What’s leaving Sky and NOW TV in July / August 2019?
Staff Reporter | On 28, Jul 2019
Summer’s here, and there’s no better time to run and frolic outside, but before you do, make sure you won’t miss the departure of your favourite film or TV show from Sky and NOW. Whether its gripping psychological drama or dark, violent comedy, this month is your last chance to stream the following:
Sharp Objects: Season 1 – 28th July
Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson are exceptional in this intriguing, dark psychological thriller about surface appearances and hidden truths, based on Gillian Flynn’s novel.
Inside Amy Schumer: Season 1 to 4 – 31st July
The comedian’s hilarious series is required viewing if you’ve never seen it.
Barry: Season 1 – 14th August
Bill Hader is brilliant in HBO’s darkly funny comedy about a hitman who finds himself trying to venture on a career as an actor.
Year of the Rabbit: Season 1 – 14th August
Matt Berry is on typically hilarious form in this Channel 4 comedy about the titular detective, who stomps the streets of Victorian-era London.
Big Little Lies: Season 2 – 21st August
As if HBO’s drama wasn’t already impressive enough, along comes none other than Meryl Streep for its superbly acted second season, which dives into the aftermath of Season 1 to explores the malignancy of lies, the durability of friendships, the fragility of marriage and the vicious ferocity of sound parenting.
Other TV shows leaving in July / August 2019:
Deep State: Season 2
Ewan McGregor: Off Camera With Sam Jones
Ladies Night: Season 1
Laguna Beach: Season 1 to 3
Your Face or Mine: Season 1 to 4
Fameless Prankers: Season 2
Eras Of Music History
Reverie: Season 1
Siren: Season 2
The Next Jamie Vardy: Season 1
Wild Hunters: Season 1
Wild Things: Season 1
Master Of Photography: Season 4
Too Young To Die: Season 1
Treasure Quest: Snake Island: Season 1 and 2
The Passage: Season 1
Comedy Central Live
Mummies Unwrapped: Season 1
NASA’s Unexplained Files: Season 4
Truth Behind the Moon Landing: esason 1
Head 2 Head
Most Ridiculous: Season 3
Riviera: Season 2
Our Cartoon President: Season 2
False Flag: Season 1
Spaced: Season 2
Wheeler Dealers: Season 15
The Ricky Gervais Show: Season 1
Finding Nemo – 9th August
Young fish Nemo gets taken from his dad, Marlin, by fishermen in this utterly charming comedy, which balances parental concern and the fear of the unknown to the power of loyalty, the inspiration of soldiering on, and the loveable laid-back vibes of passing turtles. From the beautifully rendered ocean to Marlin’s hilarious sidekick, Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), Finding Nemo is sweet, stunning and gloriously silly.
Goodbye Christopher Robin – 11th August
Domhnall Gleeson shines as A.A.Milne in Simon Curtis’ surprising biopic.
Zombieland – 11th August
Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson are a comedy double act to die for in Ruben Fleischer’s horror comedy.
10 Things I Hate About You – 15th August
“I love you, baby, and if it’s quite alright, I need you, baby…”
IT (2017) – 17th August
Stephen King’s 1986 novel – previously adapted into a TV miniseries starring the scenestealing Tim Curry – gets the big-screen treatment, with Mama director Andy Muschietti ably pulling the strings. Bill Skarsgård (Hemlock Grove) takes over from Curry as Pennywise the Dancing Clown, the malevolent, shape-shifting demon who drags little Georgie Denbrough into the sewers of Derry, Maine – an act which prompts guilt-ridden older brother Bill (Midnight Special’s Jaeden Lieberher) to go looking for answers.
Other movies leaving in July / August 2019:
Where’s The Money
All About The Money
Black Snake Moan
Body Of Lies
Escape From Alcatraz
In Harm’s Way
Meet Joe Black
The Night Watchmen
The Perfect Match (2016)
The Sugarland Express
Jack And Jill
The Green Hornet
The Stolen (2016)
Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast
Julie & Julia
Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings
The Object of My Affection
Please Stand By
Fun With Dick And Jane
The Battleship Island
Victoria & Abdul