What’s leaving Sky and NOW TV in November / December 2020?
Staff Reporter | On 28, Nov 2020
Sky’s growing number of original shows and ever-expanding catalogue of blockbusters is ideal for keeping your days and nights occupied, but before you break open new box sets or devour some big-hitting films, don’t miss your chance to catch some modern gems before their rights expire and they depart.
That means taking care not to miss out some of Sky’s exclusives, such as Billions. Or, if you’ve got Sky Cinema, don’t miss some superhero fun in the form of Avengers: Endgame, Thor and Glass.
This is your last chance to stream the following:
Billions: Season 5 – 11th December
Bobby Axelrod and Chuck Rhoades see their vicious rivalry reignited, while new enemies rise and take aim.
Nathan For You: Season 1 to 4 – 1st December
One of the best TV shows you haven’t heard of, this US docu-reality comedy sees comedian Nathan Fielder use his business degree and life experiences to help actual small businesses turn a profit. A sharp-edged satire of commercialism, stuffed with amusingly over-the-top marketing ideas.
High Maintenance: Season 3 and 4 – 6th December
The Guy with the supply is back for the fourth season of the eclectic New York-based comedy, following the pot-dealer as he makes the rounds to his diverse clientele.
Other TV shows and box sets leaving in November / December 2020:
Alaska State Troopers: Season 5
Double Shot at Love with DJ Pauly D & Vinny: Season 2
Banged Up Abroad: Season 4
Banged Up Abroad: Season 6
Big Love: Season 1 to 5
David Bowie: A Reality Tour
David Bowie: Glass Spider Tour
David Bowie: Serious Moonlight
David Hockney: Time Regained
How The Universe Works: Season 8
Forged In Fire: Tournament Of Champ: Season 1
Freddie Fries Again: Season 2
Galleries On Demand: Season 1
Highway Thru Hell: Season 5 to 7
How The Earth Was Made: Season 1
Ice Lake Warriors: Season 1
In Treatment: Season 2 and 3
John Lennon: Classic Albums
John Lennon: Live In New York
Late Late Show Best of the Week
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 17
Life After People: Season 1
Mega Transport: Season 1
Megadeth: Video Killed the Radio Star: Season 3
Monkey Life: Season 1 to 4
More Than This
Neil Sedaka: The Show Goes On
Soundtracks: Songs That Defined History
The Nineties: Season 1
The Kumars: Season 1
Motorbike Cops Season 2: Season 2
Rankin’s 2020: Season 1
Catfish: The TV Show: Season 8
Gold Divers: Season 9
Comedy Game Night: Season 1
Ghosted: Love Gone Missing: Season 2
Tony Robinson’s World War I
Citizen Khan: Season 1
Finding Escobar’s Millions: Season 2
LA’s Finest: Season 1
Bad Chad Customs: Season 1
Banged Up Abroad: Season 13
AP Bio: Season 2
The Movies: Season 1
Our Cartoon President: Season 3
The InBetween: Season 1
Geordie Shore: Their Story: Season 1
Moonshiners: Master Distiller: Season 1
FBI: Season 2
Snapped: Serial Killers: Season 26
Airport Security: Season 6
Snapped: Serial Killers: Season 26
Air Crash Investigation: Season 4 to 8
Bad Chad Customs
Air Crash Investigation: Special Report: Season 3
Pen15: Season 2
Blowing Up History: Season 1 and 2
The Murder of Brooke Morris: Season 2
The Wire: Season 5
Diana: In Her Own Words
Sky Arts Book Club Live
Andre Rieu: Christmas Dow Under: Season 3
9-1-1: Lone Star: Season 1
Attenborough’s Flying Monsters
Corporate: Season 3
Life & Rhymes: Season 1
Se7en – 29th November
Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman are on superb form as two detectives hunting a serial killer bumping people off via the Seven Deadly Sins, in what may be David Fincher’s darkest – and perhaps even best – film.
Beauty and the Beast (1991) – 30th November
“Tale as old as time…” If you weren’t a fan of the remake, or even if you were, the animated original – about a woman who falls in love with a princess cursed to look like a hairy beast – is irresistibly sweet.
Cloverfield – 30th November
A thoroughly modern monster movie.
In Fabric – 30th November
Peter Strickland’s weird, brilliantly entertaining horror is a frightening, funny number with a uniquely disturbing style.
Dogman – 30th November
Part Western, part crime thriller, Marcello Fonte shines in Matteo Garrone’s compelling, brutal psychological drama.
Enchanted – 30th November
Witty, hilarious and unabashedly earnest, this post-modern Disney flick deftly hits the mark.
O Brother, Where Art Thou? – 6th December
No matter what, the Coen brothers can always be relied upon to make movies for themselves rather than anyone else. This take on Homer’s Odyssey – which sees three convicts (led by George Clooney) break out of a Depression-era Mississippi jail, only to form a barbershop triplet – is the perfect example. But O Brother, Where Art Thou? also proves that the Coen brothers’ movies never fail to entertain the rest of us too.
Glass (2019) – 12th November
Shyamalan’s unlikely comic book trilogy reaches an uneven but entertaining climax.
Benjamin (2018) – 12th November
Simon Amstell’s painfully hilarious drama is a caustic, sweet, quotable gem.
Bumblebee – 12th November
Hailee Steinfield is superb in this charmingy low-key character drama that just so happens to feature giant robots.
Avengers: Endgame – 18th December
What Marvel’s epic finale lacks in stakes it makes up for in sheer, spectacular fun.
Other movies leaving in November / December 2020:
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Muppet Treasure Island
Old Boys (2018)
Romeo And Juliet (1968)
The Best of Enemies
The Flood (2019)
The Guns Of Navarone
The Haunted Mansion
Tom And Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Field Of Dreams
Hands Of Stone
The Front Runner
The Italian Job (2003)
The Kid Who Would Be King
Blue My Mind
Welcome To Marwen
Lords of Anarchy
Riot Girls (2019)
Hot Summer Nights
Mary Queen Of Scots (2018)
Pitch Perfect 3: Special
The Night Sitter
Darkest Hour: Special
The Aftermath (2019)
Free Preview Unhinged
A Dog’s Way Home