Netflix has partnered with Stain Glass TV

Netflix signed a deal with Stain Glass TV. Image: istock

Netflix signs a deal with Stained Glass TV

Stained Glass TV has got into partnership with Netflix, and has declared it will debut new episodes to entertain viewers.

Netflix has partnered with Stain Glass TV

Netflix signed a deal with Stain Glass TV. Image: istock

TV show production company Stained Glass TV has said it will launch new shows to entertain fans after signing a deal with Netflix.

Stained Glass has made a name for itself by producing shows including Uzalo on SABC 1, it has produced other shows such as Durban Gen which was shown on etv, Ehostela which had different seasons which was shown on Mzansi Magic and The Wife which was shown on Showmax.

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It announced that it is happy with its relationship with Netflix because it will also develop the talent of local actors.

How will the partnership help?

The managers of Stained Glass, Gugu Zuma-Ncube and Pepsi Pokane, said that this partnership will help them invest in infrastructure and skills development.

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Netflix has not only signed an agreement with Stained Glass but there are also other companies including BlackBrain Pictures, Gambit Films who are also part of this cooperation agreement.

What did Netflix do last year?

Last year, Netflix committed to investing more than R900 million in the production of local programs.

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As it happens, it has confirmed the films and plays that will be shown between now and the beginning of next year. Among them are the new fourth season of the game Blood & Water which will start in the first quarter of next year, the third season which shows the life of Africans Young, Famous & African whose recording will start soon, and the new season of Savage Beauty and other programs that viewers can expect.

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