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Netflix signs deal to get all seasons of Dexter

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 29 Oct 2013 22:45 User comments (2)

Netflix signs deal to get all seasons of Dexter Netflix has signed a new deal with Showtime to make all seasons of the popular series 'Dexter' available for streaming.
One of the highest-rated shows of all-time (and also one of the most pirated), Dexter recently saw its series finale.

The streaming giant says the first four seasons will be made available in the U.S. at the end of this month and the final four seasons will be made available on January 1st of next year.

"We're thrilled to have Dexter, one of Showtime's highest-rated shows, on Netflix, and so quickly after it completed its record-breaking run," Ted Sarandos, Netflix chief content officer, added.

Showtime parent CBS used to offer the first couple of seasons of Dexter on Netflix, but removed them in 2011.

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130.10.2013 9:01

The first four seasons of Dexter have been available on Netflix Canada for at least a year. Seasons 5 and 6 were added a few months ago. The final season isn't available yet.

It's crazy how entertainment licensing is so different between regions, providers, etc. I guess it's all about how much money the entertainment companies can squeeze out of us.

230.10.2013 15:33

Originally posted by aw2600:
The first four seasons of Dexter have been available on Netflix Canada for at least a year. Seasons 5 and 6 were added a few months ago. The final season isn't available yet.

It's crazy how entertainment licensing is so different between regions, providers, etc. I guess it's all about how much money the entertainment companies can squeeze out of us.

Agree.
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