Netflix, DreamWorks Sign Multi-Year Deal


Netflix and DreamWorks Animation have signed a multi-year deal to premiere new original series from DreamWorks to the Internet TV network.

The agreement marks the largest deal for original first-run content in Netflix history, and is also the first time DreamWorks characters will be introduced into the television market as a branded collection of shows.

The Netflix-DreamWorks deal encompasses over 300 hours of new programming.

The first series is expected to begin airing in 2014.

[Image courtesy: DreamWorks]

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