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It’s been a rough month for Netflix, which faced a million-subscriber loss when its price hike went into effect and some serious backlash from the Qwikster split, but there’s finally some good news coming out of the streaming company. Netflix announced yesterday that it had signed a deal with animation studio DreamWorks.
The deal, which analysts estimate to be worth $30 million per picture to DreamWorks over an unspecified period of years, according to The New York Times, replaces a similar agreement that DreamWorks had with HBO.