Our top picks on Now TV
Grab a cuppa and settle in for the evening. We’ve rustled up our current favourites to watch on Now TV.
Read about our top picks
Here’s a selection of our favourite films and TV shows that have either recently been added or are set to appear on Now TV in April.
Game of Thrones
After eight long years on our screens, Game of Thrones is finally coming to what is set to be a dramatic and bloody end. Based on George R.R. Martin's best-selling book series A Song of Ice and Fire, HBO brought the medieval fantasy epic to life back in 2011, and its popularity has continued to grow in spades.
We’ve laughed, we’ve cried, we’ve had to look away from our screens in horror as some of our favourite characters meet a grisly fate, and now it’s time to find out what it’s all been leading up to. Most importantly, who is going to gain control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros and claim the iconic Iron Throne?
After the success of the first film, wisecracking mercenary Deadpool is back in this punchy and fast-paced sequel.
Following another tragedy in his life, our anti-hero comes across Russell, an angry teenage mutant who lives at an orphanage. When Russell becomes the target of Cable, who claims to be a genetically enhanced soldier from the future, Deadpool realises that he'll need some help saving the boy from such a superior enemy.
Join the merc with a mouth as he attempts to put together a superhero team to rival the X-Men, with a ton of laughs and slapstick violence along the way.
Definitely one to watch year, Serenity follows fishing boat captain Baker Dill as his peaceful life is shattered when his ex-wife Karen tracks him down. Desperate for help, Karen begs Baker to save her and their young son from her abusive husband. Thrust back into a life that he has been trying to forget, Baker finds himself struggling to choose between right and wrong.
Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway take the lead in this neo-noir thriller that’s laden with twists and turns.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
You can never go wrong with a traditional Disney classic. This animated adventure follows disfigured Quasimodo, the bell-ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, who bides his time locked away in a tower with only gargoyles to keep him company.
The kindly hermit longs to be able to spend his days outside interacting with other people, leading to a chance encounter with the enchanting gypsy Esmeralda. But when the beautiful young woman catches the attention of Quasimodo's guardian, the sinister Minister Frollo, Quasimodo must do what he can to keep her out of his evil clutches.
Fancy an American thriller packed with twists and turns that stars Game of Thrones main player Sophie Turner as the title character? You’ve come to the right place.
Josie, a mysterious, beyond-her-years teen strikes up an unlikely friendship with motel-dwelling loner Dylan McDermott when she transfers to a sleepy Southern town. Though things seem alright at first, her true intentions prove far more sinister when her dark past starts to come to light.