Got BT Broadband or BT TV? Get six months of BritBox on usJun 16 | 5 min read
BritBox - Get six months on us: Watch classic dramas, comedies and films all in one place with BT TV or BT Broadband
BT broadband and TV customers can get six months of BritBox, giving you access to new Spitting Image, Downton Abbey, Doctor Who, Only Fools and Horses and more.
Watch the Beast Must Die on BritBox with BT TV
There’s never been a better time to sign up for BritBox, because if you use BT broadband or BT TV, the next six months are on us.
In My BT, you can add BritBox to your package and we'll let you know when these six months are coming to an end.
If you choose to continue watching, £5.99 will be added to your BT bill each month.
You can cancel your subscription anytime through your My BT account.
Add BritBox to your package in My BT and watch the biggest collection of British box sets on your TV.
You will can browse and play BritBox content on your telly using your BT TV set-top box (Excluding the older H3 TV box)
We'll let you know when these six months are coming to an end. If you choose to continue watching, £5.99 will be added to your BT bill each month.
You can cancel your subscription anytime through your My BT account.
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Ways to watch BritBox with BT
1. Your BT TV box
If you’re a BT TV customer, just head to the Apps area and press on the BritBox section.
Log in once – we’ll remember your details after that – and you can watch all the best comedy, drama and entertainment box sets on your TV.
BT Broadband customers who get the six months of BritBox offer from BT can watch their favourite series online on BritBox.co.uk
3. The BritBox app
BT Broadband customers who get the six months of BritBox offer can download the BritBox App (Available on the Apple App Store and Google Play) and watch shows on their phone, tablet and Smart TV).
What is BritBox?
BritBox is a new subscription streaming service created by the BBC and ITV to bring together the very best in British programming from the past, present and future.
It’s your next must-have streaming service, showcasing the biggest box of British box sets alongside BritBox Originals.
BritBox has something for everyone: from costume and comedy, to drama and detectives, facts and film from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
Enjoy classics, award winners and brand new content too. All in one place, ad-free and with no contracts.
New and upcoming shows on BritBox
Whether you want original drama or a classic boxset, BritBox has you covered this summer.
BritBox Original The Beast Must Die, starring Cush Jumbo, Billy Howle and Jared Harris, has won critical acclaim and all five episodes are available to stream frome June 17th.
Ben Miller stars as Jasper Tempest, a Cambridge criminology professor in Professor T. Frances de la Tour also stars in the crime drama, which is based on a hit Belgian series of the same name.
Channel 4 and Russell T Davies must-see drama It’s A Sin about the AIDS crisis is also coming to BritBox in June, along with Ackley Bridge season 4 and Jimmy McGovern’s anthology series Moving On.
New Spitting Image - Exclusive to BritBox
After a 24 year break, Bafta-winning satirical puppet series Spitting Image returned to TV in 2020, exclusively on BritBox.
Dominic Cummings, Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Prince Harry were among the celebrities mercilessly mocked by the show.
The show was a massive hit for BritBox last year and a new series will be released this autumn.
The best of British Cinema with Film4
From 90s classic Trainspotting and 2011’s teen comedy The Inbetweeners Movie to Cate Blanchett’s Charlotte Gray and Bob Hoskin’s 80s favourite The Long Good Friday, there will be 50 titles in the collection by the end of the year.
Out of this World sci-fi
The nostalgic collection also includes Patrick MacNee and Diana Rigg in The Avengers, Peter Cushing’s Doctor Who and the Daleks, David Bowie’s The Man Who Fell To Earth and every season of Terry Nation’s acclaimed sci-fi series Survivors.
If that’s not enough for you there’s also the original Patrick McGoohan sci-fi thriller The Prisoner from 1967, Joanna Lumley and David McCallum’s unforgettable Sapphire and Steel and a collection of Gerry Anderson favourites including Space 1999, Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlett and The Mysterons.
Exclusive new series coming to BritBox
BritBox isn’t just the home of the biggest collection of British box sets, it’s also going to be creating original series.
The BritBox originals include The Beast Must Die, which stars Cush Jumbo, Nathaniel Parker, Billy Howle and Jared Harris in a story about a grieving mother who infiltrates the life of the man she believes killed her son.
Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting) is adapting is his novel Crime into a six-part series, which will star Dougray Scott as Detective Inspector Ray Lennox who is investigating the disappearance of a school girl while battling personal demons,
An adaptation of Anthony Horowitz bestselling novel Magpie Murders is also being made, which has been billed as an “extraordinary and distinctive drama” unlike any crime show that’s gone before.
Anthony Horowitz said: "Magpie Murders is my most successful novel and it wasn’t easy to adapt. But I think the result is a completely original drama that will delight and beguile audiences in equal measure."
The channel is also releasing original documentaries such as Secrets of the Krays and from July 15th will be the home of The Wedding Of The Century, a lovingly restored film from Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles’ 1981 ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.
British Movietone shot the wedding on 35mm film, a format that is capable of being upgraded to today’s 4k resolution, and the footage has now been lovingly restored to a much clearer version than was ever thought possible. A highlight of this new version is the ability to see every detail down to the creases in Diana’s iconic gown as she steps out of the royal carriage.
Classic kids TV on BritBox
On top of the hours and hours of classic drama and comedy box sets, BritBox has launched a series of nostalgic treats with classic children’s television.
The first batch of shows included The Worst Witch (1998), Press Gang (1989), and Children’s Ward (1989) and episodes of Puddle Lane (1985), Murphy’s Mob (1982), Jungle Run (1999), Tots TV (1993), Wizadora (1991), Wolves, Witches and Giants (1995), and Woof! (1989).
King Rollo, classic Grange Hill, The Adventure Game, Rentaghost, Mr Benn, The Demon Headmaster and Maid Marian and Her Merry Men are also available to binge.
BritBox also has a Gerry Anderson collection with 10 of the best episodes of Thunderbirds and classic Captain Scarlet, Joe 90 and Stingray.
Coming this summer, the whole family can enjoy all three seasons of Bananaman (1983-86), Captain Pugwash (1974-75), Dennish & Gnasher (1996-98), The Famous Five (1978) and Bagpuss (1974).
The biggest Doctor Who collection ever
BritBox’s Doctor Who collection also includes spin-offs, documentaries and many more rarely seen treasures such as animated stories The Power Of The Daleks and The Macra Terror.
If watched back-to-back without stopping to eat, drink or sleep it would take a committed viewer around 272 hours or over 11 days to watch everything - assuming you don't have access to a time-bending Tardis!
Carry On streaming
BritBox has the largest collection of Carry On films available to stream in the UK. A British comedy institution, fans will love taking a trip down memory lane with the naughty jokes and unforgettable one-liners,
The collection includes Carry On Camping, Carry On Abroad, Carry On Henry and a lovingly restored and upscaled Carry On Up The Khyber starring Sid James, Terry Scott, Roy Castle and Peter Butterworth.