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iQiyi, Netflix sign licensing agreement

MUMBAI: Online video platform in China iQIYI and Internet TV network Netflix have signed a content licensing agreement for a subset of Netflix original series like ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Black Mirror’.

Netflix said that though expectations of the deal are modest in scope, it is delighted that consumers will be able to enjoy these highly-popular series on iQiyi.

“Our cooperation will be subject to the relevant regulations on online streaming of imported drama and film content in China,” said Netflix in a statement.