Netflix Now Streaming South Park And Nickelodeon Shows

    April 6, 2009

Netflix has announced it will be offering programming from Viacom’s MTV Networks and Comedy Central via its streaming service.

The first nine seasons of  "South Park" featuring 139 episodes are now available to be instantly streamed from Netflix.

Netflix will also offer streaming selections from Nickelodeon including the first two seasons of  "Blues clues," "Dora the Explorer" and "iCarly." Season one of "True Jackson, VP" will be available for streaming along with season three of "SpongeBob SquarePants."

In total, more than 300 episodes of these and other shows from Nickelodeon television networks, including the N’s "Degrassi" are not available to be instantly streamed from Netflix.

Greg Clayman
Greg Clayman

The deal marks an expansion of the relationship between Netflix and MTVN. Netflix currently offers a wide range of MTVN properties on DVD and obtained its first digital license from the company last year through an agreement that allowed Netflix to stream movies, documentaries and original programming from Viacom’s Logo network.

"We want our content to be available to our diverse audiences wherever and whenever they’re spending time, and Netflix is a platform that continues to grow in popularity with kids, young adults and parents alike," said Greg Clayman, Executive Vice President, Digital Distribution & Business Development, MTVN.

"Netflix shares our commitment to consumer focus, and we’re thrilled to expand our partnership by making Cartman, True Jackson, SpongeBob and so many of our iconic characters and shows available to stream at Netflix."