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Sky and Netflix sign new multi-year deal

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20/01/2020
Sky customers will continue to have access to Netflix content after the two companies signed a new multi-year agreement.

As part of the new deal, Sky Q customers will now have the option to add Netflix’s basic plan to their subscription.

The companies said the deal built on their “successful partnership built over the past two years.”

It means Sky customers will be able to watch Netflix hits such as Chernobyl, The Irishman and Sex Education as part of one “seamless service”.

The deal is the latest in a series of content partnerships for Sky, with the BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Warner Media all entering into new agreements.

Stephen van Rooyen, chief executive officer of Sky UK and Ireland, said: “Our customers love Netflix content and our partnership continues to go from strength to strength, we plan to launch new channels and genres, start building our new studio, Sky Studios Elstree, and we’ll have great new and returning Sky originals too.”

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