Sky reveals return of Billions, The Simpsons, A Quiet Place Part II and other shows in January

Sky reveals return of Billions, The Simpsons, A Quiet Place Part II and other shows in January

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Sky has revealed it’s exciting line-up of TV shows, films and live sport for January.

January on Sky includes the return of Billions, the arrival of A Quiet Place Part II to Sky Cinema, and North London and Old Firm derbies on Sky Sports.

You can get Sky TV here.

These are some of the shows, films and exciting sporting events we can’t wait to watch on Sky in the new year.

New Sky TV shows in January

A Discovery of Witches – Series 3, Sky Max

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In the final instalment of this adaptation of Deborah Harkness’ All Souls trilogy, vampire Matthew and witch Diana return from 1590 to find tragedy.

They must finding the missing pages from the Book of Life and the Book itself before it’s too late, but a monster from Matthew’s past is lying in wait for his return.

You can get Sky TV here.

The Gilded Age, Sky Atlantic

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From the creators of Downton Abbey comes a new drama set in 1882. Marian Brook, a young, orphaned daughter of a southern general, moves in with her aunts in New York.

With the help of her maid, Marian gets caught up in the dazzling lives of her rich neighbours as she struggles to forge her own path.

You can get Sky TV here.

Euphoria – Series 2, Sky Atlantic

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Starring Emmy award winner Zendaya, the eight-episode drama returns.

Amidst the intertwining lives in the town of East Highland, Rue (Zendaya) must find hope while balancing the pressures of love, loss and addiction.

You can get Sky TV here.

Billions – Series 6, Sky Atlantic

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Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti return in the hugely popular Billions in January.

All the players must sharped their weapons and look for new alliances in order to survive.

The ground is ever shifting and the stakes absolute. New king, new war, new rules.

You can get Sky TV here.

The Simpsons – Series 33, Sky Showcase

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The world’s most evergreen – or should that be everyellow? – family return for all-new episodes exclusive to Sky Showcase.

Smithers finally finds true love, we flashback to Homer’s teenage years, and Marge is inspired to reunite with old friends and restage their high school play.

You can get Sky TV here.

New films coming to Sky Cinema in January

A Quiet Place Part II

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The sequel to 2018’s horror hit, the Abbott family must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue to fight for their survival in silence.

You can get Sky TV here.

Nobody

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Bob Odenkirk stars as Hutch. As an overlooked and underestimated father and husband, he takes life’s indignities on the chin and never rocks the boat.

But what happens when a pushover finally pushes back? Hutch flips from regular dad to fearless fighter by taking his enemies on a wild ride of explosive revenge.

You can get Sky TV here.

Naked Singularity

Casi (John Boyega) is a promising young NYC public defender whose idealism is beginning to crack under the daily injustices of the justice system.

Doubting all he has worked for he is pulled into a dangerous high stakes drug heist. Also starring Bill Skarsgard, Olivia Cooke and Ed Skrein.

You can get Sky TV here.

Sky Sports top picks in January

Premier League

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Sky Sports will kick off the month with a thrilling triple header on New Years Day, including Chelsea’s clash with Liverpool.

The North London Derby will also be shown in January, along with a host of other games.

You can get Sky TV here.

SPFL

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The New Year kicks off with the Old Firm derby on Sky Sports in January.

Last year’s New Year Derby saw Rangers defeat Celtic, but both sides are much changed from 12 months ago.

You can get Sky TV here.

European Tour Golf

The European Tour swings into action in 2022 with two events in the Rolex series, both carrying prize purses of more than $8million.

The Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship will be held at Yas Links, before we head to Emirates Gold Club in Dubai for the Dubai Desert Classic.

You can get Sky TV here.