Netflix brings Cartoon Network to UK viewers

Netflix, the world’s leading Internet TV network, today announced it will bring to its members in the UK and Ireland a wide range of popular Cartoon Network and Cartoonito TV series including Powerpuff Girls, LazyTown and Courage The Cowardly Dog. This marks the first time Cartoon Network content is available to subscription on demand services in the market.

Members in the UK and Ireland can now enjoy however and wherever they want seasons one and two of Powerpuff Girls; season one of LazyTown; and seasons one and two of Courage the Cowardly Dog.

Other animated series becoming available for members to instantly watch on 9 December include Regular Show (seasons one and two); Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends (season one); and Samurai Jack (seasons one and two) .

“We are delighted to be bringing these Cartoon Network titles to our members in the UK and Ireland,” says Kelly Merryman, Vice President of Content Acquisition at Netflix. “The relatable humour found in these shows are great for ‘kids’ of all ages. We are very happy to provide a subscription streaming home for these popular animated series.”



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