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Netflix heads to LazyTown with the Powerpuff Girls

Netflix is bringing programmes from the Cartoon Network and Cartoonito to UK customers of its video streaming service. 

Among the shows being made available are Powerpuff Girls, LazyTown and Courage The Cowardly Dog.

The internet broadcaster said this marked the first time Cartoon Network content is available to subscription on demand services in the market.

Read Recombu Digital’s guide to NetflixSubscribers to Netflix will be able to watch seasons one and two of Powerpuff Girls, revolving around the adventures of Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles, three super powered kids with a knack for crimefighting. 

Season one of LazyTown, following uber-healthy superhero Sportacus and sidekick Stephanie and seasons one and two of Courage the Cowardly Dog, following the easily frightened, Courage, a dog living in a farmhouse with the Bagge family in the fictional town of Nowhere, Kansas.

Other shows now available for the kids to watch are; Regular Show (seasons one and two) – Two friends, Mordecai—a blue jay, and Rigby—a raccoon working as groundskeepers at a park, spending their days trying to avoid doing any real work; Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends (season one) – Following the adventures of 8-year old Mac and his imaginary friend, Bloo and Samurai Jack (seasons one and two) – About young Jack who becomes a samurai to avenge his father’s death.

Becoming available to Netflix subscribers in the UK and Ireland on 15 December, seasons one and two of Adventure Time, following Finn and his shape-shifting dog, Jake, and their adventures through the Land of Ooo with season three of Powerpuff Girls following on 31 December.

“We are delighted to be bringing these Cartoon Network titles to our members in the UK and Ireland,” said Kelly Merryman, vice president of Content Acquisition at Netflix. “The relatable humour found in these shows are great for ‘kids’ of all ages. We are very happy to provide a subscription streaming home for these popular animated series.”

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