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YouView is rolling out to some Sony Bravia TVs next month

Sony has announced it is kitting out a wide range of its Bravia TVs with the YouView platform.

The roll out, which will bring integrated access all of the UK’s major terrestrial on-demand platforms, will commence on Wednesday November 4 – in plenty of time for the festive telly-fest.

Sony says it’ll bring Bravia owners instant access to a gigantic array of 17,000 movies and TV shows.

The platform brings a 7 day scroll back of the existing TV schedule as well as a selection on OnDemand content. The interface also offers the opportunity to search and discover new shows.

Sony is seemingly prioritising its UltraHD sets for the rollout, but YouView is also coming to eight of its current full HD line up.

Here’s the 4K sets:

KD-75X94C, KD-65X93C, KD-55X93C, KD-75X91C, KD-65X90C, KD-55X90C, KD-65S85C, KD-55S85C, KD-65S80C, KD-55S80C, KD-75X85C, KD-65X85C, KD-55X85C, KD-49X83C, KD-43X83C, KD-55X80C, KD-49X80C.

And the chosen 1080p few:

KDL-75W85C, KDL-65W85C, KDL-55W80C, KDL-50W80C, KDL-43W80C, KDL-55W75C, KDL-50W75C, KDL-43W75C.

Sony says: “YouView was the natural choice of partner due to the intuitive design
and interface and seamless user journey to access a huge content
library. Harnessing this with the fantastic picture quality and
beautiful design of Sony’s Bravia TV range we are able to offer our
consumers the ultimate TV viewing experience.”

See also: Sony Android TV 2015 review

Will this convince you to pick up a nice new Bravia 4K in time for Christmas? Before you do, check out our round up of the best UltraHD sets for 2015.

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