Netflix nabs new content in deal with Warner Bros, Turner

More TV content is coming to Netflix streaming as the result of a newly announced deal with Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. Television Group. Starting March 30, U.S. Netflix customers will be able to instantly watch Cartoon Network shows like “Adventure Time” and “Johnny Bravo”; Adult Swim programs such as “Robot Chicken” and “Aqua Teen Hunger Force”; and “Green Lantern.” The deal also includes episodes from the current TNT series “Dallas,” but those won’t be watchable until January 2014. Netflix’ “Just for Kids” section will be furthered bolstered by titles like “Ben 10” and “Regular Show.” This deal comes on the heels of the one made with Warner Bros. last week to bring “Fringe,” “The West Wing,” “Revolution,” and “666 Park Avenue” to streaming.

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