The Premier League returns with a cross-London clash between Crystal Palace and Arsenal. Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham’s supercop characters are back to delete crime in Code 404. In Irma Vep, a movie star’s on and off-screen lives start to blur. Find out what’s next for Dr Goodwin in the latest series of New Amsterdam. One Shot: The Football Factory follows young players from South London that are destined for stardom and Micah Richards: Player Pranks begins.
Live Football: Premier League
Friday 5th August from 7pm
The Premier League is back and we’re getting right into it with an opening battle between north and south London as the Gunners take on the Eagles at Selhurst Park.
Thursdays at 9pm
They're back to delete crime... Sky Original Code 404 - the futuristic crime-fighting comedy returns for a third series. Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham are back as the AI-enhanced “supercop” DI John Major and his long-suffering partner DI Roy Carver, along with Anna Maxwell Martin, Rosie Cavaliero, Michelle Greenidge, Richard Gadd, Amanda Payton, Tracy-Ann Oberman and Michael Armstrong. This series also introduces to the cast Vinette Robinson as Professor McAllister and Daniel Lawrence Taylor as journalist Searle.
Tuesdays at 9pm
A reimagining of the ‘90s indie classic, set in present day France, Irma Vep, the series chronicles the filming of a chaotic TV production. We follow Mira, played by Alicia Vikander, an American movie star disillusioned by her career and recent breakups, who becomes so immersed in her role that the line between herself and her character begins to blur.
Wednesdays at 9pm
After a turbulent year of sacrifice and hardship, Medical Director Max Goodwin and the team at New Amsterdam begin a well-deserved new chapter in their lives. The opening episode, titled "More Joy," reflects both the drive of characters and the tone of Season four.
One Shot: The Football Factory
Sunday 7th August at 9pm
For some, football is not just a dream, it’s a way out. In South London, the dream feels within reach, with the area having produced up to 20% of premiere league players in recent years. We follow promising young football players from the area as they enter the most critical time in their fledgling sporting careers.
Micah Richard’s Player Pranks
Saturdays at 10pm
He's got the biggest smile in the game and the most infectious laugh. Now, everyone's favourite former right back Micah Richards is going from punditry to pranking, aided by his Sky Sports colleagues Adam 'Smithy' Smith and Chris Kamara, England Lionesses star Jill Scott and former footballers and Sky pundits Jamie Carragher and Jermaine Jenas.