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CBS Audience Network adds more retro programming

Twin Peaks, 90210, and The Love Boat join other classic TV shows in CBS' online video offering.

Looks like offering old episodes of Star Trek and MacGyver proved successful: CBS Interactive announced this week that it has added a selection of new "classic TV" content to its CBS Audience Network of online video partners.

Full episodes and clips of select seasons from Twin Peaks, Beverly Hills: 90210, The Love Boat, Family Ties, and Perry Mason are now available on CBS' 300-plus partner sites, which include downloadable video service Joost, AOL and its newly acquired social network Bebo, video-sharing site Veoh, and a few hardware partners like Slingbox. CBS has also added more seasons of MacGyver, The Twilight Zone, and Hawaii Five-O to complement what it first started offering in February.

CBS has not signed on to Hulu, the joint online-video venture currently run by NBC Universal and News Corp., but CBS Interactive President Quincy Smith has said that it's still a possibility.

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