The critically acclaimed "Mad Men" is now available on Netflix's streaming service.
According to the company, all four seasons of the show are available for users to start streaming right now. Future seasons of the show will be added each year after they air on the AMC network.
In April,to stream "Mad Men." At the time, the Los Angeles Times reported that the company paid $900,000 per episode just to get its hands on the show. Netflix never confirmed that report.
The addition of "Mad Men" to Netflix bolsters the company's streaming lineup, and follows theof the Oscar-nominated movie "The Fighter."
Those two additions come at an important time for the company as it tries to weatherupset about the recently announced on those who want both unlimited streaming and DVD rentals.
Netflix seems confident, though, that it won't face too much backlash when all's said and done. The company said during its second-quarter earnings report this week that it expects "because each of our $7.99 plans is an incredible value."
Even better for Netflix, it expects the price hike to eventually help it generate $1 billion in quarterly revenue--a milestone that it has so far been unable to reach.
Update 7:43 a.m. PT: Netflix and CBS (the parent company of CNET) have announced a two-year deal that will allow certain shows--such as those from past seasons of Showtime's "Californication" and "Dexter"--to be streamed to Netflix subscribers in Canada and Latin America.