The Inbetweeners hit blinkbox in major deal with Channel 4

From today customers can buy the three Inbetweeners TV series and rent or buy the first hugely successful The Inbetweeners Movie on blinkbox.

Other iconic shows coming to blinkbox under the terms of the deal include Peep Show, Skins and Miranda plus recent hits such as Derek starring Ricky Gervais and acclaimed conspiracy thriller, Utopia. Also joining the service will be some recent Channel 4 films such as Stone Roses: Made of Stone, The Imposter and Pantani: Accidental Death of a Cyclist. Many new Channel 4 programmes will also become available during the lifetime of the partnership.

blinkbox Movies Managing Director Adrian Letts comments: “Channel 4 has a well-earned reputation for creating some of the best content in the world.  We’re delighted to be able to offer our customers the choice to enjoy so many iconic TV shows and great movies with us on their favourite devices. It’s a further sign of our commitment to offer a truly brilliant entertainment experience, without the need for a subscription.”

Laurence Dawkin-Jones, Channel 4’s Commercial & Business Development Director adds: “We’re pleased to be able to offer another route to market for our fantastic catalogue of programmes and many great films, offering consumers the chance to own and keep their favourite titles and hopefully discover many new ones.”

blinkbox Movies offers 20,000 of the latest  movies and TV episodes to buy or rent without subscription. Customers pay as they go and can watch on games consoles, tablets, Smart TVs, Blu-ray players, set top boxes and desktop computers.  As its part of Tesco, blinkbox Movies customers can earn Clubcard points and receive exclusive offers.

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