For the launch of Warner Pass, content was expected to arrive gradually through April. The contents of five channels have been added to subscribers.
Warner Pass, available via Prime Video, saw its content ramp up on March 21st. In fact, a five-channel catalog has been added to this segment that includes Warner Bros Discovery content.
On the list this time: Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Discovery Channel, ID, and Discovery Science.
The channel, which will celebrate its 30th anniversary in France this year, broadcasts animated series and films for the youngest, as well as for teenagers and adults. It offers tons of content like Ben 10, Gumball, We Baby Bears, Adventure Time, or even a whole bunch of Lego and/or DC streaming.
Boomerang is a sister channel to Cartoon Network, which is also part of The Cartoon Network, Inc. division. Within the American Media Group. It also offers cartoons but the characters are part of the Warner classics even if there are a few others. There you can find Bel-Mel Tweety, Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry, whether in the movies or in the series carrying their dolls.
Change style and focus on more mature content. The Discovery Channel offers reports, documentaries, or programs of all kinds. Auto repair programs chime in with salvage and gold diggers in the purest American tradition.
ID for Discovery Investigation is another channel dedicated to reports and documentaries from the Discovery Collection. The titles here are more or less devoted to investigations, particularly of serial killers. Enough for a good night watching Crimes à la une or Teen Killers.
Sure, the term science is a bit usurped for this Discovery Channel 3 because it gives pride to theories about aliens with extraterrestrial invasion, alien menace, highway…but it’s also possible to find programs in some specialties of aesthetic medicine.
Other channels to come, content that will disappear?
There are still a few channels that will complement the content available on Warner Pass. Eurosport, TCM Cinema, CNN and Cartoonito will soon join the card catalogue. The date is not yet known to all channels but Kartonito is scheduled for April 3.
It should be noted that many of the contents are indicated as leaving Warner Pass on March 31 (which is 9 days at the time of writing). These include several movies in Cartoon Network’s catalogs as well as Boomerang, including Lego and DC animated movies.