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Groundhog Day: Sky is celebrating the Pennsylvania holiday in a very repetitive fashion

It comes on the same day every year, and it always catches us off guard.

No, it’s not Groundhog’s DayPennsylvania’s holiday tradition that has survived through Bill Murray in the 1993 comedy of the same name, but on Sky’s anniversary.

As has become common practice, Sky’s TV schedulers have sensed an opportunity and are airing the series a total of 11 times in a row.

If you are a difficult person Groundhog’s Day fans, you’ll be able to watch the film from 6:15 a.m. – that’s when the first screening begins – and can do so until 11:45 p.m. tonight.

The schedule was pointed out by television journalist Scott Bryan, who wrote?: “Yes. Sky Comedy did it again. And again. And again. And again.”

The hit comedy, directed by Harold Ramis, is about weatherman Murray, who is stuck in a time loop, having to relive the same day until he gets it right.

Stephen Tobolowsky as Ned Ryerson in ‘Groundhog Day’

(Columbia / Kobal / Shutterstock)

It comes on the same day every year, and it always catches us off guard.

No, it’s not Groundhog’s DayPennsylvania’s holiday tradition that has survived through Bill Murray in the 1993 comedy of the same name, but on Sky’s anniversary.

As has become common practice, TV schedulers have recognized the opportunity and are airing the series a total of 13 times in a row.

If you are a difficult person Groundhog’s Day fans, you’ll be able to watch the film from 6:15 a.m. – that’s when the first screening begins – and can do so until 11:45 p.m. tonight.

But be prepared to remain sober for quite a while; The final broadcast will end 24 hours later.

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The schedule was pointed out by television journalist Scott Bryan, who wrote?: “Yes. Sky Comedy did it again. And again. And again. And again.”

The hit comedy, directed by Harold Ramis, is about weatherman Murray, who is stuck in a time loop, having to relive the same day until he gets it right.

Stephen Tobolowsky as Ned Ryerson in ‘Groundhog Day’

(Columbia / Kobal / Shutterstock)

It comes on the same day every year, and it always catches us off guard.

No, it’s not Groundhog’s DayPennsylvania’s holiday tradition that has survived through Bill Murray in the 1993 comedy of the same name, but on Sky’s anniversary.

As has become common practice, TV schedulers have recognized the opportunity and are airing the series a total of 13 times in a row.

If you are a difficult person Groundhog’s Day fans, you’ll be able to watch the film from 6:15 a.m. – that’s when the first screening begins – and can do so until 11:45 p.m. tonight.

But be prepared to remain sober for quite a while; The final broadcast will end 24 hours later.

The schedule was pointed out by television journalist Scott Bryan, who wrote?: “Yes. Sky Comedy did it again. And again. And again. And again.”

The hit comedy, directed by Harold Ramis, is about weatherman Murray, who is stuck in a time loop, having to relive the same day until he gets it right.

Stephen Tobolowsky as Ned Ryerson in ‘Groundhog Day’

(Columbia / Kobal / Shutterstock)

It comes on the same day every year, and it always catches us off guard.

No, it’s not Groundhog’s DayPennsylvania’s holiday tradition that has survived through Bill Murray in the 1993 comedy of the same name, but on Sky’s anniversary.

As has become common practice, TV schedulers have recognized the opportunity and are airing the series a total of 13 times in a row.

If you are a difficult person Groundhog’s Day fans, you’ll be able to watch the film from 6:15 a.m. – that’s when the first screening begins – and can do so until 11:45 p.m. tonight.

But be prepared to remain sober for quite a while; The final broadcast will end 24 hours later.

The schedule was pointed out by television journalist Scott Bryan, who wrote?: “Yes. Sky Comedy did it again. And again. And again. And again.”

The hit comedy, directed by Harold Ramis, is about weatherman Murray, who is stuck in a time loop, having to relive the same day until he gets it right.

Stephen Tobolowsky as Ned Ryerson in ‘Groundhog Day’

(Columbia / Kobal / Shutterstock)

It comes on the same day every year, and it always catches us off guard.

No, it’s not Groundhog’s DayPennsylvania’s holiday tradition that has survived through Bill Murray in the 1993 comedy of the same name, but on Sky’s anniversary.

As has become common practice, TV schedulers have recognized the opportunity and are airing the series a total of 13 times in a row.

If you are a difficult person Groundhog’s Day fans, you’ll be able to watch the film from 6:15 a.m. – that’s when the first screening begins – and can do so until 11:45 p.m. tonight.

But be prepared to remain sober for quite a while; The final broadcast will end 24 hours later.

The schedule was pointed out by television journalist Scott Bryan, who wrote?: “Yes. Sky Comedy did it again. And again. And again. And again.”

The hit comedy, directed by Harold Ramis, is about weatherman Murray, who is stuck in a time loop, having to relive the same day until he gets it right.

Stephen Tobolowsky as Ned Ryerson in ‘Groundhog Day’

(Columbia / Kobal / Shutterstock)

It comes on the same day every year, and it always catches us off guard.

No, it’s not Groundhog’s DayPennsylvania’s holiday tradition that has survived through Bill Murray in the 1993 comedy of the same name, but on Sky’s anniversary.

As has become common practice, TV schedulers have recognized the opportunity and are airing the series a total of 13 times in a row.

If you are a difficult person Groundhog’s Day fans, you’ll be able to watch the film from 6:15 a.m. – that’s when the first screening begins – and can do so until 11:45 p.m. tonight.

But be prepared to remain sober for quite a while; The final broadcast will end 24 hours later.

The schedule was pointed out by television journalist Scott Bryan, who wrote?: “Yes. Sky Comedy did it again. And again. And again. And again.”

The hit comedy, directed by Harold Ramis, is about weatherman Murray, who is stuck in a time loop, having to relive the same day until he gets it right.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/groundhog-day-bill-murray-sky-b2005799.html Groundhog Day: Sky is celebrating the Pennsylvania holiday in a very repetitive fashion

Tom Vazquez

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