Freesat - What's on CBS catch-up channels UK and horror bites

What's on CBS catch-up channels UK and horror bites

We’re excited to announce the launch of two new On Demand players on Freesat: CBS catch-up Channels UK and Horror Bites.

From today, you’ll be able to catch up on your favourite CBS Drama, CBS Reality, CBS Justice and Horror Channel films and programmes on your Freesat set-top box. So, if you're looking for some brilliant drama, reality and entertainment shows to dive into, you've come to the right place.

Take a look at what you can catch up on...


Medium, CBS Drama

If you're in need of a spooky drama to watch, then this might just be the one for you. Patricia Arquette stars in the gripping series as suburban mother Allison DuBois, a psychic who uses her super powers to crack crimes. Who knows what she'll uncover? 

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Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS Drama

Are you ready to go on a trip to the Wild Wild West? In this Emmy-nominated series, former Marine Cordell Walker (Chuck Norris) and his partner Trivette battle crime in Texas using the old 'Code of the West'.

Did you know that Chuck Norris is the only actor to appear in all 196 episodes of the series? 

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Ultimate Force, CBS Justice

If action is what you're after, then be sure to to tune into this thrilling adventure series following the exploits of the Red Troop; an elite SAS team led by Sergeant Henno Garvie (Ross Kemp). 

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The Love Boat, CBS Drama

As well as enthralling drama, you can catch up on some classic comedy like The Love Boat following the romantic and comic tales of the passengers and crew of the cruise ship, Pacific Princess. Definitely a guilty pleasure, and with a whole host of guest stars including the likes of Gene Kelly, Tom Hanks and Michael J. Fox, you're bound to spot a famous face or two. 

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True Crime on CBS Reality

CBS Reality has some great true crime docs that are worth adding to your watchlist. Original series Murder by the Sea looks at the deadly tales from British seaside towns, which have a dubious reputation for hosting the most astonishing crimes. Plus, there's Donal Macintyre's Murder Files, in which he comes face to face with investigators to get the inside story of some horrific and fascinating cases. 

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Horror Bites

Over on Horror Bites, viewers can sink their teeth into some frightening films (movie nights are sorted!). Plus, Trekkie fans can rejoice as they'll be able to see episodes of sci-fi series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. 

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