Sky Cinema to launch 3 Christmas channels

By Nathaniel Dalby - Wed 8th Nov 2017 News

Sky Cinema offers a huge amount of festive film coverage. 

Sky Cinema is set to launch 3 special Christmas channels over the festive period. 

The 3 dedicated channels, Sky Cinema Christmas, Classics and Musicals will offer something for all Sky Cinema subscribers throughout December. 

Sky Cinema Christmas will be available from November 8th to December 31st and is set to feature over 1200 hours of Christmas films, from favourites such as The Grinch, Polar Express, Home Alone and Love Actually to classics such as It’s a Wonderful Life

Sky Cinema Classics will join the Christmas lineup between the 18th and 26th of December and will bring viewers some of the most critically acclaimed films to tuck into over the season, with iconic movies such as The Godfather, The Italian Job, The Great Escape all available to view.

Rounding off the festive season from the 27th of December until the 7th of January is Sky Cinema Musicals, which will showcase musicals both old and new such as Grease, Frozen and The Phantom of the Opera

As well as the new channels, Sky Cinema will also add a number of this year’s biggest blockbusters to its existing channels during December.

Sky Cinema viewers will be able to catch Beauty and the Beast, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, Kong: Skull Island and John Wick Chapter 2 during the Christmas period alongside Sky Cinema’s library of over 1000 films. 

Sky Cinema Group Director, Ian Lewis, said that Sky Cinema offered the best choice for festive entertainment. 

Millions share in the tradition of watching movies at Christmas and this year Sky Cinema has one of its strongest ever line-ups for the festive season. With a new premiere every day, including the best family and action blockbusters of 2017, and three dedicated channels Sky Cinema Christmas, Sky Cinema Classics and Sky Cinema Musicals, there is something for everyone to enjoy.”

NOW TV Sky Cinema Pass owners will also be able to enjoy the full library of movies both live and on-demand.