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Entertainment Business - November 23, 2021

Spotify launches Netflix Hub to Feature music and podcasts from the streaming Giant’s series and movies

The streaming music provider today added a new Netflix Hub to its app, which will serve as a consolidated location for obtaining official soundtracks, playlists, and podcasts.

A new partnership between Spotify and Netflix will cater to your yearning for that awesome soundtrack from your favourite Netflix show. It will now be easier to locate tracks from several Netflix shows. The streaming music provider today added a new Netflix Hub to its app, which will serve as a consolidated location for obtaining official soundtracks, playlists, and podcasts for Netflix’s most popular episodes and movies.

Netflix Hub launched with soundtracks and playlists from Stranger Things, La Casa De Papel, Narcos: Mexico, Outer Banks, Squid Game, tick, tick…Boom! Bridgerton, Cowboy Bebop, Virgin RiverOn My Block, and others.

The hub will also feature podcasts like, Okay, Now Listen, Netflix Is A Daily Joke,10/10 Would Recommend, You Can’t Make This Up, and as well as those that delve into popular shows, like The Crown: The Official Podcast or Behind the Scenes: Shadow and Bone.

Other music and fan experiences will be available as well, including an upgraded album for the Netflix Western film “The Harder They Fall,” which will provide fans with a behind-the-scenes look at the soundtrack’s composition lead by Jay-Z. There’s also a content destination for “La Casa De Papel (Money Heist),” Part 5 Volume 2, as well as a character matching experience, where fans may play a Buzzfeed-like game to figure out which “La Casa De Papel” character they are.

Spotify told TechCrunch that the hub expands on their existing relationship. The two firms have collzaborated on a number of official playlists, most recently the enhanced album for “The Harder They Fall,” which was released prior to the Hub’s launch. Prior to today’s announcement, they had also worked on the “Money Heist” content experience and the character-matching game.

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