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Sky Atlantic (Italian TV channel)

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Sky Atlantic
Sky Atlantic - Logo 2018.svg
Launched9 April 2014; 6 years ago (2014-04-09)
Owned bySky Italia
Picture format
SloganGrandi serie, grandi storie (Great series, great stories)
LanguageItalian, English
Broadcast area
  • Italy
  • San Marino
  • Vatican City
AffiliatesSky Uno
Sky Arte
Timeshift serviceSky Atlantic +1
Sky ItaliaChannel 456
Sky ItaliaChannel 110 (SD/HD)
Channel 111 (+1)
Channel 184 (SD)
Streaming media
Sky GoSky Atlantic

Sky Atlantic is an Italian-language pay-TV station owned by Sky Italia. It started broadcasting on 9 April 2014.[1]


The channel relies heavily on screenings of US television programmes from HBO and Showtime.

Original programming




Title First broadcast Last broadcast Notes
Borgia (season 3)[a] 2014 2014 Co-production with Canal+, ZDF, and ORF
1992 2015 2015 Co-production with La7
In Treatment (seasons 2–3)[b] 2015 2017
Dov'è Mario? 2016 2016
The Young Pope 2016 2016 Co-production with HBO and Canal+
1993 2017 2017
Il miracolo 2018 2018
The Generi 2018 2018
1994 2019 2019
The New Pope 2020 2020 Co-production with HBO and Canal+


  1. ^ Seasons 1 and 2 originally aired on Sky Cinema 1 in 2011 and 2013, respectively.
  2. ^ Season 1 originally aired on Sky Cinema 1 in 2013.


  1. ^ "Sky Atlantic HD, dal 9 aprile nuovo canale su serie tv". Sky Italia (in Italian). 3 April 2014. Retrieved 16 January 2020.
  2. ^ Kanter, Jake (22 May 2020). "Sky Studios Collaborates With Italian Rapper Salmo To Develop Drama 'Blocco 181'". Deadline. Retrieved 28 May 2020.

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