VICE is coming to All 4. From today, a whole wave of box sets from the youth-focused media company are available to stream on Channel 4’s on-demand platform. The first release of more than 900 hours of VICE’s content, previously only available on subscription TV services, have arrived on All 4 in a VICE-branded hub.
The deal, which was announced this summer, is the first time All 4 has hosted content from a non-Channel 4 brand. The partnership includes a strategic cross-promotion agreement where the All 4/VICE box sets will benefit from powerful social media exposure across all VICE platforms.
Here’s the full line-up:
Needles + Pins
Grace Neutral explores the journey of tattoo art from subculture to global phenomenon.
Episode 1: UK
With 1 in 3 young people having at least one tattoo, what’s the new extreme in Britain? Grace looks at the UK tattooing boom and explores its growing body modification industry.
Episode 2: Las Vegas
Grace reluctantly heads to the Las Vegas tattoo scene to find out if it’s possible to find an authentic tattoo experience in a place where you can buy a tattoo and a taco in the same shop.
Episode 3: Japan
Grace is in Japan, a country with one of the richest histories of tattooing in the world, both past and present, and discovers how it continues to struggle with its relationship to tattooing.
Episode 4: Los Angeles
Grace travels to LA to find out about the history of Chicano style tattoos and learn how the style evolved from the prison cells and gang culture of LA to the wider world.
Episode 5: New Zealand
Grace heads to NZ during a time of resurgence of the art of Maori Ta Moko tattooing and joins two distant cousins as they embark on an epic journey to claim their Ta Moko.
Episode 6: South Korea
Artist and activist Grace Neutral explores South Korea’s underground tattoo scene to discover how younger generations are challenging traditional views around body image.
Hate Thy Neighbour
VICE sends comedian Jamali Maddix to confront far-right groups on the rise in the UK, US and Europe spreading hate across the world.
Episode 1: America’s Far White
VICE sends Jamali to meet members of the National Socialist Movement, the largest Neo-Nazi group in America, who openly idolise Adolf Hitler and are fans of all things White Power.
Episode 2: Hunting the White Devil
VICE sends Jamali to Harlem, NY to meet the Israelite School of Universal Practical Knowledge: the black separatists who believe they are the Jewish descendants of the Twelve Tribes of Israel.
Episode 3: Football, Fascists and the Frontline
VICE sends Jamali to meet with Azov, a far-right militant group that has risen in legitimacy despite its neo-Nazi roots.
Episode 4: Britain’s Everyday Extremism
VICE sends Jamali home to Britain to confront our most deep-rooted fears about the future of our country and Britain’s acceptance of multiculturalism and racism in the shadow of Brexit.
Episode 5: Sweden’s Far Right Youth
VICE sends Jamali to meet the Nordic Youth, who patrol Sweden’s streets hunting ‘rapefugees’. Is this a valid reaction to an immigration epidemic, or are they just a bunch of ignorant kids?
Episode 6: Forbidden Love in Israel
VICE sends Jamali to the Holy Land to meet the Lehava, an anti-assimilation group that tries to prevent Arabs and Jews from marrying.
F*** That’s Delicious: Season 1
The life and eating habits of rap’s greatest bon vivant, Action Bronson.
Episode 1: Multiculturalism at its Best
Action Bronson stops in DC, Atlanta, and Miami, sampling southern BBQ and papaya scallops while his crew smoke and jetski (often simultaneously)
Episode 2: New Friends in Strange Places
Driven by the need for the freshest salmon and grass-fed lamb, Action Bronson takes a break from his tour to cook up a storm in the Pacific Northwest
Episode 3: Culinary Athleticism
Handball court pizza parties, Guyanese juice spots, the best falafel in the city and a flute performance at a Pakistani restaurant make this the best episode of NYC food television
Episode 4: The Foundation
With hyper-local meat-centric dining in the UK, deli sandwiches in East New York, and Thai food in Amsterdam, FTD proves it is in a league of its own
Episode 5: The Showdown in Lamb Alley
Inspired by lamb and leather, Action and crew head to Morocco, exploring the markets to find the most succulent tagines, artisanal giraffe dolls and instruments
Episode 6: Can’t Forget Paris
With two sold out shows in Paris, Action and company fit in a visit to a cultural heritage site, fly in a wind tunnel and eat the best veggie burger in the world
Episode 7: Sidelined in the Yukon
So much to do – a concert in Alaska, fly fishing, buying as much outdoor clothing as possible, and some emergency surgery
Episode 8: Long Time Friends
After a lifetime of eating Jamaican food in Queens, it’s time for the real thing. Action and Meyhem go to Jamaica for the jerk chicken and a music video for Meyhem’s new single.
F*** That’s Delicious: Season 2
Rap’s greatest bon vivant, Action Bronson, continues his globe-trotting journey of culinary discovery.
Episode 1: The Other City by the Sea
Where does Action Bronson go to dive for razor fish, learn a new wagyu beef recipe and cruise in a drop-top Cadillac? The most isolated city in the world – Perth!
Episode 2: In the Garden, to the Moon
In Melbourne, Action and Meyhem try simple Italian fare. In Sydney, appetites for fried chicken and natural wine reach new heights, and Bronson cooks with renowned chef Ben Shewry.
Episode 3: My Fair Bagel
Action makes his mighty return to Auckland, introducing Meyhem to his favourite burger truck. Between bagels and pork shanks, he debuts a new song in a sweaty strip club.
Episode 4: The Gang’s All Here
The whole crew is reunited in Hawaii in a celebration of short ribs and boogie boarding
Episode 5: Ancient Feelings Stirred
FTD descends on Barcelona and learns Flamenco. Meyhem and Action go head-to-head in a paella cook-off.
Episode 6: The Caesar Brothers
In Italy, the crew starts at the world’s best restaurant, samples shellfish in Naples and eats Roman street food with Mario Batali
Episode 7: A Love Like Wine
Roskilde Festival brings the crew to Copenhagen. Action creates an octopus taco, Meyhem cooks fish and Al is on his best behaviour.
Episode 8: Durag vs Bronco
Action’s in LA shooting a music video that features Big Body Bes on a white horse
Episode 9: Bay Area Romp
It’s all happening with legendary soul food, explosive chicken, a love-filled Burmese restaurant, inventive California cuisine and beer
Episode 10: Everybody Loves Chicago
The cast of FTD thoroughly indulge in all of Chicago’s culinary offerings. Action and the gang hit up everything from Michelin-starred restaurants to Polish Festivals.
Episode 11: Japan, Here We Come
Witness Action Bronson’s first time in the Land of the Rising Sun. Bronson, along with The Alchemist and Meyhem, handle a variety of cuisines, rap, and sumo wrestling.
F**k That’s Delicious: Classics
Episode 1: Humble Beginnings
Action visits the Vice offices and reminisces about his early food adventures. Action and Body have an extravagant meal, then it’s onto veal brains and the perfect lamb burger.
Episode 2: The Greatest Milkshake Ever
Action and Meyhem hit the gym to get fit and talk about old times. Who could forget the best milkshake ever, roadside ribs and the unreal lasagne sandwiches?
Episode 3: Eating England
Action and Meyhem stretch out and remember the best of Action’s UK Tour, featuring homemade Nigerian food, a mid-concert chicken quest and Janet’s unfiltered bagel reviews
Episode 4: Baklava and Ninja Turtle Sandwiches
Action’s Guy Fieri impression takes a tour of New York City and includes homemade baklava with his aunt and a bacon milkshake before finishing up with White Castle and a hand tattoo
Episode 5: New Orleans Food Fest
Action and Meyhem finish their workout and recall a memorable trip to New Orleans. Come for the fanboats and fried chicken, stay for the lamb necks.
Episode 6: Eating All Over the World
While Meyhem roasts a chicken, Mr Wonderful remembers his travels to Europe and Chicago for some life-changing hotdogs. He sings in Venice and dines with Mike Ditka.
Episode 7: Taxi Cab Food Tour
Join Action for some midnight snacks in New York City’s lesser-known, after-dark eateries, from northern Queens to Washington Heights
Episode 8: California Food
Action is off to the land of juice bars and drive-thrus – California! He visits a recording session, eats healthy and gets some Hollywood power-lunch tips.
Episode 9: Luxurious Specialities
Action relives decadent meals. He samples a duck prepared over five days and finished with a silver press, and then it’s on to a day of non-stop truffles with an old pal.
Episode 10: Tropical Treats
Action hangs with chef Michael White and chats about the best foods that Jamaica, Hawaii, and LA have to offer. Back in New York, he grills sausages and makes rooftop poke.
Michael K. Williams journeys into the dangerous world of illicit trade.
Episode 1: New Jersey Drive
In Newark NJ, unemployment and lack of hope turns a tradition of joyriding stolen cars into an international criminal operation.
Episode 2: Illicit Abalone
For the fishermen of Hout Bay, South Africa the post-Apartheid years have meant less opportunity as they have are forced to turn to poaching to survive.
Episode 3: High Stakes
In New York City, an illegal gambling underworld flourishes, but sometimes the largest losers are the ones running the games.
Episode 4: The Lean Scene
Across the U.S., a powerful opioid-based cough syrup has become a dangerous pop culture sensation.
Episode 5: Iron Pipeline
Gunrunners move weapons from American states with loose laws to states with stricter ones, in a never ending flow that law enforcement can’t seem to stop.
Episode 6: Lifted in London
In a vicious cycle of dependency and despair, drug addicts shoplift meat and other everyday items and sell them to cash-strapped Brits struggling to get by in today’s UK.
VICE heads to All 4 in new streaming deal
6th June 2018
VICE is heading to All 4 in a new streaming deal for hundreds of hours of on-demand content.
Channel 4’s on-demand service, All 4, will house over 900 hours of VICE content, in a major partnership between the broadcaster and the youth-focused media company. 200 hours of new programming and more than 700 hours of content from VICE’s library will be added to the platform in a new VICE branded hub later this year, spanning news and current affairs and lifestyle and cultural programming.
Titles available will include Jamali Maddix’s hit returning documentary series Hate Thy Neighbour, Emmy-nominated travel documentary Gaycation, Michael K Williams’ Black Market, returning global fashion series States Of Undress, an in-depth series exploring the tattoo scene Needles and Pins, and VICE’s acclaimed agenda-setting current affairs and news strand. The partnership also includes upcoming VICE content, all of which will be showcased to All 4 viewers in a curated and easily-navigable on-demand experience.
This is the first time All 4 will host content from a non-Channel 4 brand. The partnership includes a strategic cross-promotion agreement where the All 4/VICE box sets will benefit from powerful social media exposure across all VICE platforms.
Alex Mahon, Chief Executive at Channel 4 says: “This is a phenomenally exciting and innovative partnership for Channel 4 and VICE which will create a compelling new hub for young viewers on All 4 and extend the reach of VICE’s content on a free platform.”
CJ Fahey, General Manager, VICE TV, EMEA & APAC, adds: “Channel 4 is a great partner for us in the UK – not only because we have similar audiences, but we are also equally committed to finding new voices, telling unheard stories and giving a platform to a diverse range of people and topics. We are delighted to be the first non-Channel 4 brand to have our own curated space on All 4. This partnership also allows us to further our commitment to increasing the reach of our content and finding new audiences on a range of platforms and windows.”
The deal follows a trial third party licensing agreement between VICE and Channel 4, which saw four titles available on the All 4 platform for a limited time earlier this year.