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Netflix gets more content from ABC, Disney

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Dec 2010 20:58 User comments (8)

Netflix gets more content from ABC, Disney Netflix has signed a new licensing agreement with Disney-ABC, adding tons of new content to their Watch Instantly streaming service.
For the first time ever, Disney has added ABC Family content to the streaming library.

Newer first-run content will be available 15 days after initial telecast.

Part of the new agreement are "prior season episodes of current ABC hit series "Grey's Anatomy," "Desperate Housewives" and, for the first time on Netflix, "Brothers & Sisters."

Furthermore, Netflix will have all seasons of "Scrubs," "Lost," Ugly Betty" and "Reaper."

From the Disney Channel comes more episodes of "Phineas and Ferb," "Good Luck Charlie," "The Suite Life on Deck" and "Wizards of Waverly Place."

Finally, from ABC Family comes the catalogs of "Greek," "Make It or Break It," "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and "Melissa & Joey."

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8 user comments

19.12.2010 1:07

Scrubs YES!



29.12.2010 13:00

More useless drivel not to watch.

310.12.2010 0:18

Originally posted by moondad:
More useless drivel not to watch.
you are so negative... Maybe there are people willing to watch those shows


410.12.2010 1:12

Originally posted by i1der:
Originally posted by moondad:
More useless drivel not to watch.
you are so negative... Maybe there are people willing to watch those shows
Correction, there are LOADS of people who like those shows.

510.12.2010 11:11

If netflix is raising prices and want more people to go to streaming, they need to put new releases and more content on their streaming service.

610.12.2010 12:53

Originally posted by Irocz005:
If netflix is raising prices and want more people to go to streaming, they need to put new releases and more content on their streaming service.
I don't believe that's their decision to make unfortunately. The new releases anyway. They really should be offering more content though :p



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711.12.2010 1:08

New arrivals? Bourne I dentity? 2002 The beach 2000. New? New to who?

But even though Netflix's new arrivals leaves something to be desired I still use it daily, I watch a movie a day while walking on the treadmill, fortunately they have hundres of slasher/zombie/horror movies.

811.12.2010 2:44

LOL! I'm not suggesting movies like those are new, obviously. I'm sure they have their reasons for not streaming those. Perhaps it's due to the company. E.g. Paramount, Lionsgate, etc, etc.

Or netflix doesn't have enough people in their editing department. I'd gladly take on that work. I love video editing :D

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