Sky adds 4k HDR TV shows, previews autumn slate of Sky Originals

Sky is expanding the number of shows it has available in 4k HDR. Originally launched on the back of its Sky Nature channel, the broadcaster has now made the second season of psychedelic sword and scandal series Britannia, political drama Cobra, and cop action show Bullletproof 2 (from Aug 13) available for download in High Dynamic Range format.

These will be followed by Lennie James’ acclaimed Save Me Too, later in the month and Sky originals A Discovery of Witches and Brassic 2 in September.

Home cinema and sports fans are being kept waiting for news of movies in 4k HDR. There’s nothing fresh on that front, although the satcaster has confirmed that it will  “have Sky Cinema movies in HDR in time for Christmas, with HDR live sport available in 2021.”

Home cinema and sports fans are being kept waiting for news of movies in 4k HDR. There’s nothing fresh on that front…

Billie Piper stars in I hate Suzie

Waiting for your next obsession? Sky has more new original productions in the pipeline for the autumn,  including I Hate Suzie, Two weeks to live, Brave New World Riviera S3, and Tin Star: Liverpool.

In I hate Suzie, Billie Piper stars as Suzie Pickles, who has her life upended when she is hacked and pictures of her emerge in an extremely compromising position. The series depicts her life unravelling as events ricochet…

Raucous comedy in Two Weeks to Live

Two weeks to Live is a comedy starring Maisie Williams as a young misfit raised in remote isolation by her survivalist mother Tina (Sian Clifford). Now all grown up, Kim sets out into the real world for the first time on a secret mission, but after encountering hapless brothers Nicky and Jay at their local pub, a seemingly harmless prank sets in motion a series of events that sees them all on the run from murderous gangsters…

You don’t want to mess with Tim Roth in Tin Star

Tin Star: Liverpool is the third and final outing for Tim Roth’s violent lawmaker, Jack Worth, as he returns to Liverpool to confront his past. The promise is of a chaotic conclusion to this inventive thriller series…

In Brave New World they still wear old school headphones

Brave New World offers a modern take on Aldous Huxley’s world-renowned and prescient 1932 novel, in which the denizens of New London confront the chaos of the Savage Lands beyond.  The show stars Alden Ehrenreich, Harry Lloyd and Jessica Brown Findlay, with Demi Moore in a recurring role.

About Steve May

Creator of Home Cinema Choice magazine, and editor of The Luxe Review, Steve muses and reviews for Trusted Reviews, T3, Yahoo UK, Home Cinema Choice, Games Radar, Ideal Home, Louder Sounds, Channel News and Boat International. He’s also the editor of professional home cinema website Inside CI. He's on Twitter and Instagram as @SteveMay_UK

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