Amazon-owned media streaming service LOVEFiLM has penned an agreement with BBC and ITV to bring a host of British programming to its subscribers, including the likes of Spooks, Prime Suspect and Life On Mars.
LOVEFiLM has had content dealings with the two broadcasters in the past, but now the agreements have gone digital, meaning a bunch of Britain's best will soon be available for streaming through the HD console, or PC, of your choice.
"We've had a content partnership with Lovefilm for several years now and it's great to see this evolve digitally," said Lisa Rousseau of BBC Worldwide.
"We're delighted to give Lovefilm's subscribers the opportunity to instantly watch their favourite British shows, wherever and whenever they wish, alongside a diverse range of great programmes and films."
LOVEFiLM are pretty happy about things too, with the expansion new sole owners Amazon promised this time last year being realised.
"We are thrilled to be bringing together great British TV content with Europe's leading film subscription service," said CEO Simon Calver.
"This gives Lovefilm an even more powerful, unique offering of instant programming for our members to view across a growing number of platforms, for one low monthly price."