Sky Launches A Dedicated Crime Channel | Sky Crime

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The crime genre has gained much popularity and public interest in recent years with nail-biting shows such as Making A Murderer, Breaking Bad and Narcos just to name a few. To cater to the demand of viewers Sky has launched a channel totally dedicated to crime related TV shows and documentaries.


Sky Crime is Sky Networks new channel which has been launched on 1st October in the UK, this is probably an attempt to break the monopoly of Netflix on the crime genre. Sky Crime has added loads of series and documentaries to fuel the newly launched channel.

If you are one of those who love to watch such content then Sky Crime is going to be on your favorites list! Sky Crime will feature content from Oxygen and HBO, as well as first-run content from Jupiter and Woodcut.

The best of Sky Crime:

  • The Disappearance of Susan Cox Powell
  • In Defense Of
  • A Wedding and a Murder
  • I Love You, Now Die
  • Britain’s Most Evil Killers
  • The Case Against Adnan Syed.

Sky Crime will be available to Sky subscribers free of cost, the network also plans to bring on Sky Comedy by February 2020.

In an interview Zai Bennett, Managing Director of Content at Sky, said:

“Sky Crime and Sky Comedy are fantastic additions to our entertainment portfolio, providing our customers with two new destinations for their favorite shows. Sky Crime, the home of premium true crime, will complement Sky Witness perfectly, while Sky Comedy is an exciting new proposition for Sky customers, offering them a daily dose of the best US comedy which will sit alongside our expanding slate of Sky Original comedy on Sky One.”

Further adding “By investing in the best of the US as well as doubling our investment in original drama and comedy, we are making Sky an unbeatable destination for the best range of premium TV.”

It is indeed an advance Halloween treat. A very gruesome though!



Mohid Moosani

Moosani is a night owl who is either binge watching his favorite shows or scribbling on his notebook writing short stories. Often showing up late at work and gulping down 6-7 cups of coffee is his usual practice.

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