Sky Cinema and NOW are another busy month headlined by the arrival of Maverick in 2022 box office phenomenon Top Gun: Streaming. Tom Cruise reprises the titular role of Ace his pilot. Ace pilots are now tasked with teaching talented novices how to handle the air.
In Sky Cinema’s original film The Independent, John Cena plays an independent candidate running for President of the United States and Jodie Turner-Smith plays a journalist uncovering complex election conspiracies.
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Meanwhile, on the Terry front, there’s a new Road Trip series from the team behind A League of Their Own, with Gemma Arterton starring in Funny Woman and starring in 1960s London in the burgeoning comedy series. acting talent.
Here’s what’s planned for Sky and NOW this month…
New Movies on Sky Cinema and NOW February 2023
Madness: Get Up! (February 10)
Combining live music performances with comedy skits, the Madness Boys is a one-of-a-kind experience. All of the group’s classic hits are performed, including Buggy Trousers, House of Fun and Night Boat to Cairo. Comedy writer Charlie Higson worked with the group to keep things together.
Rock Dog 3: Battle the Beat (February 11)
The musically talented Tibetan Mastiff dog Bodie’s continuing adventures are the focus of this threequel featuring a vocal performance by Eddie Izzard. This time, Bodie (Graham Hamilton) tackles the revival of legendary music icon Angus Scattergood (Izzard).
Independent (February 24)
Jodie Turner-Smith plays a political journalist in this no-nonsense thriller. Directed by Amy Rice and written by Evan Parter, Black featured on his list of the best unproduced screenplays a few years ago. John Cena is an independent political candidate running for President of the United States, only for Turner-Smith’s character to uncover a conspiracy that could turn the tide of an entire race.
New TVs from Sky and NOW in February 2023
Blood & Treasure S2 (February 1)
In this action-adventure set in a world of rare antiques, FBI agent-turned-lawyer Danny McNamara is once again teamed up with art thief Lexi Vaziri. This time, terrorists have attacked the Vatican and the two are searching for valuable relics related to Genghis Khan.
Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis: Live at the Lincoln Center, New York (Feb. 4)
This documentary special combines famous performances by music stars Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis with interview segments featuring the duo. Filmed over his two nights at Lincoln Center, this performance is a mix of country music and jazz blues.
The Rookie S5/The Rookie: Feds S1 (February 2nd/February 8th)
Nathan Fillion returns for the fifth season of police drama The Rookie. The drama portrays a man in his 40s who became one of the LAPD’s oldest recruits when he enlisted. Meanwhile, in the new spin-off The Rookie: Feds, Fillion’s character teams up with his FBI academy’s oldest recruit (Niecy Nashbetts).
Funny Woman (9th February)
Starring Gemma Arterton, this sitcom follows the rise of women in 1960s television comedy. Adapted from her 2014 novel Funny Girl by Nick Hornby, the series sees Barbara Parker win Miss Blackpool and move to London in search of her stardom. There, she found a sitcom starring role to make a name for herself.
Andrea Bocelli: The Journey (13 February)
Featuring a host of musical guests, this documentary series follows renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli as he travels across Italy to explore its culture and history.
League of Own Road Trip S7 (Feb 17)
Jamie Redknapp and Micah Richards join hand-picked comedic companions for a wild journey across Southeast Asia in the latest spin-off travel doc from the sports-based panel game.
Django (Feb 17)
Set in the 19th century West, this new drama series is loosely inspired by Sergio Corbucci’s film Django. Matthias Schoenaerts plays her lead role as a man searching for her daughter, who believed her entire family had been killed eight years before she found her in the supposedly utopian society of New Her Babylon. I was. Also starring Noomi Rapace.
Equalizer S3 (TBC Feb)
Queen Latifah once again plays skilled operative Robin McCall. Robin McCall struggles in this third season with the increasingly blurred lines of life as a vigilante for those unable to fight himself and his family.
Fred West: The Glasgow Girls (TBC Feb)
This documentary series puts a spotlight on a specific part of the life of serial killer Fred West, focusing on his first victims while living in Glasgow. The series, put together by a female team of creatives, offers a new perspective and focuses on questions about why his reign of terror was previously unstoppable.
Guy Garvey: From the Vaults S4 (TBC Feb)
Guy Garvey once again delves into the vaults of Sky Arts’ musical history, unearthing never-before-seen performances and interview clips from some of the biggest acts in the business. The Elbow frontman once again takes on the role of guiding audiences through material that sheds new light on the musical legend.
The Man Who Stole the Cry (TBC Feb)
At the 1994 Winter Olympics in Norway, former professional soccer player Paul Enger carried out a daring art heist to obtain Edvard Munch’s famous painting The Scream. The documentary not only raises questions about whether Engar acted alone or there may have been another mastermind, but also explores a bizarre story.
Shack (TBC Feb)
Focusing on basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal, this series uses interviews with himself to trace his rise to the top of the NBA and become the huge cultural figure he is today.
Sky Kids Renewal (TBC February)
The long-running Sky Kids brand acquired a new linear channel in February, featuring 123 Number Squad!, Clifford, Cosmic Yoga: Yoga Adventures!, Dino Club, and Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small for younger audiences. Start a huge number of shows. , Morph, Where’s Wally?
Woman Who Rock (TBC Feb)
This documentary series pays tribute to the impact the music industry has had on pioneering women who have turned from male-dominated businesses to legends. This is her four-part series featuring contributions by Shania Twain, Joan Jett, Sheryl Crow, Pat Benatar, and many other women whose roles have changed music forever.
Sky Cinema and other NOW Movies/TV Shows February 2023
Father Stu (2022)
Evil Dead (2013)
Evil Dead II (1987)
Top Gun: Maverick (2022)
Watch: Box Office Giant Top Gun: Maverick Trailer
Return of Railway Children (2022)
Paradise City (2022)
Prince of Darkness (1987)
Watch: Trailer for Brad Pitt’s action movie Bullet Train
Brian & Charles (2022)
Where is Anne Frank (2021)
Watch: Trailer of British Comedy Movie Brian & Charles