If you or the kids need a series to binge-on this Labor Day weekend, you can follow the Teen Titans on Hulu. “Teen Titans Go!” is based on several popular DC characters, and will be available starting September 1st with seasons one through three. Hulu confirmed that season four will become available following its run on Cartoon Network.

In addition to reinforcing Hulu’s commitment to family programming, the deal makes Hulu the streaming home to the largest collection of programming from Cartoon Network. Teen Titans Go! joins an offering of full seasons of Cartoon Network favorites now streaming exclusively on Hulu including Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Steven Universe, The Powerpuff Girls, Regular Show and others.

Inspired by the original hit series Teen Titans from Warner Bros. Animation that ran for five seasons, the more comedic Teen Titans Go! features the principal voice cast from the original series and has become a hit series for Cartoon Network. The show consistently ranks as the #1 program for Kids on the network when new episodes air on Fridays. In Teen Titans Go!, the comedic mayhem of the animated series is punctuated by pranks and the occasional need to save the world. With epic staring contests to decide who does the laundry, a series of quests and battles to construct the perfect sandwich or fighting crime in Jump City, one thing is for sure — the Titans are always ready for an adventure, inside Titans Tower and out.

Teen Titans Go! is produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Sam Register (MAD, Teen Titans, Batman: The Brave and the Bold) serves as executive producer, with Michael Jelenic (ThunderCats), Aaron Horvath (MAD) and Pete Michail (Space Racers) as producers.

The new deal follows a string of agreements between Hulu and Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. Earlier this year, the two struck an agreement that will bring America’s favorite lineup of sitcoms from the 1990s – including Full House, Family Matters, Step by Step, Perfect Strangers and Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper – exclusively to Hulu this fall.