Sky is set to further increase the appeal of its On Demand service by adding 20 new channels over the next year.
Discovery, Dave, Gold and Cartoon Network will all arrive on catch-up TV before the end of 2013, with more channels to follow in the new year.
On Demand gives viewers the opportunity to watch content from BBC iPlayer, ITV on demand, 4oD and Demand 5 through their connected set-top box.
TV channels including Sky 1, Sky Arts, Sky Atlantic, SyFy and FOX are also available through the platform.
In order to access content, customers simply need to connect a compatible Sky+ box to their broadband router and then use their TV guide.
With Sky launching two new set-top boxes with built-in Wi-Fi - Sky+HD and Sky+HD 2TB - it will soon be easier than ever for viewers to access On Demand.
As well as gaining access to new channels, On Demand viewers will soon be able to choose from a wider range of TV box sets.
This autumn, Sky is adding Hannibal series one, Friday Night Lights series one and two, Falling Skies series one and two, and Rescue Me series one and two to its On Demand catalogue.