Netflix Signs Streaming Deal With Time Warner
In a sign that Netflix Inc.’s appetite for new content remains as healthy as ever, the video-streaming service struck a licensing deal with Time Warner Inc.’s Warner Bros., covering a series of fresh TV shows.
Netflix will be able to stream complete previous seasons of several Warner Bros.-produced shows, including several that debuted this season, starting a couple of months after each season ends. These include “Revolution,” a hit show on NBC, and less successful shows such as “666 Park Avenue,” which ABC recently canceled. The deal also includes “The Following,” whose premiere episode won’t air until later in January on Fox.