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Netflix Inks Multi-Year Deal With South Korean Media Company Jtbc

Netflix has signed a multi-year content distribution agreement for high-quality Korean TV series with Jtbc Content Hub which is the content arm of South Korean media company Jtbc.

The partnership, which will kick off in 2020, will give Netflix the ability to stream Jtbc’s prime-time TV dramas across more than 190 countries. In addition, the new partnership between the two media companies will open the doors to co-developing and showcasing Jtbc’s prime-time TV dramas globally. The pairing will also present and optimize Jtbc’s upcoming series.

The deal furthers strengthens the relationship between Jtbc and Netflix. In April 2017, the two companies entered into an international licensing agreement for Jtbc’s library of 600 hours of scripted and unscripted TV shows. Since then, Jtbc’s shows have been proven successful amongst global fans including Sky Castle, Something in the Rain, Life and My Country: The New Age.

The new partnership is ideal

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