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After Hours (2015)
Sky 1,


| Comedy

Sitcom about an 18 year old music lover who's just had his heart broken for the first time. Set around an internet radio station.


Americons follows the British couple as they move to the United States.

The Cafe
Sky 1,


| Comedy, Family

The Café is a comedy series written by and starring Ralf Little and Michelle Terry. The series is set in a café in Weston-Super-Mare run by Mary, Carol and Sarah.

David Attenborough's Conquest of the Skies
Sky 1,


| Documentary, Mini-Series
Rating: 5/5

Conquest Of The Skies, the latest landmark series from David Attenborough tells the story of nature's greatest aeronauts and the intricate engineering that has allowed them to conquer the skies.

Bring the Noise
Sky 1,


| Comedy

Kaiser Chiefs front man Ricky Wilson hosts a music-based comedy quiz, with team captains Nicole Scherzinger and Tinie Tempah and regular panelist Katherine Ryan joined by celebrity guests and comedians. The two teams are put to the test during rounds including music trivia, spoof video parodies and musical performance battles.

This Is Jinsy

This Is Jinsy is a comedy, starring Chris Bran and Justin Chubb as two guys who live on an island called Jinsy. The pilot episode originally aired on BBC on 1 March, 2010, but since then, Sky have picked up the show for at least one series.

Russell Howard's Home Time
Sky 1,


| Comedy, Talk Shows
Rating: 5/5

As we all stay home, Russell Howard gets his video conferencing working as he talks to those on the frontline, as well as his fellow celebrities.

Sky 1,


| Game Show

Welcome to Carnage, the most extreme contest on the planet where thirty purpose built, weaponised vehicles clash and smash in three thrilling arenas in the blazing heat of the vast, arid desert.

Freddie Fries Again

Freddie Flintoff climbs back aboard his chip van as he tours England, Wales and Ireland in search of deep-fried food fans and new adventures.

Sky 1,


| Family

A new era dawns for fans of Gladiators, the U.K. favorite from the 90s, when the series comes to Sky One. This time around the series will feature twelve brand new Gladiators: six men and six women.