SKY REVEAL MARCH PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS
Sky have revealed the new and returning programming across its portfolio of channels this March.
MARY & GEORGE
Inspired by the outrageous true story of Mary and Geroge Villiers, Academy Award®-winner Julianne Moore (Still Alice, far From Heaven), Nicholas Galitzine (Cinderella, Purple Hearts) and Tony Curran (Mayflies, Your Honor) star in an audacious historical psychodrama about the treacherous mother and son who schemed, seduced and killed to conquer the Court of England and the bed of its King.
FBI (SEASON 6)
Fans of the hit US crime procedural series FBI and its spinoff series will be thrilled to hear that all three series are returning this March with all new episodes. The action kicks off with the sixth season premiere of FBI, as a bus explosion kills several innocent people, leading the team to jump into action to take down the responsible terrorist organisation.
FBI: MOST WANTED (SEASON 5)
Special Agents Scott, Barnes, Gibson and Gaines are back in the fifth season of FBI: Most Wanted, joined by new addition Special Agent Nina Chase – marking her debut as a series regular following her recurring role in FBI.
SWAT (SEASON 7)
The end is near for Hondo and his team, as the final thirteen-episode season of SWAT begins this March. As the end approaches, the team heads to Mexico to escort a fugitive back to the States when things go awry and Hondo has to save an old witness tied to the case.
ROYAL KILL LIST
Royal Kill List is a landmark Sky Original series which tells an epic story of bloody revenge during a pivotal period of English history. This is a story about espionage, revenge, power, loyalty, and the moment that changed the landscape of British politics and society forever.
ON RECORDS: THE SPECIALS
Celebrating what would have been Terry Hall’s 65th birthday, Sky Arts presents a very… well… special tribute to one of the most influential bands of the 20th century - the Specials. The Specials emerged in the late 1970s during a time of great social, political, and economic upheaval in England.
After 63 years, Barbie is still the most famous doll in the world. The billion-dollar blonde who stokes perennial debate about childhood, femininity and sex. She has captured the innocence and aspiration of hundreds of million of children from the postwar generation to the post-gender. With 150,000 sold every day she is still firmly part of family life and childhoods across the globe. And yet the dark crooked story at the heart of her origin has yet to be fully told.
MICKY FLANAGAN: IF WE EVER NEEDED IT
The show covers Micky turning 60 - who’d have thought it? - as well as having sex with your glasses on, his school alumni and his ballbag. It’s fair to say it’s for over-16s.