There are many standalone online TV streaming services available today that allow subscribers to access TV shows, documentaries, movies, and more if they just pay a set monthly price. Then there are services like Netflix and Amazon Video that provide access to a large library of video content, which includes titles for kids as well. There’s a better option now, though, and it’s called Boomerang.

Time Warner’s Turner and Warner Bros. have joined forces to launch Boomerang which is an online streaming service for cartoons that provides access to both current and classic cartoons. Boomerang is going to have a big library of cartoons which will include shows from the likes of Looney Tunes, MGM animation, and Warner Bros.’ Hanna-Barbera.

Subscribers will be able to access more than 5,000 titles on this streaming service. Titles include classics like The Jetsons, The Flintstones, Tom & Jerry, Scooby Doo, and much more.

More than 1000 episodes of cartoon shows are immediately available for streaming from Boomerang and more will be added every week.

Some original content will be offered as well. Boomerang will eventually get additional features like personalized recommendations, offline viewing, family profiles, and more as well. Those who are interested can subscribe to Boomerang starting today for $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year.

The service is only available in the United States on iOS, Android, and the web at launch. Apps will be released for Chromecast, Roku, Amazon, and Apple TV in the future.

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