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Topic - Chris Merwin
Merwin added that it was "very unlikely" that Starz would renew a deal to put its content on Netflix, which expired last year.
"Had the deal gone to another pay TV network or subscription video on demand provider, it would have put Starz in a very difficult place strategically," he said.