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Your fantastic February on Virgin TV!

Your fantastic February on Virgin TV!

Stay in, park yourself on the sofa and feast your eyes on these brand new shows and returning favourites

It’s time to give the month of February its due. Hear us out…

February on Virgin TV

Okay, so the weather isn’t great this time of year. And all the lovey-dovey stuff that comes with Valentine’s Day may make you feel nauseous. And this leap year it’s even longer than usual. But if you love great telly, this February has got a lot going for it.

 

On Virgin TV you’ll find brand new shows, big comebacks and even a shiny new channel packed with top-drawer American comedies. Whether you’re watching in glorious HD, stunning UHD, live, on Catch Up or in On Demand, we’ve got your back when it comes to truly unmissable telly.

 

Yep, it’s definitely going to be a fantastic February on Virgin TV. Fasten your seatbelt, because here come the highlights…

 

A LOL-tastic new channel

Sky Comedy/HD (CH 121/122)

Love epic US comedies? Then you’ll be thrilled to know that Virgin TV customers on the Mix package and above can now watch new channel Sky Comedy at absolutely no extra cost. We’re not joking! From Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Parks & Recreation and Curb Your Enthusiasm to brand new shows from the States, prepare for your funny bone to be tickled like never before. Read our full preview here.

All aboard this satirical space comedy!

Hugh Laurie in Avenue 5

Avenue 5, continues Wednesday 5 February, 10pm, Sky One/HD (CH 110/109). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > Sky One

From the razor-sharp mind of Armando Ianucci comes this hilarious comedy that does a stellar job of sending up space tourism. Set a mere 40 years in the future, Ryan Clark (Hugh Laurie) is captain of a ship that takes paying customers around the solar system. But he finds his hands rather full when the vessel comes a cropper.

 

The return of The Walking Dead!

The Walking Dead season 10b, Monday 24 February, 9pm, FOX/HD (CH 157/199). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > FOX

Just when you thought it was safe to get back on your sofa, The Walking Dead returns for the second half of season 10. With Alpha and the Whisperers continuing to wreak havoc on the survivors, where will it all end?

 

Pic an out-of-this-world adventure

Find Star Trek: Picard in Apps & Games > Prime Video

It’s felt like light years since we last saw Patrick Stewart in full Star Trek mode, but now he’s back in a brand new series on Prime Video. Star Trek: Picard finds the former captain of the USS Enterprise retired, but an emergency sees him thrust back into the action. Featuring a host of familiar characters from Star Trek: The Next Generation, this is one return that’s not to be missed. Read our full preview here.

 

Premier action from the Premier League

Continues throughout February on Sky Sports and BT Sport

There’s still plenty of drama to come in the current Premier League season – and you can follow every key moment live on Sky Sports and BT Sport. From the title race and the intense top-four battle to the nerve-jangling scrap to avoid relegation, we suggest you fasten your seatbelt. Get up to speed with all the fixtures here.

 

Step this way for an unmissable drama

The Path, starts Monday 31 January, 9pm, Virgin TV Ultra HD (CH 999). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > Virgin TV Ultra HD

You’ve seen Aaron Paul up to no good in Breaking Bad, now watch him attempt to find enlightenment in mysterious drama The Path on the amazing Virgin TV Ultra HD channel. A member of a controversial religious movement, Eddie Lane (Paul) questions his faith after attending a retreat. What went on there? Packed with thrills, spills and bags of intrigue, prepare to be converted to this ace series. Read our full preview here.

 

A talent show that’s on song

The Voice UK, continues Saturday 1 February, 8.30pm, ITV/HD (CH 103/113). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > ITV Hub

Listen up, because things are about to get serious on The Voice. With new coach Meghan Trainor now settled in to the famous red chairs, the search to find the next singing sensation is ready to intensify. If you ask us, it’s perfect Saturday night telly for those chilly February evenings.

 

Who will be crowned Europe’s finest?

UEFA Champions League, continues Tuesday 16 February, BT Sport

The fight to be the continent’s top dog is about to hot up, and with every single UEFA Champions League match live and exclusive on BT Sport you can be at the heart of the action. Get ready, because the last 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and final are all still to come.

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Virgin TV UHD channel: Available to Full House TV customers only. Primetime only – see channel for programming schedule each day. 4K enabled TV/device and V6 box required to watch content in UHD. Quality assumes your equipment is working at optimum standard.

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Sky Sports HD channels: Sky Sports HD channels £7 per month when subscribing to Sky Sports SD channels.

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