Boomerang heads to Amazon Channels

For US$4.99 per month, Prime subscribers can access the Turner and Warner Bros.-owned animation SVOD service through the commercial-free platform.
December 12, 2017

Turner and Warner Bros.-owned animation SVOD service Boomerang has launched on Amazon’s low-cost, third-party video platform.

Amazon Prime members can now add the new Boomerang service and its lineup of classic Hanna-Barbera, Looney Tunes and MGM series including Scooby-Doo, Tom and Jerry, Bugs Bunny, The Flintstones and The Jetsons via Amazon Channels for US$4.99 per month.

Boomerang also features original series Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz and Wacky Races, as well as new seasons of hit series Bunnicula (pictured) and New Looney Tunes.

Launched in the US in 2016, commercial-free Amazon Channels lets Prime subscribers add premium channel subscriptions—both live and on-demand—for a low monthly fee starting at US$1.93 per month. The subscriptions are available individually without the need to sign up for a bundle or a lengthy contract, and can be cancelled at anytime. Currently, more than 100 on-demand channels including Genius Brand’s new subscription streaming channel Kid Genius are offered on the service in the US.

Amazon Channels also expanded to Europe earlier this year launching in the UK and Germany with 40-plus subscription TV channels including preschool SVOD app Hopster, Ketchup TV, nature doc-focused Love Nature and UP Family.

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