Did Netflix’s First Original Series Make the Cut?

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Netflix_HouseofCardsPublications ranging from The Los Angeles Times to Time have given Netflix’s (NASDAQ:NFLX) first original series, “House of Cards”, largely favorable reviews.

The political drama, described by Time as Netflix’s “brassy, confident new” series, became available for streaming at 12:01 a.m. on February 1. In an effort to attract more viewers, the show’s 13 episodes were released all at once rather than in the serialized format favored by television networks. All of the episodes can also be watched by non-subscribers.

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“House of Cards” is based on a BBC miniseries of the same name and directed by Fight Club’s David Fincher. Starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, the series is the story of a Southern congressman, who had expected to be made Secretary of State after helping to put the new President-elect in office, on a quest for revenge…

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