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Netflix will soon be available on Sky Q. The two telly giants have signed a deal that brings the world's biggest streaming service to Sky's premium TV platform.

Netflix will be available as part of a new entertainment pack, which will combine Sky and Netflix content. That will mean you'll be able to watch 'Black Mirror', 'The Crown', 'Stranger Things' and more from Netflix's 700-odd original films and shows alongside hit shows available on Sky like 'Big Little Lies' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'.

This package will be "attractively priced" according to Sky. Though there's no word on how much it will cost. Customers who sign up will only receive one monthly bill, rather than paying for Netflix separately.

Netflix content will appear in the Sky Q menu. You'll be able to search for it through Sky Q's interface, and use voice search to find it too.

Already a Netflix customer? No problem. You can migrate your account to the new Sky TV bundle, or sign into the Netflix app using your existing account.

"The exciting features coming to Sky Q will enable Sky customers to access even more of the best entertainment delivered over the best product platform," said Jeremy Darroch, Sky's group chief executive.

"By placing Sky and Netflix content side-by-side, along with programmes from the likes of HBO, Showtime, Fox and Disney, we are making the entertainment experience even easier and simpler for our customers. Our recent announcements mean we will extend our leadership in delivering customers the best viewing and user experience in Europe."

Reed Hastings, Netflix's chief executive, added: "We are delighted to partner with Sky to bring the latest technologies and great stories under the same roof. With this innovative new partnership and Netflix's stellar line-up of original content from across the world, Sky's customers will be able to seamlessly access and enjoy all the best entertainment in one place."

Netflix will launch on Sky Q "in the coming year".

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