SEGA will be partnering exclusively with Hulu to bring the Sonic Boom cartoon series to the streaming service later this month.
The first season of the show, which initially ran on the Cartoon Network channel back in 2014, will be available to watch for Hulu subscribers sometime near the end of May, though neither company has confirmed a specific release date.
Sonic Boom is a slapstick comedy show primarily aimed towards the under-14 demographic, and loosely based off of the video game series of the same name.
Many of the episodes are unofficially available on YouTube, though SEGA has previously requested that these be taken down.
SEGA has announced this as one part of the celebrations underway for Sonic’s 25th birthday this year.
In addition to this, Sonic’s new game – Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice – is slated to release for 3DS in the fall, and the anthropomorphic hedgehog has even been selected as a new inductee to the Strong Museum of Play’s Video Game Hall of Fame.
Unfortunately, the Sonic Boom games were critically derided when they released in 2014, and the anticipation for Fire and Ice has been lukewarm to say the least.