The move means customers can enjoy a mix of archive and new shows on GOLD, Watch, Alibi, Eden, Good Food and Home from today until 8 January at no extra cost.
TalkTalk's decision to give away YouView boxes to new and existing phone and broadband customers has helped it become the UK's third biggest pay-TV provider.
The Collections from ITV add-on costs £5 a month with no minimum term and will free to all of the service’s 1.2 million homes for a month, starting from 20th November.
TalkTalk says it added 115,000 subscribers to its TV platform in the three months ending September 30th (Quarter 2), taking the total user base to 1.2m.
The new TVBox package gives TalkTalk’s TV customers on demand box sets of hit US TV series including Suits, Grimm and all seven seasons of 30 Rock for £5 a month.
The three month special offer represents a £25pm saving on the firm’s regular combined price for its Sky Movies and Sky Sports Boosts.
Customers were previously able to watch TalkTalk’s subscription channel ‘boosts’ on multiple boxes without paying an additional fee.
TalkTalk is adding BoxNation and Premier Sports to its TV service, boosting the number of sports channels available to subscribers.