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Netflix's Ted Sarandos Explains How Your Viewing Habits Impact Netflix Programming And Marketing
Netflix has managed to make itself a game-changer for television, not only in the way they offer full seasons and in some cases, full series, on demand for their subscribers, but also in their delve into original programming. They're making their own rules for how TV shows can be watched and enjoyed, and they're using interesting methods to collect data to determine what's popular and in demand.
House Of Cards' Corey Stoll To Star In Guillermo Del Toro's The Strain
FX's drama project The Strain has found its lead. The project, which comes from filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and Lost's Carlton Cuse will star Corey Stoll, whose most recent gig was playing the role of Peter Russo in Netflix's House of Cards. In The Strain, Stoll will play a doctor tasked with saving humanity against a viral outbreak that may lead to vampirism.
House Of Cards DVD Release Date Listed For June 11
Those hoping for the opportunity to own the first season on Netflix's original series House of Cards should have the opportunity to do so in June. No official announcement on the series' home video release has been made, but the first season is now available to pre-order on Blu-ray and DVD, with the release date listed as June 11.
Netflix CEO Still Won't Yield House Of Cards Ratings
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings sure knows how to talk the talk and walk the walk. On Monday, he presented at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference, stating that Netflix is a viable entity and is doing quite well since its drop in subscribers after attempting to split its service last year. Indeed, the service now has some viable original programming, including Lilyhammer and House of Cards, with plenty more on the way.
Netflix Confirms House Of Cards Is Their Most-Watched Program
Not only that, but Sarandos says he has "no motivation" to talk about hard numbers, since with no advertisers House of Cards doesn't need to promote itself in the same way that network or even pay cable shows do. But I'm curious if that might change with Arrested Development
Why I'm Glad I'm Waiting To Finish Watching House Of Cards
I don't know if it makes me lazy or discerning that I tend to wait for the buzz from others to dive into something as time-consuming as a TV show. But House of Cards has proven that's definitely my method of choice, and thanks to all the happy customers out there I'm already finding myself forgiving things from the first few episodes that bugged me
House of Cards Review: After Three Solid Hands, You'll Want To Keep Playing
Based on a novel of the same name by Michael Dobbs, House of Cards was already adapted into an award winning BBC miniseries by Andrew Davies and now David Fincher, Kevin Spacey and Beau Willimon have set the dark drama in the highest echelon of American politics. Netflix's new original series is a morality play on the world's biggest stage about the shady dealings that take place during our never ending quest for power. "Give and take, welcome to Washington..."
New House Of Cards Preview Focuses On Complicated Relationships
Netflix’s highly anticipated original series, House of Cards, executive produced by David Fincher and Kevin Spacey—who also takes a lead role in the series—is finally, awesomely gearing up to hit homes this week. Netflix has been great about releasing promos for Beau Willimon’s series, which have often focused on tantalizing visions of sex and power. Regardless, with the newest promo, there’s more focus on the intangibles of complicated relationships.
House Of Cards Has Four Riveting Trailers Hidden Away On Netflix
If there's one thing Netflix knows how to do, it's pick 'em. With an original series slate that boasts both David Fincher's first turn to television with House of Cards as well as the revival of critics darling and cult favorite Arrested Development, there is no shortage of brains behind the development strategy. Now. That's not to say that Netflix has any idea how to properly promote any of the potential gems after they pick 'em, at least, not according to the House of Cards marketing strategy.
Five New TV Shows We Can't Wait To Start Watching
Between the series set to resume or return with new episodes in the new year and the new comedies and dramas making their debut, there's a lot to keep track of this month. Fortunately, we've been paying close attention to what's on deck to premiere this year, and there are a few shows that are high on our list of anticipated series. Of the new comedies and dramas set to premiere in the next couple of months, these are the shows we're most excited about and hopeful for, ordered by premiere date.
David Fincher's House Of Cards Gets Some Clever Character Portraits
Netflix wasn't fooling around when they decided to enter the often unforgiving realm of original programming. On top of reviving cult comedy favorite Arrested Development for a fourth season, the 'new network' turned to David Fincher, Kevin Spacey and Beau Willimon to develop House of Cards, a political thriller set in the highest echelon of American politics. Here are the new slick character portraits that showcase the all-star cast.
House Of Cards Trailer: First Look At David Fincher's Drama Starring Kevin Spacey
Netflix will certainly be giving subscribers more bang for their buck next year when the streaming video service begins rolling out some of their new original content. We have the return of Arrested Development to look forward to, along with new original series House of Cards. The first trailer for David Fincher and Beau Willimon's new series has arrived and gives us a look at what is sure to be a fantastic performance by series star Kevin Spacey.
Netflix's House Of Cards Premiere Date Set For February
Arrested Development isn't the only series on deck for Netflix. The streaming video service also has a couple of original programs set to make their debut, among which is House of Cards. We knew the drama, which stars Kevin Spacey, would be arriving at some point early next year, and now Netflix has set the official premiere date for it.
David Fincher Reveals Some Of His Fellow Directors For Netflix House Of Cards
Director David Fincher has been in the news a lot recently, having dropped out of Angelina Jolie's Cleopatra right as The Girl Who Played With Fire suddenly picked up heat, which allowed a few more details about House of Cards to also emerge. In an interview about his fascinating title sequences, the Academy Award nominee was also questioned about the upcoming Netflix series and happened to reveal a few other directors working on the project. And the names might surprise you.
A Look At Kevin Spacey And Robin Wright In Netflix's House Of Cards
At some point, it seems inevitable that I'm going to mistakenly refer to David Fincher's anticipated Netflix series House of Cards as House of Lies. Potential title-confusion due to the name similarity to Showtime's drama series aside, the political drama certainly shows a lot of promise, with Fincher set to produce and direct, and Kevin Spacey starring and producing. A photo from the series has made its way online, which gives us a look at Spacey and co-star Robin Wright. looking dressed up and smiling.