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The Lazarus ProjectThe Lazarus Project
Sky Max, 2022 | Action, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Fantasy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.9/5

The Lazarus Project is a top secret organization dedicated to preventing mass extinction events - with the ability to make time go backwards.


The RisingThe Rising
Sky Max, 2022 | Crime, Mystery, Thriller | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.4/5

Neve Kelly is dead. Understandably, she's scared and confused by this new (non) existence, but moreover, when she realises she has been murdered, she's furious. Determined to find her killer and get justice, she takes advantage of her new supernatural abilities to go where the police can't and investigate her own death. In doing so, she uncovers deeply buried secrets and is forced to re-examine everything about her life and the people she cared about.


WolfeWolfe
Sky Max, 2021 | Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 3/5

The adventures of Professor Wolfe Kinteh, a crime scene investigator in the north of England.


Never Mind the Buzzcocks (2021)Never Mind the Buzzcocks (2021)

The renowned music-themed comedy show returns to Sky with brand new host Greg Davies. Returning to the show, Noel Fielding will be a team captain opposite Daisy May Cooper, with Jamali Maddix featuring as a regular guest.


A Town Called MaliceA Town Called Malice
Sky Max, in development | Drama, Crime, Thriller

A Town Called Malice follows the Lords, a crime family of petty thieves from South London who have fallen to the bottom of the criminal food chain. And they're not happy about it.


Funny WomanFunny Woman
Sky Max, in development | Comedy

Funny Girl is based on author Nick Hornby's 2016 novel of the same name. It's the height of the swinging 60s and Barbara Parker has just been crowned Miss Blackpool - but there's got to be more to life than being a beauty queen in a seaside town, right? She wants to be... someone. The bright lights of London are calling, and our determined hero sets off to find out who that someone is. The London she encounters is not as quite as swinging as the one she'd read about and seen on TV. However, after a series of setbacks Barbara finds herself in unfamiliar territory - an audition for a TV comedy show. Barbara's uncompromising northern wit proves to be the X factor that the show has been missing. She gets the part and becomes part of a ground-breaking new sitcom which will have an impact on British comedy for decades to come. Being a woman in a largely male environment has its own challenges, but as Barbara 'finds her funny' she re-defines the prevailing attitude to funny women and in the process, reinvents herself.


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