Sky – This week’s ideas for your watchlist
This Week on Sky
Explore the glamorous but shadowy international art world. Celebrate Black History Month. And roll up your sleeves for a winner‑takes‑all battle of creative expression. It’s all coming your way this week.
The hit Sky original returns. One year on from series two’s explosive finale, Georgina has left behind the devastation of the Riviera to start anew, partnering up with the charismatic Gabriel Hirsch to scour the world for stolen art.
All episodes Thursday.
Celebrate prominent figures that have spurred movements in this powerful and inspiring season of movies and documentaries. Includes Harriet, John Lewis: Good Trouble, Just Mercy, What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali and Rise Up: The Movement that changed America.
Jeff Daniels and Brendan Gleeson star as former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald J. Trump. This two-part series tells the story of two powerful men, whose strikingly different personalities, ethics and loyalties put them on a collision course.
All episodes available now.
A new group of contestants prep their brushes for their shot at winning a £10,000 commission to paint a famous face. Sky Arts begins its search for this year’s master portrait artist.
Episode 1 Wednesday.
A family in Red Pines, Maine is shaken to the core when a politician’s presumed dead son suddenly returns after a decade. But astonishment and joy soon turns to suspicion. Is this really the missing Adam Warren?
Episode 1 available now.
Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a soldier killed in action but brought back to life as the super‑human Bloodshot. But the reboot failed to erase memories of his death, and our reluctant superhero wants vengeance.
The Sky original that dramatises the most peculiar stories involving famous faces returns for a new series. Look forward to the outlandish tales of Hendrix, Handel, Orsen Welles and more.