- Author Peter Skilton
- Published September 30, 2013
Top five things on NOW TV this week
Sky TV is now more accessible with Now TV so you don’t have to miss your favourite live sport or the latest movies. Here’s this week’s top live sports and latest movie releases, exclusively on LG Smart TVs
Sky TV is now more accessible with NOW TV so you don’t have to miss your favourite live sport or the latest movies. Here’s the pick of this week’s live sports and latest movie releases, exclusively on LG Smart TVs
Sky Sports pass
Super League Grand Final: Warrington Wolves v Wigan Warriors
Saturday 5th September, 5:00pm
Sky Sports 2, NOW TV
Football moves out of Old Trafford at the weekend to make way for bigger goals and different white lines. Action and excitement don’t leave the Manchester stadium however as Warrington and Wigan line-up to win the ultimate title in Rugby League. Both teams have endured a long road to get this far and neither will want to lose now. There’ll be drama until the end.
European Tour Golf: Seve Trophy
Starts Thursday 3rd October, 10:30am
Sky Sports 1, NOW TV
While the Americans take on the rest of the world in Ohio, a team made up of players from Great Britain and Ireland take on Europe for the Seve Trophy, in memory of golf legend and five-time major winner Seve Ballesteros. The special one-week event is played every other year, so catch it now or miss out until 2014.
Formula 1: Korean Grand Prix
Sunday 6th October, 5:30am
Sky Sports F1, NOW TV
F1 Fans will need to set their alarm clocks this Sunday as the Formula 1 party kicks off in Korea. It’s early for a Sunday, but it’ll be worth it as Vettel’s title contenders launch one last attempt to unsettle his hold at the top of the standings before he wins, again…
Sky Movies pass
Sky Movies, NOW TV
Denzel Washington plays veteran pilot William Whitaker who saves a plane-load of passengers from certain death. He’s hailed a national hero for his life-saving stunts, however when its outed that he had taken drugs and alcohol before the flight instead of being praised he finds himself faceing jail.
Available Friday 4th October
Sky Movies, NOW TV
James McAvoy brings Irvine Welsh’s bent cop Bruce Robertson to life in this adaptation of the cult novel, Filth. The worst policeman in the world – racist, violent, drug-abusing, alcoholic – finds time to plot the downfall of his colleagues in order to secure a promotion.
Peter Skilton writes for Stuff magazine
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