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Sky opens box set vault to all subscribers for ReWatch binge bonanza

Sky is opening its box set vault to all Sky customers this weekend, as part of a ReWatch binge watching bonanza. 

The broadcaster says its ReWatch campaign ‘is designed to help ease boredom and offer some escapism while the country is still in lockdown.’ Sky viewers can fill their boots with some of the most iconic shows of the past decade,  without making a single change to their subscription.

Some of Sky’s most famous shows will be available to feast on, including Game of Thrones, Chernobyl, Parks & Recreation and Intelligence

Sky viewers can fill their boots with some of the most iconic shows of the past decade,  without making a single change to their subscription…

Stephen Graham and Daniel Mays star in Code 404

Available on Sky Q, Sky+ and Sky Go, all Sky customers with a basic TV subscription will be able to access the content on demand. In total,over 100 box sets and 2000 hours of content are being made available.

Starting with every Game of Thrones episode ever on May 8, binge-worthy box sets will become available throughout May and June, as well as exclusive and on-demand content from Sky History, Sky Nature and Sky Documentaries, once these new channels launch later this month.

ReWatch box sets include the Sky Comedy collection (including 30 Rock, Entourage, Girls, and Sex and the City); the Sky Originals collection (Chernobyl, Delicious, Riviera, Britannia and A Discovery of Witches) and Sky Original Comedy (Brassic 2, Code 404, and Avenue 5).

A US box sets collection will be available from May 18, and will include Big Little Lies, Sopranos, The Wire, Boardwalk Empire, The Affair and Billions.

To learn why we dubbed Sky’s flagship TV box, Sky Q, ‘the king of the premium pay TV jungle’, read our review here.

About Steve May

Creator of Home Cinema Choice magazine, Steve muses and reviews for Trusted Reviews, T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice, Ideal Home, The Luxe Review, Channel News and the i newspaper. He’s also the editor of professional home cinema website Inside CI, and contributor to industry trade magazine ERT. He's on Twitter and Instagram as @SteveMay_UK

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