By Sandra Gonzalez
July 13, 2011 at 07:02 PM EDT
Chris Haston/NBC

Good news for those who choose their streaming service over their DVD delivery service when Netflix hikes up the prices in September (and for the fancy people who choose both): The company will continue to host NBCUniversal TV and film content after renewing an agreement, the companies announced today.

Under the multi-year deal, Netflix will continue to have prior seasons of shows like The Office, 30 Rock, and Parenthood available for streaming (on a one-season delay), as well as NBCU cable programs like Psych and Warehouse 13.

The news of the renewal one day after Netflix announced it’d be splitting its instant streaming and DVD services into two separate plans.

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