Netflix Gets Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, TNT Content

Netflix has inked deals with Time Warner companies Warner Bros. Television and Turner, to bring more content to Netflix, including Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim shows “Aqua Teen Hunger Force,” “Robot Chicken” and “Children’s Hospital,” in March as well as TNT’s revival of “Dallas,” in January 2014, according to The Hollywood Reporter on Monday. 

Warner Bros. Television last week announced a deal to bring 8 titles to Netflix in 2013 and 2014, including “The West Wing.” The moves come as Netflix is prepared to release its own new highly-anticipated original content offerings, including its U.S. remake of British political thriller “House of Cards” (premieres February) and the reboot of “Arrested Development” (premieres in May).  

(H/T: Matt Novak