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Sky reveals what its got coming up this October across its portfolio of channels, including Sky Max and Sky Atlantic.

COBRA: Rebellion (New)

Sky Max

When an unforeseen environment disaster causes an enormous destruction and loss of life, the consequences are far reaching for the Prime Minister.

A League Of Their Own (Series 18)

Sky Max

Romesh Ranganathan, Jamie Redknapp and Micah Richards return with new team captain Jill Scott joining the team.

Breeders (Series 4)

Sky Comedy

Comedy starring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard returns for its fourth and final series. It's five years since we last saw the Worsley family, caught up in the dramatic events at the end of season three - Paul and Ally on the verge of splitting up.

The Gilded Age (Series 2)

Sky Atlantic

The Gilded Age was a period of immense economic change, of huge fortunes made and lost, and of fierce rivalry between old money and new. Nowhere is that rivalry more apparent than on East 61st Street, where Marian Brook and her thoroughly old money aunts, Agnes van Rhijn and Ada Brook, live opposite the rich George and Bertha Russell.

Das Boot (Series 4)

Sky Atlantic

The internationally renowned drama returns with a fourth season, where focus shifts taking the audience to the Mediterranean where Germany's U-Boats face impossible odds abroad.

Portrait Artist Of The Year (New Series)

Sky Arts

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Portrait Artist Of The Year's first search for Britain's most talented artists.

House Of Kardashian (New Series)

Sky Documentaries

Focusing on the three main members of the Kardashian-Jenner family, this three-part series confounds expectations and what we think we know about the Kardashians, to explore their rise, reach and the cost that comes with being some of the most famous women on the planet.

The Murder Of Grace Millane (New)

Sky Crime

In 2018, the disappearance of 21-yyear-old British backpacker Grace Millane sparked international attention after friends reported her missing from Auckland, New Zealand. This programme is a victim centred tale that pains a gripping portrait of an intelligence service in a race against time, a police system at the mercy of unreliable or misleading informants and the triumph of truth and justice over the sinister lies of a killer.

Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate The British Empire (New Series)

Sky History

Al will pair up with a local comedian to explore the history of British colonial rule and its legacy.


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