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Subscribers to BT's broadband TV bundles will soon be able to watch a number of additional hit US shows on-demand.

BT Vision has signed a new deal with NBC Universal International Television Distribution, allowing the provider to broadcast popular series including Heroes and Bionic Woman over the platform.

The award-winning House, which stars Hugh Laurie, and the US version of The Office will be among the first shows to be made available to broadband TV customers, while a number of new titles are set to be added in the coming weeks.

TV Pack subscribers will be able to access the content at no extra charge, while other customers can watch on a pay-per-episode basis.

BT Vision Chief Executive Marc Watson said the firm was "delighted" to sign a deal with NBC Universal – a major TV production firm.

He added: "We can [now] offer some of the most successful US drama series all in one place and available for TV pack customers to watch whenever they want."

Customers can currently qualify for three months' free service when they purchase BT broadband TV bundles through Top 10 Broadband.

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