Former footballer and League Of Their Own star Jamie Redknapp stepped out in Dublin today, for the Sky 2019 Content Showcase.
The event, which took place at The Westbury Hotel, was held to showcase some of Sky’s new and returning series which are set to hit screens this year.
A host of well-known faces were present at the showcase, including BAFTA nominated actress Juliet Stevenson, BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley, Damien Molony, Yasmine Akram, Rose Williams, Mark O’Rowe and A League of their Own stars; Jamie Redknapp, Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan.
2019 is set to be another amazing year for the Sky channel, as huge shows like Chernobyl will air on Sky Atlantic.
Based on the powerful real-life events, Chernobyl tells the story of the brave men
and women who put everything on the line to save Europe from total disaster.
The five-part Sky original drama focuses on the heart-breaking scale of the 1986 nuclear power plant disaster, revealing how and why it happened, and telling the shocking, remarkable stories of the heroes who risked their lives to save others.
The series stars Jared Harris (Mad Men), Stellan Skarsgård (Mamma Mia), Emily Watson (Apple Tree Yard) and Jessie Buckley (Taboo, Country Music).
Original drama Curfew is also set to be a huge hit with Sky One viewers, as it stars some big names including Sean Bean (Game of Thrones), Adrian Lester (Riviera), and Adam Brody (The OC).
The showcase also shed a light on upcoming original comedy Brassic, which will air on Sky One this year.
Written by Danny Brocklehurst (Safe) and starring Joe Gilgun (This Is England),
Michelle Keegan (Our Girl), Damien Molony (Ripper Street) and Aaron Heffernan
(The Titan, Love/Hate) – Brassic is an edgy and authentic comedy series, centring on a group of working-class friends as they find unconventional ways to win
Of course, A League Of Their Own is back with a bang this year, with a massive 13 seasons under its belt.
It’s one of the most successful and longest running entertainment shows in Sky One
history, and shows no signs of slowing down.