Monday will see a Channel 4 bonanza on Sky, with 4oD catch-up and archive shows live and on-demand through Sky+ and Sky Go, More4 HD joining the Sky Guide and Film4 HD to come.
Sky’s on-demand catch-up section will complete its line-up of UK public service channels when 4oD opens for business on Monday, March 18.
Channel 4 will also add a library of older shows and series to Sky’s on-demand archive, with shows like The Inbetweeners, Shameless, Spaced, Father Ted, The IT Crowd and This Is England ’88.
Freesat suffers a blow to its range of exclusive HD channels as More4 HD joins Sky, with Film4 HD coming in September.
Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky’s director of TV products, said: “The way people enjoy TV is changing as customers embrace technology to take control over their viewing.
“Over two million Sky customers have already connected their Sky+ box to the Internet so they can enjoy our full catch-up and On Demand service.”