Netflix announces exclusive deal with DreamWorks Animation
It’s common for people with children and have hired Netflix show in their Facebook profiles that most of the programs they watch on Streaming video service correspond to children’s programs. This is because children’s programming is central to Netflix.
The company has so clearly it announced an exclusive deal with DreamWorks Animation to create television series based on the franchise’s studio founded by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen in 1994, among which include recognized movie characters like Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and How to Train Your Dragon.
Moreover, through this agreement will have access Netflix catalog of Classic Media, a company which bought DreamWorks in 2012 and owns the rights to franchises like Casper, Lassie, The Lone Ranger and The Fat Albert, among others.
Netflix will begin to release their original series in 2014, and still do not know which details the Dreamworks franchise reborn recognized on Netflix. What would you like to see? A series of Shrek? Is the Lone Ranger?
– Netflix To Premiere DreamWorks Animation’s Branded Slate Of New Original TV Series (Netflix / PR Newswire)
– Netflix signs exclusive deal for over 300 hours of original content DreamWorks Animation (The Verge)