mine field of drugs, sex, identity, trauma, social media, love, and friendship. Starts Thursday 13 January, 9.30pm on SoHo.
A seemingly ordinary British couple become the focus of an extraordinary investigation when two dead bodies are discovered in the back garden of a house in Nottingham. This unique love story is inspired by real events. Starts Wednesday 12 January, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Judas & The Black Messiah
Historical drama. Offered a plea deal by the FBI, William O'Neal infiltrates the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party to gather intelligence on their charismatic leader, Fred Hampton. Stars Daniel Kaluuya, Lakeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons. Sunday 16 January, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Eugenics: Science’s Greatest Scandal
Journalist Angela Saini and disability rights activist Adam Pearson explore the shocking origins and legacy of eugenics – the controversial idea that the human race can be improved by selective breeding – in Britain and its continued influence today. Wednesday 12 January, 7.30pm on History.
Netball Quad Series
Live coverage of the Netball Quad Series starts Sunday 16 January at 2.45am as England's Vitality Roses take on South Africa at Copper Box Arena, London. Then, at 5am the Silver Ferns take on Australia. Catch all games throughout the week on Sky Sport 1, Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.
Ron’s Gone Wrong
Barney, a socially awkward middle-schooler and his best friend robot Ron, discover the wonderful messiness of true friendship through Ron’s hilarious malfunctions set against the backdrop of the social media age. Saturday 1 January, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
F9 – The Fast Saga
Dom is living off the grid with Letty and his son, but danger always lurks just over the peaceful horizon. This time, that threat forces Dom to confront the sins of his past to save those he loves most. Vin Diesel, John Cena, Michelle Rodriguez. Sunday 2 January, 8.30pm on Sky Monvies Premiere.
Tom and Jerry
When Jerry moves into New York’s finest hotel on the eve of the wedding of the century, forcing the desperate event planner to hire Tom to get rid of him. As mayhem ensues, the cat-and-mouse battle threatens to destroy everything. Saturday 8 January, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
A Christmas favourite for cricket fans! With Tests 1 and 2 done and dusted, England and Australia continue to battle it out over summer. Catch Test 3 from Boxing Day at 11.30am, Test 4 on Wednesday 5 January at 11.30am and Test 5 Friday 14 January on Sky Sport 1, Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.
Sky Movies celebrates the most wonderful time of the year with a 10-day marathon of festive flicks, sure to make the Christmas holidays jollier than ever. Titles include Fatman (2020), Happiest Season (2020), Bad Santa (2010), and Deck The Halls (2006). Starts Friday 17 December from 9am.
This Way Up
Created by and starring award-winning comedian Aisling Bea, this achingly funny and deeply moving comedy series follows the quick-witted Aine as she tries to get her life back in order and regain some semblance of happiness after suffering a breakdown. Mondays from 20 December, 8pm on SoHo.
After experiencing an unspeakable tragedy, a middle-aged woman retreats to an isolated cabin in the Wyoming wilderness. Surviving hardship, a near-death experience and a surprise friendship, she becomes comfortable living again. Monday 20 December, 8.30pm, Sky Movies Premiere.
Set in 1980’s Chicago, 10-year-old Jake Doyle embarks on a herculean quest to get his hands on the latest video game system for Christmas. Starring Neil Patrick Harris, Winslow Fegley. Tuesday 21 December, 8.30pm (Encore Christmas Day, 5.25pm) on Sky Movies Collection.
The true story of a British businessman unwittingly recruited into an unlikely partnership with a Soviet officer. The two men work together to provide the crucial intelligence used to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis and prevent a nuclear war. Wednesday 22 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway
Now part of a new family with Bea, Thomas and the rabbits, Peter can't seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Venturing out of the garden, he finds himself forced to figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be. Saturday 25 December, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
The Great Food Truck Race: Holiday Hustle
Tyler Florence hosts a four-episode special where five aspiring food truck teams hit wintry New England locations for high-stakes food challenges that test their cooking chops, business skills and selling strategies. Saturday 25 December, 4.45pm on Discovery Turbo.
All That Glitters
A glittering new series hosted by comedian and actor Katherine Ryan, where eight insanely talented, jewellers compete to demonstrate that they have what it takes to shine in the dazzling world of jewellery design. Sunday 26 December on Sky Go.
After moving to a sleepy town, Lucky Prescott befriends a wild mustang named Spirit who shares her rebellious spirit. When a heartless wrangler captures Spirit, Lucky and her new friends embark on an adventure to rescue the horse that changed her life. Sunday 26 December, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
Godzilla vs. Kong
Kong and his protectors undertake a perilous journey to find his true home. However, they soon find themselves in the path of an enraged Godzilla as he paves destruction across the globe. Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Alexander Skarsgård. Sunday 26 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
War Of The Worlds
Set in contemporary France, this Anglo-French reimagining of H.G. Wells' classic in the style of Walking Dead follows pockets of survivors forced to team up after an apocalyptic extra-terrestrial strike. Tuesdays from 28 December, 8.30pm on Rialto.
As the thrilling new season of Cobra commences, an assassination on British soil unleashes a chain of events that threatens to develop into a crisis even more serious than the last one. Tuesdays from 28 December, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Professor and the Madman
The story of Professor James Murray who compiled the first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary and Dr William Minor, a patient at Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, who submitted over 10,000 words to the project. Mel Gibson, Sean Penn, Natalie Dormer. Tuesday 28 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
After a wild one-night stand, a successful sports agent’s perfect life slowly disappears when he the mysterious woman he risked everything for entangles him in her latest police investigation. Hilary Swank, Michael Ealy, Mike Colter. Wednesday 29 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Long-time friends Alex Charvat and Kevin Gilman are builders and mining enthusiasts who are assessing the value of gold mine claims and resurrecting them into thriving mining operations and beautiful pieces of real estate. Thursdays from 30 December, 8.30pm on Discovery.
Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were the most famous criminal couple in US history. During the height of the Great Depression, their gang evolved from petty thieves to nationally known bank robbers and murderers. This is their story. Thursday 30 December, 8.30pm on History.
Boxing: Parker v Chisora II
All eyes will be on Kiwi Joseph Parker this weekend when he steps into the ring for the anticipated second bout against Derek Chisora. Parker won the first fight in May by split decision on the scorecards and Chisora has much to prove. Sunday 19 December, 7am live on Sky Arena and Sky Sport Now Pay Per View.
The Sex Lives Of College Girls
Created by Emmy®-nominated writer/producer Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble, this drama follows four college roommates as they navigate their new freedom on the prestigious campus of Essex College. Wednesday 15 December on Sky Go.
Meet, Marry, Murder
An exclusive true crime series which features the most common form of homicide in the world – when a married person kills a partner. It seems love can truly make us mad and this series proves that these seemingly ordinary people could be you or me! Wednesdays from 15 December, 8.30pm on CI.
A post-apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines, tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what's been lost. Starring Joe Pingue, Mackenzie Davis, Danielle Deadwyler. Fridays from 17 December on Sky Go.
A Quiet Place Part II
Following the deadly events at home, the Abbott family are forced to venture into the unknown and must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence. Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, John Krasinski. Sunday 19 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol
Follow the early adventures of young Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon who must solve a series of deadly puzzles to save his kidnapped mentor and thwart a chilling global conspiracy. Starring Ashley Zukerman, Eddie Izzard, Valorie Curry. Monday 6 December on Sky Go for SoHo subscribers.
And Just Like That...
NZ premiere. The Sex and the City revival follows Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha, now in their 50's, as they explore the complicated reality of life and friendship. Also returning are Big, Steve, Aiden, Harry and Stanford. Fridays from 10 December on Sky Go.
With the future of humankind at stake, a team bred for intelligence and obedience embark on a mission to colonise a distant planet, but when chaos erupts they become consumed by fear, lust and a hunger for power. Tye Sheridan, Lily-Rose Depp, Colin Farrell. Monday 6 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
E! People’s Choice Awards
The E! People's Choice Awards honours stars across music, TV, movies and pop culture – as voted by you, the fans live Wednesday 8 December, 3pm on E! Plus catch the who's who of Hollywood on the star-studded red carpet live from 1pm.
The Last Duel
When admired noble Jacques Le Gris, viciously assaults the wife of knight Jean de Carrouges, the ensuing trial by combat becomes the French Parliament’s last judicially sanctioned duel to the death. Matt Damon, Adam Driver, Ben Affleck, Jodie Comer. Sunday 12 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Harry & Meghan: The Revelations
Following Harry and Meghan’s tell-all interview, seen all over the globe, this documentary explores the recent allegations made both by Harry and Meghan, and the Palace, to look at what could happen next. Sunday 12 Dec, 7.30pm on Living, followed by Princess Royal: Anne at 70 at 8.30pm.
UFC 269: Oliveira v Poirier
Not only will the UFC lightweight championship be on the line when Poirier and Oliveira go head to head, the co-main event sees Amanda Nunes defend her bantamweight title against Julianna Peña. Plus, our very own Kai Kara France steps up for the biggest fight of his career against former champ Cody Garbrandt. Sunday 12 December, 4pm live on Sky Arena.
It’s a double-header this Friday night for Wellington Phoenix fans as they go up against the Newcastle Jets. First up, it’s the Women at 6.55pm followed by the Men at 9.35pm live on Sky Sport 2. Plus, every Tuesday catch the weekly A-League round highlights on Sky Sport 2 from 7.30pm.
Walking Britain’s Roman Roads
In this six-part series we walk with archaelogists armed with modern technology to uncover the worlds lost to the earth for thousands of years, revisiting the same six roads the emperors, centurions and slaves walked, as the empire marched on through Britannia. Wednesdays from 1 December on History.
Action: Hutch Mansell fails to defend himself and his family when thieves break into his suburban home. The aftermath fires his long-simmering rage and he’s determined to never be underestimated again. Bob Odenkirk, Connie Nielsen, Christopher Lloyd. Sunday 5 December, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Celebrities including Robert Irwin, Tiffany Haddish, William Shatner, Ian Ziering, Tara Reid and Snoop Dogg take viewers to new locations to expose never before seen shark behaviours in unmissable documentaries filmed in Australia and New Zealand. Starts Wednesday 1 December on Discovery.
Unbreakable – Season 2
This raw, five part documentary goes inside the Sky Sport Breakers 2020/21 season as they grapple with COVID, border restrictions, family pressures and performance. Monday 29 November – Thursday 2 December, 7.30pm, Sky Sport 2, with the final episode Saturday 4 December at 9pm, ahead of their 2021 official opening game.
The A-League Women comp kicks off this week – Friday 3 December, 6.55pm watch Wellington Phoenix v Newcastle Jets, followed by Round 3 in the Men’s comp with Wellington Phoenix v Western Sydney at 9.35pm. Both games live on Sky Sport 2, Sky Sport 7 BeIN Sports and Sky Sport Now.
Thriller: A kidnapped widow is pursued by a cold-blooded killer after she escapes from his remote cabin in the Pacific Northwest. Starring Jules Willcox, Marc Menchaca, Anthony Heald. Monday 29 November, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Detective Chief Inspector Annika Stranded has just become head of a new specialist Marine Homicide Unit in Scotland. By breaking down the fourth wall, Annika invites the audience in to hear her thoughts, enticing them to solve the crimes with her. Tuesdays from 30 November, 7.30pm on Vibe.
Gold Rush - Season 12
Follow the lives of ambitious miners as they head north in pursuit of gold. With new miners, new claims, new machines and new ways to pull gold out of the ground, the stakes are higher than ever. But will big risks lead to an even bigger pay out? Starts Thursday 25 November, 6.25pm on Discovery.
Let Them All Talk
Author Alice Hughes sets off for England on a cruise with two friends and her nephew to receive a literary award. As the journey progresses, she is forced to face some hard truths from her past. Starring Meryl Streep, Dianne Wiest, Candice Bergen. Sunday 28 November, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
International Cricket: New Zealand Tour of India
With the T20s done and dusted, the Blackcaps tour of India continues with the first of two tests. Settle into the summer of cricket as we bring you live coverage of the first test from Green Park Stadium, Kanpur, Thursday 25 November, 4.50pm on Sky Sport 1.
Pub Rescue with Tom Kerridge
We follow the stories of Tom Kerridge’s three innovative and succesful pubs along with four pubs he’s been working with through the dark days of lockdown and beyond. For an industry which was struggling before the pandemic, it’s now a fight for survival. Sundays from 21 November, 7.30pm on Living.
Double Shot at Love - Season 3
After seeing Pauly D and Nikki find love on Double Shot, Vinny is ready for his shot at love... again! This time Vinny's dating new women and calling the shots all on his own. Enjoy a weekly drop Thursdays from 25 November, 12.30pm.
Season 1B premieres Friday 26 November, 6pm on Sky Go. Nearly a decade after the original Gossip Girl website went dark, a new generation of private school teens are introduced to the unforgiving reality of nonstop social surveillance. Plus, dropping the same day – every season of the original Gossip Girl.
Harry Potter 20th Anniversary Marathon
To celebrate twenty years since Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone hit cinemas, introducing fans to the wizarding world on the big screen for the first time, Sky Movies brings you all eight Harry Potter films back-to-back starting Saturday 27 November, 11am on Sky Movies Collection.
Tennis: Davis Cup
It’s the premier international team event in men's tennis and we’re bringing you every match from Madrid, Turin and Innsbruck, live on Sky Sport. Matches start Friday 26 November at 3.50am on Sky Sport 2, Sky Sport 4 and Sky Sport Pop-up 1. Check the guide for the full program.
Equal parts survival epic, psychological horror and coming-of-age drama - a wildly talented girls soccer team become the (un)lucky survivors of a plane crash deep in the remore northern wilderness. Melanie Lynskey, Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci. Drops on Sky Go from Tuesday 16 November. Sundays from 21 November, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Wolfe Kinte is a celebrated Forensic Pathologist Professor and North England's finest crime scene expert. Half genius, half liability, he gets results despite his unconventional and unexpected methods. Wednesday 17 November, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Thriller: A drug trafficker organises a smuggling operation while a recovering addict seeks the truth behind her son's disappearance. Starring Armie Hammer, Evangeline Lily, Gary Oldman, Lily-Rose Depp. Wednesday 17 November, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
The new season of The Flash kicks off with a five-part crossover special as Arrowverse stars help Barry and Team Flash battle a powerful alien threat which has arrived on Earth under mysterious circumstances. Thursdays from 18 November on Sky Go.
There's No I In Team
Documentary. With their wedding only a year away, long-distance couple Ollie (from New Zealand) and Zoe throw traditional rules to the wind in favour of an open relationship, self-documenting their sexual experimentation journey with honesty. Thursday 18 November on Sky Go.
The Psychedelic Drug Trial: A Cure For Depression
More than 300 million people worldwide suffer from depression. Could illegal drugs cure one of the most widespread mental health conditions of our age? Follow a team of pioneering scientists and patients as they look for an answer in Class-A drugs. Friday 19 November, 9.25pm on BBC Earth.
The Little Things
Deputy Sheriff Joe "Deke" Deacon and Sgt. Jim Baxter search for a serial killer who's terrorising LA. As they track the culprit, Baxter is unaware that the investigation is dredging up echoes of Deke's dark past. Denzel Washington, Jared Leto, Rami Malek. Saturday 20 November, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
The Great - Season 2
If Catherine thought organising a coup against her husband was difficult, it’s nothing compared to the realities of liberating a country that doesn’t want liberation. Ultimately, Catherine learns that to change a country, you must first let it change you. Binge on Sky Go from Saturday 20 November.
Amid shifting alliances and a growing list of enemies, the Dutton family's legacy is further jeopardised and retribution is certain as they defend thier ranch from cutthroat land-grabbers while Jamie deals with the ramifications of uncovering a family secret. Wednesdays from 10 November, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Shadow In The Cloud (2021)
Horror, Action, History: While travelling from New Zealand to Samoa with top-secret documents on a B-17 Flying Fortress, a female WWII pilot encounters an evil presence on board. Starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Nick Robinson, Beulah Koale. Sunday 14 November, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Drama, Thriller, Romance. In the 1980’s, life for an English entrepreneur and his American family begin to take a twisted turn after they move into an English country manor. Starring Jude Law, Carrie Coon, Oona Roche. Wednesday 10 November, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Revolt She Said
This powerful documentary captures a portrait of contemporary feminism, featuring key figures including Helen Clark, Alison Mau and Lizzie Marvelley, focusing on why we are still protesting the same feminist issues that we were in the 1970’s. Wednesday 10 November, 8.30pm on Rialto.
Richard Osman's House Of Games Night
Fun, witty, and full of surprises, Richard Osman hosts this hilarious star-studded quiz show where contestants compete for much coveted House of Games driving gloves, or must-have branded dressing gowns. Fridays from 12 November, 8.30pm on BBC UKTV.
15 Minutes Of Shame
This timely, eye-opening film examines the world of public shaming, one of the most pressing and unaddressed issues of modern life and is told by those who know it best. From executive producers Monica Lewinsky and Catfish's Max Joseph. Sunday 14 November on Sky Go.
All On The Line
The fishing industry has been hit by hard times – from less fish to fewer jobs. Now a group of fishermen led by experienced skipper Johnny Johnson Jr. are travelling to international waters to capitalise on lucrative fisheries. Wednesdays from 3 November, 8.30pm on Discovery.
Italy v All Blacks
The All Blacks Northern Tour continues as they take on the Italians at Olimpico Stadio in Rome, Sunday 7 November from 1.50am live on Sky Sport 1 and streaming on Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.
Winston Churchill’s War
To understand how this one man played such a significant role in history, we revisit moments in his early life that informed his later decisions; we explore his speeches; and illustrate through rich and diverse archive the war he fought. Wednesdays from 3 November, 7.30pm on History.
When a powerful AI chooses to study Carol, the most average person on Earth, the fate of the world hangs in the balance as it decides whether to enslave, save or destroy humanity. Stars Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, James Corden. Sunday 7 November, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Ghost Adventures: Serial Killer Spirits
Paranormal investigators Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, along with audio visual techs Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley, travel to haunted destinations where they meet with eyewitnesses and experts to piece together the haunted history of each site. Saturdays from 6 November, 10.25pm on TLC.
Get set for an international rugby all-nighter on Sunday 7 November as we bring you live coverage of Ireland v Japan at 1.50am on Sky Sport 2, England v Tonga at 4.05am on Sky Sport 5 and Wales v South Africa at 6.20am on Sky Sport 1.
Chelsea Handler: Evolution
Drawing on material from her sixth New York Times #1 bestseller Life Will Be the Death of Me, while still peppering in hilarious throwback references, comedian Chelsea Handler returns to the stage for her first stand-up special in six years. Monday 1 November, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Victoria’s Secret made moguls out of models by redefining the standard of beauty. But for some, this fantasy was a nightmare. Through new interviews and insights, THS explores the controversies impacting one of the world’s biggest lingerie brands. Sunday 31 October, 8.30pm on E!
T20 World Cup
Competition is now in full swing on Sky Sport 3, Sky Sport Now and Sky Go. This week, catch New Zealand v Pakistan, Wednesday 27 October, 2.45am and New Zealand v India on Monday 1 November, 2.45am. Plus, each day at 7.30am Laura and Smithy bring you the latest in the T20 World Cup Wrap.
Death in Paradise – Season 9
It’s all murders and mojitos in the exciting new season of Death in Paradise as DI Richard Pool and the team solve mind-bending murders in the glorious sunshine of the seemingly idyllic Caribbean island of St-Marie. Starts Monday 25 October, 8.30pm on BBC UKTV.
Drama: A teen bounty hunter is torn between helping or capturing a seductive fugitive bank robber hiding in his small town during the Great Depression. Starring Margot Robbie, Finn Cole, Travis Fimmel. Tuesday 26 October, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Insecure – Season 5
Starring the highly acclaimed Issa Rae, season five continues to follow our favourite characters as they evaluate their relationships, both new and old, in an effort to figure out who and what comes with them in this next phase of their lives. Thursdays from 28 October, 8pm on SoHo. Season 1 - 4 available now on Sky Go.
Curb Your Enthusiasm – Season 11
Larry David stars as... Larry David, living the good life out in L.A. and stumbling through one faux-pas after another. Catch the new season of the hugely popular comedy, Thursdays from 28 October, 9pm on SoHo.
Temple – Season 2
Last season, surgeon Daniel Milton (Mark Strong) went to extreme lengths to try and save his wife from a life-threatening illness, creating an illegal underground clinic. This season, boundaries continue to be pushed to the limit and chaos and consequences ensue. Friday 29 October on Sky Go. Season 1 available now on Sky Go.
Wales v All Blacks
It will be the first time the two teams have met since the All Blacks defeated Wales 40-17 during the Bronze Final at Rugby World Cup 2019. Catch all the action live from Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Sunday 31 October, 5.05am on Sky Sport 1, Sky Go or Sky Sport Now.
Behind our world, lies a world of dangerous and powerful monsters that rule their domain with deadly ferocity. When Lt. Artemis (Milla Jovovich) and her loyal soldiers are transported from our world to theirs, they receive the shock of their lives. Sunday 31 October, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Succession – Season 3
Ambushed by his son Kendall at the end of season two, Logan Roy is now in a perilous position, scrambling to secure familial, political and financial alliances. Tensions rise as a bitter corporate battle threatens to turn into a family civil war. Mondays 9.30pm from 18 October on SoHo.
All Blacks v USA
To kick off the All Blacks Northern Tour 2021, the All Blacks are in the USA for the first time since 2016 to take on the USA Eagles at FedEx Field in Washington DC in the inaugural 1874 Cup. Watch it live, Sunday 24 October, 8.30am on Sky Sport 1, Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.
Love Island Australia – Season 3
Gorgeous, young, single Aussies experience the holiday of a lifetime, with the added possibility of meeting their soul mate. Full of flirting, jealousy, rejection and romance, Love Island Australia is an emotional feast of lust and passion in the sun. From Tuesday 19 October on Sky Go, available for all Sky Starter customers.
New Amsterdam – Season 4
After a turbulent year of sacrifice and hardship, Max and the team begin a new chapter. Continuing to navigate their own personal journeys, the doctors strive to embrace the joy and successes in their lives while continuing their quest to improve the healthcare system. Tuesdays from 19 October, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Wild Landscapes of China
Exploring diverse environments and the wildlife, this two-part special looks at how the people, culture and customs of China have been shaped by these remarkable landscapes. Tuesday and Wednesday from 19 October, 8.30pm – part of Wilderness Week on BBC Earth.
In this BBC mini-series thriller, Paula, a teacher, has a one-night stand with James, a handyman she hired. But when James begins to stalk and threaten her, Paula engages him in fight she is determined to win. Stars Denise Gough, Tom Hughes. BBC UKTV.
1840s England. Mary Anning, an acclaimed fossil hunter, is forced to care for a rich visitor's sick wife, and the two develop an intense bond that forces the two women to re-examine their relationship. Stars Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan. Saturday 23 October, 8.30pm on Rialto.
Drama: Federal agent Aaron Falk returns to his drought–stricken home of Kiewarra, Australia for the tragic funeral of his childhood friend. Once there, his return reopens the door to the unsolved death of a teenage girl. Starring Eric Bana. Sunday 24 October, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Woodstock 99: Peace, Love and Rage
Directed by Garret Price, the film tells the story of Woodstock ‘99, a music festival promoted to echo unity and counterculture idealism of the original 1969 concert, but instead devolved into riots, looting, and sexual assaults. Monday 11 October, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Women’s Big Bash League
Fast-paced and full of surprises, the WBBL Australia season kicks off in Hobart on Thursday 14 October with Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars at 9.30pm, on Sky Sport 3 followed by Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes on Saturday at 5.30pm on Sky Sport 4.
We’re Here – Season 2
A second season of the unscripted series following three of America's top drag entertainers as they travel to small cities and towns transforming locals into fierce drag queens. Weekly drops, express on Sky Go from Sunday 10 October.
Promising Young Women
Thriller: Cassie is wickedly smart, tantalisingly cunning, but by night she lives a secret double life. Now, an unexpected encounter gives her a chance to right the wrongs from her past. Starring Carey Mulligan. Wednesday 13 October, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Comedy: After a falling out, six lifelong friends reunite to play the buddy games – a competition filled with absurd physical and mental challenges where the winner takes $150K. Stars Josh Duhamel, Olivia Munn, Dax Shephard. Sunday 17 October, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
ICC T20 Cricket World Cup
We’re gearing up for a summer of cricket starting with the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup. Warm ups and qualifiers start from Sunday 17 October on Sky Sport 3 with the competition beginning 23 October. Sky Sport and Sky Sport Now is the place to catch every T20 live. Check the guide for times.
Cadbury Netball Series
After a disappointing loss in the Taini Jamison Trophy, the Silver Ferns will be eager to give the NZ Men’s Invitational team a run for their money in the three-day series starting Sunday 10 October. Catch the U21 teams at 5pm, followed by the Silver Ferns at 7pm, live on Sky Sport 1.
Madonna: Madame X
Filmed in Lisbon, Portugal, this highly anticipated film captures the Queen of Pop’s rare and rapturous tour performance of Madame X, a secret agent traveling the world, changing identities, fighting for freedom, and bringing light to dark places. Friday 8 October, 8pm on MTV.
Follows a grassroots Māori company from Ruatoria as it enters the million-dollar medicinal cannabis industry, turning a small-town dream into reality and showing how a community, rich in spirit, culture and determination is driven to succeed. Premieres Wednesday 6 October, 9.30pm on Prime.
Geordie Shore – A Shot At Love
Geordie Shore returns with an exciting new dating show format. Each week, the Geordie Shore stars will be joined by a host of singletons, ready to mingle and go on a series of dates … and some may even be invited to join the house. Wednesdays from 6 October, 9.25pm on MTV.
Gold Rush White Water: Walk The Line
The Dakota boys have walked a fine line between bravery and insanity trying to strike it rich for four years now. Now they are creating ingenious bush fixes to mine gold in the most dangerous way possible – diving in freezing white water rapids. Wednesdays from 6 October, 10.30pm on Discovery.
The Kiwis are in Spain for the next round of this glamorous and super speedy competition – if you thought the America’s Cup was fast and dangerous, Sail GP takes things to a whole new level. If the 3.30am start on Sunday 10 October, Sky Sport 3 isn’t your style, hit the record on My Sky.
Nancy Drew - Season 3
Brilliant teen detective Nancy Drew's hope of leaving her hometown for college is put at risk as escalating supernatural threats and a series of grisly murders have Nancy and her team of unlikely allies back solving mysteries in Horseshoe Bay. Sundays from 10 October on Sky Go.
Action: When a bank teller discovers he's actually a background player in an open-world video game, he decides to become the hero of his own story – one that he can rewrite himself. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Jodie Comer, Taika Waititi. Sunday 10 October, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
NRL Premiership Grand Final
South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers. For the very first time the grand final will be played outside of Sydney at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium. Catch all the pre-match hype Sunday 3 October from 8.30pm with kick off at 9.30pm on Sky Sport 4 and streaming live on Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.
One of the most celebrated Kiwi films of 2021, Cousins entwines the different lives of three Māori cousins, through tumultuous decades, after one of them is taken from her family and raised in an orphanage. Rachel House, Miriama Smith, Briar Grace Smith. Saturday 2 October, 8.30pm on Rialto.
While Auckland remains in a bit of rugby limbo, it’s great the rest of the country can get back to premier rugby. Catch Northland v Waikato, Saturday 2 October at 2pm, Manawatu V Otago at 4pm, and Tasman v Southland on Sunday 3 October, 4.30pm on Sky Sport 1.
Wonder Woman 1984
Diana Prince maintains a low-profile living among mortals in the 1980’s, but soon has to muster all of her strength, wisdom and courage to fight Maxwell Lord and the Cheetah to save the world. Gal Gadot, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Chris Pine. Sunday 3 October, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
In an all new special, Steve Waugh, the mastermind behind Australia's golden age of cricket dominance, takes us on a trip through India, exploring the rich diversity of cultures and searching for the true spirit of cricket. From Sunday 26 September on Sky Go.
Love, Weddings and Other Disasters
Romantic Comedy: A fussy celebrity caterer, a blind woman, a tour-bus guide and an inexperienced wedding planner all pursue love in outlandish, odd and far from perfect ways. Starring Diane Keaton, Jeremy Irons, Maggie Grace. Tuesday 28 September, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Gold Rush – Winter’s Fortune
For the first time in franchise history, the Gold Rush all stars give you an exclusive look into their tips and tricks of the trade as fan favourite miners go head-to-head to prep for their own seasons, starting at square one to truly show you how it’s done. Thursdays from 30 September, 7.30pm on Discovery.
A bitter-sweet bilingual comedy-drama about Jiayue Qiu, a 22-year-old pharmacy student secretly apprenticing at her best friend's tattoo parlour in Auckland, while she struggles to connect with her unhappy father in China. Tuesday 28 September, 9.40pm on Prime.
73rd Emmy® Awards
Join the hilarious Cedric the Entertainer (The Neighbourhood) for a front row seat to celebrate the TV shows we love – live, exclusive and only on Vibe, Monday 20 September at Noon with an encore at 7.30pm. Plus E! will bring us all the glamour with Live from the Red Carpet E! from 10am. Available for catch up on Sky Go.
Cadbury Netball Series
The Taini Jamison Trophy is up for grabs as the Silver Ferns take on England’s Roses this week in Christchurch. Watch the first test live, Monday 20 September from 7pm on Sky Sport 1. The second test, same time and channel on Wednesday followed by the third and final test on Friday.
New Amsterdam Season 4
After a turbulent year of sacrifice and hardship, Max and the team begin a new chapter. Continuing to navigate their own personal journeys, they strive to embrace their joys and successes while continuing their quest to improve the healthcare system. Tuesdays from 21 September on Sky Go.
A Million Little Things – Season 4
Friendship isn't a big thing – it's a million little things. Season four deals with the aftermath of Gary’s attack on Sophie’s sexual abuser. Eddie is tested when he learns the identity of the driver of the red SUV and Regina tries to move on after her devastating loss. Drops Friday 24 Setptember on Sky Go.
Comedy. The hilarious adaptation of the 1941 Noël Coward play about the comedic and complex love triangle brought about by a seance gone wrong. Stars Judi Dench, Isla Fisher, Dan Stevens and Leslie Mann. Saturday 25 September, 8.30pm on Rialto.
Action. A former Marine lives a solitary life as a rancher along the Mexican border. His peaceful existence is destroyed when he tries to protect a boy on the run from a vicious cartel. Starring Liam Neeson, Kathryn Winnick, Teresa Ruiz. Sunday 26 September, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Who Do You Think You Are?
A new group of Aussie celebrities, including Jeff Fatt, Grant Denyer, Malcom Turnbull and Natalie Bassingthwaighte, are ready to delve into their lineage and get answers to the questions they've wondered about their entire lives. Sundays from 26 September, 8.30pm on BBC UKTV.
The top twelve players from the US take on the top twelve players from Europe in this prestigious, three-day comp from Whistling Straits. Will the Americans reclaim the Cup after the Europeans win at Le Golf National in 2018? Round one tees off Tuesday 21 September, 11am on Sky Sport 6.
Aussie Snake Wranglers
Follow the busiest snake wranglers in Australia as they come up against some of the most venomous and deadliest snakes in the world including red bellies, eastern browns and whip snakes. Tuesdays from 14 September, 8.30pm on National Geographic.
Fans will be excited for the return of provincial rugby this weekend as teams outside of Auckland head into round three of a revised draw. Don’t miss the restart, Friday 17 September at 7pm live on Sky Sport 1 as Waikato take on Canterbury in Hamilton.
Māori Language Week
To celebrate Māori Language Week we’ve curated an awesome selection of Kiwi content to help you brush up on your Te Reo including The Dark Horse, Poi-E, The Dead Lands, The Pā Boys, Hamu & Tofiga, The Ring Inz and more. From Monday 13 September you’ll find them all streaming on Sky Go.
Scenes from a Marriage
Adapted from Ingmar Bergman’s 1973 Swedish classic, we re-examine the show’s iconic depiction of love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage, and divorce through the lens of a contemporary American couple. Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, Corey Stoll. Tuesdays from 14 September, 9.30pm on SoHo.
The Daily Show
Back with an all new season, the sharp and witty Trevor Noah presents a satirical spin on news and current affairs – from political to pop culture – in this Emmy and Peabody Award-winning late night talk show. Tuesdays to Fridays from 14 September, 11pm on Comedy Central.
A compelling family drama that explores the tattered American dream through the eyes of complicated and compromised chief of police Del Harris in a Rust Belt town in southwest Pennsylvania. Sundays from 19 September, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Drama: A small unit of U.S. soldiers, alone at a remote combat outpost in the Afghanistan, battles an overwhelming force of Taliban fighters in a coordinated attack. Stars Orlando Bloom, Scott Eastwood, Caleb Landry Jones. Sunday 19 September, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Drama: Faced with losing everything they’ve worked for, two warring brothers find they might just have a chance to save their herd, reunite their family and bring their community back together. Sam Neill, Michael Caton. Sunday 12 September, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
We’ve got your Sunday night rugby entertainment on lock down. First up, the All Blacks take on Argentina at 7.05pm followed by South Africa v Australia at 10.05pm. Catch the action from Robina Stadium, Gold Coast live 12 September on Sky Sport 1 or streaming on Sky Go and Sky Sport Now.
City of Lies
Drama: LAPD detective Russell Poole (Johnny Depp) and reporter Jack Jackson (Forest Whitaker) unravel a growing web of institutional corruption and lies in search of the truth around the murders of The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur. Monday 6 September, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Billions – Season 5
After a hiatus, Billions returns for the last five episodes of Season 5. Bobby Axelrod and Chuck Rhoades see their vicious rivalry reignited, while new enemies rise and take aim and the struggle for power becomes one of survival. Mondays from 6 Sept, 9.30pm on SoHo. All previous seasons available on Sky Go and Sky On Demand.
Impeachment – American Crime Story
An expose into the national crisis that led to the impeachment of U.S. President Bill Clinton through the eyes of the women at the centre of the scandal and political war: Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp and Paula Jones. Wednesdays from 8 September, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Love Island UK Aftersun – The Reunion
After our two loved-up winners have skipped off into the sunset, what better way to bring back the drama than a reunion show! Join the full Love Island UK Aftersun cast when they return to the studio for a chat-show style evening not to be missed. Thursday 9 September on Sky Go.
9/11 Twenty Years On
Sky is commemorating the twenty-year anniversary of September 11 with these specials; 9/11: The Pentagon, on History, Blowing Up History: Twin Towers – The Hidden Secrets, on Discovery, 9/11 One Day in America, on National Geographic and CIA v Bin Laden: First In on History.
NRL Finals Series
The top eight teams head into the finals this weekend with the Melbourne Storm hot favourites after an outstanding season, but the Bunnies and Panthers won’t go out with a fight, and we know anything can happen at this end of the competition. Watch all games live on Sky Sport 4.
All Blacks v Wallabies
After much anticipation the All Blacks take the field at Optus Stadium, Perth on Sunday 5 September for game three of the Bledisloe Cup before heading to Queensland for the remainder of the Rugby Championship. We’ll bring you all the action live from 5pm on Sky Sport 1.
American Horror Story: Double Feature
A struggling writer, his pregnant wife, and their daughter move to an isolated beach town for the winter. As they settle in, the town’s true residents make themselves known. Stars Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Angelica Ross and Denis O’Hare. Sundays from 5 September, 9.30pm on Soho.
Action: John Garrity, his estranged wife and their young son embark on a perilous journey to find sanctuary as a catastrophic comet hurtles toward Earth. Their incredible trek culminates in a last-minute flight to a possible safe haven. Sunday 5 September, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
It’s the final round of play this weekend before the top eight teams hit the finals. The NZ Warriors will be looking to go out with a bang against the Gold Coast Titans in what could well be their last match of the season. Get behind our boys, Sunday 5 September, 6pm on Sky Sport 4.
I Used To Go Here
Gillian Jacobs plays a mildly successful author in her mid-30s who, while stuck in life limbo, returns to her former college and finds herself tangled in the lives of current students. Co-stars Jemaine Clement as the college professor who invites her back to campus. Saturday 4 September, 8.30pm on Rialto.
The rise, fall and spiritual rebirth of the most iconic music label in Pacific history, Dawn Raid Entertainment and how founders, Tanielu Leaosavai'i (aka Brotha D) and Andy Murnane, turned a t-shirt printing business into a hip-hop empire. Wednesday 1 September, 8.30pm, Sky Movies Premiere.
VICE Dark Side Of The 90’s
A docu-series that reveals the soul of the decade through the pop culture moments, trends and people that captivated us. From the famous to the infamous, every episode will be a deep and personal exploration of the moments and people you thought you knew. Wednesday 1 September, 7.30pm on VICE.
Britannia Season 3
Aulus has fractured and shattered the druids, but his true mission: to capture and kill The Chosen One remains elusively out of reach. With forces gathering against her and grappling with her path as The Chosen One, Cait is more vulnerable than she knows. Mondays from 30 August, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Bering Sea Gold - NEW SEASON
As competition grows fiercer, the miners return to the Bering Sea with new goals: to seek redemption, build an empire, or for some, defend their crown… even if that means taking on the unforgiving Alaskan winter. Catch Season 9, Wednesdays from 25 August, 9.30pm on Discovery.
We’ve got your Friday night sorted as we head into Round 24! The NZ Warriors will be fighting for another win against the Canberra Raiders at 7.30pm. Then at 9.55pm, get set for an explosive match between fierce rivals the Roosters and the Rabbitohs. Both games are live on Sky Sport 4.
Vince Vaughn stars in this fantastical horror comedy. A serial kiler’s mystical dagger causes him to switch bodies with a 17-year-old girl. The terrified teen only has 24 hours to get her identity back before she looks like a middle-aged maniac forever. Monday 23 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere and Sky Go.
Drama: Joan and Tom have been married for years, but when Joan is diagnosed with cancer they must navigate the challenges ahead and cope with the toll treatment takes on their relationship. Lesley Manville, Liam Neeson, David Wilmot. Tuesday 24 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Comedy: After the 2016 US presidential election, Democratic strategist Gary Zimmer sees retired veteran Jack Hastings's viral video and persuades him to run for mayor in a small Wisconsin town. Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, Chris Cooper. Wednesday 25 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Drama: The story of feminist activist Gloria Steinem – from her childhood in 1940’s Ohio to founding Ms. magazine in New York and her role in the 1960’s women’s rights movement. Stars; Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Janelle Monáe. Tuesday 17 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Love Island USA Season 3
Twelve new sexy singles are ready to mingle in the hope of finding love and winning a stack of cash as they spend a summer of love getting to know each other in breathtaking Hawaii. Get ready for the binge drop, Friday 27 August on Sky Go.
Action: Evan McCauley is on the brink of a breakdown when a secret group called “Infinites” seek his help to stop a madman from destroying the endless cycle of life and reincarnation on Earth. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Sophie Cookson, Chiwetel Ejiofor. Sunday 29 August, 8.30pm Sky Movies Premiere.
Round 23 of the NRL commences this weekend and we’re starting to get down to the pointy end of the competition with just three rounds left until the home-run to the finals. The NZ Warriors will be looking for another win when they take on the Broncos, Sunday 22 August at 5.45pm on Sky Sport 4.
Louis Theroux: Law & Disorder Johannesburg
Louis Theroux is in Johannesburg where residents find themselves increasingly besieged by crime. Many citizens turn to private security companies with brutal methods, to help protect them and their property. Tuesday 17 August, 9.25pm on BBC Earth.
Awkwafina is Nora from Queens – Season 2
Based on her upbringing in NYC, comedian Awkwafina is back in Queens for season two as she experiences new struggles and emotions as she struggles to find her way as a young adult in the big city. Stars; Awkwafina, Lori Tan Chinn, B.D. Wong. Thursdays from 19 August on Comedy Central.
How to Survive a Murder
Days after the brutal murder of his mother-in-law, filmmaker John MacGibbon picks up his camera and begins a harrowing search for truth, capturing in real time, the gut wrenching tale of a senseless crime that never should have occurred. Thursdays from 19 August, 8.30pm on CI.
War & Peace
As Napoleon Bonaparte's conflict with Russia reaches its peak, a few members of five aristocratic families foresee their lives changing for the better. The full season will drop at 12pm Thursday 19 August on Sky Go.
The Legend of the Underground
Uncovering discrimination in Nigeria and exploring the lives of several charismatic, non-conformist youth who must choose either to fight for freedom of expression or flee to live free. Through social media, they spark a cultural revolution. Friday 20 August, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Let Him Go
Thriller: Following the loss of their son, a retired sheriff and his wife leave their Montana ranch to rescue their young grandson from the clutches of a dangerous family living off the grid in the Dakotas. Starring Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Lesley Manville. Sunday 22 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Deadliest Catch: Bloodline Season 2
Armed with new leads, Captian Josh Harris and partner Casey McManus are heading back to the Big Island in hopes of uncovering Phil's secret past and tackle the next step in Josh's journey to continue his father’s legacy. Wednesdays from 11 August, 8.30pm on Discovery.
Bledisloe Cup 2021
After a slight schedule change to accommodate the ever changing quarantine landscape, the All Blacks will be at Eden Park for a second week when they take on the Wallabies in the Bledisloe Cup on Saturday 14 August at 7.05pm.
Sky Movies Comedy
This August we’re launching a brand new channel dedicated entirely to LOLs! From Step Brothers to Baby Done, Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels to The Legend Of Baron To'a, Sky Movies Comedy promises more variety, more laughs and less repeats. Launching Monday 9 August on Channel 31. Learn more here.
Based on the novel by Roberto Saviano, this fast-paced series directed by Stefano Sollima and Janus Metz follows the buyers, sellers and brokers who drive the frenzied and lethal world of international drug trafficking. Wednesdays from 11 August, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Gold Rush Dave Turin’s Lost Mine
After the pandemic makes mining in Alaska impossible, Team Turin set up in Colorado to work a lost mine with massive potential. However, Dave’s dream of achieving financial security and freedom is halted when tragedy strikes. Thursdays from 12 August, 9.30pm on Discovery.
Niamh Algar, Eddie Marsan and Nathaniel Martello-White star in this four-part true crime drama series in which a female undercover officer becomes a sexual bait for a suspected killer. A look into one of the UK’s biggest and most catastrophic police operations. Premieres Sunday 15 August on Sky Go for SoHo subscribers.
The War With Grandpa
Comedy: When Grandpa Jack moves in, Peter is forced to give up his most prized possession: his bedroom... but he's not letting it go without a fight! Stars: Robert De Niro, Uma Thurman, Oakes Fegley, Christopher Walken. Sunday 15 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Rugby Championship – South Africa v Argentina
Get up or stay up for the first clash between South Africa and Argentina in the Rugby Championship, live from Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Sunday 15 August at 3.05am on Sky Sport 1. The South Africans will go in as favourites, but there are no certainties with rugby at this level!
ANZ Premiership Netball
After an exciting season, we’re down to the last three teams. Having finished top of the table, the Northern Mystics go straight to the Grand Final next weekend, while second placed Southern Steel host Mainland Tactix in the Elimination Final Saturday 1 August, 4pm on Sky Sport 1.
To save his declining business, Chris Cringle, AKA Santa Claus, is forced into a partnership with the U.S. Military and gets locked into a deadly battle of wits against a highly skilled assassin. Stars Mel Gibson, Walton Goggins, Marianne Jean-Baptiste. Sunday 1 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
With plenty of action still to come from Tokyo including Rowing, Athletics, Equestrian, Canoeing and more, there’s a lot to be excited about this week! Catch every Kiwi in action using our handy Kiwi athlete schedule here and enjoy 12 channels dedicated entirely to your Olympic viewing pleasure.
Mini-series. In Edinburgh, two brothers accidentally kill a man while driving home from a wedding. After deciding to cover it up, they must dodge encroaching suspicions from the man's family and friends who suspect that his death was not a mistake. Monday 2 August 9.35pm on BBC UKTV.
NZ Drama: A rural community rallies around a recently widowed farmer to help him cope with his grief, while the farmer's son also struggles to find his own way. Stars: Marshall Napier, Cohen Holloway, Annie Whittle (2019). Tuesday 3 August, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union
This three-part docuseries explores the journey of Barack Obama from Illinois State Senator to the 44th U.S. President, against the cultural and historical moments that defined his political rise. Starts Wednesday 4 August, 7pm on Sky Go and continues Thursday and Friday, for SoHo subscribers only.
The Day Sport Stood Still
The story of the unprecedented sports shutdown in March 2020 and the remarkable turn of events that followed, including athletes’ prominent role in the cultural reckoning on racial injustices that escalated during the pandemic, and the complex return to competition. Friday 6 August, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Bledisloe Cup 2021
The Bledisloe Cup and The Rugby Championship kicks off this weekend with the All Blacks v Australia in the first Test of the Bledisloe Cup. Catch all the action as these fierce rivals go head-to-head at Eden Park, Saturday 7 August, 6.30pm live on Sky Sport 1.
ANZ Premiership: Grand Final
This is the big one! After surviving last weekend’s sudden death clash against Southern Steel, the Mainland Tactix are ready to take on front-runners Northern Mystics in the Grand Final. Catch all the action live from Spark Arena, Auckland, Sunday 8 August from 3pm on Sky Sport 2.
The Croods: A New Age
Family: Searching for a safer habitat, the prehistoric Crood family discovers an idyllic, walled-in paradise that meets all of its needs… unfortunately, they must learn to live with the Bettermans – a family that's a couple of steps above on the evolutionary ladder. Sunday 8 August, 7pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Gold prices have skyrocketed and the Dakota boys are determined to cash in. A late start to the season, record snowfall and raging rivers have created the most dangerous and challenging mining conditions they have ever faced. Thursdays from 1 July, 9.30pm on Discovery.
Becoming Princess Diana
Nothing could have prepared Lady Diana Spencer for the relentless pressures of having the world’s spotlight shining on her. This fascinating documentary reveals and relives Diana’s journey from naive young girl to the People's Princess. Thursday 1 July, 7.30pm on Living.
The Hardy Boys
After the tragic death of their mother, Frank and Joe Hardy's father relocates the boys to their mother's hometown while he tries to solve the case, but the boys want answers as well. Based on the classic ‘The Hardy Boys’ book series by Edward Stratemeyer. Starts Thursday 1 July on Sky Go.
Rugby – Steinlager Series
We’ve got two exciting games of international rugby back to back on Saturday 3 July live from Mt Smart Stadium. First up it’s the Māori All Blacks v Manu Samoa at 4:30pm, followed by the All Blacks v Tonga at 6.30pm. Catch both matches live on Sky Sport 1.
Everyone’s favourite British historical drama lands on Sky Go this week. Follow the complex lives and interactions of the aristocratic Crawley family and their domestic servants as they navigate the great events of the post-Edwardian era. Watch every epsiode from all six seasons from Saturday 3 July.
Ride Like A Girl
The true story of Michelle Payne, who became the first female jockey to win Australia’s prestigious Melbourne Cup horse race in 2015 despite facing extraordinary odds. Starring Teresa Palmer, Sam Neill, Stephen Payne. Sunday 4 July, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Shark Beach with Chris Hemsworth
Joined by preeminent shark experts including surfer Mick Fanning, Chris Hemsworth uncovers the latest breakthroughs in shark science technology designed to protect both sharks and humans, from his own backyard in Byron Bay. Monday 5 July, 7.30pm on National Geographic.
Former federal agent and paranormal investigator Ben Hansen is on a mission to uncover the truth behind America’s most shocking and infamous UFO sightings – the answers he believes are hidden in cases of the past. Tuesdays from 6 July, 8.30pm on Discovery.
In the wake of Julius Caesar's assassination, golden girl Livia Drusilla loses everything and is forced into exile. Ten years later, she returns, determined to regain everything that was stolen from her! Starts Wednesday 7 July, 9.30pm on SoHo and now on Sky Go.
UEFA Euro 2020 Finals
After an exciting few weeks of world-class football it’s finals time! In the first of the semis it’s Italy v Spain on Wednesday 7 July, 6.50am then England v Denmark on Thursday 8 July, 6.50am, with the winners of each playing off in the final live Monday 13 July at 6.50am on Sky Sport 7.
All Blacks v Fiji – Steinlager Series
The epic festival of All Blacks, Māori and Pasifika rugby matches continues with the first test between the mighty ABs and the Flying Fijians. Catch all the action live from FMG Stadium Waikato, Saturday 10 July, from 6.30pm live on Sky Sport 1.
As we get down to the business end of the championship, play continues from the grass courts in London on Sky Sport 3, 8 and 9. On Sunday 11 July, 12.45am watch the Women’s Singles Final followed by the Men’s Doubles Final at 3.45am. Monday 12 July, 12.45am its the Men’s Singles Final followed by the Women’s Doubles Finals at 3.45am. All finals are live on Sky Sport 3.
A secret agent who learns to manipulate the flow of time, journeys through a twilight world of international espionage to prevent an attack from the future. Stars: John David Washington, Robert Pattinson. Sunday 11 July, 8.30pm on Sky Movie Premiere.
Adapted from the Tony Award-winning play of the same name, Oslo follows the secret back-channel talks, unlikely friendships, and quiet heroics of a small but committed group that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. Stars Ruth Wilson, Andrew Scott. Sunday 11 July, 8.30pm on SoHo.
The White Lotus
Follow the lives of various resort guests over the span of a week as they relax and rejuvenate in paradise. But each passing day brings a darker complexity to these travellers, the hotel’s employees, and the beautiful location itself. Monday 12 July, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Animal Kingdom – Season 5
After his mother's death, teenager Joshua moves in with his uncles and grandmother only to find his life takes a threatening twist, when he learns that his new family is a mid-level crime syndicate. New episode weekly from Monday 12 July on Sky Go for SoHo subscribers.
Mysteries at the Museum: Close Encounters
During a 1954 soccer match in Florence, Italy fans witnessed an incredible event: Twenty glistening orbs hovering above the stadium, littering the pitch with a silky substance. For decades people believed they were UFOs… but were they? Tuesday 13 July, 9.30pm on Discovery.
Dark Side of Football
With larger-than-life heroes, football is also rife with scandal. VICE explores the tension between America's undying love of the game, and its ability to corrupt and damage those who live and die for it. Wednesdays from 14 July, 7.30pm on VICE.
Farah Palmer Cup 2021
The best of women’s provincial rugby returns this weekend with Auckland v Bay of Plenty, Saturday 17 July at 12pm followed by reigning champs Canterbury v Counties Manukau at 2pm. Then on Sunday at 11.30am it’s Wellington v Otago. All games are live on Sky Sport 1.
Inspired by real events of the late 1960s, when Hoover's FBI targeted Jean Seberg because of her political and romantic involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal. Stars Kristen Stewart and Vince Vaughn. Saturday 17 July, 8.30pm on Rialto.
All Blacks v Fiji
The Flying Fijians are playing for more than just a win as they take on the All Blacks in the second test of the Steinlager Series this weekend. Watch the play-by-play live from FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton, Saturday 17 July from 6.30pm on Sky Sport 1.
Action: A former soldier must save her niece and nephew from armed thieves planning to steal priceless art from a building in New York City. Stars: Ruby Rose, Jean Reno (2020). Sky Movies Premiere, Sunday 18 July 8.30pm.
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
There’s no need to wait for Friday’s opening ceremony to watch Kiwis in action! On Wednesday 21 July catch the Football Ferns v Australia, followed by the OlyWhites v Korea on Thursday and on Friday morning it’s the Mens’ Single Sculls. With twelve dedicated channels, you won’t miss a moment of the action. Be sure to check out the Kiwi schedule here.
Elizabeth is Missing
Adapted from the novel by Emma Healey, Elizabeth is Missing stars Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson as Maud, an elderly woman living with dementia who struggles to piece together a double mystery. Monday 19 July, 8.30pm on Vibe.
Barb and Star go to Visa del Mar
Lifelong friends Barb and Star embark on the adventure of a lifetime when they decide to leave their small Midwestern town for the first time ever to vacation in Vista del Mar, Florida. Stars: Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo (2020). Wednesday 21 July, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
The Brady Bunch Encore
Here's the story of a lovely lady, who was bringing up three very lovely girls… Returning to screens in 2021, it’s The Brady Bunch. At the end of a long day, skip the gloom and doom of the news and unwind with TV’s favourite blended family. Weekdays from 23 July, 5.50pm on JONES!
Would I Lie to You
Rob Brydon hosts the fourteenth season of this award-winning comedy panel show. Each episode, a stellar cast of celebrity guests reveal amazing stories about themselves, some of which are true and some of which are not. Can you tell the truth from the lies? Fridays from 23 July, 8pm on BBC UKTV.
Jeffrey Dahmer: Mind of a Monster
Chillingly narrated by Dahmer himself through audio recordings from extensive police interviews, along with heart-wrenching accounts by his father, an eye-witness and a victim who narrowly escaped – this is the Millwake Cannibal as never seen before. Saturday 24 July, 8.30pm on ID.
When a devastating loss in the ring leaves Lion and his brother Stan in debt to a local crime boss, they are forced to risk it all in a bare-knuckle boxing tournament as the pair fight for a better life. Starring Charlie Hunnam, Jack O’Connell, Jessica Barden. Sunday 25 July, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
We are celebrating SharkFest all this month on National Geographic with new shark-themed specials dropping every week. Be sure to catch Shark Beach with Chris Hemsworth streaming now on Sky Go, along with loads of new documentaries about these fascinating creatures.
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
From boxing to golf, athletics to equestrian, sailing to rugby, hockey to swimming, the Olympic Games are well underway this week and with twelve dedicated channels, we’ve got your Olympic viewing covered. Catch every Kiwi in action using our handy Kiwi athlete schedule here.
Drama: Tyler, a wrestler, severely injures himself when his dominating father pressurises him to excel. The familial ties are further strained when an unexpected tragedy strikes Tyler and his girlfriend. Monday 26 July, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Unforgotten, Season 4
DCI Cassie Stuart and DI Sunny Khan are back with the discovery of Matthew Walsh's headless corpse, apparently frozen since his disappearance in 1990, when he encountered five police trainees out celebrating passing their training programme. Mondays from 26 July, 8.30pm on Vibe.
Levison Wood, Walking the Himalayas
Explorer Levison Wood sets out to walk the length of the world's highest mountain range, beginning in Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor, Wood covers breath-taking scenery through Pakistan, the Indian frontier and Nepal before arriving in Bhutan. Tuesdays from 27 July, 8.30pm on BBC Earth.
How to Build a Girl
Teenager Johanna Morrigan, reinvents herself as Dolly Wilde: fast-talking, lady sex-adventurer, who moves to London and gets a job as a music critic to save her poverty stricken family. Stars Beanie Feldstein, Alfie Allen, Paddy Considine. Wednesday 28 July, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
A wildly experimental new series from an eclectic group of celebrated indie filmmakers who re-edited footage from public domain films and overdubbed them to tell a collection of new, wholly original stories. Thursdays from 29 July at 10pm on SoHo.
Watch the French Open live from the iconic clay courts in Paris all this week. Sky Sport 2 is the place to catch the best matches from all courts including our Kiwis in action, while Sky Sport Pop-Up 1 covers the best of the rest.
Pakistan Super League
If you’re a fan of fast-paced, world-class cricket then prepare for some early starts this week as we bring you live coverage of the Pakistan Super League from Wednesday 2 June. You’ll find most games starting at 2.50am on Sky Sport 3. Check the guide for further details.
The city of Taranto in southern Italy hosts the first-ever Italy Sail Grand Prix, the second event on the SailGP calendar. Watch live racing from Day 1 (Saturday 5 June) and Day 2 (Sunday 6 June) from 11.30pm on Sky Sport 3.
State of Origin
It’s never too early to get excited about Rugby League’s most anticipated clash of the year. The Blues will be desperate to redeem themselves after their surprise 2020 loss and the Maroons, well they never let up. Watch State of Origin game one live on Sky Sport 4, Wednesday 9 June, 9pm and get all the pre-match insights with NRL360 from 8pm.
UFC Fight Night
We’re live ringside at UFC Apex Las Vegas on Sunday 6 June for UFC Fight Night. Catch the prelims from 8am and then Rozenstruik v. Sakai on the main card at 11am where both men will be looking to get back on the winning side of things. Live on ESPN2.
Round one has come to an end with teams now in place for the conference semi-finals which kick into gear from Tuesday 8 June on ESPN. We’ll have live coverage of every game from the Conference Finals and NBA Finals.
State of Origin
It’s rugby league’s most anticipated clash of the year as the Blues go to head to head with old rivals the Maroons in game one of State of Origin. Watch the game live on Sky Sport 4, Wednesday 9 June at 9pm with pre-match insights on NRL 360 from 8pm.
Test Cricket – West Indies v South Africa
The South African tour of West Indies commences this week with the first test at Beausejour Stadium. Day one of play begins Friday 11 June at 1.45am on Sky Sport 3 and continues throughout the weekend.
UEFA EURO 2020
Watch the world’s best footballers including Mbappé, Ronaldo and Harry Kane, as 24 of the greatest European nations compete for the highly sought-after championship. Live coverage starts Saturday 12 June, 6.50am on Sky Sport 7 with Turkey v Italy.
A fight not to be missed! The Bellator 260 event headlined by the Welterweight World Title bout between champion Douglas Lima (32-8) and undefeated Yaroslav Amosov (25-0) at the Mohegan Sun Arena, Connecticut. Saturday 12 June at 1pm on Sky Sport Pop-Up 1.
Indycar Detroit Grand Prix
Kiwi drivers Scott Dixon and Scott McLaughlin continue to impress on the Indycar stage and now they’re taking on Detroit. Watch the qualifying races from midnight Sunday 13 June on Sky Sport 5 before the green flag drops for the main race on Monday at 4am.
A big two weeks of Grand Slam tennis comes to a climax this weekend. Sunday 13 June, it’s the Women’s Singles Final at 12.50am followed by the Men’s Doubles Finals at 3.50am. Later that night we bring you the Women’s Doubles Finals at 9.50pm followed by the Men’s Singles Finals on Monday at 1am. All matches are on Sky Sport 2.
UFC 263 – Adesanya v Vettori
Kiwi superstar Israel Adesanya will defend his middleweight crown when he takes on Marvin Vettori in a highly anticipated rematch in the main event of UFC 263, Sunday 13 June at 2pm on Sky Arena.
“The Last Stylebender” will be joined by fellow Kiwi and City Kickboxing teammate, Brad Riddell who takes on Drew Dober in the prelims – Live on ESPN at 12pm.
Our Queen At War
This is a fascinating exploration of how Queen Elizabeth II’s experiences during WWII transformed a teenage princess into Britain’s longest reigning monarch. Monday 14 June, 7.30pm on History.
David Tennant and Michael Sheen (playing themselves) were due to star in a production when the pandemic put a stop to that, but their director (Simon Evans – also playing himself) is determined not to let the opportunity pass him by. Tuesdays from 15 June, 9.30pm on BBC UKTV.
Alice, Verity and Jocelyn arrive in 17th century Jamestown, Virginia, arranged to marry first settlers. They soon realise they will need to rely on each other if they hope to survive the challenges their home in the New World presents. Wednesdays from 16 June, 7.30pm on Vibe.
Sky Original Comedy. When a power-hungry, maverick NSA agent joins an inept and tactless computer analyst and a newly-formed team tackling cybercrime at the UK Government Communications HQ, everything they know is shaken up. Thursdays from 17 June, 9.30pm on SoHo.
Dave – Season 2
Starring rapper and comedian David Burd, aka Lil Dicky. Dave portays a neurotic man in his late twenties who has convinced himself that he’s destined to be one of the best rappers of all time. Thursdays from 17 June, 8pm on SoHo and Sky Go.
ICC World Test Championship Final – NZ v India
The BLACKCAPS will be aiming for glory when they take on India at the Rose Bowl, Southampton from 18 – 22 June. Catch every ball live and exclusive on Sky Sport and streaming on Sky Sport Now and Sky Go.
Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman Final
As New Zealand and Australia opened their bubbles to each other, so did Super Rugby – and what an exciting six weeks it has been! Don’t miss the final between the Blues and the Highlanders Saturday, 19 June live from 6pm on Sky Sport 1.
The Secret Garden (2020)
When 10-year-old orphan Mary is sent to live with her uncle on his remote country estate, she and her sickly cousin discover a magical hidden garden. Starring Colin Firth, Julie Walters, Dixie Egerickx. Sunday 20 June, 7pm on Sky Movies Family.
Comedy: A damaging public inquiry tarnishes the image of a self-made fashion billionaire. To save his reputation, he throws a highly publicised and extravagant party on the Greek island of Mykonos. Starring Steve Coogan, Isla Fisher, Asa Butterfield. Monday 21 June, 8.30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.
Mr Inbetween – Season 3
In season three, Ray’s world has contracted and family life looks a little different as he quietly mourns the loss of Bruce. An unexpected tragedy will make him question both his career trajectory and his ethics. Thursdays from 24 June, 8.30pm on SoHo.
Tour de France
The world’s most prestigious cycling road race starts this week. Join us for all 21 stages as riders make their way over 3,383 km of picturesque terrain, from Brest to the Champs-Élysées in Paris in the chase for the yellow jersey. Stage 1 starts Saturday 26 June, 10pm on Sky Sport 2.
Equator From The Air
In a 25,000-mile journey around the equator, wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan explores the relationship between humans and nature, exposing just how much of the rainforest is being lost due to farming, palm-oil plantations and gold mines. From Saturday 26 June, 8.30pm on BBC Earth.
Impact with Gal Dadot
Powerful stories of young women making extraordinary impacts on their communities. Facing gang violence, water contamination, environmental degradation and homelessness; these women dare to stand out and speak up and lead: against all odds. Sunday 27 June, 8.30pm on National Geographic.
Comedy: Zoe freaks out when she falls pregnant to long-term boyfriend, Tim and is determined to tick off their list of wildest dreams before the baby arrives. Starring Rose Matafeo, Matthew Lewis, Rachel House. Sunday 27 June 8.30pm on Sky Movie Premiere.
A British-Pakistani rapper is on the cusp of his first world tour but is struck by an illness that threatens to derail his big break. BAFTA Film Award Nominee 2021 for Outstanding British Film of the Year. Starring Riz Ahmed. Sunday 27 June, 8.30pm on Rialto.
State of Origin - Game 2
Will a home ground advantage be enough for the mighty Maroons to stop the Blues in their tracks after their exciting Origin 1 win? Both teams will be pulling out all stops as they go head to head in Origin 2! Watch the blow-by-blow live from Suncorp Stadium, Sunday 27 June, 9pm on Sky Sport 4.
A series of films by Academy Award and BAFTA winner Steve McQueen, celebrating the courage of London’s West Indian community between 1969 and 1982, proving the most marginalised can challenge the most powerful and spark change. Mondays from 28 June, 9.35pm on BBC UKTV.
The Championships Wimbledon
Join us for comprehensive live coverage from the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. Catch all the big hitters; Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Venus and Serena Williams and Simona Halep at the grand-daddy of Grand Slams from Monday 28 June on Sky Sport 3, 8 and 9.
Love Island UK – Season 7
This fan-favourite reality series delivers an emotional rollercoaster of flirting, romance and passion as gorgeous young singletons look for post-lockdown love while living together in a stunning Majorca villa. Starts Wednesday 30 June, 1pm with a daily drop on Sky Go.
Rome’s famous clay court event is more than just tennis – it’s a total entertainment experience. Be there for the first serve on Monday 10 May, 9pm and catch all the play through to 17 May on Sky Sport 8.
Get up early to catch Kiwi Shane Archbold in the final stage of Volta Algarve, Monday 10 May, 3.30am on Sky Sport 9. The Giro D’Italia continues this week with stages 3-9, as George Bennett competes in one of the biggest races of his career. Tour de Hongrie starts Thursday 13 May, 4am on SkySport 9 where Kiwi powerhouse Sam Bewley is on deck for Team BikeExchange.
Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman
What better way to celebrate the Trans-Tasman bubble than with Sky Super Rugby?! Get behind our Kiwi teams as they tackle the Brumbies, Force, Reds, Waratahs and Rebels each weekend. The first games kick off Friday 14 May on Sky Sport 3 with Highlanders v Reds at 6.30pm and Waratahs v Hurricanes at 9.30pm.
UFC 262 – Oliveira v Chandler
A new lightweight champion will be crowned this weekend! Brazil’s Oliveira found his groove when returning to the lightweight division in 2017, and now faces Chandler, who made an immediate impact in his UFC debut in January. Sunday 16 May, 2pm on Sky Arena & Sky Sport Now Pay-Per-View.
FA Cup Final
Eight time champions Chelsea will be fighting for a win over underdogs Leicester, who are yet to get their name on the highly sought-after trophy. It’s an early start Sunday 16 May, 4.15am on Sky Sport 7.
IndyCar: GMR GP
If you’re up early for the FA Cup Final, why not make a morning of it with the IndyCar GMR GP Indianapolis, where Kiwi drivers Scott Dixon and Scott McLaughlin will be looking to build on their one-two finish in Texas. Racing starts Sunday 16 May, 6.30am on Sky Sport 5.
Sky Sport Presents: All Access
Sky Sport brings you an access-all-areas look into the lives of New Zealand’s Super Rugby stars as we follow one player from each team for a full week. This week takes a raw look into the daily life of Chief’s superstar Anton Lienert-Brown as he balances rugby with family life. Monday 17 May, 9.30pm on Sky Sport 1 and on Sky Go.
UEFA Women’s Champions League
In what is set to be an exhilarating showdown, Chelsea take on Barcelona in the final from Gamla Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg. Chelsea is on a high after a 4-1 win over Bayern in the Semis, however the Spanish are renowned for fierce possession of the ball. Monday 17 May, 6.55am on Sky Sport 1.
As the Italian Open reaches its climax at the start of the week, the action continues in Switzerland where Roger Federer will be making an appearance at the Gonet Geneva Open. First serve is Monday 17 May, 12am on Sky Sport 2. You can also catch the Open Parc Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes in Lyon, France starting Tuesday 18 May, 12.30am on Sky Sport Pop-Up 1 and on Sky Go.
The strongest international field in golf returns to The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort for one of the four majors. Catch all the action from this demanding par 72 links-style course from Tuesday 18 May, 11am on Sky Sport 6 and on Sky Go.
Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman
The Trans-Tasman comp got off to an explosive start and there’s plenty to look forward to this weekend as we head into Round 2. Friday night it’s Hurricanes v Rebels followed by Force v Highlanders, then on Saturday prepare yourself for a triple header with Blues v Waratahs, Chiefs v Brumbies and Reds v Crusaders. Check the guide.
Roland Garros (The French Open)
We’re serving up two big weeks of Grand Slam tennis, starting Sunday 30 May live from the iconic clay courts in Paris. Sky Sport 2 is the place to catch the best matches from all courts including our Kiwis in action, while Sky Sport Pop-Up 1 covers the best of the rest.
Sky Sport Next brings you all the coverage from the Trans-Tasman Series women’s and men’s hockey live from Palmerston North. The Black Sticks go head-to-head with the Aussies in three games each on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Watch the matches on Sky Sport 2 and Sky Sport 9.
LPGA Bank Of Hope
New to the LPGA tour, the inaugural LPGA Bank Of Hope Match-Play will be hosted by the exclusive Shadow Creek in Las Vegas. Catch all four days of play from Thursday 27 May at 6am on Sky Sport 3.
It’s a big weekend for Supercars with Race 12 coming to you live from Winton Motorsport Park, Victoria. Watch it all, from the warm ups at 10.30am Saturday 29 May right through to the main event at 5pm, all on Sky Sport 5.
The Wellington Phoenix are back home and taking on Perth Glory in an exciting ‘Distance Derby’ matchup at Auckland’s Eden Park on Sunday 30 May at 3.30pm on Sky Sport 7.
If you’ve been following this gruelling race across Italy, it will all come to an end this week as racers tackle the final few stages. We’ll bring you live coverage each evening (except Tuesday) on Sky Sport 3 with the final stage kicking off at 11.15pm on Sunday 30 May.
We’re bringing you live coverage of the 105th running of The Indianapolis 500 where Kiwi Scott Dixon will start in pole position after finishing first in the Fast Nine Shootout and fellow countryman Scott McLaughlin will start in the 17th. Racing starts Monday 31 May, 3am live on Sky Sport 5.