Sky has revealed its Christmas line-up for 2021 including, and it’s a cracker, from A Boy Called Christmas to A League of Their Own Christmas Party.
Sky has just announced its Christmas 2021 TV line-up for all of its channels and this year you’re in for one heck of a magical line-up.
So what you can expect from the box this Christmas? take a look at our highlights below.
The Amazing Mr Blunden
A Christmas adventure arrives for Jamie and Lucy as they encounter what appears as ghost children, who are actually kids who have travelled forwards to help to believe they’re going to be murdered by the wicked Mr and Mrs Wickens. Full of mystery and turns, ghosts and a remorseful friend – The Amazing Mr Blunden will be one not to miss this December.
After Ever After: Hansel & Gretel
David Walliams is back again this year as he presents the third of his festive fairy tale specials which include stars, Sheridan Smith and Mark Addy. The story will see the siblings facing their worst fear – heading back to the witches house for a final showdown.
A League of Their Own Christmas Party
Our favourite trio is back this Christmas and this time, Romesh has organised the boys’ festivities including a trip to Center Parcs where challenges and special guests will be met PLUS, Jamie, Fred and Romesh will don the microphone as they murder another all-time festive classic.
Rob & Romesh Vs Xmas Special
Best friends Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan dive into another festive edition of their hilarious non-scripted comedy series.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks Christmas Special
Christmas chaos ensues as Never Mind the Buzzcocks is back for a festive special, with Greg Davis hosting and a slew of celebrity guests (Noel Fielding and Daisy May Cooper to name a few) belly laughter won’t be an issue this December.
The Russell Howard Hour Christmas Special
Russell Howard takes a look back at a year that tried to out-craze the madness that was 2021. With lots of laughter, this is sure to keep us giggling all Christmas night long.
There’s Something About Christmas Movies
What’s better than a Christmas movie? well Alan Carr directing celeb guests to recreate them might be. Full of festive trivia, hilarious spoofs and team captains Micahel Sheen and Jennifer Saunders, it’s the perfect night in the show.
Agatha Raisin: Kissing Christmas Goodbye
Agatha concentrates on planning the perfect Christmas for her friends, but when there’s poisoning in the village, it’s up to her to solve the case.
A Christmas Number One
This heartfelt new film sees Meg Rai a music manager who has just split from the world’s hottest pop star, head to London to manage a boyband. Meanwhile, Blake Cutter, persuaded by his Christmas obsessive and terminally ill niece, puts his metal band, Scurve to one side to make the ultimate festive hit. When Meg discovers the hit in the making, is this what she needs for the boyband or will Blake, the song and Nina show Meg what really matters.
Last Train to Christmas
Tony Towers (Michael Sheen) has the perfect life, famous, successful and engaged however as he embarks on the 3:17 train he discovers that by moving up and down the train he can transport himself forward and backwards to various stages of his life.
Chris Cringle, aka, Santa Claus is forced into a partnership with the U.S military, where things go from bad to worse. This action-comedy is packed with humour and excitement which the whole family can enjoy.
A Boy Called Christmas
Based on the book, the film will tell the story of a young boy called Nikolas who sets out on an adventure into the snowy north in search of his father who is on a quest to discover the fabled village of the elves, Elfhelm. Taking with him Blitzen and his loyal pet mouse, Nikolas soon meets his destiny in this magical, comic and endearing story that proves nothing is impossible…