Here’s a list of all the new TV shows and films coming to Now TV's Entertainment and Sky Cinema Passes in November
Now TV is constantly adding new content to their library of entertainment and we’re here to take you through the most exciting updates they have to offer in November.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing romp or an edge-of-your-seat thriller, Now TV has you covered.
We’re excited for the raw female energy shooting through the new Captain Marvel movie and the thrilling new season of Ray Donovan, not to mention the always-exciting MTV EMA’s. Read on for our comprehensive look at the upcoming content on Now TV for November.
What’s new on Now TV Entertainment Pass
3 November – MTV EMA’s
Tune into the 26th Annual MTV Europe Music Awards this November. It’ll be live and direct so prepare yourselves for wardrobe malfunctions, trips and some drunken swearing. Lizzo, Travis Scott, Billie Eilish and Ariana Grande are amongst the star-studded nominees.
4 November – Real Housewives of Atlanta S12
An unhealthy amount of tea will be spilt this season; waists will be cinched and you can be sure wigs will certainly fly. Is Nene considering an open relationship with her hubby? Will Porsha make it through her relationship woes? All will be revealed next month.
7 November – Britannia S2
You’ll be sure to get your war-time fix with this historic retelling of the Roman conquest of Britain in 43 AD. From the award-winning Jez Butterworth comes the second season, taking off from where the invasion of Celtic land was left in the last season.
7 November – The Russell Howard Hour S3
For those of you that are yet to hop aboard the Russell train, his new talk show is based on the original “Russell Howard’s Good News”. Expect more sarcastic humour, poking fun at celebs and a whole host of famous names adorning his sofa. This season will see the likes of Ed Sheeran, Jamie Oliver and Louis Theroux grace our screens.
11 November – Ant Middleton & Liam Payne: Straight Talking
Ant Middleton, SAS hardman, interviews One Direction’s Liam Payne in this one-off special that spans across Namibia. They camp under the stars with only a jeep, backpacks and each other for company. This time, Liam opens up about his private life and his struggles with fame.
28 November onwards – Upright
Award-winning actors Kate Mulvany and Leon Ford play two misfits who, against their own will, are thrown together to transport a piano across the Australian desert. This comedy-drama follows the unlikely bond made by two outsiders.
Date TBC – Ray Donovan S7
Emmy and Golden Globe Award nominee, Liev Schreiber stars as Ray Donovan in this thriller. When his father is unexpectedly released from prison, his job as a “fixer” for the high and mighty is threatened.
What’s new on Now TV Cinema Pass
8 November – The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Kiera Knightley, Dame Helen Mirren and Mackenzie Foy star in this fantastical Disney adventure, based on the classic Nutcracker tale. Clara must find the special key to unlock the box her dead mother left her but ends up discovering a lot more along the way.
15 November – Little Monsters
Lupita Nyong’o plays a school teacher in crisis, forced to protect her class from a zombie apocalypse. She is thrown together with a washed-up musician and a TV show host to save the group from the wrath of the undead.
22 November – Captain Marvel
A reimagining of the classic comic book superhero from the realms of Marvel. Brie Larson plays a kick-ass extraterrestrial warrior caught in the midst of an intergalactic war. Expect aliens, blockbuster CGI and epic fight scenes.
29 November – Dumbo
Award-winning director, Tim Burton, brings us the live-action remake of the Walt Disney classic. Colin Farrell and Michael Keaton star in this tale of a young elephant, struggling to save a circus. Perfect for the whole family.
What is Now TV?
Now TV is an online subscription-based streaming service that allows you to watch sky programming without signing up to a Sky contract. The service is perfect for those that don’t like entering lengthy contracts and want the option to cancel at any time. You won’t even need a TV set as the service is available on multiple platforms and devices.
The service is built around different “Passes”. You can choose between either the Entertainment Pass, Sky Cinema Pass, the Sky Sports, Kids or the Hayu Pass. What’s more, if you’re unsure of which to choose from you can even mix and match passes to suit your needs.
How much does Now TV cost?
Below we’ve added an easy-to-read list to give you the details on each monthly subscription price.
- Entertainment Pass – £7.99
- Sky Cinema Pass – £11.99
- Sky Sports Pass – £33.99, but daily and weekly passes are cheaper
- Kids Pass – £3.99
- Hayu Pass – £3.99
How to watch Now TV abroad?
Some of our favourite sites and services are not available outside of the UK which can prove rather difficult when you want to stream your favourite shows abroad. This is referred to as geo-blocking, something which unfortunately applies to Now TV. There is, however, a workaround for this issue and it comes in the form of a VPN a virtual private network.
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