Netflix is getting into the streaming TV game with a new service, the Netflix TV service, and the service is going live next month.
Netflix TV will offer “multiplexing,” which means that a TV show, movie, or show episode will be available for download on a second device at the same time, or even simultaneously on the same device.
Netflix says it will start streaming shows and movies on April 20, 2018.
It will also offer other services, like sports and news.
The service will cost $9.99 a month, though Netflix says that prices will go up after the initial launch.
It is going head-to-head with Hulu Plus, which currently has an average monthly subscription of $7.99.
Netflix is also launching a new streaming video service called UltraViolet, which will let customers rent content for free.
That service, which has already been launched, will also launch next month and will be compatible with Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PS4.
Netflix also launched a new podcasting app called The Criterion Collection.