Which TV programmes are not available to watch live on Sky Go?

Sky Go offers a selection of live and on demand Sky TV programming, but not all programmes and channels that are shown on Sky TV will be available to watch on Sky Go. Some programmes from Sky Go Live TV channels we carry will also be 'blacked out', where we do not have permission to show those online.

This means that you may not be able to watch every programme scheduled for a channel when you watch online and 'blackouts' will typically effect certain one off events and the kinds of programmes shown below.

Q. Why are some shows being blacked out on Sky Go on iPhones, iPads and smartphones?

A. While we appreciate our customer’s frustrations, for contractual reasons with the rights holders it is not possible to show all programmes on Sky Go on mobile devices. However, we are continuously working with our rights holders on a case by case basis to increase the number of shows available on Sky Go. We'll be bringing exciting new shows and seasons to Sky Go as soon as possible.

*Programmes marked with an asterisk (*) are unavailable on mobile devices but can be watched on laptop, Mac or PC over a broadband connection.

Blackouts this week: 8 - 14 December 2014

  • Sky 1 Show

    Futurama: Welcome To The World Of Tomorrow, Hour of Power, Last Man Standing.

  • Sky Living Show

     CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 

  • Sky Movies Show

    Sky Movies Action & Adventure: Angel Flight Down, In The Line Of Duty: Smoke Jumpers, Volcano: Fire On The Mountain.

     

    Sky Movies Crime & Thriller: Deep Family Secrets, Loss Of Faith, Malpractice, Outlaw, Point Last Seen, Sam Churchill: Search For A Homeless Man. 

     

    Sky Movies Drama & Romance: Black Christmas. 

     
    Sky Movies Sci-Fi & Horror: Black Christmas, The I Inside, Ice, Project: Alf, Target Earth.

     

    Sky Movies Select: The Walker.

  • Nickelodeon Show

    Drake And Josh, Santa Hunters. 

  • Nick Jr Show

    Dora The Explorer, Little Bill.

  • Gold Show

     'Allo 'Allo, Happy Days.