Boomerang is off to see the wizard. Today, the network announced the launch of the TV show Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz on their new streaming service.
From Warner Bros. Animation, the cartoon “transports audiences to the magical land of Oz and follows the ruby slipper adventures of its brave and feisty princess protagonist.”
All 13 episodes of Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz are available on Boomerang‘s new streaming service. For more information, read below:
Boomerang announced today a free update to the recently launched premium streaming service that will now allow users to enhance their viewing experience with TV-based streaming devices Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV. The service is also adding support for Chromecast, a highly requested feature, which allows fans to stream content directly to their television from their phone or tablet. Roku� devices will be added in the coming weeks. Boomerang is currently available on desktop, iPhone and iPad (with AirPlay support), as well as Android devices through Google Play.
Additionally, today Boomerang launched the world premiere of the new, original series Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz from Warner Bros. Animation. The uplifting comedic fantasy series transports audiences to the magical land of Oz and follows the ruby slipper adventures of its brave and feisty princess protagonist. The first thirteen episodes are now live on the service.
To further celebrate Boomerang’s first original series the service is offering all Kansas residents a special 30-day free trial to those who sign up beginning Thursday, June 29 thru Tuesday, July 4, 2017. For more details visit: Boomerang.com/Dorothy.
The Boomerang premium video subscription service launched April 11, 2017 featuring the world’s greatest animation library. Its massive Hanna-Barbera, Looney Tunes and MGM animation catalog of more than 5,000 titles includes timeless franchises Scooby-Doo, Tom & Jerry, Bugs Bunny, The Jetsons, and The Flintstones.
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What do you think? Are you a Wizard of Oz fan? Will you check out Boomerang’s new animated series?