LA Times television critic Mary McNamara delves into the unique platform and release for the scripted "TV" drama that is Netflix's House of Cards.
While House of Cards culls together top-shelf talent, both in front of and behind the camera, its distribution and marketing strategies are anything but business as usual for Hollywood.
The implications for releasing an entire "season" at once are certainly not fully understood yet but appear to have both strong PROs and CONs.
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Netflix's 'House of Cards' Looks, but Doesn't Sound, Like a HitThe unusual release strategy for the series starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright created initial buzz, but the show hasn't stayed in the cultural conversation...
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