Coming soon on Sky Atlantic

What are the best new and returning shows coming soon to Sky Atlantic?

Sky Atlantic, the broadcaster’s flagship channel, is the only place to watch some of the most acclaimed new TV series from both the UK and US. Here’s the best of what's coming up.

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The Nevers season 1

Joss Whedon’s first original series in more than a decade is this exciting looking sci-fi drama set in an alternate version of Victorian London. It follows a group of superpowered women, known as The Touched, who band together to fight back against both a sinister enemy who wants to destroy them. 

The Nevers boasts a large ensemble cast and its first trailer suggests that the show is packed with the elements that made Whedon’s other hits so great. There’s an intriguing world to explore, plenty of interesting female characters and a fun, quirky tone.  

Britannia season 3

Sky’s historical fantasy drama will return for a third season later this year continuing its brilliantly trippy, wild take on the Roman’s attempt to conquer Great Britain spearheaded by general Aulus Plautius (The Walking Dead’s David Morrissey).

Cait (Eleanor Worthington Cox) will continue to attempt to master her power as The Chosen One while druid leader Veran (Mackenzie Crook) journeys to the underworld. Ratched’s Sophie Okonedo is also set to join the cast as Aulus’s fearsome wife Hemple who demands to know why he hasn’t yet succeeded. 

Hausen season 1

This incredibly creepy looking, stylish horror series from Sky Germany gives a refreshing update on the classic haunted house story. The action has been transported to a grimy, rundown apartment block which feeds off the suffering of its many tortured inhabitants. 

After the tragic death of his mother, 16-year-old Juri (Tristan Göbel) and his father Jaschek (Charly Hübner) move to the building seeking a new start. When the latter begins to fall under its terrifying spell, Juri bands together with the other residents to banish the evil for good.

Gomorrah season 5 

The violent, fantastically gripping Italian mob drama Gomorrah has been labelled by many critics as one of the best foreign language series of recent years. Following on from the revelations in the excellent bridge film The Immortal, its headed to its conclusion with a fifth and final outing. 

The explosive events of last season left Genny (Salvatore Esposito) alone in a bunker hiding from both the Italian police and his many enemies. With a gang war in Naples inevitable, he discovers his only ally is the mysterious crime boss known as O' Maestrale. 

The Landscapers

The always excellent Olivia Colman is set to star in this darkly comic true crime drama which will explore the case of killer couple Susan and Christopher Edwards. The seemingly mild mannered pair murdered her elderly parents back in 1998 and buried them in the garden. 

It’s not yet been confirmed who will play the role of Christopher but Will Sharpe, who helmed comedy-drama Flowers, will direct all four episodes. He replaced two time Academy Award winner Alexander Payne who dropped out of the project due to scheduling conflicts. 

How do I add Sky Atlantic to my Sky TV package?

Sky Atlantic is automatically included with every Sky TV package no matter which one you opt for. You’ll find it on channel 108 of your EPG. 

How can I watch Sky Atlantic without Sky TV?

Those who don’t have Sky TV can access Sky Atlantic by signing up for an NOW TV Entertainment Pass. Costing just £9.99 a month, you’ll have access to 300 brilliant box sets on demand to stream whenever you like. 

Its monthly rolling contract means you can cancel penalty-free whenever and the NOW TV app allows you to watch your favourite shows anywhere with a good wifi connection.

Can I watch Sky Atlantic in HD?

To enjoy Sky Atlantic in glossy high definition you’ll need to purchase Sky’s HD add on for an extra £6 a month.

How much is Sky TV?

Package/add on

Price per month

Sky Ultimate TV (Sky and Netflix together) £25
Sky Cinema £19
Sky Sports (all 11 channels) £30
HD £6
UHD £4
Kids £5

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