I mostly use Netflix for TV binging and late night sleep aids, but I’ve definitely taken advantage of the original series Orange is the New Black and House of Cards. It appears I could be in the minority on that front, at least according to a new polled study reported by research firm Centris Marketing Science.
Orange is the New Black made its grand return for Season 2 last Friday on Netflix, and while the series was pirated quite a bit in its first couple of days -- especially by comparison to Season 1 -- from what's being reported, it still falls short of Netflix's more pirated drama House of Cards.
If you’ve already binge-watched all thirteen episodes of House of Cards, you are not alone. As it turns out, over 670,000 people binge-watched the new season in its entirety during the first weekend of its release on Netflix. That’s a whopping 2% of total Netflix subscribers devoting a lot of hours to watching the series over the weekend.
There are an insane amount of responsibilities that come with being the leader of the free world, but there's also some pretty cool perks, like a kitchen required to cater to your every whim, and the power to ask for advance copies of some of America's most anticipated series, like True Detective and Game of Thrones.
The debut season of House of Cards caught everybody’s attention, with the series earning both Emmy and Golden Globes nominations as well as recognition from the AFI as one of the year’s significant achievements in television. Oh, and it was also one of our favorite new shows of 2013 too. Why all the of talk about last season? Because it’s second verse same as the first. If you loved House of Cards, you still will.
Next Friday, Netflix will be celebrating Valentines Day the Francis Underwood way. (Yes, next Friday is Valentine's Day.) But House of Cards has cause to celebrate now as Netflix has already renewed the political drama for a third season.
“One heartbeat away from the presidency, not a single vote cast in my name. Democracy is so overrated.” - Frank Underwood. The official trailer for Season 2 of House of Cards is brimming with amazingly chilling quotes and bits of footage. And Netflix has released the official poster as well.
Hulu, take note: Netflix has added director commentary from the likes of David Fincher, James Foley, Joel Schumacher, and more to the first season of their highly acclaimed series House of Cards, and we're pretty excited about the development. That said, it seems like a shot in the foot to anyone who bought the Blu-ray or DVD sets, which were completely bare-bones and without any special features. But then, not everybody gets down with the nerdy side of extras like I do.
The new teaser for the second season of House of Cards offers almost nothing in terms of revealing what’s ahead for Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood, but if you listen hard enough (don’t bother raising the volume on your video player) you can almost hear the sound of scheming happening as Frank Underwood’s mind is likely building some kind of check-list to plot out his next few moves, whatever they may be.
With each new year comes a new set of TV shows to love or loathe. Between cable, network television and Netflix, which falls into its own budding small screen category, 2013 offered us some spectacular TV entertainment. Our favorite new TV shows of 2013 includes robots, clones, informants, politicians and more.
President Barack Obama is a House of Cards fan. If we read too much into that realization, we might have cause to worry, but watch the video below and it seems clear that the President was making light of the dark nature of the Netflix political drama when meeting with tech CEOs at the White House this week.
And the butchery begins! Following up on the teaser that released earlier this month, Netflix has offered up a full trailer for the upcoming second season of House of Cards. All signs point to more scheming, deception and maybe even a little bit of murder on the horizon for this compelling political drama.
The American Film Institute’s official selections for the 2013 AFI Awards have been announced, and the television selection proves that 2013 was a truly stellar year for the small screen. The list, which includes 10 of the year’s most outstanding television series as well as 10 equally-as-impressive movies, was selected by a panel of highly impressive judges.
As if to assure us that they aren’t changing their strategy for full-season launches of their original programming following word that they’re debuting only the first handful of episodes of their new children’s series this Christmas Eve, Netflix has announced the premiere date of House of Cards’s section season, and it’s coming all at once. We also get the above teaser, which offers us little more than the sight of Robin Wright’s Claire Underwood smoking a cigarette before the February 14, 2014 premiere date presents itself...
Predicting the Emmy Awards isn't always an easy task, but it's certainly fun to speculate over the nominees, which is what we did for the Outstanding Drama Series category. Arguments can really be made for or against all of the nominees in the category. There are six nominated dramas, and as it happens, some of us here at Cinema Blend were able to come up with solid arguments as to why some of these dramas deserve to win this year. And then there are the dramas that might not be so deserving, either for the win or even the nomination.