The UK’s Cartoon Network Network network is now available to watch via Apple TV, Roku, PlayStation, Xbox One and more.
The channel, which launched in 2016 and has been a platform for UK shows such as Doctor Who, Star Trek: Discovery and the hugely popular Nicktoons, is now also available via Apple’s iOS, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox and Chromecast.
A spokesman for the UK-based network told Ars that it will now be available to buy and stream in the US and Canada via the iTunes App Store, Google Play and Amazon.
The service is available to all platforms, with the caveat that the device must be compatible with Apple TV’s Apple Remote.
“Cartoon Network is available in the UK and is available through Apple TV on Apple TV,” the spokesman said.
“It is compatible with the Apple TV remote, but not the Apple Remote for Apple TV.”
It’s not clear how many devices have already been given an official release of the app, though the BBC has said it has already shipped out over 1 million copies of the iOS and Android app to UK homes.
The spokesman said the service will be available on iOS, Android and Windows.
“The new Apple TV will include support for the Apple remote and Apple TV App, as well as a new ‘Show and Show’ feature to allow users to play and pause a programme,” the spokesperson said.
The BBC also revealed today that the network will be introducing a new feature that allows users to watch all of their favourite UK shows on the new device, alongside all the other channels.
“This is a new addition to the UK’s content, as the BBC now offers its content across all platforms,” the BBC said.