Sky One (German TV channel)

Sky One (written as Sky 1 until 31 March 2020) is an entertainment channel operated and owned by Sky Deutschland.[1][2] The TV channel launched in Germany and Austria on 3 November 2016.[3]

Sky One
Logo used since 2020
CountryGermany
Broadcast areaGermany, Austria, Switzerland
Programming
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerSky Deutschland
History
Launched3 November 2016 (2016-11-03)
Links
Websitesky.de/sky1
Logo used from 1 April to 29 June 2020
Logo used until 31 March 2020

History

A sister channel to UK-based Sky One, the channel broadcasts originally produced shows and series and international series. It is available via cable, satellite and IPTV in HD to all Sky Deutschland subscribers as part of the Sky Starter basic package.

The timeshift service Sky 1 +1 started on 22 September 2017 and replaced the timeshift channel Sky Atlantic +1.[4]
In November 2018 Sky 1 +1 HD was closed.

Programming

Most of the channel's programming is available on Sky On Demand, Sky Go and the Sky Ticket OTT service.

Original programming

Entertainment

  • Dogs Might Fly (2016–present)
  • Eine Liga für sich - Buschis Sechserkette, German version of A League of Their Own (2017–present)
  • MasterChef USA (2016–present)
  • MasterChef (German version of the format)[5] (2016–present)
  • Mitfahr-Randale - Wer aussteigt, verliert (2016–present)
  • Xaviers Wunschkonzert Live (2017–present)

Series

References

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