The TV-only deal will see Jenkins produce new series for the streaming service. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Patty Jenkins to Netflix. Her trailblazing work has pushed boundaries and she confidently tells stories that leave an unforgettable mark. We look forward to fostering her many ideas and helping them come to life,” said Netflix vice president of originals Channing Dungey.
Also Read: 'The Great British Baking Show': Why You Can't Binge Full Season 10 on Netflix
The deal for Jenkins, whose “Wonder Woman” was the highest-grossing female-directed film in 2017, comes a month after Netflix landed “Game of Thrones” creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff. In recent years, Netflix has also signed Shonda Rhimes, Ryan Murphy and Kenya Barris to lucrative deals. Jenkins’ most recent TV work was on TNT