Headlined by the tag team of Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux, White House Plumbers makes a glorious farce from the ruins of Richard Nixon's Watergate scandal.
Succession season 4 has proven to be a perfect talking point for weeks since it premiered, but Jesse Armstrong made the right call to end things while he could.
Here's a rundown of the best new movies and TV shows coming to Sky Cinema and NOW in April 2023, from A Good Person to Dreamland
'Succession' star Brian Cox thinks his television character Logan Roy would find him tiresome and boring, and reveals how playing the media tycoon has made his language worse.
House of the Dragon is a poised and polished prequel, mixing political intrigue with a world building agenda, that puts the Targaryen dynasty front and centre.
If the prequel series is anything like Game of Thrones, it’s going to be a full-time job to keep tabs on all the characters and their intertwining plots
New Sky Atlantic horror-comedy The Baby offers a fresh take on that well-worn trope of the malevolent infant.
For audiences who miss The Wire passionately, get out the bunting and prepare for a homecoming parade.
The Time Traveler's Wife is a tale for those who believe love lasts a lifetime.
The Staircase is a contemporary thriller that asks what some people are prepared to do for love.
Sir Ridley Scott's acclaimed sci-fi show returns for an epic in scale second season.
The ten-episode series will arrive in the UK at the same time as North America.
Plane crash thriller series Yellowjackets has got the whole country talking with its mix of 90s nostalgia, mystery, laughs and escapism.
“He’s always there when I’m feeling like I did a bad job or something, so we’re there to pick each other up.”
Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac reveal how new HBO drama series 'Scenes from a Marriage' was helped by their close friendship.
As Kate Winslet's Mare of Easttown heads for an eagerly awaited finale, we look at the burning questions fans are asking.
Oscar winner Kate Winslet reveals all about returning to TV as a hard working single mum detective for HBO murder mystery Mare of Easttown
The Great War is here! Jon’s doom laden voice confirms all fears as Cersei acknowledges she’s surrounded and Daenerys hits Dragonstone with fighting talk. “We’re the last Lannisters left” intones Cersei to Jaime, and in a slight at Tyrion: “The last ones who count”. With Jon to the north, Euron to the west, Dany to the east and what’s left of the Tyrells and Martells in the south, Cersei’s giant map must be looking smaller to her every day.
Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) has landed and is taking the throne at the Targaryen’s ancient seat, Dragonstone, while Jon (Kit Harington) heads for the equivalent in Winterfell. Current incumbent of the Iron Throne, Cersei (Lena Headey) takes her place but that’s no sigh of relief slipping through her lips. The air she breathes signifies tells us she’s soon to find out the one thing that Jon Snow has known all along: Winter, by way of the White Walkers, is definitely here.
If you saw an army of robots in London recently, you may have thought that science fiction has become fact with artificial beings walking among us. Not just yet - the ‘humanoids’ were created by leading body artist Emma Fay ahead of the launch of new sci-fi thriller Westworld, which premieres on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV at 9pm on Tuesday night (October 4). MORE: How did Lord Alan Sugar make his money?
It’s a sad day for Bake Off fans who are still reeling from the news that the show is being moved to Channel 4. From now on it will be sponge cakes with adverts in between as the ad-free BBC loses its flagship show. But this isn’t the first time the Beeb has seen something popular swiped from under them - here’s a few others that they saw march off to pastures new…