What Is All 4?

All 4 is Channel 4’s video on-demand platform, which makes programmes available on catch-up following their broadcast and as box sets. With such a wide choice on All 4 (formerly known as 4OD) what to watch is the big question. What’s on All 4 now? Keep up-to-date with our recommendations for what’s worth streaming live and on-demand, or if you’re looking to download Channel 4 programmes, the best box sets to binge offline.

For more on other streaming services, see our VOD release dates page for a comprehensive guide to what’s new and coming soon.

Essentials & FAQs

Shows that have aired on Channel 4, E4 and More4 are all available to stream on All 4, along with several other specialist channels: Walter Presents, which specialises in international TV shows, VICE, which showcases series from the online entertainment broadcaster, and Adult Swim, which includes classics from its adult animation archive.

All 4 is available on iOS and Android, as well as PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Windows 10/XBox One, YouView, Roku, Samsung, Fire TV, FreeviewPlay, NOW, Sky, Virgin Media and is compatible with Chromecast. On a PC, you can watch in Google Chrome, Firefox, IE 11, Edge or Safari (your browser will require Flash to be enabled).

You need a valid TV Licence to watch live programmes on All 4, but do not need one to access on-demand programmes.

Yes, you must register an account with Channel 4 so that you can sign in to download programmes.

All 4 now does have the rights to stream some of the films that have aired on Film4, although not all of them. To see what films are on Film4, look at our section to the right of this page.

Visit http://watchlive.channel4.com to stream Channel 4, E4, Film4, More4 or 4Seven live.

All 4 is free because Channel 4 is funded by advertising. You can get rid of ads by signing up to All 4+, which costs £3.99 a month with no contract and has a 30-day free trial.

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