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Recently-launched reality TV streaming service Hayu is now available for free to Virgin Media TiVo XL subscribers.

The service offers over 3,000 episodes of reality TV shows, including 'Made in Chelsea', 'I Am Cait' and 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.

This offering will swell too – it aims to add around 500 new episodes every year. That's a lot of Kardashians.

Virgin customers who aren't on the TiVo XL package will have to pay £3.99 a month for the service, like the rest of us.

"It is such an exciting milestone to team up with Virgin Media as our first ever TV platform partner, allowing Hayu to reach an even wider audience of reality fans on the wide range of devices they use every day," said Hendrik McDermott, senior vice president of branded on-demand content for NBCUniversal, Hayu's parent company.

"As partners, we are delighted to unveil a bespoke Hayu TiVo app to provide Virgin customers with tailored access to this unique and immersive service."

The Hayu app is available for iOS and Android devices too, so you can watch Kim Kardashian on your smartphone or tablet.

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