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Get flexible this New Year with YouView

With YouView’s largest ever on demand film and TV offering, there’s flexibility to fit in any New Year resolution this January.

As the frosty nights draw in, YouView customers can stay in and warm up with over 30,000 hours of the best home entertainment on demand films, box sets and TV series. Viewers can shake off those post-Christmas blues and limber-up for a joyful January of top telly from the magical Maleficent and wondrous Netflix-Original series Marco Polo, to intergalactic adventure Guardians of the Galaxy and slick spy flicks from the 007 collection.

The recent addition of Netflix, the world’s largest internet TV network, adds to a captivating collection of content that now makes up more than 40,000 titles. Other options include films from Sky Store, Sky Movies on NOW TV, plus free-to-air on demand films as well as TV series from BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4od, Demand 5, UKTV Play, Quest OD from Discovery and milkshake! offering a great mix of free and pay-as-you-go movies, box sets and TV.

YouView customers with packages from TalkTalk or BT can also access hundreds more hours of films and TV series through their dedicated on demand players.

David Faulkner, Head of Business Development at YouView, said: “We’re delighted to give families the choice and flexibility to enjoy more films and TV box sets than ever before on YouView. Recently we’ve added Netflix, Quest OD from Discovery and 30-day catch up via the new BBC iPlayer. YouView just keeps on getting better, ensuring seamless and easy access to great TV for everyone.”

Whether its action blockbusters, Oscar-winning classics or family favourites, YouView customers can fill their 2015 bucket-list using YouView’s genre browsing and easy-to-use search functions, with current highlights including:

  • Dallas Buyers Club, Marco Polo and All Hail King Julian  on Netflix;
  • The Equalizer and the Rover, A Most Wanted Man and Lucy on TalkTalk Box Office;
  • Guardians of the Galaxy, 22 Jump Street, Transformers: Age of Extinction on BT Box Office;
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Veronica Mars and Maleficent on Sky Movies via NOW TV
  • Boyhood, What We Did On Our Holiday and Wish I Was Here on Sky Store;
  • Many more free-to-air movies such as Up and Dinner for Schmucks on BBC iPlayer, the return of James Bond on ITV Player and Forrest Gump on Demand 5.

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