The BBC and ITV BritBox joint venture was first launched in the United States in 2017, before coming to Canada, United Kingdom, South Africa and Australia.
Boasting over two million subscribers worldwide, it is a streaming platform dedicated to mostly British TV series and films, supplied by BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
BritBox has the largest collection of British box-sets and films available anywhere in one place and has now added original programming.
The newest of which is a Hugh Laurie’s three-part adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel, ‘Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?’.
Bosses at the streaming platform have told reporters how happy they are at the rise of their project, with the pandemic seeing their subscriber base rise even further.
BritBox has been such a success that they are planning to launch in Sweden, Finland and Denmark before Easter, 2022.
How much is BritBox?
BritBox costs £5.99 per month on a rolling contract, or £59.99 per year and can be used on multiple devices.
You can access BritBox anywhere else you can find your favorite streaming platforms. On your TV, online, tablet or smart phone.
The platform is currently offering a seven day free trial.
What is on BritBox?
BritBox has an extensive back-catalogue of award winning productions, such as Broadchurch, Vera, Shetland, Peep Show and classics like Notting Hill, Bridget Jones’s Diary plus many more.
Soaps EastEnders, Coronation Street and Emmerdale are also streamable quickly after their original broadcast.
To browse BritBox’s extensive selection you will need to sign up for a free trial.
With its subscriber base growing, there has been an increased push on creating originals. Including the new Agatha Christie series, BritBox has productions such as The Best Must Die, Secrets of the Krays, Hotel Portofino and hit thriller ‘Crime’, adapted from Irvine Welsh’s novel.