From today, Entertainment channel FX, the home of True Blood, Falling Skies and Dexter, joins Sky Go, giving millions of Sky customers an even bigger choice of their favourite shows to watch on the go.

Sky Go customers will be able to enjoy critically-acclaimed drama from FX, including the UK premiere of series three of The Walking Dead and the grisly fear- fest American Horror Story: Asylum - both kicking off this Autumn.

  • Hit zombie thriller The Walking Dead returns, and this time around Andrew Lincoln needs to not only fight the dead but fear the living. Starring British actor David Morrissey as The Governor.

  • The sexiest and scariest thrill ride on television, American Horror Story: Asylum stars Jessica Lange, Joseph Fiennes, Zachary Quinto, Chloe Sevigny and Maroon 5’s Adam Levine. Not for the faint hearted, viewers can expect a macabre mash up of nuns, aliens and a serial killer named Bloody Face.

FX joins a growing line up of partner channels available through Sky Go, which already includes live sport from Eurosport and ESPN and popular children’s shows from Disney, Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon. As previously announced, Channel 4 content will join the service next year.

Sky Go customers can access hundreds of hours of live and on demand entertainment on the go, across 43 different channels on PC and XBox and 33 channels on smartphones and tablets, in line with their main Sky subscriptions.

Customers can choose from a huge variety of shows to keep them entertained with great entertainment box sets, a library of hundreds of the latest Sky Movies blockbusters, as well as the best in live sport. All Sky Go content is available to watch whenever and wherever suits users – whether it’s on your laptop at home or on your iPad when you’re away for the weekend, in the hairdressers, or on the way to work.

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