Sky is one of the major streaming providers on the market. Since June 2022, the former Sky ticket offer has been called Wow. In the course of the rebranding, the entertainment package became Wow series, and the film package can be booked as part of the Wow films & series tariff. Customers will then have a large number of new films and series at their disposal, with new content added every month. The same applies to Sky Q. TECHBOOK reveals what innovations Sky has to offer in February.
In addition to Netflix, Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video, Sky is also one of the major streaming providers in Germany. Users can stream lots of films and series via Sky Q or Wow, which can be canceled monthly. TECHBOOK reveals which Sky innovations await us in February 2023.
New series on Sky and Wow in February
Funny Woman (Season 1) – Coming February 9th
After backwater beauty Barbara Parker (Gemma Arterton) wins the 1964 Miss Blackpool pageant, she decides to leave her entire life, including her fiancé, behind. In order to be able to realize her dream of a career in show business, the young woman moves to London. By chance, she meets the theater agent Brian (Rupert Everett) and his wife Patsy (…), who get her her first audition. It quickly turns out that Barbara has no acting talent, but a comedic one.
Stargirl (Season 3) – Coming February 12th
In February, the third and final season of “Stargirl” comes to Sky and Wow. After high school student Courtney discovers the cosmic staff of superhero “Starman”, she gains superpowers herself and becomes Stargirl. From now on she tries to live up to her heritage.
Django (Season 1) – Coming February 17th
With the “Django” series, Sky is relaunching the well-known spaghetti western. Since a massacre eight years ago, the gunslinger (Matthias Schoenaerts) has been searching the Wild West for his daughter Sarah (Lisa Vicari). His path finally leads him to New Babylon.
New films on Sky and Wow in February
Dog – Luck has four paws – from February 4th
Former Ary Ranger Jackson (Channing Tatum) gets a chance at a new start with German Shepherd Lulu, who also belongs to the Army Rangers. To do this, however, he has to take Lulu to the funeral of her deceased master. Not an easy task, as the bitch proves to be quite unpredictable. But a wonderful friendship develops.
The Wondrous World of Louis Wain – from February 13th
After the death of his father, Louis Wain (Benedict Cumberbatch) has to take care of his mother and five sisters alone. His life changes when he gets a job as an illustrator, as does Emily (Claire Foy), his sisters’ new governess. He soon made a name for himself in his new profession. His drawings of cats in particular caused a stir. The film is based on real events.
The Black Phone – from February 17th
In 1978, five children are kidnapped in suburban Denver by the mysterious Grabber (Ethan Hawke). Finally, 13-year-old Finney (Mason Thames) is his sixth victim. The snatcher holds him captive in a basement with a mysterious black phone that suddenly rings despite the severed wires. Apparently, the ghosts of previous victims contact Finney over the phone and want to protect him. Meanwhile, his sister Gwen (Madeleine McGraw) is plagued by strange visions.
Everything Everywhere All at Once – out February 20th
The fantasy comedy is one of the hottest contenders at this year’s Oscars and can be seen on Sky and Wow from February. Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh) lives a rather tranquil life as a Chinese immigrant in the USA. When she is suddenly catapulted into the multiverse and learns that she has access to the abilities and memories of her other versions from other universes, she is initially overwhelmed. However, she does not have much time to get used to the new situation, because the multiverse is threatened by a dark force.
The song of the crayfish – from February 24th
In 1969, the body of Chase Andrews (Harris Dickinson) is found in North Carolina. The suspicion quickly falls on the egg brooding Kya (Daisy Edgar-Jones). Parallel to the investigation and the trial, Kya’s story is told as an outsider who grows up alone in the swamps.
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