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The new Netflix Hub houses audio content based on ‘Squid Game,’ ‘Bridgerton,’ ‘Money Heist’ and more to Spotify Free and Premium listeners.

When Netflix shows gain worldwide attention, they create ripples through the internet. Spotify sees this effect too. Within the first two weeks of Squid Game’s debut, Spotify listeners had created more than 22,500 unique themed playlists. Two of the most subscribed streaming services, Spotify and Netflix, collaborate to provide hours of extra content once you’ve finished binging Netflix’s next big show.

The Netflix Hub is available to all streamers in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., Ireland and India. You’ll find a collection of official Netflix playlists and soundtracks with music from Netflix series and films, plus podcasts from Netflix and exclusive Spotify content. Playlists and soundtrack albums include popular shows and movies such as Narcos: Mexico, Bruised, Cowboy Bebop, tick, tick… BOOM!, and The Power of the Dog.

There’s also an enhanced album experience from The Harder They Fall, Netflix’s new action-packed Western film. The playlist features a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the movie’s soundtrack led by Jay-Z, featuring artists such as Kid Cudi, Koffee and Ms. Lauryn Hill. It’s loaded with unique Spotify features too, like Canvas, Storylines and playlist Clips.

To celebrate the second part of the final season of La Casa de Papel (Money Heist), Spotify are refreshing the La Casa de Papel destination with new videos from the cast and the show’s official playlist featuring tracks from the latest episode. The two streaming services have also launched a new Character Match Playlist quiz, to help you find your perfect La Banda character and soundtrack.

There’s also podcasts hosted by Netflix around the latest series and films to dive in to too. These include Okay, Now Listen, You Can’t Make This Up, Netflix Is A Daily Joke and Behind the Scenes.

A screenshot showing some of the playlists and soundtrack albums on Spotify
Image Credit: Netflix

This isn’t the first hub we’ve seen from Spotify, with the streaming service recently launching their first artist hub from Billie Eilish, as well as hubs for Songwriters, RADAR artists, Women’s History Month and more. To find the Netflix Hub, search “Netflix” on Spotify or head to Spotify says the hub will be updated often with new and refreshed content.

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