It may have taken them awhile but Warner Bros. Entertainment Group has finally joined up with iTunes.

In a story from Home Media Retailing, Warner Bros. will now be "repurposing" their content to make it available via Apple's hugely popular iTunes portal. The cost will be $1.99 per episode to download and watch them on a computer or iPod.

Some of the titles being offered are Friends, Babylon 5 and MADtv.

Warner Bros. will also be making the never-before-seen pilot episode of Aquaman available as well.

"Making our television content available to iTunes consumers is an important step in our digital distribution strategy," said Warner Bros. Digital Distribution president, Simon Kenny. "This deal fits perfectly with our philosophy of providing consumers with access to our world-class entertainment properties across the widest selection of platforms and devices available."

Evan Jacobs