Posts Tagged ‘Inbetweeners’

LOVEFiLM to bring Peep Show and Inbetweeners to Instant service thanks to Channel 4 deal

Monday, January 21st, 2013

LoveFilm Instant’s catalogue of on-demand streaming titles gets a boost today with the announcement of a new content deal with Channel 4.

The Amazon-owned streaming service will now offer its members access to choice cuts from Channel 4’s 4oD online TV archive, including shows such as Peep Show (right), Father Ted, The Inbetweeners and Friday Night Dinner.

Older shows such as BAFTA award-winning Drop the Dead Donkey, drama Queer As Folk, and all four series of Teachers will also be available.

“Our TV offering has gone from strength to strength and this deal will bring even more iconic British content to the service,” said Jim Buckle, Managing Director at LOVEFiLM. “We’re proud to offer more diverse and exciting instant television programming to our members than any other subscription service.”

The new 4oD content will be housed in a branded collection on the LoveFilm Instant service, and will expand over time to include more Channel 4 TV shows including Shameless and The IT Crowd in their entireties.

“We’re very proud of our rich archive of shows on 4oD and we’re delighted to find another platform for many of them on LOVEFiLM,” Sarah Rose, Director of Commercial & Business Development at Channel 4 added

“Our growing mix of classic comedy, drama and documentary spanning 30 years of broadcasting, complements LOVEFiLM’s already diverse range of great programmes and films.”

Wondering what else is available through LoveFilm Instant? Check out our handy guide to every Netflix and LoveFilm Instant movie or TV show available in the UK now.

Via Tech Digest

Top 5 fictional teenage boys on television

Friday, August 8th, 2008


I am a teenage boy, so I should be able to speak with some authority on this subject. I can tell you, for example, that Skins is probably the least realistic portrayal of teenage life ever–if you didn’t know any better then, watching it, you might believe that teenagers actually lead exciting, or anything other than totally mundane, lives. Not true.

So what TV shows get it right? Allow me to present my Top 5 fictional teenage boys on TV:

5) Josh Ashworth from Hollyoaks

I chose Josh Ashworth over any of the other Hollyoaks characters because he was responsible for my all-time favourite Hollyoaks moment when he hit Mike Barnes over the head with a brick. Sadly no-one put it up on YouTube, so I can’t show you just how amazing it was. Maybe you can close your eyes and imagine it.