Cordcutting

Good News, Stoner Cord-Cutters! Netflix Cuts a Deal Including Adult Swim Content

Can't wait.
Look, IDK. (Photo: USAToday.com)

Look, IDK. (Photo: USAToday.com)

Netflix has just inked another high-profile content deal, this time with Time Warner. Via Deadline comes news that, as of March, the service will beef up its offerings for kids with a whole host of Cartoon Network shows including “Adventure Time” and “Johnny Bravo.” 

Perhaps more exciting for the adults out there is the fact that several Adult Swim shows will be added to the service, including “Robot Chicken,” “Aqua Teen Hunger Force,” “The Boondocks” and “Childrens Hospital.” So just go ahead and put in a preorder with your weed dealer. Oh, and in January 2014 Netflix will also get TNT’s Dallas, which means you can pretty much expect to lose at least one three-day weekend to the Southern soap.

In a devastating blow to displaced Georgians like this reporter, however, Squidbillies is not on the list. My dreams are all dead and buried, etc.

 

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