Nat Geo Wild will join the likes of Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky Arts, Sky Living, Comedy Central, Discovery, Fox, ITV Encore and MTV in the £6.99 Entertainment Month Pass, with children's channels Disney, Nickelodeon and Nick Jr leaving the pack in June.
Children's content, except from the Disney Channel, will continue to be available via a separate Kids Pack.
The Entertainment Pass will continue to offer exclusive access to shows on Sky Atlantic, such as Game of Thrones and new show Billions. Other programme highlights include 11.22.63 on FOX and Harlan Coben’s The Five, on Sky 1, plus over 250 Box Sets ranging from Sex and The City, Revenge, Penny Dreadful and True Detective.
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