Let Pilot TV be your guide in choosing the best shows to watch available across all streaming services and major networks like Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC, ITV, HBO and Sky!
Pilot TV – Launch Issue!
The team behind Bauer Media’s best-selling movie title Empire, have launched a new magazine curating and celebrating the best in cinematic TV.
Pilot TV, on sale 5 April, is the companion to a new TV world, where on-demand providers and platforms such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Sky, NOW TV, Virgin TV and Apple have driven a dramatic increase in the production of high quality shows.
Created by Editor-in-chief Terri White and the award-winning Empire magazine team, along with additional expertise from heat magazine’s Boyd Hilton, Pilot TV will treat this new TV landscape in the same the way Empire magazine treats film.
The magazine has three main sections: The Watchlist, (featuring the shows you should be excited about now), Features (an in-depth look at the stories and talent behind great new and classic TV) and The Box (a deep dive into the archive of classic shows available to watch).
A raft of big-name writers have contributed to the first issue, including Guardian columnist Julia Raeside, novelist and screenwriter David Whitehouse, novelist and scriptwriter Jason Arnopp and broadsheet writers and broadcasters Jude Rogers and Michael Hogan.
The issue also features a series of exclusive first-look pictures and stories including: Hugh Grant’s only interview for BBC drama A Very English Scandal; an in-depth Q&A with Michael C Hall; a first look at the new Alan Partridge; Antonio Banderas on his starring role in new show, Genius: Picasso; Noel Clarke’s very first interview for upcoming Sky One show Bulletproof; an on-set report from season two of Westworld and a huge cover story with the cast and creators of Netflix smash Luke Cage.