Zai Bennett, Managing Director of Content at Sky, said: “Premium documentaries and nature series are increasingly important to our customers, with them wanting to get to the shows they want as quickly as possible. That’s why we’re launching two new content brands, Sky Documentaries and Sky Nature. These new channels will offer our customers an unrivalled destination for brand new, world class documentaries and nature programming as well as an extensive on demand library of the world’s best factual programmes.”
If you’re already subscribed to Sky, you won’t have to do anything to get your hands on the new channels. Like the launch of Sky Comedy and Sky Crime in October, the new channels will appear overnight on your Sky Q box with live and on-demand content ready to go.
Unfortunately, if you’re not already a Sky subscriber, the company has suspended new installations until June 1, 2020. Although you’re still able to sign-up to a new contract, you’ll only be able to access the live and on-demand shows and movies you’re paying for with the Sky Go app on your iPhone, tablet, or video game console. You’ll have to wait a few weeks before the engineers are able to come to your home and set-up the dish.