Today, Sky has revealed an extensive slate of attention-grabbing shows for viewers to sit back and enjoy this Autumn, spanning entertainment, comedy, drama and more.
As we wave goodbye to the sizzling summer days and the darker evenings start to draw in, TV fanatics can cosy up on the sofa and expect to see top dramas like This England, featuring Oscar® winner Kenneth Branagh in a transformative role as Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and the second season of the instant hit gangland drama Gangs of London on Sky Atlantic, and that’s not all.
Sky will also be celebrating the 2022 World Cup with an amazing season of sporting fun with Got, Got, Need, Rob & Romesh vs The World Cup and the return of the classic Fantasy Football, and comedy-lovers are in for a treat with new original, Rosie Molloy Gives Up Everything, starring the award-winning Sheridan Smith.
For the full line-up of shows and more information on what’s in store this Autumn, click here
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