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.
Look out for anything labelled “Vera Loves” – that means we think it’s the best of the best. Each month we use the Vera Loves stamp of approval to highlight the entertainment we wouldn’t want you to miss.
We might champion actors or musicians to watch out for, new or unusual filming techniques, right through to massive blockbusters. Whatever you choose, you can be sure that it’s been picked with passion.
Remember, this is just a small taste of the huge amount of TV shows you'll find onboard.
Just a note: as we have different types of entertainment systems on our aircraft, the line up may vary.
This feature-length documentary makes brilliant use of restored footage, employing a bare-bones cinema verité style in order to take a look at the 1969 moon landings led by commander Neil Armstrong and pilots Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.
Roll up, roll up, get your schadenfreude here. Billed as a ‘true crime comedy’, this documentary tells the story of the ill-fated Fyre festival of 2017, an Instagram-driven event that promised never-ending glamour but delivered only misery for its attendees.
A big favourite on the freewheeling TV channel Dave, comedy panel show Hypothetical finds Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster posing a series of absurd theoretical situations to two teams of comedians and then awarding points for the answers.
I Am the Night
Based on author Fauna Hodel’s true-life account of her involvement in the 1947 Black Dahlia murder case, this mini-series stars India Eisley as Fauna, who teams up with Jay (Chris Pine) to investigate and ultimately reveal the shocking secrets of her past…
Make Us Dream
Steven Gerrard’s soccer career began when he joined Liverpool FC aged just eight. Twenty-six years later he left, having won a ton of silverware and become a Liverpool legend to rank alongside Kenny Dalglish or John Barnes. This superb, feature-length documentary tells his story.
Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing
What could be better than hanging out with Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse as they shoot the breeze and do a little bit of angling into the bargain? Nothing, as it turns out. This show offering precisely that experience is pure comedy gold.
My Dad Wrote a Porno
The hit British podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno comes to HBO in this outrageous comedy special, with friends Jamie Morton, James Cooper and Alice Levine reading a chapter in Jamie’s father’s “erotic” book series.
Get your fix of intrigue and jet-setting glamour with this series set in the sparkling French Riviera. Georgina (Julia Stiles) had only just married billionaire Constantine when he copped it in an explosion. And yet worse was to come…
This nail-biting psychological thriller series is set in Brisbane and focuses on a group of friends whose sailing holiday to Indonesia alters their lives after they come across a boat overloaded with asylum seekers. We have all four gripping episode onboard.
What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali
Two-part HBO Sports documentary chronicling the extraordinary life of one of the 20th Century’s most iconic figures.
Year of the Rabbit
Matt Berry leads an all-star cast as Detective Inspector Rabbit, a hardened booze-hound who along with his partner joins forces with the UK’s first female cop to tackle crime in Victorian London. As you'd expect from this crew, it's very funny indeed.
Years and Years
TV genius Russell T Davies is the brains behind this drama about a lively Manchester family navigating life in a society made unstable by climate change, economic shifts, political instability and technological change. Sound familiar?
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