The deal is for two years and is non-exclusive. Shows like "Frasier," "Medium" and "Cheers" will start flowing in April, according to Mashable.com.
CBS.com and TV.com offers livestreaming of their content, but Netflix is the first subscription service to bundle it all together for users.
It's a shot across Amazon's premium streaming service, as well, as subscription services strive to add more and more content on more and more platforms.
The winner? The audience.