The new series and films on Sky in January

Sky is one of the largest streaming providers in Germany. With the subscription or the monthly cancelable Sky Ticket, users can stream loads of films and the latest series. TECHNOLOGY BUTTON reveals which Sky innovations await us in January.

The large Sky subscription and the Sky ticket can be used both as an annual subscription and as a monthly package. The provider bundles the series via Sky Entertainment, while film fans can find suitable content at Sky Cinema. After the changeover in July 2020, the latter is no longer available as a single package. If you want to watch films on Sky, you have to book the “Sky Entertainment and Cinema” package. The pay TV and streaming provider is regularly expanding the packages.

In January 2021, Sky will again have some highlights in the program. TECHNOLOGY BUTTON gives an overview of the new program.

Sky Entertainment: New series in January

From 05.01.

  • A Million Little Things, Season 2

From 07.01.

  • Channel Zero, Season 4
  • Wyonna Earp, season 4

From 11.01.

  • Burden of Thruth, Season 3

From January 18th

  • Your Honor

In the ten-part thriller series, Cranston plays the respected New Orleans judge Michael Desiato, whose teenage son Adam (Hunter Doohan) was involved in an accident and hit a hit. This incident forces Desiato to play a game of high stakes, lies, cheating and impossible choices.

From 19.01.

  • Moonbase 8, Season 1

The six-part workplace satire is about three third-rate astronauts who live in a NASA lunar simulation station and have high hopes of being selected for a trip to the moon.

From January 26th

  • A Discovery of Witches, Season 2

Sky Cinema: New films in January

From 01.01.

  • The kangaroo chronicles

From 02.01.

  • 64 minutes – race against time

From January 6th

  • Emma

From 08.01.

  • The invisible

From January 9th

  • Bailey – A dog returns

From 13.01.

  • The Beast

From January 15th

  • The wedding

From January 16

  • Semper Fi

Cal is a compliant police officer who makes ends meet as a Marine reservist with rowdy childhood friends. When Cal’s younger, reckless half-brother Oyster (Nat Wolff) accidentally kills a man in a bar fight and tries to escape, Cal is at odds between the family and his job.

From January 20th

  • Ordinary love

From January 22nd

  • The rhythm section

The highlights on Sky in December

From December 4th

  • The fantastic journey of Dr. Dolittle (2020)

The doctor Dr. John Dolittle (Robert Downey Jr.) goes in search of a cure for the Queen (Jessie Buckley) himself in the latest in the series. In doing so, he benefits from his ability to talk to animals.

From 21.12.

  • His Dark Materials, Season 2

Shortly before Christmas, the second season of “His Dark Materials” starts on Sky in Germany for the first time. Based on the successful book “The Golden Compass” and the subsequent novels, it now continues with the young Lyra (Dafne Keen), her companion Pan, Marisa Coulter (Ruth Wilson) and Lord Asriel (James McAvoy). Once the gate to another world has been thrown open, there is now no turning back. Not even for young Will, whose story seems closely linked to Lyra’s.

From 23.12.

  • Little Women (2019)

The historical drama by the director Greta Gerwig is based on the novel “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. The four sisters Jo (Saoirse Ronan), Meg (Emma Watson), Amy (Florence Pugh) and Beth (Eliza Scanlen) grow up in a small town in the middle of the 19th century. In a society characterized by rigid gender roles, young women pursue completely different dreams and goals. While Meg just wants to start a happy family, Beth is a passionate piano player and Amy is taken under her wing by rich Aunt March (Meryl Streep), Jo dreams of becoming a writer.

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