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BT's broadband TV bundles look more attractive than ever this week after the firm agreed a major deal with Twentieth Century Fox.

Hit shows such as Prison Break and The X-Files will be made available to BT Vision subscribers on-demand from today, allowing viewers to follow the desperate struggles of fugitives Michael Schofield and Lincoln Burrows, and the paranormal investigations of Mulder and Scully.

BT Vision's TV Pack customers will also be able to see Jack Bauer take down international terrorist cells in the first four seasons of 24, and remind themselves of how Buffy The Vampire Slayer saved the world back in the 1990s.

Marc Watson, Chief Executive of Television and Online Services at BT Retail, said the broadband provider was "delighted" with the agreement with Fox.

He added: "We can offer BT Vision customers the best US TV drama. The addition of Fox to BT Vision is a substantial, high-profile addition to our service."

Gina Brogi, Senior Vice-President Worldwide of Pay Television at Fox, said the iconic series were sure to "captivate" BT Vision viewers.

"We are thrilled to have them as part of BT's TV Pack," she added.

Earlier this month, BT Vision signed a deal with NBC Universal International Television Distribution to make network dramas including Heroes and Bionic Woman available over the platform.

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