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How to watch ITVX on Virgin TV

How to watch ITVX on Virgin TV

Live channels, more catch up, better Box Sets and the best from the US, at no extra cost. Discover the UK’s freshest streaming service with ITVX on Virgin TV

By Virgin TV Edit

There’s no better way to unwind than with your favourite shows or a brilliant new series to binge. And ever since ITVX arrived on Virgin TV, we’ve had unlimited access to more catch up, better Box Sets and brilliant shows from the US.


Want to get involved? Customers with a V6 box (powered by TiVo®), Virgin TV 360 or Stream from Virgin Media can access ITVX at no extra cost. The ITVX app comes with an interface that’s smoother and simpler than ever to navigate, so you can find the content you’re searching for faster. Plus, there are loads of improved and new features.


You can discover tailored recommendations based on your viewing habits, so your next favourite show won’t be far away. While we love a big flashy opening credits sequence, new features like “Skip Intro” are perfect if you’re short on time.


Other brilliant features on 360 and Stream boxes include curated Fast Channels based on shows, genres and collections, all in HD.


And don’t forget ITVX Premium, which comes packed with 6,000 hours more content including BritBox programmes (plus no ads and the ability to download shows to a device). Of course, all content across ITVX is available in dazzlingly clear HD, too.


Virgin TV brings together the entertainment you love, all in one place. Read on to find out how to access the ITVX app through your Virgin TV box – and the best shows and films to watch first. Appy days.


How to access ITVX on Virgin TV

If you’ve not used ITVX yet but have an ITV Hub log-in, that will still work. Simply use your existing credentials to sign into the new app. The app can be found in the Apps section of the TV menu.


For more information on how to access ITVX through your specific Virgin TV box, click the links below:


V6 box, powered by TiVo®

360 box

Stream from Virgin Media


Please note, if you watch TV on a TiVo® box (excluding the V6 box, powered by TiVo®), you will not have access to the ITVX app. Contact us on 0345 454 1111 (or call 150 from a Virgin Media phone) to upgrade your box.


Want to know more about some of the brilliant things you can enjoy on ITVX on Virgin TV, either right now or coming soon? Feast your eyes on some of the best series from 2023 so far, with even more fantastic shows and films to look forward to.


Red Eye

Series 1 available now on ITVX

Flights are the perfect situation for tense drama – random people thrown together, a confined space and no potential for escape. This new six-part thriller is set on the red-eye flight from London to Beijing. Whilst escorting a doctor (Richard Armitage, Fool Me Once) being renditioned, an incident on-board leads DC Hana Li (Jing Lusi, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man) to uncover a wider conspiracy.


The Beast Must Die

Series 1 available now on ITVX

After learning the police investigation into the fatal hit and run of her young son has been dropped, Frances (Cush Jumbo) takes matters into her own hands. Desperate for justice, she plots an intricate plan to find and seek revenge on George (Jared Harris), the man she suspects is responsible, and sets a plan in action to kill him. But when a detective (Billy Howle, The Serpent) discovers Frances has tricked her way into George’s house, it’s a race against time to prove his guilt and head off her plans for revenge before anyone else dies.


Orphan Black: Echoes

Series 1 available now on ITVX

This thrilling new drama starring Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) and Keeley Hawes (The Durrells), a sequel to the cult favourite Orphan Black, will have you on the edge of your seat. Set in the near future, Orphan Black: Echoes follows a group of women as they weave their way into each other’s lives and embark on a thrilling journey, unravelling the mystery of their identity and uncovering a wrenching story of love and betrayal.



Series 1 available now on ITVX

Andrew Buchan (Broadchurch, Better) makes his screenwriting debut with this mystery thriller. The six-part drama follows former Met Police detective Riya Ajunwa (Wunmi Mosaku, Luther) who has relocated to Chadder Vale and finds herself investigating the strange and sinister crimes plaguing this small town. David Threlfall (Shameless), Jo Hartley (After Life) and Arian Nik (The Bay) also star.


The Flash

Series 1-7 available from Thursday 13 June on ITVX

Barry “The Flash” Allen is without doubt the most fun of DC’s superheroes. He’s not a disaffected billionaire turned crimefighter; he’s a guy who likes to save people while running fast. Grant Gustin makes a likeable Flash in this long-running series which features some daring sci-fi concepts and pulls them off with style. Because it’s part of DC’s Arrowverse, look out for appearances from other heroes such as Green Arrow (Stephen Amell), Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) and Superman (Tyler Hoechlin).


Fortune Hotel

Series 1 available now on ITVX

Briefcases are about to have their biggest TV moment since the heyday of Deal Or No Deal in Stephen Mangan’s thrilling new reality series. The programme follows 10 pairs of contestants at the luxurious Fortune Hotel, each carrying an all-important briefcase containing anything from £250,000 to the dreaded Early Checkout Card. Throughout the series each couple must decide whether to keep or swap their case, blagging their way to the jackpot prize.



Series 1-5 available now on ITVX

Just because a case has gone cold, it doesn’t mean that it’s no longer important – even if it’s been cold for decades, as is the scenario in the gripping Unforgotten. Nicola Walker, Sanjeev Bhaskar and later Sinéad Keenan star in this gripping drama as the dedicated detectives who work tirelessly to unravel long-held secrets, and hopefully to provide some closure for the families seeking justice.


Mr Bates Vs The Post Office

Available now on ITVX

This four-part drama has been winning plaudits and huge audiences for its heartbreaking depiction of the true events that saw hundreds of innocent postmasters and postmistresses around the UK convicted of false accounting, theft and fraud. There is inspiration to find in their story, too; Toby Jones (Detectorists) plays one of the falsely accused who bands together the Justice For Subpostmasters Alliance in order to fight, and win against, this terrible miscarriage of justice.


The Dry

Series 1-2 available from now on ITVX

Award-winning playwright and BAFTA-nominated screenwriter Nancy Harris (Dates) and acclaimed director Paddy Breathnach (Viva, Rosie) return to helm the second season of this acclaimed comedy drama. Recovering alcoholic, Shiv (Roisin Gallagher, The Fall), returns to her hometown of Dublin after a raucous couple of years in London. But staying on the wagon is a bit easier said than done.


Trigger Point

Series 2 begins in January on ITVX. Series 1 available now

Ticking countdowns, loud bangs and moments of ridiculously high tension… it’s the return of the pacy, wildly suspenseful series Trigger Point. The second instalment of this critically acclaimed crime drama sees Vicky McClure (Line Of Duty) reprising her role as Lana Washington, a police bomb disposal expert in charge of averting a complex terrorist attack on London. Sweaty palms guaranteed.


Midsomer Murders

Series 1-23 available now on ITVX

Did you know that Midsomer Murders has been on our screens since March 1997? Days later, Channel 5 launched, with the Spice Girls performing – which tells you everything about that era and how long ago it was. Now it’s returning for series 23 as DCI John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) once again investigates various murders across the fictional county of Midsomer.


No Return

Series 1 available now on ITVX

A dream holiday abroad turns into a nightmare when Kathy (Sheridan Smith) and Martin (Michael Jibson, Four Lives) find their teenage son Noah (Louis Ashbourne Serkis, The Kid Who Would Be King) is accused of sexual assault while holidaying in Turkey. Across four intense episodes, Kathy and Martin are forced to grapple with an unfamiliar legal system, spiralling legal costs and fast-growing media attention as they fight to save their son.


After The Flood

Series 1 available now on ITVX

With a complex plot that encompasses a whole range of human experience, this mystery thriller tells the story of a community devastated by a terrible flood, and the determined police officer (Sophie Rundle, Peaky Blinders) investigating a murder that may or may not be connected to the disaster. Philip Glenister (Life On Mars) and Nicholas Gleaves (The Crown) also star.


How to access ITVX through a V6 box, powered by TiVo®

To watch ITV shows On Demand and to find the ITVX app on a V6 box, powered by TiVo®, go to Apps & Games > All Apps > ITVX. You will need a login to use ITVX the first time you use it. Please use the QR code or website information presented when opening the app for the first time. If you’ve previously had a login for ITV Hub this will work.


You can also search for ITV shows to watch. Simply press the Search Button and enter the programme title to view. 


How to access ITVX through a 360 box

If you have a 360 box, in the Apps menu, simply scroll down to Free Apps and select the ITVX app. You will need a login to use ITVX the first time you use it. Please use the QR code or website information presented when opening the app for the first time. If you’ve previously had a login for ITV Hub this will work.


For Full House and Maxit customers on a 360 box only, you will have the ability to fast-forward through advertising on the ITVX app. For all other customers on a 360 box, if you want to fast-forward through ads, we recommend you record ITV shows.


How to access ITVX through Stream from Virgin Media

If you are a Stream from Virgin Media customer, in the Apps menu, simply scroll down to Featured Apps and select the ITVX app.


You will need a login to use ITVX the first time you use it. Please use the QR code or website information presented when opening the app for the first time. If you’ve previously had a login for ITV Hub this will work.

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