iTunes adds video content from Warner Brothers


New content on iTunes is quickly becoming non-news. This time, it’s the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group adding TV shows such as Friends, Babylon 5, some of the most popular sketches from MADtv as well as older animated shows like The Jetsons and The Flintstones. One interesting episode that is now available is the never-before-seen pilot episode of Aquaman, a new interpretation by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar of Smallville fame.

Pricing for the new shows is the same as usual: $1.99 USD per episode.

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