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CBS and Disney added to Netflix streaming service

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 Sep 2008 18:44 User comments (2)

CBS and Disney added to Netflix streaming service Netflix has made agreements with both Disney and CBS to have content from both studios streamed on its Instant Watch service.
A few of the notable shows from the deals are NCIS, Numb3rs , Hannah Montana, Wizards of Waverly Place, The Suite Life on Deck and the entire CSI franchise.

Netflix currently has 12,000 titles in their streaming inventory and says the new agreements will add "meaningfully" to that number.

"We are thrilled to enter into these relationships with CBS and Disney Channel and build upon their innovative distribution strategies," added Robert Kyncl, VP of content acquisition for Netflix in a statement.

Netflix says there will be access to 500 Disney episodes and 350 CBS episodes to start.

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2 user comments

123.9.2008 18:53

Looks like its about time to sign back up for Netflix. This way I can see if I can burn through my 250 Gigs worth of allowed downloadable content from Comcast.

223.9.2008 22:28

Sure makes me happy to see more people joining Netflix on what I hope will be the future of TV. Though 12k is still just a taste of what is out there. Keep up the good work Netflix!

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