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TalkTalk TV has added a new boost that offers 200 hours of ITV shows, including 'Birds of a Feather', 'The Bletchley Circle', 'Celebrity Juice', 'Hell's Kitchen USA' and 'Lewis', among others.

It's called Collections from ITV, and costs £5 a month. Starting today, customers can get the boost free for a month on a trial basis.

It's available to all YouView customers with a TalkTalk TV box.

"We're really excited to welcome more ITV shows to the TalkTalk Player through our new handpicked package," Olivia Streatfield from TalkTalk said in a statement. "Collections from ITV gives customers simple, flexible and affordable access to more dramas, game shows and reality TV. This additional service is part of our commitment to make Britain better off by continuing to build on our award-winning content from all over the globe to ensure homes have a wealth of family entertainment at an affordable price."

Neale Dennet, controller of pay and distribution at ITV, added: "We are delighted to partner with TalkTalk to offer their customers a bespoke package of ITV's quality content on-demand. The partnership is a further example of ITV's commitment to deliver our content whenever and wherever audiences want it."

TalkTalk has also added NBC Universal's US Boxsets to its monthly boost through its TVBox package. TVBox includes 'Suits', 'Grimm' and '30 Rock', among others.

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