What’s on Sky in the next fortnight

Romesh Ranganathan stars in a brand-new semi-autobiographical show, The Reluctant landlord. Landscape Artist of the Year kicks off with new host Stephen Mangan, meet conscientious office worker Sally and friends in Sally4Ever and a sticky situation on an oil rig is about to take the rock-solid SEAL team far away from home.

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The Reluctant Landlord

The Reluctant Landlord

Premieres Tuesday 30th October at 10pm

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It’s not all beer and skittles for Romesh Ranganathan when his mum makes him take over his late dad’s pub. Life as a landlord isn’t for him and no amount of emotional blackmail from his wife (Sian Gibson) and kids will keep his feet behind the bar. He’s desperate to offload it and this semi-autobiographical Sky original production follows his misadventures as he tries to do just that. Comic Nick Helm also stars.

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Landscape Artist of the Year

Landscape Artist of the Year

Tuesday 16th October at 8pm

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Pitch your easels and prime your canvases for 2018’s hunt for the Landscape Artist of the Year. For the first time, Stephen Mangan hosts alongside Dame Joan Bakewell as 48 contestants try to paint their way to a life-changing commission. Kathleen Soriano, Tai Shan Schierenberg and Kate Bryan put their judging hats back on as the contest travels from the Scottish Highlands to the Kent coast – covering more miles than ever before.

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Sally4Ever

Sally4Ever

Premieres Thursday 25th October at 10pm

The seven-part show follows Sally (Catherine Shepherd), a conscientious office worker who’s tiptoed through life avoiding risk and adventure. But that all changes when she meets Emma (Julia Davis), a seductive, charismatic, bohemian actress, singer, musician, poet and author.

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SEAL Team

SEAL Team

Premieres Tuesday 23rd October at 9pm

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They might have survived Jalalabad but the secret missions don’t stop for Jason (David Boreanaz) and his rock-solid SEAL team, and neither does the family drama. They’re back on home soil as season two begins but not for long, a sticky situation on an oil rig is about to take them a long way away from their loved ones.

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