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What to watch on Now TV: your guide to the new TV shows and movies

You’re tempted by all those Sky TV shows, but can’t commit to the satellite dish installation and potentially costly monthly fees. Don’t fret! If you’re reading this, you’ve likely just discovered Now TV, Sky’s pay-as-you-view service that lets you access hundreds of movies and TV shows, streamed over the internet and free from the stresses of an ongoing subscription. You’re in for a televisual treat!

But what should you be focussing your gaze on? What Now TV shows are worth ignoring the outside world for, and which movies will give you the sort of bang-for-your-buck action that’d put Steven Spielberg on the edge of his seat?

We’ve handpicked a selection of top titles from Now TV’s newly released TV and film content line-up, guiding you through the best of what’s just arrived on the service. Whether you’re after a new series to binge, or movie to get engrossed in, we’ll be updating this post weekly with our favourite picks, so you never have to waste time trawling through the hundreds of options at your fingertips. 

New movies on Now TV this week

Get Out

An indie-outsider done good, Get Out was the surprise hit of 2017. A darkly funny thriller/horror/comedy/social satire hybrid, it follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) as he meets the parents of his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) for the first time. Could Rose’s family’s stifling attempt to accommodate the interracial relationship be masking some darker secret?

A word of mouth hit, Jordan Peele’s movie proved a revelation, earning it a well-deserved four Oscar nominations at the the forthcoming 2018 ceremony.

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge: A return to form for the long-running swashbuckling series, with Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow facing off against Javier Bardem’s undead pirate hunter.

Logan: The best X-Men movie yet? Probably. Expected to be Hugh Jackman’s final performance as claw-wielding Wolverine, it’s a brutal and bleak look at a future where the famous superhuman mutants have been all-but wiped out. 

New TV shows on Now TV this week


It’s dividing the critics, but if you can’t wait for a new fix of Game of Thrones, Britannia may fill that Westeros-shaped hole in your viewing calendar.

It’s Thrones made by Brits, essentially, and though it claims to have its roots in historical accuracy (it follows the Roman invasion and occupation of Britain during the Iron Age), it is very much from the George R. R. Martin school of storytelling. Expect buckets of blood, lots of sexy human flesh and a fair amount of never-would-have-actually-happened fantasy magic nonsense thrown in too.

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Atlanta: Donald Glover’s amazing comedy set in the eponymous city was overlooked by many in the UK, and is well worth a watch. It centres around two cousins navigating the Atlanta music scene trying to make ends meet, and is as astute as it is hilarious.

Bad Robots: A tech-savvy hidden camera show, there are some good laughs to be had with Bad Robots, where the public come face-to-face with a bunch of unruly robots and tantrum-throwing technology.

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