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VIEWERS will have to confirm they have a TV licence before they can catch up on shows on BBC iPlayer when a loophole is closed on Thursday.
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A LOOPHOLE which allows viewers to catch-up on TV shows on the BBC iPlayer for free will close in September.
Viewers said the streaming app stopped working in the final few minutes of the game.
EastEnders also had a good month on the catch-up service.
From Thursday, viewers of the catch-up service will be notified with a message asking them to register.
The momentous live broadcast topped requests for Poldark and Doctor Who.
The corporation launches a consultation in face of increased competition from the likes of Netflix.
Director-general Tony Hall has previously said he wants to “reinvent the BBC for a new generation”.