Here at Virgin Atlantic, we’re proud to be one of the few airlines that selects their own movie and TV content – it’s all chosen by us, just for you. We’ve got loads of new TV content onboard each month from binge worthy boxsets, laugh-out-loud comedies right through to thought provoking documentaries.

Addicted to boxsets? We’ve got more than 30 onboard, from gripping thrillers to the latest comedies.

And don't forget to check out our family friendly viewing; to keep our younger travellers occupied.

Just a note: We have different types of entertainment systems on our aircraft, so sometimes the line up varies.

The Biggest Little Farm

Beautifully shot, uplifting documentary following the ups and downs of an intrepid couple trying to build a sustainable farm on land outside LA. As they get to grips with complex ecosystems, the desolate land begins to thrive and is transformed…

David Makes Man

Brilliant coming-of-age drama series set in South Florida, where poverty-stricken teen David juggles his studies at a school for gifted kids with his hardscrabble existence on the streets. It’s a balancing act that comes with a price... 

Dior & I

Superb film following Dior’s then-new creative director Raf Simons as he struggles to ready a catwalk show in just eight weeks. Following his nail-biting journey affords us an incredible insight into the creative process as well as the inner workings of an iconic fashion house.

Euphoria

Multimedia superstar Zendaya stars in a dynamic new HBO drama series that follows a group of high-school students as they navigate today’s increasingly unstable world.

Good Omens

Based on the book of the same name by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. This acclaimed and very funny fantasy series stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen as a demon and angel who form an unlikely alliance in an attempt to stop the upcoming Armageddon.

Hail Satan?

Don’t be fooled by the title, this thought-provoking and witty documentary has nothing to do with old Beelzebub himself, it’s about The Satanic Temple, the strangely monikered US religion who are advocates for religious freedom and want to challenge the status quo.

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

This acclaimed comedy about ‘the gang’, a group of debauched mates who run a pub, is now 13 series’ old, making it one of the longest-running sitcoms in US TV history. There’s a reason for that longevity. It’s very funny indeed. 

The Kominsky Method

Brilliant sitcom about the perils of getting old, starring Michael Douglas as acting coach Sandy Kominsky, and Alan Arkin as his long-suffering pal and agent, Norman. Watching these two legends of the screen strut their stuff is an absolute joy.

Lambs of God

Based on a novel, this dark, gothic drama series tells of three eccentric and sheltered nuns living in an isolated convent by the coast. When a visit from a stranger puts their ;way of life at risk, fate intervenes and the sisters take extraordinary measures.

Man Like Mobeen

Fresh, very funny, and rightly adored by critics, Man Like Mobeen focuses on Mobeen, a Brummie Muslim struggling with his criminal past and grappling with his faith. However, the biggest problem he faces is single-handedly raising his 15-year-old sister.

The Planets

Breath-taking documentary series in which Professor Brian Cox uses new and advanced technology in order to examine theories and hypotheses about the formation and evolution of the solar system, based on the eight planets that make it up.

Shrill

A comedy series starring Saturday Night Live’s Aidy Bryant as Annie, a larger woman who’s more than happy with her body but would dearly like to do something about the rest of her life. In other words, her career, her boyfriend, her parents, her boss...

Succession

Return of the bitingly funny HBO drama series that explores themes of power, politics and family through the eyes of an aging, uber-wealthy media mogul and his four grown children.

Slow TV: Piip Show

Are you ready for Slow TV? Piip Show is the oddly compelling programme in which not much happens apart from wild birds visiting nesting boxes. It’s a welcome and relaxing antidote to the usual breathless and fast-moving style of TV. 

What We Do in the Shadows

A look into the lives of four vampires who have been roommates for hundreds and hundreds of years.