New releases on NOW TV

A regularly updated list of recent releases and the latest new additions to Sky TV, Sky Cinema and NOW TV – Sky’s video on-demand service for non-Sky customers. A Sky Cinema Month Pass gives you access to all of the Sky Cinema movies catalogue, both live and on-demand, for £11.99 a month. no contract. A Sky Entertainment Pass gives you streaming access to a selection of Sky TV channels – including Sky Atlantic, Sky 1, Sky Living and FOX UK – for £7.99 a month, no contract. (The price rises to £8.99 a month from 9th October 2019.) For more information or to sign up, click here.

15th October
Transference

14th October
Changeland

13th October
All Is True

12th October
White Boy Rick

11th October
Mortal Engines

10th October
Accident

9th October
Benjamin

8th October
Cruise

7th October
Motherhood

6th October
Where Hands Touch
I Love You, Now Die

5th October
The Stolen Princess

4th October
Widows

3rd October
Don’t Go

2nd October
Sorry Angel

27th September
Hotel Mumbai

26th September
The Night Sitter
Frayed: Season 1

25th September
Lords of Anarchy
City on a Hill

24th September
All About Nina

23rd September
Grand-Daddy Day Care

22nd September
Papillon (2017)

21st September
Cinderella (2018)

20th September
Bohemian Rhapsody

19th September
Gnaw

18th September
Furious

17th September
Rabbit

16th September
Sharp Objects
Riot Girls

15th September
Welcome to Marwen

14th September
The Front Runner

13th September
The Predator
Temple: Season 1
12th September
Chasing Bullitt
11th September
Humor Me

10th September
Deceit

9th September
Killer Weekend
The Walking Dead: Season 1 to 9

8th September
Hands of Stone

7th September
Peter Pan: The Quest for the Never Book

6th September
Holmes & Watson

5th September
Darkness Visible

4th September
Cutterhead

3rd September
Trouble

2nd September
Benchwarmers 2: Breaking Balls

1st September
The Vanishing

30th August
Bad Times At the El Royale

28th August
Under the Tree

27th August
A Very Bad Day
Midnight Texas: Season 1 to 2
The Affair: Season 5, Episode 1

26th August
An Elephant’s Journey

25th August
The Hate U Give

24th August
Assassination Nation

23rd August
Aquaman

22nd August
Arizona

21st August
Girls of the Sun

20th August
Wrath of the Titans
A Scanner Darkly
Going the Distance
Dinner for Schmucks
The Lady in the Water
Exit Wounds
The Reef
That’s Not Me
Prison Song

19th August
American Summer

18th August
Sorry to Bother You

17th August
A Stork’s Journey

16th August
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

15th August
Pimped

14th August
Shoplifters

13th August
Age of Summer

12th August
Project Blue Book
Marriage Material
Succession: Season 2, Episode 1

11th August
Lizzie

10th August
Nobody’s Fool

9th August
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Blue Bloods: Season 1 to 8

8th August
Boogie Man

7th August
Escape from Sobibor

6th August
The Adventures of Jurassic Pet

5th August
Drunk on Love

4th August
Iron Sky: The Coming Race

3rd August
Ralph Breaks the Internet

2nd August
The Darkest Minds

4th August
Iron Sky: The Coming Race

3rd August
Ralph Breaks the Internet

2nd August
The Darkest Minds

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