RealPlayer is offering 14 days of free Big Brother downloads to people who sign up for its relaunched SuperPass service.
SuperPass was unveiled in May 2002 with the start of Big Brother 3 but has been enhanced with an improved user interface and more video channels, including content from MTV, Channel 4, ABC and web broadcaster iFilm.
"Broadband take-up has been a big driver for this," said Patrick Walker, international senior director for RealPlayer video services.
"With faster connections we can put much more on the page and give customers much more content more quickly. Faster downloading is key."
The service costs £11.99 a month but includes a 14-day trial period where programming can be watched for free. More Channel 4 content, including Eurotrash, Wife Swap, Banzai and Fool Around, will be available later in the year.
The SuperPass trial can be downloaded here.
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