The non-exclusive deal, which is still to be completed, means the show might still appear on Max, WBD’s rebranded streaming service.
Any deal would mean that HBO content would appear on Netflix for the first time in 10 years.
The deal is believed to be non-exclusive to Netflix, meaning that the titles would still be available on Max, Warner Bros. Discovery’s rebranded streaming service that was formerly named HBO Max.
Deadline, which first reported the story, said the first series under the arrangement is the Issa Rae comedy Insecure, which ran for five seasons on HBO to December 2021.
In January, Warner Bros. Discovery made licensing moves by partnering with Roku and Tubi to launch free, ad-supported channels with HBO shows.
Prior to Prime Video creating its own original content, HBO licensed series like The Sopranos, Deadwood, Six Feet Under and The Wire to Amazon in 2014.
In recent months, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav has vowed to open up the Warner Bros. and HBO libraries for licensing and windowing beyond WBD platforms.