The Best TV Programmes You Can Watch on Sky

Sky has a huge array of brilliant channels showing the widest variety of TV entertainment out there. Whether you’re a sports fanatic, a movie watcher or a fan of reality TV, there’s bound to be something for you. We are going to dissect some of Sky’s best TV, because, you never know, you might be missing out on an absolute gem of a programme that soon becomes your favourite.

Game of Thrones, Sky Atlantic

Where else could we start, but with this absolute TV blockbuster? If you’ve managed to somehow avoid the spoilers splattered all over the internet, then there is still time to start from the beginning. Game of Thrones recently made TV history with the longest battle scene ever recorded on the small screen. If you like things medieval, with a few dragons chucked in and the living fighting the dead, then you’re in for a treat.

This truly is a once-in-a-lifetime programme, and if you’re not already on board, then we would seriously recommend joining the emotional roller coaster that is Game of Thrones. Just don’t grow any emotional attachments to any of the characters…

John Snow

Chernobyl, Sky Atlantic

As you may have guessed, Sky Atlantic is home to some of the best TV programmes. Chernobyl is set to be another added to the growing list. The 5-part mini series begins on the 7th May 2019 and covers a real-life story of a man-made tragedy, and follows the brave people who made huge sacrifices to save Europe from what could have been a monumental disaster.

If you’re a fan of history, then this could be a brilliant programme for you. The series is a co-production between the UK’s Sky and American cable network HBO, and will be one of the best TV series of the year.

Football League Playoff Finals, Sky Sports

May sees the return of the Football League Playoff’s, with teams from the Championship, League 1 and League 2 fighting for promotion out their respective divisions. The playoffs have produced some of the best football games over the last few years, and this year is set to be no different. With the likes of Leeds United and Aston Villa fighting to regain their Premier League status, and Sunderland attempting to start climbing back up the leagues after a disastrous 2 seasons dropping 2 division from the Premier League to League 1.

If you’re a fan of football you will not want to miss this brilliant matches, across all 3 division. The finals are set to take place at Wembley Stadium over the weekend of the 25th – 27th May 2019.

Leeds United

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Geordie Shore, MTV

The Geordie’s return to our screens, this time with 3 new members of the family. If reality TV is your thing, then you’ll love watching these “radgies” going out and living the high life. Whether it’s drinking copious amounts of alcohol or arguing over a chicken nugget, the Geordie’s provide unrivalled entertainment.

Geordie Shore is back on our screens currently if you’ve missed any of the action you can watch it all on catchup and even catch some of the old episodes whilst you’re at it.

Geordie Shore cast


The Walking Dead, Fox

Another from Sky’s impressive repertoire of dramas is zombie thriller The Walking Dead. Set in a post-apocalyptic world where zombies have taken over and the humans are fighting back. It isn’t always humans vs zombies though, sometimes different communities clash and this creates the storyline which has kept Walking Dead going for 9 seasons.

Season 9 of the hit thriller has just come to an end but you can catch it now on Sky catchup TV!

Walking Dead


Westworld, Sky Atlantic

Westworld is a big budget drama from HBO and airs on Sky Atlantic. Currently, in filming for its third season, you can catch seasons 1 and 2 on catchup now. Westworld is set in the future, and tells the story of a world where the rich can pay to be transported into a robotic, high-tech western world theme park populated by robotic hosts.

Westworld is a sci-fi drama that enthrals and entertains the viewers and takes them on an adventure of their own. Drama, shock and suspense are never far, as the programme unravels many twists and turns along the way.


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