TalkTalk TV viewers will now be able to watch 'Wallace & Gromit' adventures via their YouView set-top box.
The legendary stop-motion characters - created by Nick Park of Aardman Animations - have landed on TalkTalk's television service, giving subscribers another viewing option.
Having made their debut in 1989's 'A Grand Day Out', the cheese-loving inventor and his silent - yet highly intelligent - pet dog have become worldwide sensations.
The characters have appeared in a number of short films, special clips, a TV series and even a feature-length movie - 'The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'.
And now TalkTalk TV viewers can see the loveable duo in action via the Kids Boost and Entertainment Extra Boost packages.
Customers can bolt these onto their Freeview service for a small monthly fee, with no long-term commitment required.
Henrik Karlberg, Head of Pay TV at TalkTalk, said he was "really pleased" to add 'Wallace & Gromit' to the firm's content line-up.
He explained that pre-school favourite 'Timmy Time' is also now available to viewers, joining the "ever-growing" catalogue of children's shows viewers can access on-demand.
"The two British animations join popular hits 'Peppa Pig', 'Pingu', 'Fireman Sam' and 'Thomas and Friends' and will be available on-demand and through the Scamp TV channel available in the Kids Boost and Entertainment Extra Boost," Mr Karlberg stated.
"Both shows are created by Academy Award-winning Aardman Animations, who in addition to 'Wallace & Gromit', are also behind feature films 'Chicken Run' and 'The Pirates! Band of Misfits'."
He said the deal builds on TalkTalk's "great" pre-school offering, and is "a welcome addition" as the service becomes a destination for family TV.