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We want our app to deep link into Netflix, so that we can select a few of our favorite shows, showcase them, and have those shows launch directly when the user clicks on the links in our app. I see the documentation that shows how to launch another app. The problem is that one of the parameters is PAYLOAD, which is data in an unspecified format. Can anybody help me with the format of the PAYLOAD data? A code sample that does deep linking would be very helpful.

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