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Netflix Signs Deal to Stream Warner Bros. TV Dramas in the U.S.

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Netflix has announced today it has signed an exclusive deal to stream Warner Bros. TV dramas in the U.S. The deal will make Netflix the exclusive home of prior seasons of shows from the 2012-2013 season, and customers can expect to see the following shows:

  • Revolution (NBC),
  • The Following (Fox)
  • Longmire (A&E)
  • Political Animals (USA)
  • 666 Park Avenue (ABC)
  • Also included: “Chuck,” “Fringe” and “The West Wing”

 “This unprecedented agreement brings to Netflix members earlier and more exclusively than ever before complete previous seasons of some of the most prominent and successful shows on network and cable television,” said Ted Sarandos, Netflix Chief Content Officer.  “Through deals like this, Netflix is making the production economics right for the continued creation of the kind of compelling serialized dramas and thrillers that our members love.”

Of course, this U.S-only announcement means Canadians won’t be able to watch them–unless you have access to a reliable VPN service like HideMyAss. Then, Canadian users will be able to watch the entire U.S. Netflix library with no issues at all (and any other US streams like HULU, etc). US-only Netflix content  will eventually make its way to Canada but will take some time.

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Update: Fringe and LOST are already available in Canada.

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  • K3

    Wasn’t it this time last year that a rep from Netflix Canada said they were beefing up the library to be more on track with our US brothers? Almost feels like the only thing that happened was a slight of hand over good older movies for a mix & match of sub par produced in the last few years….

  • ABetterWorld

    I have had good results with Private Tunnel VPN for US access. Just log on PT and then go to Netflix, it’s that easy. This only works on computers. As a bonus, If you select London as your virtual address, you will have access to slightly different library. You pay for a block of bandwidth; i’ve got the $50 – 300G deal. I’ve also managed to get a Spotify account through the VPN and watch SouthParkStudios.

  • JC

    Just change the DNS number to get American content access. No need to pay for VPN.

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