Watch the new Sky Original Production In the Long Run from March
Stream Westworld S1 Boxset from now
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TV highlights this month include: In the Long Run and Billions S3.
Film highlights this month include: Baby Driver and Wonder Woman.
Plus, with the new European legislation coming at the end of this month – you’ll be able to watch all your favourite NOW TV content abroad too. So now there’s no need to wait until your back from your Easter holiday to catch up on some of the fantastic shows below…
Billions Season 3 – Available this March
Season three of the high stakes legal drama continues the game of cat and mouse between the brilliant prosecutor Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) and Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) the Wall Street billionaire. Season three’s introduction of John Malkovich as Grigor Andolov, a Russian billionaire, is sure to cause a stir. But will this put the already strained Bobby Axelrod under ever mounting pressure or will he turn the tide against Chuck who appears to have Bobby cornered? Tune in on 29th March to find out.
In the Long Run – Available March
Inspired loosely on the events of his own childhood growing up in inner London in the 1980’s, In the Long Run is a comedic turn for Idris Elba. He plays the lead character Walter, an affable family man who is understood to be modelled on the actor’s late father. Walter is your everyday man living in east London, happy to just get by until his brother, Valentine arrives in the UK from Sierra Leone with an energy and lust for life. He crashes into their lives bringing laughter, chaos and igniting a passion for music in Akuna, Walters son.
Divorce Season 2 – Available 27th February
Sharon Horgan’s (Catastrophe) black comedy Divorce returns for season two with Sarah Jessica Parker reprising her role as adulterer Frances Dufresne, opposite Thomas Haden Church as Frances’ hapless husband, Robert Dufresne. Will the tension ever let up or did Frances’ latest stunt involving her lawyer prove one step too far for Robert? Watch the latest series on NOW TV to see if reconciliation between the two is even possible.
Westworld – (Season 1) – Available 9th March
In a futuristic theme park staffed by artificial beings, guests can live out their wildest fantasies through artificial consciousness. However, when their hosts begin to revolt, the guests find themselves in a world of danger and uncertainty where anything can happen. Relive all the twists, turns and pulsating action From JJ Abrams and Jonathan Nolan’s darkly mesmerising sci-fi epic. Starring Anthony Hopkins and Ed Harris, Westworld remains a trip unlike any other.
Nashville – (Full Box Set) – Available now
Take a toe-tapping trip to America’s Deep South with this compelling country music drama starring Friday Night Lights’ Connie Britton and Heroes’ Hayden Panettiere. With three popular country music stars competing for popularity and fame, you’re never far away from the next big moment. Whether you’re #TeamRayna, #TeamJuliette or #TeamScarlett, you won’t be able to resist this…Catch up on the complete Box Set.
Bliss – Available now
Stephen Mangan is a man with two families, two lives and one heck of a predicament in this Sky Original Production, a comedy drama from Arrested Development’s David Cross. Mangan plays travel writer Andrew, whose job is the perfect alibi for flitting between wife Kim (Heather Graham) and teenage daughter Christina and, on the other side of Bristol, partner Denise (Jo Hartley) and their teenage son Kris. Neither knows the other family exists. However, his two worlds are about to become very hard to contain and holding onto his sanity isn’t going to be easy either.
Save Me – Available now
A Sky Original Production from the producers of the award-winning Line of Duty, Save Me is the story of a most unlikely hero, local chancer Nelson ‘Nelly’ Rowe (Lennie James), and his search for his missing teenage daughter Jody, who he hasn’t seen for a decade. As the news of the disappearance begins to affect Nelly’s life, his search takes him on a journey that will change the lives of everyone around him forever. This action packed, gripping drama features a stellar cast, including Suranne Jones (Doctor Foster) and Stephen Graham (This is England).
Films this Month
Baby Driver – Available 3rd March
Edgar Wright’s super-stylish crime caper stars Ansel Elgort (The Fault in Our Stars) as Baby, a music-loving orphan who also happens to be the prodigiously talented go-to getaway driver for heist mastermind Doc (Kevin Spacey). With the perfect soundtrack picked out for each and every job, Baby ensures Doc’s violent, bank-robbing cronies – including Buddy (Jon Hamm), Bats (Jamie Foxx) and Darling (Eiza González) get in and out of Dodge before it’s too late. He’s not in it for the long haul though, hoping to nail one last job before riding off into the sunset with beautiful diner waitress Debora (Lily James). Easier said than done…
Wonder Woman – Available 8th March
When an American pilot (Chris Pine) crash-lands on her island paradise of Themyscira, supernaturally-gifted Amazonian princess Diana (Gal Gadot) learns that a massive conflict – World War One – is raging in the outside world. She immediately opts to join him and travels to London to contribute her skills to the fight.
Despicable Me 3 – Available 24th March
Reformed baddie Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) is back and up to as much good as possible in his third madcap, minion-assisted misadventure. Now a key agent for the Anti-Villain League, Gru is out to stop a ludicrous new enemy: 80s throwback Balthazar Bratt (South Park’s Trey Parker), a former child star with terrible style and a grudge against Hollywood. But Gru’s mission takes a crazy detour when he learns he has a twin brother, Dru (also voiced by Carell), back home in Freedonia. Accompanied by his new wife Lucy (Kristen Wiig), three adorable daughters, and enough minions to rock a jailhouse, it could be the reunion to end them all.