By: Angelica Babiera
Canada’s Corus Entertainment is rebranding
its kids and family streamer Nick+ as Teletoon+, based on the branding of its kids channel of the same name.
The shift will take place on Sept. 1, and the new streamer will feature commercial-free and downloadable content. It will be offered through apps, cablecos and subscription services such as Prime Video for an additional $5.99 per month.
Teletoon+ will include existing Corus-licensed series including new Warner Bros. Animation content such as Bugs Bunny Builders and Batwheels as well as the studio’s Tom & Jerry In New York, Looney Tunes Cartoons, Scooby Doo and Guess Who?, Animaniacs, and Jellystone!; DC Entertainment’s Teen Titans Go! and Batman: The Animated Series; and season two of Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment’s DC Super Hero Girls. It will also feature Cartoon Network Studios’ The Powerpuff Girls (pictured), Craig of the Creek, We Baby Bears, and Adventure Time.
Nickelodeon library content such as iCarly will not be available on Teletoon+, but SpongeBob SquarePants will be moved to Corus’s StackTV streaner, according to a spokesperson from Corus Entertainment.
This story originally appeared in PlayBack. Image courtesy of Corus Entertainment.