With the increased popularity of original programming airing on Netflix, and the 2012 deal between the two for Netflix to be the exclusive U.S. subscription television service for Disney's new releases starting in 2016, this is looking to soon become reality.
Let's move on to the NEW information I've heard, from a couple of individual sources now. Disney is looking to continue their partnership with Netflix for their Star Wars shows. Yes, I said shows. I've heard there's talk of potentially three different live-action shows for Netflix, in much the same way Marvel has deals in place for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, etc.
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