Sky has expanded the online video section of Sky Q, its next-gen set-top box. New offerings include food and drink videos from Tastemade, chuckles from Comedy Central UK, documentaries from Vice, footie action from Copa90, and gaming action from Ginx eSports TV and Machinima.
These join the established content from Funny or Die, Red Bull, GoPro and Jamie Oliver's Food Tube.
The service recently added James Corden's Carpool Karaoke, which sees celebrities join the funnyman in a car singing songs. Guests have included Adele, the First Lady Michelle Obama and Mariah Carey.
In other Sky news, Gary Neville is coming back to Sky Sports. The pundit will join Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness offering expert opinion and insight for the new Premier League season.
Rachel Riley (of 'Countdown' fame) also joins, hosting Sky's first ever coverage of matches on a Friday night.
The Premier League season kicks off on Saturday.