Netflix keeps eyes on wider library with extended CBS pact

Netflix will keep getting CBS shows, and start getting new ones. They’re just not brand new.
The online streaming video site and CBS, the parent company of CNET, extended their multiyear licensing agreement for select library content. The revised deal adds titles like “L.A. Complex,” “4400,” and “CSI: NY” to its current stock already available for streaming on Netflix, a mix of classic programs like “Star Trek” and “Twin Peaks” and more recent titles like “Jericho” and “Medium.”

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos indicated this update…

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