Sky Living is a UK television channel owned by British Sky Broadcasting, who purchased the Living TV Group group in 2010. Originally launched as UK Living in 1993, the channel changed its name to Living TV in 1997 and then to Living in 2007. On 1 February 2011 Living changed its name to Sky Living. The channel’s programming was aimed mainly at women and young adults, but with new shows such as CSI, Close to Home and Boston Legal, the channel is now broadening its audience reach to a wider range of demographics including men aged 18–45.
Sky Living refreshed its presentation with a new silver logo On Monday 30th September 2013
Sky Living unveiled a new look along with Sky Arts, Sky Atlantic and Sky1 on Tuesday 19th April 2016.
UK Living launched on 1 September 1993, and was owned by Thames Television and Tele-Communications_Inc.
On the 1 October 1997 the station was renamed to "Living". When the BBC and Flextech launched the UKTV network, it was decided that UK Living would remain a separate channel.
Living's presentation was revised again in May 2000.
Living was relaunched on 30 November 2009, coinciding with the rebranding of its sister station, Living It.
BSkyB announced on 25 October 2010, that Living would be rebranded as Sky Living in early 2011.