Top picks for Now TV
We've compiled some of the best shows and movies, both new and old, coming to Now TV this month. There’s plenty to keep you occupied on these warm summer nights.
No need to be bored this Bank Holiday weekend, there’s plenty to enjoy on All4.
All4 is possibly one of the most underrated streaming services. It’s completely free to sign up and you can enjoy a wide range of box sets, catch up with your favourite shows and reminisce over a few comedy classics.
We’ve rustled up our top list of things to watch on All4. All you need to do is sit back, relax and munch on popcorn.
This American spy thriller first aired in 2011 and received a brilliant response. The compelling storyline follows main characters Carrie Mathison and Nicholas Brody.
The former is a Central Intelligence Agency officer living with bipolar disorder, and the latter was held captive by al-Qaeda as a prisoner of war, subsequently turned by the enemy, and is now seen as a threat to the United States.
On All4 you can start from season one and enjoy right the way through to the latest episode.
Check out Homeland.
The spin-off prequel to the much-loved US comedy show, The Big Bang Theory, the hilarious Young Sheldon centres around the formative years of well-known character Sheldon Cooper.
Travel back in time and witness the nine-year-old group up in East Texas with his lively family and school friends.
Watch Young Sheldon today.
Seven Year Switch
Taking its name from the phrase “seven-year itch”, this new reality programme promises to be the next Wife Swap.
Troubled couples switch their partners and head abroad to see if they can shake up and fix their relationships. At the end of the holiday, they must decide whether they want to stay together or separate.
What makes it even more interesting is that there are no strict rules for the contestants and they can even share beds with their new companions.
Catch up with the latest installment of Seven Year Switch.
Britain’s Polar Bear Cub
This adorable show is bound to fill the gap that Planet Earth II left when it ended last year. In December 2017, a special polar bear came into the world at Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park. It was the first of its kind to be born in a quarter of a century in the UK.
To celebrate, a programme revolving around the baby has been put together to give audiences a glimpse of life at the park and the magnificent breeding efforts keepers must go to to preserve endangered species.
There’s not long left to see Britain’s Polar Bear Cub on All4.
Exploring LGBTQ culture across the globe, Gaycation follows Ellen Page and her personal friend Ian Daniel as they trek around the world, meeting new people and hearing their inspiring stories.
Delve into seasons 1 and 2 of Gaycation on All4 today.