If you need a cheap sitter for almost two weeks straight, next year Netflix will oblige.
After losing popular Nickelodeon content earlier this year, the Internet's top streaming service is set to bring 300 hours of original kids' television programming based on blockbuster DreamWorks Animation franchises to its streaming subscribers next year.
Terms were not disclosed. The content will be available everywhere Netflix is.
The agreement, which Netflix calls its largest deal for original first-run content ever, fills a vacuum of kids' programming on its streaming service. Netflix declined high-demand Nickelodeon content because parent Viacom wanted to bundle it … Read more