In a huge milestone for original web video, the Netflix original series House of Cards and the rebooting of Arrested Development have been nominated for Emmys, the highest honors in TV.
After watching House of Cards, you’d think that the real Washington D.C. would want to distance itself from the nefarious plotting of Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood. But you’d be wrong.
Netflix’s newest original series Hemlock Grove debuted this past weekend, and it looks like members are biting, with more people watching the new supernatural show on opening weekend than recent hit House of Cards.
Netflix will only produce one new season of the cult comedy show Arrested Development, the popular streaming video service admitted today.
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It seems that the Super Bowl weekend debut of Netflix original series House of Cards didn’t take away from subscriber curiosity. The show currently the most-watched program on the streaming video service, according to Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
At first glance, it may seem odd that Netflix chose to premiere its first huge original show House of Cards today, leading into Super Bowl weekend.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has a track record for making bold decisions about his company based on the prediction of a successful outcome. Here’s another example.
Netflix released a teaser trailer for its upcoming original TV show House of Cards today, which features director David Fincher and actor Kevin Spacey.
Netflix’s next big original series, “House of Cards” from director David Fincher and actor Kevin Spacey, will debut on Feb. 1, 2013.
There has been a lot of excitement about Netflix’s decision to air the original Kevin Spacey-starring television series House of Cards, but today co-founder and chief executive Reed Hastings sounded cautious about the company’s future production plans.
Netflix has confirmed a deal to air an original television series starring Kevin Spacey on its internet streaming service in a deal that changes the game for traditional TV programming.