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Netflix is set to become the new home for the NFL’s Christmas Day games after securing a major three-year deal with the league. This marks a significant milestone for Netflix, which has primarily focused on producing documentaries and live specials about golf and tennis in terms of sports content.

The deal will see Netflix air two NFL games globally on Christmas Day this year, and at least one holiday game will be streamed on Netflix in 2025 and 2026. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it is seen as a major move for Netflix as the NFL games attract huge audiences.

Bela Bajaria, Netflix’s chief content officer, expressed excitement about the new partnership and the opportunity to exclusively air the NFL’s Christmas Day games. The games for this year will be announced on the NFL Network and website on Wednesday night, with anchors and commentators for Netflix’s games yet to be revealed.

The NFL on Christmas has become a tradition, and the partnership with Netflix, whose biggest day typically falls on the holiday, is seen as the perfect combination to grow the event globally for NFL fans. NFL games are known for being the highest-rated shows on US TV every week during the season, so the addition of Netflix to its roster could help

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