Top Method: Getting ITVX on a Smart TV First and foremost, you’ll need to navigate to your TV’s app store. This is typically found on the home screen of your Smart TV. Once you’re in the app store, it’s as simple as searching for ‘ITVX’.
- 0.1 How do I set up ITVX on my smart TV?
- 0.2 How can I watch ITVX?
- 0.3 Where can I find ITVX?
- 1 Can I watch live TV on ITVX?
- 2 Is ITV Hub free on smart TV?
- 3 How do I watch ITVX on BT TV?
- 4 Why can’t I get ITVX on my Panasonic smart TV?
Why can’t i get ITVX live on my smart TV?
The live TV feature is currently available only on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Freesat, LG Smart TVs, Now/Roku streaming players, Samsung Smart TVs (2017 and above), Sky Q, Sky Glass and Sky Stream puck, Virgin Media, Xbox One/S/X and Xbox Series X/S.
How do I set up ITVX on my smart TV?
ITVX is a brand new streaming service which has been developed by ITV, and will replace ITV Hub as the home of on-demand ITV content. It launched December 8, with the promise of a brand new series arriving on the platform every week, starting tomorrow (December 22).
With such a huge number of shows coming to the platform, it could become one of the biggest streaming services in the UK. The platform is not available as a TV channel, but you can watch content on there on your TV. READ MORE: Final date £600 DWP cost of living payments will be made The ITVX app is available on various platforms, with the ITVX app pre-downloaded and available on any model of Samsung Smart TV from 2016, an Xbox One/S/X or Xbox Series X/S, any Huawei device or Chromecast, a Roku TV/streaming service and NOW smart stick or box.
If you don’t have any of those, you can go to the apps section on your smart TV and download the ITVX app from there. Or, if you already had ITV Hub downloaded, you should see the app ‘transform’ into the new ITVX app without you having to do anything.
- You can watch on ITVX for free, with ads, or subscribe for £5.99 a month for a more Netflix-like experience without ads.
- A subscription will also give you access to additional shows and boxsets from BritBox.
- Currently, a new drama starring David Tennant as Alexander Litvinenko, who was famously poisoned in 2006, is available on ITVX, with a host of new content set to be released.
If you don’t want to watch on your TV, you can access ITVX on your browser in the same way you would have accessed ITV Hub. If you head to itv.com you’ll be able to watch hours of content. Life through a new lens. We are Curiously. Follow us on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter,
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How can I watch ITVX?
ITVX is the streaming service from ITV. It has over 15,000 hours of TV for you to enjoy. Watch your favourite shows and films, either on demand or by streaming them live. Go to the Apps rail or the Apps menu and select ITVX to get started. You can sign up to ITVX for free or you can pay for a premium subscription. Here’s what you get with each version: Stream Free
Ads Over 10,000 hours of content App exclusives – including early access to some programmes New exclusive TV released every week Full boxsets of shows after the first episode shows on TV Create extra family profiles for kids
Ad-free All the features from free version BritBox – including BBC and Channel 4 series Download to your device (not available on Sky platforms) Thousands more hours of hit shows
Premium costs £5.99 a month or £59.99 a year. You can get a free 7 day trial. You’ll need to sign up for Premium directly with ITV,
Where can I find ITVX?
How can I watch ITVX on my TV? – Helena Bonham Carter as Noele Gordon in Nolly. ITV According to ITV, you can currently use ITVX on Samsung Smart TVs (from 2016 onwards) and Roku TVs, and you can also access the app using an Amazon Fire TV stick, FreeView Play, NOW TV, on iOS devices, iOS phones and tablets, Android phones and tablets and Sky Glass.
- Phew. If you have an older Samsung Smart TV which has recently lost access to the ITV Hub, though, ITVX won’t be compatible with your device either, due to the upgraded content protection technology used on the new platform.
- You could get around this by using a device like a Fire stick or Chromecast to stream from the app to the TV.
You can use the same log-in details from your old ITV Hub account to access the free version of ITVX.
Which channel is ITVX on?
It is not on a specific channel, but is available on your TV in the same way ITV Hub was available to freeview viewers. Freeview Play devices should see their ITV Hub app ‘transform’ into ITVX, without needing to manually download a new app.
Can I watch live TV on ITVX?
Can you watch live TV on ITVX? – ITVX is the online home of all ITV content, as the broadcaster aims to compete with streaming giants such as Netflix. It is the first streaming service in the UK to offer viewers to chance to access free content with adverts and an ad-free paid subscription in one platform.
- Paying subscribers will also have access to BritBoxUk.
- Viewers can stream dramas, documentaries, US series, comedy, reality shows and films and much of ITV’s new content will be premiered on the service ahead of its traditional channels.
- All ITV’s channels such as ITV1, ITV2 and ITVBe are available to livestream through ITVX, as well as additional themed channels (known as Fast channels) and a dedicated news section on ITVX.
Viewers just need to select the Live section when opening the app. News ITV series such as the final season of Endeavour are available to watch on ITVX (Photo: ITV)
Can you download from ITVX?
Downloads are available by subscribing to ITVX Premium for just £5.99 a month or £59.99 a year. As part of your subscription, you’ll be able to watch ad-free* on desktop, iOS and connected TV, as well as download shows on your mobile device (iOS 14 and above or Android 5.0).
Is ITV Hub free on smart TV?
If you’re looking for the ITVX Help area, it’s over here. ITV Hub is a free catch-up service, the only thing we ask for is for you to register. Setting up an account is completely free and will open the door to a world of entertainment which is available at any time.
How do I watch ITVX on BT TV?
How to watch ITVX – ITVX is the UK’s freshest streaming service with shows ranging from premium dramas, documentaries, US series, comedy and reality shows to blockbuster films and much, much more. The ITVX app is available on the BT TV box. All the major new series such as A Spy Among Friends and Stonehouse are available to watch on ITV Hub while you wait for the app on the BT box to be updated.
Why can’t I access ITVX on my TV?
ITVX, the new streaming service from ITV that’s replacing ITV Hub, is finally rolling out to Freeview Play devices – which means millions across the country now have access to it. However, due to some last-minute issues, a few popular Freeview Play devices – such as the Manhattan T3 and T3-R, won’t be getting the new ITVX app for a few more weeks. Since its “soft” launch on November 17, ITVX has been gradually rolling out to various devices – streaming sticks like Roku, certain Smart TVs, the newer Freesat boxes, and even Sky Glass and Sky Stream, But with the “official” ITVX launch date, December 8, coming and going – Freeview users had to wait longer than most – with some having to now wait even further. The Netgem Netbox 4K On some devices, the ITV Hub icon is still showing, with ITVX launching when you actually run the app (I’ve seen that on the Humax Aura, for example) – but that will eventually get fixed (there’s another confusing ITVX issue on the Humax Aura – see more on that below).
- As we previously reported, some older Freeview Play devices, including the popular Humax FVP-5000T and the Humax FVP-4000T – will NOT be getting ITVX at all, as the software on these devices is simply too old to accommodate the new app.
- Some older TVs – such as Samsung Smart TVs from 2016 and back, won’t be getting ITVX either.
And, for now, it looks like ITVX isn’t available on YouView boxes yet – including on the new BT TV Pro 4K box. ITVX on the Humax Aura
Why does ITVX not work?
There are a few things you can try to resolve the issue: Restart your router (unplug it/power it off for 30 seconds and then turn it back on). Clear app data/restart your device if you are viewing on a mobile or tablet. Clear your cache and cookies if you are viewing on our website.
Why can’t I get ITVX on my Panasonic smart TV?
ITV fans with certain television or Freeview devices will soon discover streaming services will no longer work for them, it has been revealed. The ITV Hub player is about to be replaced and fully upgraded by a new service called ITVX. This means it will be not longer compatible with some older devices – including all Samsung smart TVs which were made before 2015.
Also impacted are some Panasonic televisions, together with certain Humax freeview recorders. ITV said: “At ITV Hub, we’re making some changes to our app. We’re upgrading our technology to offer more content and better picture quality, and improve our overall app experience. Read more: Gatwick drop off, most you can be charged and longest you can stay “A significant part of this involves updating our content protection to keep all our shows copyright-safe.
Unfortunately this technology is not supported by some device models and will no longer be compatible after the end of September 2022. “You can continue to use ITV Hub on your device for now, but after this time the ITV Hub app will no longer be updated or available on some devices.” Unfortunately there’s nothing that can be done to solve the problem, the Express reports,
ITV adds: “For the best viewing experience available, we recommend that you head to another device so you can enjoy your favourite shows on ITV Hub issue-free. Here’s how: ITV Hub is available to browse and watch on multiple other platforms such as mobile, tablet, desktop, connected TV and games console.” According to an update on ITV’s help page, any Samsung TV that was produced prior to 2015 will no longer be able to access shows and movies from ITV Hub after September 22.
It’s a huge blow to owners of these TVs with ITV Hub currently offering hours of content that can be viewed at any time of the day or night. Devices from firms including Hisense, Panasonic, TCL and Sharp are also on the list from ITV with Freeview saying that this upcoming incompatibility is due to ITV working to deliver improvements and upgrades to their app.
On the new ITVX service, the broadcaster says: “ITVX is an entirely new, advertiser-funded, free-to-watch streaming service. It will be built on a new technical and user architecture, underpinned by a significantly enhanced data capability and packed with 15,000 hours of content. “In a step change to its traditional approach ITV will now adopt a digital first windowing strategy – premiering much of its new content first on ITVX and subsequently months later on ITV linear channels.
There will be something for everyone on ITVX, with more fresh new content dropping every week of the year than any other British video on demand platform.” If you use Samsung TVs, Freeview or Freesat devices then here’s a full list of products that will soon be incompatible.
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Why can’t i get live TV on ITV Hub?
On iOS and Android devices, go to the ‘Live TV section off the app and swipe the screen to scroll through the channels. Sometimes a show will only have television rights and not online rights. If this happens you will receive a message saying the programme is unavailable – don’t worry, this isn’t a technical fault.