Netflix and Sky have announced a partnership that will see the full Netflix content being made available to Sky Q subscribers so viewers can watch the likes of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and “The Crown” alongside Sky’s “Britannia” and “Billions”. Existing Netflix subscribers will be able to merge their Netflix subscription with their Sky Q subscription to provide one simple payment or you will be able to keep the accounts separate and simply log in to the Netflix app.
The deal will start in the UK and Ireland later this year with Germany, Austria and Italy receiving Netflix at a later date. Final prices and details will be available nearer the launch time and we are keeping our fingers crossed that we could see Sky’s Original content one day making it to Netflix.
The deal will also mean that the Netflix app will be available on Sky’s NowTV boxes in the UK and Ireland – including the new £15 NowTV Streaming Stick. Sky Ticket in Germany and Austria, and NOW TV in Italy, will launch a standalone app on their devices in due course.