Sky's Now TV service has taken another big step - with the streaming service now offering its entertainment channels on top of sport and movies.
With an introductory price of a fiver, people can stream ten of Sky's headline channels, including the critically acclaimed Sky Atlantic, Sky One, Sky Living and Fox.
Sky's announcement says that shows will be available both live and on demand, and will therefore offer access to brand new seasons of some of the biggest shows from across the planet.
Also on offer is boxsets of whole seasons of The Wire, Karl Pilkington's An Idiot Abroad and Mad Dogs.
However, for those people who access Now TV through a mobile device other than a PC or an Xbox you might well have to wait a while. Sky's is talking about a phased roll out over the next few months, which includes iOS and Android.
At launch, you will have to use Now TV's entertainment offering through PS3, Roku, Macs, PC or the rather brilliant little Now TV box which costs less than £10.
You can register up to four devices at a time for Now TV and the entertainment package, which will be a darn sight more useful when more devices are granted the new offering.
Still, the prospect of being able to pay a much reduced fee to get access to shows like Boardwalk Empire, American Horror Story or, going forward, Game of Thrones without needed a Sky dish or any of the other channels you don't want may well be attractive.
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