Sky has expanded its catch-up service, Sky Go, adding three entertainment channels to its portfolio. These are: E! Entertainment Television, Syfy and Universal Channel.
These join the likes of Sky Atlantic, MTV and Nickelodeon on Sky Go.
The new channels will bring shows like Caitlin Jenner's reality show 'I Am Cait', US medical drama 'Chicago Med' and sci-fi drama 'Extant'.
The Sky Go app was recently redesigned, making it easier for customers to watch what they want when out and about.
"We know customers like to make their own TV schedule to fit around their lives," Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky's brand director of TV products, said in a statement. "It's why we're adding even more to watch on Sky Go. The arrival of shows from E!, Syfy and Universal Channel in our catch-up service continue our commitment to give customers the best TV in a way that's flexible to their lifestyles. So find your phone, log in and catch up on the latest medical drama from 'Chicago Med'."
Sky Go is a free service for Sky customers. It lets them watch via catch-up on their mobile device, desktop PC or laptop anywhere in the UK and Ireland (as long as they can get online).