ABC has re-launched its streaming service with full seasons of 38 classic shows, seven original digital series featuring comedians including Ty Burrell and Iliza Shlesinger, and  a  redesigned  user  interface for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV.

All series, including Betrayal, Brothers & Sisters, Felicity, My So-Called Life, School House Rock, Sports Night and Ugly Betty, and the digital shorts will be available on and ABC apps.

“Our  team  has  completely  re-­‐‑imagined  the  digital  viewing  experience  for  ABC  fans,”  said  Karin  Gilford, SVP of Digital Media, ABC Television Network. “In addition to the current ABC shows that fans  know  and  love,  we  are  introducing  new  ABCd  original  digital  series  that  are  fun,  fresh  and  perfect for mobile, and we are making full seasons of all-­‐‑time favorite shows available for binging. Fans on Apple devices will benefit from a dynamic new interface that makes it easier to find shows. All  of  this  allows  us  to  expand  beyond  the  bounds  of  our  linear  schedule  and  extend  ABC  storytelling to viewers across screens and platforms.”

At  launch,  seven  new  ABCd  comedy  and  lifestyle  digital  series  developed  in-­‐‑house  by  ABC  Comedy Development, ABC Daytime and ABC Digital Media, are available. More than 40 additional series are in development and will roll out monthly. These series, along with all library shows, are available without signing in with a pay TV service, according to the network.

“With our new digital comedy series, our creative team is able to experiment and push storytelling boundaries to create content that is daring, empowering, inclusive, emotional and true to life,” said Samie  Falvey,  EVP,  Comedy  and  International  Scripted  Development,  ABC  Entertainment.  “We  hope this will be an opportunity for our existing talent to flex their creative muscles, and also an opportunity for audiences to discover and champion new emerging content creators.”

“Whether the topic is love, saving money, or food, ABCd’s unscripted slate features some of today’s most  irreverent,  fresh  and  authentic  voices  offering  insight,  humor  and  practical  advice  on  the  subjects our viewers care about most,” said Lisa Hackner, EVP of Daytime and Syndicated Programming, ABC Entertainment Network.