My PSN speaks with an accent now - thanks, BBC!
11/29/2010 3:16:00 PM
One of my favourite (added a "u" for this British-themed post) sayings is, "Variety is the spice of life." The PSN just got a little more spicy thanks to BBC and BBC America programming being made available for download. Some of the more popular titles like Top Gear, Doctor Who and Being Human will join the network in the coming weeks.
Those interested in checking it out can download an episode of Top Gear for free until December 7. The regular price will be $1.99 (SD) or $2.99 (HD) per episode. While I'm not sure if it's worth it individually, it would be nice to see a subscription option. Check it out on your PS3 or PSP today!
Starting Today PlayStation®Network Adds BBC Programming
to Video Delivery Service
Emmy Award Winning Automotive Series “Top Gear” Available Today in PlayStation®Store, with First Episode Free for Download
November 24, 2010 – Starting today, BBC content including titles from the popular television network BBC America will be available on PlayStation Store in the US for PlayStation®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system and PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system. “Top Gear,” one of the BBC’s most popular series, will be available for download starting today with episodes from the U.S. version, produced by BBC Worldwide Productions and airing on HISTORY, and for two weeks*, PlayStation®Network registered users can download the first episode for free (regular price $1.99 (SD)/$2.99 (HD) per episode).
The video section of the PlayStation Store will rapidly add BBC programming each week, including the best of the BBC’s library as well as currently airing series. Both “Doctor Who,” the critically acclaimed science fiction series, and popular supernatural dramedy “Being Human” will hit the PlayStation Store in December.