124 Premier League games live in Ultra HD with Sky Q 2TB
Last Updated: 18/10/16 3:28pm
Sky Q launches Ultra HD: bringing customers the most comprehensive range of TV they love in enhanced picture quality.
Sky has launched the UK's most comprehensive Ultra HD service on Sky Q 2TB - available to customers right now.
Offering an unrivalled line up of Premier League football, exclusive blockbuster movies, natural history documentaries and gripping dramas, viewers will be brought to the heart of the action at home, in enhanced Ultra HD picture quality.
Customers will be able to immerse themselves in 124 live Premier League games this season.
And this is just the start, with more sports, in spectacular Ultra HD, to come soon, including every race from the Formula 1® 2017 season.
Watch live, On Demand and through Sky Store, Ultra HD is available to customers with a Sky Q 2TB box and subscription at no extra cost.
Customers can now watch the most comprehensive range of sports, movies, documentaries and dramas in the enhanced detail and clarity of Ultra HD, with highlights in the first year including:
- 124 live Premier League games
- Every race from Formula 1® 2017
- Over 70 movies with premieres including Spectre, The Revenant, The Martian, Bridge of Spies, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials and Concussion
- Over 30 Sky Store rental movies from Angry Birds to the entire Ghostbusters and Men In Black box sets
- The biggest ever library of movies from Minority Report to Forrest Gump, The Godfather, Jerry Maguire, Zoolander, The Da Vinci Code and Spider-Man trilogy
- Ultra HD movie themed collections including Blockbusters, Action, Drama and Oscar winners
- 30 hours of natural history and documentaries, from Sky's David Attenborough catalogue to Sky 1's Big Cats: An Amazing Animal Family and brand new Monkeys: An Amazing Animal Family, as well as Richard Hammond's Jungle Quest, plus National Geographic programmes including new Story of God with Morgan Freeman
- Five new dramas including The Young Pope, featuring Jude Law, and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino, a joint production of Sky, HBO and Canal+, as well as new Series 4 of The Blacklist, and the box set Series 1-3
- Plus other entertainment, including comedy series The Trip To Spain starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, Sky Arts' Landscape Artist of the Year 2016 and Blur in concert