What’s on Sky in the next fortnight

The summer may be cooling down but things are about to get hot on Sky! The stakes are high in the courtroom as a group of lawyers put their skills to the test as defense and prosecution in For the People. High pressure situations await police, fire fighters and paramedics as they work together to save the people of Los Angeles - and each other in 9-1-1. Manchester United and Leicester City go head to head in the Premier League and get ready for kickoff as Ballers returns for another season with Dwayne Johnson.

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For The People

For The People

Premieres Monday 6th August at 10pm

Sky Witness

Set in New York, this new courtroom drama follows six talented young lawyers working on opposite sides of the law and handling the most high-profile and high-stakes federal cases in the country. They will be put to the test both personally and professionally as their lives intersect in and out of America’s most prestigious trial court.

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9-1-1

9-1-1

Premieres Wednesday 15th August at 9pm

Sky Witness

9-1-1 is a fast-paced drama following the high pressure lives of first responders. Academy Award® nominee Angela Bassett stars as LAPD officer Athena Grant, who alongside firefighter Bobby Nash, and 911 operator Abby Clark, is thrust into heart-stopping situations that prove equal parts unpredictable, intense and uplifting.

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Live Premier League Football  

Live Premier League Football

Returns on Friday 10th August at 7pm

The new season will kick off at Old Trafford when Manchester United host Leicester City. With a revised transfer window now ending on 9 August, the squads starting the campaign will remain largely unaltered until January, throwing a fascinating new dynamic into the season’s early weeks.

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Ballers

Ballers

Series 4 premieres Thursday 16th August at 10.10pm

Dwayne Johnson stars in the fourth season of the hit series as retired football superstar Spencer Strasmore, who is navigating his ever more successful way through a new career as financial manager to the current stars of the NFL. It’s a high-risk job in a hedonistic, big money world, but someone’s got to do it.

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