US Netflix customers will be getting some new streaming content to choose from, as the company has announced deals that will bring programming from Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation, and Adult Swim to its offerings — along with the recent series revival of Dallas. As reported by Deadline Hollywood, the new programming will go live on March 30th, and will include the back catalog of such programs as Adventure Time, Johnny Bravo, Robot Chicken, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Netflix will also begin carrying seasons one and two of TNT's newest incarnation of Dallas starting in January of 2014. The agreement comes just one week after Netflix announced an earlier deal, focused primarily on live-action shows, in what appears to be increasingly-friendly series of interactions between the two companies.
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