Sky Sports will screen live coverage of the WBA and IBF light-welterweight champion's next three bouts, starting with his clash against Lamont Peterson in Washington on December 10.
In April, Khan's boxing promoter Oscar De La Hoya criticised Sky for refusing to support the fighter's WBA light-welterweight title defence against Paul McCloskey on Sky Box Office.
The fight was instead shown on pay-per-view network Primetime, and De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions said that it would be talking directly to Primetime about future deals.
However, WBC world super-middleweight champion Carl Froch warned Khan that he could be in danger of slipping "under the radar" unless he ended his feud with Sky.
After putting aside his differences, Khan said that his "brilliant deal" with the satellite TV giant will enable him to target bigger fights and "finish the year with a bang".
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Khan said: "I'm back on Sky and it will give my fans a chance to see me fight. We all know how good Sky is.
"Sky's broadcasted the biggest fights around the world including David Haye, Mike Tyson, Naseem Hamed and Ricky Hatton, so it's great to be back. It's also great for my fans when I'm fighting overseas.
"There are big fights. I wasn't on Sky for Zab Judah [in the US Boxing Writers' Fight of the Year], but the [Marcos] Maidana fight was really exciting and had amazing numbers. Lamont Peterson's a good fighter, but let's hope we can finish the year off with a big bang."
Khan is now targeting a clash against US fighter Floyd Mayweather, the man who is regarded as the pound-for-pound best boxer in the world.
He added: "Mayweather's the name I want out there, and once I move up to 147lbs, I think it will make more sense fighting him. You have to have ambitions in life and I want to fight the best pound-for-pound fighter out there and beat him."