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TalkTalk TV has added another children's channel to its line-up - Nicktoons.

The new Nickelodeon channel is available to TalkTalk television viewers via the Kids Boost and the Entertainment Extra Boost.

These packages can be bolted on to the standard TalkTalk TV service, which is available via a connected YouView box.

Nicktoons features kids' favourites such as 'SpongeBob SquarePants', 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles', 'Sanjay & Craig' and 'T.U.F.F. Puppy'.

Viewers can tune into Nicktoons on channel 560 via their YouView box.

"YouView from TalkTalk keeps getting better, and from this week younger viewers can enjoy a host of great cartoons on Nicktoons," TalkTalk stated.

"We know families love TalkTalk TV, and that children’s shows like 'Peppa Pig' and 'Dora the Explorer' are some of the most requested in the TalkTalk Player, so we’re sure this channel will be a big hit."

With the addition of Nicktoons, TalkTalk TV's Entertainment Extra Boost now includes more than 60 channels, from both sides of the Atlantic.

The package includes children’s content, along with music, factual and entertainment programming.

The Kids' Boost offers access to a range of children's channels for just £5 per month, including Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Cartoon Network, Nick Jr and Nicktoons.

"Featuring the best of Mickey, Spongebob, Ben 10, Jessie and many more, your kids will never be short of something to watch," TalkTalk claimed. TalkTalk TV Boosts are available a month at a time with no ongoing commitment.

This means viewers can join on an ad hoc basis, simply cancelling their subscription if they no longer want to have access.

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