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TalkTalk is offering TV customers the chance to enjoy the very best in home entertainment for half price after launching a number of new deals on its entertainment, sports and movies packages.

Until February 19th, TalkTalk TV customers can take advantage of three months' half price Entertainment Extra Boost, as well as three months' half price Sky Sports and Sky Movies Boosts.

Customers will receive a full three months for half price, as long as they sign up within the timeframe, and begin enjoying some of the small screen's most popular dramas, documentaries and comedies, with 60 channels available through the Entertainment Extra Boost.

As well as Scandal on Sky Living and Ross Kemp: Extreme World on Sky 1, Fox will be airing the new number one US show Murder in The First on Fox, and the fifth season of the acclaimed The Walking Dead on the same channel.

Existing TalkTalk Plus TV homes can upgrade to the Entertainment Extra Boost at half price for £5 a month, while those with TalkTalk Essential TV homes can access the boost for £7.50 a month for the first three months.

Those looking for a film fix can upgrade to the Sky Movies Boost, which provides access to over 900 movies on-demand across 11 channels, including new blockbusters such as Disney hit Maleficent, superhero saga The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and swords and sandals action in 300: Rise of An Empire.

Sports fans can take up the Sky Sports boost and gain access to six Sky Sports channels showing a huge range of sports from around the world, including Barclays Premier League football from England, international cricket from Australia, European rugby from across the continent, and Premier League PDC Darts, Homes can receive the combined Sky Sports and Sky Movies boosts for just £20 a month for three months, providing they sign up before February 19th.

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