Apple has reached a deal that should bring a plethora of new video content to the iTunes Store, at least in the US.

The company has secured a three-year agreement with Digital Music Group, which has agreed to sell its video assets through Apple's media service. Apple will pay fixed wholesale prices for each downloaded TV show.

Digital Music Group owns the online rights to a slew of US TV shows, including The Cisco Kid, Night of the Living Dead and a range of Kung-Fu classics.