What’s on Sky in the next fortnight

Get ready for a fantastic fortnight across Sky. Brand new drama with Stephen Mangan and Heather Graham in Bliss. Celebrity sitters join the line up in Portrait Artist of the Year, a big weekend of football kicks off with Man City v Leicester and the boys are back in Hawaii Five – 0.

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Bliss
Bliss

Bliss

Wednesday 14th February, 9pm

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Get ready to enjoy this brand-new drama premiering on Valentine’s Day. Andrew's got two families, two lives and one huge predicament in this comedy drama by Arrested Development's David Cross. Starring Stephen Mangan, Heather Graham and Jo Hartley.

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Sky Arts February Highlights
Sky Arts

February Highlights

Wednesday 31st January, 9pm

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Frank Skinner and Joan Bakewell return to host a new series of Sky Arts' inspiring fine art competition that aims to uncover the country's next great portrait artist in Portrait Artist of the Year. With Celebrity sitters at the ready, who will win this year’s prize?

Available on demand, you can watch a fantastic collection of curated arts programmes from documentaries to classical and from drama to comedy

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Big Weekend of Football
Premier League Football

Big Weekend of Football

Saturday 10th - Monday 12th February

The weekend kicks off with Manchester City vs Leicester City at 5.15pm and Super Sunday continues with Newcastle v Manchester United at 1.30pm followed by Southampton v Liverpool at 4.15pm. Monday night football sees Chelsea v West Brom at 7pm

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Hawaii-Five-0
Hawaii Five-0

Hawaii Five-0

Monday 12th February, 9pm

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Hawaii Five-0 comes to Pick this month. Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams are back and more united than ever in television’s most iconic cop shows with danger around every corner.

 









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