If you happen to have Sky beamed into your living room then it might be a good idea to book the next few days off work. The satellite TV firm has been running a box set promotion since December with over 70 shows available to watch without having to pay a penny extra.
Sadly, like all good things in life, this offer is coming to an end with the free content only available until January 23, 2020.
Those that have a spare few hours before this date will find shows such as Westworld, True Blood and Big Little Lies, as well as award-winning dramas, Chernobyl and Patrick Melrose still available to view.
Sky says all of its TV customers will be able to access the full Box Sets Watchathon on the On Demand menu and Homepage of the UI, regardless of their price plan or package.
Here’s are some box sets included in the promotion:
True Blood • Boardwalk Empire • The Sopranos • Westworld • Band of Brothers • The Pacific • True Detective • The Loudest Voice • Angels in America • Six Feet Under • Dexter • The Wire • Chernobyl • Save me • Patrick Melrose • Riviera • Tin Star • Das Boot • Babylon Berlin • Catherine the Great • Big Love • The Newsroom • Treme • Billions • Ray Donovan • The Affair • Californication • The Knick • Escape at Danemora • Oz • Mildred Pierce • Big Little Lies • Olive Kitteridge • The Night Of • John Adams • Twin Peaks • In Treatment • From The Earth To The Moon • Empire Falls • Deadwood • Generation Kill • Carnivale • Show Me A Hero.
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Although this deal is ending in the next few days, Sky has just announced another big update which will be arriving very soon.
The company is updating its integration with Netflix to offer customers a little more choice.
Until now, those wanting to sign up to Netflix via Sky’s bundled packages needed to opt for the more expensive £8.99 Standard option.
But that’s about to change with Sky confirming that it is about to allow its customers to also subscribe to the cheaper £5.99 Basic package from Netflix.
This Basic service offers access to all shows and movies but, unlike the Standard option, doesn’t include HD programming and only allows content to be viewed on one screen at a time.
Speaking about the update, Stephen van Rooyen, Chief Executive Officer, Sky UK and Ireland, said: “This is a great start to what is set to be another strong year for Sky.
“Our customers love Netflix content and our partnership continues to go from strength to strength, we plan to launch new channels and genres, start building our new studio, Sky Studios Elstree, and we’ll have great new and returning Sky originals too.
“This year our customers will have access to even more great content – all in one place.”
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