WarnerMedia's VRV bulking up on content with 'Final Space,' Boomerang deals

"Final Space" is coming to VRV. (Turner/VRV)

WarnerMedia’s VRV streaming service is continuing to add to its programming slate through recent deals done largely with other WarnerMedia properties.

The service will now be the exclusive streaming home for Turner’s animated series “Final Space.” It’s also adding Turner’s cartoon streaming service Boomerang on Nov. 13 and adding Warner Bros. animation series "Mike Tyson Mysteries" and "Jabberjaw."

“Collaboration like this creates big wins for consumers,” said Tony Goncalves, CEO of Otter Media, in a statement. “We believe there is a consumer need for aggregation and working with our sister companies within WarnerMedia allows us to offer even more great content that our fans can watch and experience together."

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"Expect to see more incredible content coming to VRV soon from the WarnerMedia family as we work to build fans a better universe,” said Eric Berman, head of content partnerships at VRV, in a statement.

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VRV has content deals in place with plenty of companies outside of WarnerMedia as well. Recently, it launched the NickSplat streaming service in partnership with Viacom.

But VRV continues to gain content, other streaming services from WarnerMedia—which encompassed Turner, HBO and Warner Bros.—are shutting down. Most recently, Turner announced that it will shut down its classic and independent movie streaming service FilmStruck.

“While FilmStruck has a very loyal fanbase, it remains largely a niche service. We plan to take key learnings from FilmStruck to help shape future business decisions in the direct-to-consumer space and redirect this investment back into our collective portfolios,” Turner said in a statement.

Not long before that, WarnerMedia decided to shutter DramaFever, its Korean television streaming service.