Freesat adds new Sky channels Pick+1 and Challenge+1

Paul Gilshan

Paul Gilshan

UK free satellite TV service Freesat has added two new time-shift channels from Sky, Pick+1 and Challenge+1.

Pick+1 guarantees viewers easy-to-watch telly with a window to real life and unashamedly escapist entertainment. Challenge+1 is the home of cult competition and game shows such as the classic Who Wants to be a Millionaire, Pointless and TNA: Impact Wrestling.

“With more than 200 channels on offer, we’re able to bring our viewers more choice than ever across film, lifestyle, music and children’s programming,” comments Paul Gilshan, Freesat’s Marketing and Communications Director. “We’re excited to add Pick+1 and Challenge+1 to Freesat’s ever-expanding entertainment line-up, guaranteeing free TV viewers will never be short of something great to watch. And best of all, it’s subscription free.”

Pick+1 and Challenge+1 will be available on channels 159 and 160 respectively

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