TalkTalk has published a TV guide for viewers looking to make the most of their YouView boxes this January.
The broadband, home phone and IPTV set-top box provider has recommended a number of programmes which may appeal to its customers.
Firstly, the firm has pointed viewers in the direction of WarnerTV, which it says is "all about comedy this month".
"There’s Two and a Half Men with the yummy Ashton Kutcher, The Big Bang Theory with geeky Sheldon and 2 Broke Girls with the hilarious Oleg," TalkTalk stated.
"And if you missed the magical Once Upon A Time on Channel 5 last year, we can help! ABC TV On Demand brings you the entire first season of the charming new take on classic fairy tales."
The firm explained that both WarnerTV and ABC TV On Demand are part of its TV Gift, which viewers can access via the TalkTalk Player.
Meanwhile, reality TV fans can sit back and watch all six series of US smash hit Jersey Shore on MTV, which is available as part of the Entertainment Boost.
The show is airing 9pm to 1am every night until January 20th, giving YouView customers the chance to say goodbye to this popular show.
"With so much on TV these days it would have been easy to overlook a show like The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, but that’s why we’re here," TalkTalk stated.
"We highly recommend you catch it on FX, which is airing the ridiculously funny series about compulsive liar Todd on Tuesdays at 9.30pm from January 22nd."
Viewers are also being urged to tune into three prime time reality TV shows - Dancing on Ice on ITV, Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5 and new ITV series Splash.
"So if watching your favourite celebs challenge themselves learning to ice dance, dive or survive the trials and tribulations of the Big Brother house is your thing, you can catch up on what you missed now with our seven-day backwards programme guide," the firm noted.
TalkTalk urged YouView customers to take advantage of the "huge library" of on-demand content available with the TalkTalk Player.
This allows viewers to tune into their favourite shows at their convenience, in the comfort of their living room.