‘Infinity Train’ First Season on DVD April 21

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Infinity Train: Book One on DVD April 21. The show is also available to own through digital retailers.

The disc includes all 10 episodes from the first season of the critically acclaimed Cartoon Network series “Infinity Train.” Join Tulip on a mind-bending journey aboard the mysterious Infinity Train, alongside her companions Atticus, the canine king of Corginia, and One-One, a robot with dueling personalities. With puzzles and perils awaiting them in every car, and the relentless Steward on their trail, Tulip and her friends are constantly searching for a way off the train so they can return home.

Extras include voiceover commentaries, animatic, an “Infinity Train Gallery,” “The Mix of the Final Episode” and “The Train Documentaries.”

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‘Adventure Time’ Complete Series DVD Due April 30

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time: The Complete Collection April 30, a 22-DVD set that includes all 238 episodes of the animated show and a new bonus disc.

The series follows the adventures of a boy named Finn (voiced by Jeremy Shada) and his dog Jake (John DiMaggio) in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo.

The collectible packaging will include a 25-page storybook featuring a centerpiece pop-up with custom illustrations showcasing the show’s characters.

Exclusive extras include “Sonic Sounds From Ooo,” a 13-minute featurette about the show’s music; “Farewell Tour,” a retrospective with the show’s creators and cast; animatics; music videos; live performances from the cast and friends of the series at San Diego Comic-Con; and the “Diamonds and Lemons” Minecraft episode. The DVD set will also include bonus material from previous DVD releases.

A soundtrack featuring 160 songs spanning the entire series will be available for digital download and streaming May 3. In addition, the multi-format Shmow-zow! The Ultimate Soundtrack Box Set will be available for preorder starting May 3 and will include vinyl, CD, cassette and a custom illustration by Mondo.

Cartoon Network is commemorating the 2010-18 show with a fan-generated music video for the theme song “Come Along With Me.” Created in collaboration with the nonprofit The Art of Elysium, the project encouraged youth and teens to use their own individual artistic creativity to animate more than 1,200 different cels that were joined to animated the video.

Fubo TV Adds WarnerMedia’s Turner Networks

Fubo TV, the sports-centric online TV service, Aug. 22 announced the addition of Turner Networks portfolio of pay-TV channels, including TNT, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, truTV, TCM and HLN. The addtions bring to 75 channels available on Fubo for $39.99 monthly.

“Adding Turner Sports’ programming builds upon our heritage in soccer, while expanding our sports offering with more MLB, NBA, PGA and college sports,” Ben Grad, head of content strategy and acquisition at Fubo TV, said in a statement. “Turner’s news, entertainment and kids brands will continue to drive engagement with viewers, while reinforcing our commitment to offering a premium, high-quality cable replacement.”

Turner’s Boomerang and CNN International are also being added to Fubo Extra, the company’s 90-plus channel tier that is now available at $44.99 for the first month. Additionally, CNN en Español has been added to Fubo Latino.

The above channels are all available to be streamed live, with popular programming to be available on-demand in the coming weeks. All fuboTV subscriptions come with 30 hours of personal cloud DVR storage, two simultaneous streams, and the ability to upgrade to 500 hours and three streams, respectively, with no contracts, cords or set-top boxes required.

The service is available on the Web at www.fubo.tv, and via Android and iOS smartphones and tablets, and TV connected devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku.