AT&T U-verse Online adds access to five Turner Networks

AT&T, which a year ago rolled out its rebranded and reimaged U-verse Online TV Everywhere initiative, today announced it had expanded content providers across multiple screens, after cutting a deal with Turner Networks.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force - Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network's Adult Swim content including Aqua Teen Hunger Force (pictured) and Robot Chicken will be available on U-verse Online.

The telco said U-verse TV customers now have access to TV shows from Turner networks, including TBS, TNT, truTV, and Cartoon Network within 24 hours after an episode airs.

AT&T hasn't said much in the past year about its service, but it has been steadily adding to its library of content, which has grown 50 percent to 35,000 full-length TV episodes.

Popular content includes such shows as The Closer, Southland, Meet the Browns, Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Generator Rex, Hot Pursuit and Operation Repo.

"Our content lineup continues to expand on every screen, and the compelling content from Turner is a great addition to U-verse Online," said Dan York, president of content at AT&T.

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