Sky and NOW TV: the news from December 27 to January 9

Sky and NOW TV: the news from December 27 to January 9
Sky and NOW Tv announced today the news arriving from December 27, 2020 to January 9, 2021. Among these, many awaited films and an exclusive channel dedicated solely to Game of Thrones, the famous series inspired by George RR Martin's romandi.

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Here you are all the news:

Tin Star 3

From December 30th, every Wednesday at 9.15 pm on Sky Atlantic and streaming on NOW TV

Third and final chapter for the original Sky series created by Rowan Joffé. An explosive third act that sees the return of Tim Roth as the tormented detective Jim Worth. At the end of season 2, Jack (Tim Roth) and Angela (Genevieve O'Reilly) were forced to reveal a painful truth to their daughter Anna (Abigail Lawrie): Jack is not Anna's father.

Now Worth return to Liverpool to face ghosts and enemies who thought they had left behind, to finally regain their freedom.

Sky Atlantic Game of Thrones - Pop Up Channel

From 1 ° January 8th on channel 111 and streaming on NOW TV

On Sky and NOW TV all 8 seasons of the most beloved series ever of Game of Thrones, the cult HBO taken from the cycle “Cronache del ice and fire ”, the beloved saga by George RR Martin. From 1 to 8 January a channel entirely dedicated to the series of records will broadcast all the episodes, along with specials, insights, making of, interviews, backstage.

Dragons, living dead, shocking twists, fierce families ready to do anything for the Throne of the Seven Kingdoms and unforgettable battles, for an unmissable journey along 73 episodes, a true instant classic that has become a global phenomenon in just a few years which has involved and passionate millions of fans all over the world.

I hate summer

Friday 1st January at 9.15pm on Sky Cinema Uno and streaming on NOW TV

Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo return to the cinema screen with a successful comedy that celebrates friendship. During the summer holidays, three men and their families end up renting the same house due to a booking error.

The three nuclei could not be more different and coexistence will represent a real undertaking for all of survival, at least initially ... In the cast Lucia Mascino, Carlotta Natoli and Maria Di Biase.

Bloodshot

Monday 28 December at 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno and streaming on NOW TV

Vin Diesel in the spectacular revenge movie based on the comic of the same name. On leave after a successful mission, Marine Ray Garrison enjoys a vacation in Italy with his wife, when they are both kidnapped.

Their situation seems hopeless, but one day Ray wakes up in a laboratory. high technology where he discovers prodigious nanites have been grafted into his blood, which makes him a super soldier. With these new powers, Ray is seeking revenge for what happened. Guy Pearce is also in the cast. Available on demand also in 4K HDR with Sky Q satellite.

Belushi

First viewing on Sky Arte and streaming on NOW TV on Friday 1st January at 9.15 pm

Using unpublished audio and video tapes, this new documentary, produced by Showtime, traces the too short life of John Belushi, a true generational talent who was able to make laugh and capture the hearts of fans, not only at the turn of the years' 70s and 80s, but still today.

From Animal House to Saturday Night Live from Blues Brothers to Call Me Aquila, a new portrait of the histrionic actor who has become a legend.

Cirque du Soleil: Luzia

Wednesday 30 December at 9.15 pm on Sky Uno and streaming on NOW TV

Luzia takes you to an imaginary Mexico, like a daydream, where light quenches the spirit and rain calms the soul. Loosely inspired by Mexico, Luzia is a poetic and acrobatic ode to the vibrant culture of a country whose richness comes from an extraordinary mix of creative influences and collisions: a land that inspires awe with its breathtaking landscapes and architectural wonders, backed by the indomitable spirit of her people.

Luzia's paintings weave an intricate contemporary mosaic that awakens your senses and transports you to a place suspended between dream and reality.

The Undoing

From 8 January, all six episodes available On Demand on Sky and streaming on NOW TV. Every Friday at 9.15pm on Sky Atlantic

Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant (and Donald Sutherland, Edgar Ramirez and Italy's Matilda De Angelis) directed by Susanne Bier in an HBO event series written by David E. Kelley , already behind the success of Big Little Lies.

Based on the best seller You Should Have Known (in Italy published under the title A happy family), a literary case of 2014, the series tells the story of Grace Fraser (Nicole Kidman), a successful New York therapist married to Jonathan Fraser (Hugh Grant), a respected surgeon. Due to a violent murder, more and more evident cracks will open to tear the seemingly perfect surface of their lives.

Alessandro Borghese - 4 Restaurants

From January 5th, every Tuesday at 9.15 pm on Sky Uno and streaming on NOW TV

Every Tuesday on Sky and NOW TV, the unmissable challenges of Alessandro Borghese - 4 Restaurants, an increasingly cult phenomenon on Italian television, original Sky production by Banijay Italia.

New in the challenge mechanism: four restaurateurs from the same area they belong to compete to determine which of them is the best in a certain category; each restaurateur invites the other three who, accompanied by the chef Borghese, comment and vote with a score from 0 to 10 location, menu, service and bill of the restaurant that hosts them and, from this year, also a fifth item, that of the category Special.

All four challengers, in fact, will have to compete on the same plate, the protagonist of that episode, so as to make the competition between them ever more direct and intense, with no holds barred. Up for grabs for the winner of each episode, the coveted title of best restaurant and an economic contribution to invest in your business.

Charlie's Angels

Monday 4th January at 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno and streaming on NOW TV

The three "angels" serving Charlie return to the screen, this time with the faces of Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska in an action-comedy directed and starring Elizabeth Banks . Elena Houghlin is the brilliant scientist who invented Callisto, a new technology that can illuminate the world.

But Callisto has an anomaly that can become a lethal weapon in the wrong hands. For this Elena ends up in trouble, but to save her are the angels Sabina and Jane. To protect the world from this threat, Elena joins them. Also available on demand in 4K HDR with Sky Q satellite.

Me against You - The Film: Mr. S's Revenge

Wednesday 6 January at 9.15 pm on Sky Cinema Uno and streaming on NOW TV

Luì and Sofì, the youtubers of Me against You, debut at the cinema with a comedy with astonishing receipts. Luì and Sofì upload a new video to the web every day in the hope of being invited to the contest that will award the Like Award.

But Mr. S, their historical enemy, has devised a diabolical plan to counter them: kidnap Luì and Sofì and replace them with clones that will answer only to him.

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