UK online catch-up TV streaming service SeeSaw has rolled our 1000 hours of paid-for programmes as part of a premium service.
SeeSaw’s premium service presents shows from a range of broadcasters including MTV and BBC Worldwide.
Individual show such as the Hills can be rented from 99p to £1.19p, while web users can pay for entire series, with prices between £3.99 and £17.99, depending on how many episodes the series is made up of.
Individual shows can be rented for 30 days, while the entire series can be kept for 90 days.
Presently, only TV shows are being offered on the premium service, but SeeSaw confirmed that it had plans to offer a number of movies in the future.
SeeSaw, which was launched in February, offers nearly 3,000 hours of TV programmes from the BBC, Channel 4 and Five. It is based on technology that was originally employed for the Project Kangaroo
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