Sky and NOW: the main news from March 27 to April 2

Sky and NOW: the main news from March 27 to April 2

Sky and NOW

April is about to arrive and is preparing to be another month full of news brought by Sky and NOW. Between TV series and films, the schedule will expand considerably, leaving viewers glued to the screen. Let's find out together the main new titles that will be available from March 27 to April 2, 2022.

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Sunday 27 March


The Canadian legal dramedy is back, focusing on the adventures of the young lawyer Abigail Bianchi (Jewel Staite), forced to work in the office of her much hated father. This second season is a complete immersion in the distorted world of Abigail and her dysfunctional family.


The story of two lovers in a thriller produced by Michael Bay and set in a near future. In 2024, Covid-19 continued to mutate and wiped out half of the earth's population. In Los Angeles, survivors live in quarantine and only the immune can move freely. Among these is the courier Nico, engaged to Sara, confined to her grandmother. When the old woman dies, Sara knows that she will be deported by law. It will be up to Nico to save the girl and prevent her from being taken by the police led by the cruel director Harland.

Monday 28 March

FOR THE WHOLE LIFE Monday première

The stories couple of characters played by Ambra Angiolini, Fabio Volo, Carolina Crescentini, Luca Bizzarri, Claudia Gerini, Paolo Kessisoglu, Claudia Pandolfi and Filippo Nigro meet in a romantic dramedy. When the announcement is made that a group of couples have been married by a false priest and therefore their marriages are canceled by the Sacra Rota, everyone is given the opportunity to reassess the mutual promise and confirm it or not.


This unpublished documentary tells the intimate wounds of the actor, winner of three Oscars, examining the one that prevented him from taking the stage from more than 30 years. He is also known as one of the most selective international actors. He has announced his intention to retire from acting after filming Phantom Thread in 2017. Daniel Day-Lewis is a visceral and uncompromising actor: in just 20 films, he has never stopped pushing his boundaries. He had more than an excellent work ethic; he shed blood, sweat and tears in his trade. It was a way to escape from a family inheritance that had become too heavy to bear. This documentary traces the roots of a familiar mythology, in which the actor is the last hero, in spite of him.


Docu-series HBO in six parts that investigates the most complex and widespread conspiracy phenomenon of our days: QAnon. The director Cullen Hoback, in three years of work, goes beyond geographical boundaries to embark on a labyrinthine journey to discover a movement that, in recent years, has engulfed an impressive number of conspiracy theories, becoming the most widespread conspiracy phenomenon in the world . Summarizing the complexity of QAnon is undoubtedly a challenge and Hoback grasps it, recounting the evolution of the movement in real time, the influence of QAnon in American society and the dark side of the unlimited freedom of expression granted by the web. The series, episode after episode, connects the pieces of the puzzle to reveal who is hidden behind the mask of Q: as the anonymous leader frees his followers from the chains of a fictional world, Hoback frees viewers from doubts about the identity of this one. phantom character.


Discovering an ecosystem that is in dire straits. Mirjam Leuze's beautiful documentary invites us to discover an extraordinary marine system off the coast of British Columbia, where the home of the whales is threatened by a complex socio-economic conflict.

Tuesday 29 March


Wednesday, March 30


Two nominations for the 2022 Oscars, including that for Penélope Cruz, who also won the Volpi Cup at the 2021 Venice Film Festival, together with Milena Smith in the intense drama by Pedro Almodóvar. In a Madrid clinic, Janis and Ana become mothers on the same day. They are different from each other in age and social environment, but the birth of their daughters will create a strong bond between them in a Spain that is still dealing with the past.


This docu-film, directed by Oscar winner Lili Fini Zanuck, tells an intimate and profound story, starting from an unprecedented perspective, which manages to capture the vertiginous passages between the ups and downs of the icon's public and private life of the history of music Eric Clapton. A story made even more personal thanks to the use of Clapton's own voice-over, created by putting together historical and recent interviews and contributions offered by his closest collaborators, friends and family. Thanks to exclusive access to Eric Clapton's vast private archive - which includes his most famous performances, some backstage shots, famous and unpublished photos, letters and personal diaries - the docu-film allows us to understand how the life of an ambitious artist absolute talent has been marked by personal tragedies, sacrifice and drugs.

Thursday 31 March


A new mystery thriller for M. Night Shyamalan who directs Gael García Bernal in the transposition of a French graphic novel. Guy and Prisca are going through a difficult time, but they keep everything hidden from their children so as not to ruin their holiday in an exclusive and little-known resort. Arriving at the site, they accept the managers' proposal to visit a pristine ocean beach, but they will soon discover that the place hides an incredible secret.

Friday, April 1st

THE KING - EP . 5-6

The first Sky Original prison drama continues, starring Luca Zingaretti. The series, in eight episodes directed by Giuseppe Gagliardi (1992, 1993, 1994, Non Uccidere), sees the beloved Roman actor protagonist in the role of the controversial director of a border prison, absolute ruler of a structure - the San Michele - in which none of the laws of the state has value, because good and evil depend solely on its judgment. Until the investigations of a prosecutor (played by Anna Bonaiuto) do not hinder his work. Il Re is produced by Sky Studios with Lorenzo Mieli for The Apartment and with Wildside, both companies of the Fremantle group, in collaboration with Zocotoco.


Melissa McCarthy is at the center of an action comedy with James Corden and Bobby Cannavale. Carol Peters' mundane life gets a shake when her TV, phone, and microwave start talking to her in an insolent way. It so happens that the first artificial super intelligence chose her as an object of study, with the aim of taking possession of her life. But the plan is bigger and more dangerous, and Carol is the only person who can save humanity before this artificial intelligence decides to pull the plug!


From Friday 1st to Thursday 7th April Sky Cinema Collection offers over 40 films that best represent the theme of revenge. These include: the action with Sigourney Weaver and Michelle Rodriguez, directed by Walter Hill, NEMESI; another female revenge takes place in A VIGILANTE with Olivia Wilde; Park Chan-wook's masterpiece OLD BOY, Grand Jury Prize at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival; the action based on the novel by Vince Flynn AMERICAN ASSASSIN with Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton; the action-thriller starring Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace DEAD MAN DOWN directed by Niels Arden Oplev (Men who hate women); the action fiction with Natalie Portman V FOR VENDETTA, based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and David Lloyd; THE CROW - THE CROW, the cult of the 90s that handed over to the legend Brandon Lee, who died during the shooting; the Sky Original film on racial inequality AMERICAN SKIN, directed and starring Nate Parker; the Danish revenge movie RIDERS OF JUSTICE with Mads Mikkelsen; the demonic action DRIVE ANGRY with Nicolas Cage and Amber Heard; and Quentin Tarantino's two-part masterpiece KILL BILL - VOL. 1 and 2 in which Uma Thurman, in the role of the Bride, hunts down her executioners after being ambushed on her wedding day.


The dramatic journey of three informants determined to break the silence on one of the most controversial current issues: the secret drone warfare waged by the United States in many countries of the world. These veterans offer an unprecedented look into the secret program to reveal the cost of US global drone strikes.

Saturday April 2nd


An incredible adventure, based on the children's book of the same name written by Reggie Naus. The tranquility of a coastal town is shattered when the Blunderbuss family arrives, made up of sword-fighting pirates and living on a home-turned ship, where they have a guarding shark and a domestic octopus. 12-year-old Michael soon befriends his new neighbor, 13-year-old pirate Billy. With the help of their peers Elizabeth, the two will find themselves having to face the most dangerous pirate of the seven seas.


The protagonist of this tale is a Brillo Box. Bought by the family of director Lisanne Skyler in 1969, it sold for more than $ 3 million at Christie's record auction in New York forty years later. Blending a humorous family narrative with Pop Art history, the documentary follows this iconic Andy Warhol masterpiece as it makes its way from the living room of a New York family to the global contemporary art market.


Documentary that tells the life of the athlete, legend and member of the World Athletics Council Alberto Juantorena, from the historic double triumph on 400 and 800 meters at the 1976 Olympic Games, up to his life put completely at the service of the sport he has always loved. Juantorena shares the ups and downs of her sporting career and provides a new vision of her unique country, its revolution and its complex and difficult relationship with America. Filmed over five years, Juantorena's story unfolds against the backdrop of tumultuous political events.

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