Win An Incredible Tech Bundle With NOW TV

That summer feeling doesn't have to end as NOW TV has got your September sorted with the latest and best shows, plus a whole host of unmissable movies!

So, whether you fancy getting stuck into outrageous new comedy Brassic or you've been dying to see the award-winning Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody – there's something for everyone this September on NOW TV!

We're giving away an incredible tech bundle including a NOW TV Smart Stick with 12 months Entertainment & Sky Cinema Passes, a 49" UHD TV, an LG Sound Bar and a Popcorn Maker.

For your chance to win, simply scroll down, watch the Brassic trailer and answer the question.

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With NOW TV there's something for everyone to enjoy! Check out our top picks below…

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Streaming 20 September

If you missed this in the cinema, now is your chance to watch! Rami Malek stars in the award-winning role as Freddie Mercury, the charismatic lead singer of Queen. An emotional rollercoaster of a movie, which tells the electrifying story of how Queen rose to rock-and-roll stardom. You’ll be humming along for days!

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Streaming now

When a plane carrying 191 passengers mysteriously disappears from the sky, it’s assumed the worst has happened. When Flight 828 finally lands, the passengers and crew discover that five years have passed. As their new reality becomes clear, an even deeper mystery unfolds. If you loved Lost, this one is for you!

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Streaming 27 September

Based on true events, this edge-of-your-seat thriller retells the tragic story of the 2008 terrorist attacks, which unfolded in Mumbai, India. The Sky Original production which stars Dev Patel (Slumdog Millionaire) will send a shiver up your spine – you’ve been warned!

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For your chance to win, simply watch the Brassic trailer and answer the multiple-choice question.

Entries close at 23:59 on 29th September 2019. T&Cs Apply.

Q: From the trailer, which illegal activity do the Brassic characters admit to participating in?

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