Freeview viewers will find three new channels on their TV today featuring some much-loved shows.
And one for horror lovers comes just in time for Halloween.
The trio of streamed channels are now available from numbers 288 to 290.
Mech+ is where you can watch episodes of Robot Wars presented by Angela Scanlon and Dara O Briain.
Other shows include James May's Toy Stories documentary series looking at iconic toys over the years.
The channel is free – though fans can subscribe for £19.99 a year to watch on-demand with no ads.
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NYX is the second streamed channel to land on Freeview which focuses on all things horror.
It features classic movies, TV shows and even cartoon horrors for kids.
The third and final new arrival is Amazing Facts, a religious channel.
All three join a growing number of streamed TV stations on Freeview.
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Streamed TV channels only work if you have Wi-Fi or internet connected to your set.
You may need to retune your box to find them.
The new channels can be found on the following numbers:
- Amazing Facts – 288
- NYX – 289
- Mech+ – 290
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