How did I not see that?!
How did I not see that?!
And we can’t think of anything better.
The company needs to spend money on content to continue growing its subscriber base. But the cost of content is hurting its profit growth.
Netflix just reported its third-quarter earnings, with its EPS nearly quadrupling. Netflix now has 40 million subscribers.
LOST and Kanye West have way more in common than you’d think.
HOUSE OF TURDS.
Life may seem empty without Breaking Bad, but rest assured there are plenty of other TV series to dive into. Though nothing can ever replace the now-departed AMC drama, the dozen show below should help start the healing process.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet what network TV can learn from the success that cable and Netflix have had this year. Find out what Kevin Spacey, Taylor Schilling, and Jeff Daniels had to say about this teaching moment.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet which gone-but-not-forgotten TV series they would bring back. Find out what Jeff Daniels, Taylor Schilling, Anna Faris, and more are longing for.
Here’s the only clip need to see if you love House of Cards but didn’t watch the Emmys.
Far from innovative, it was just as dull as any other earnings call, and more confusing to follow.
The nods for the best in TV are in, and it’s got everything: 30 Rock goodbye love, Behind the Candelabra bling, AMC drama, and even Stefon!
In a first, the online video service received Emmy nominations for House of Cards and Arrested Development. While recognition is nice, what Netflix really wants from the awards ceremony is more subscribers.
There’s nothing more patriotic than staying in and staring at your computer screen for four days. Here are some suitable suggestions from the Netflix Instant library.
The Netflix political drama is currently in production on its second batch of 13 episodes.
The House of Cards star posted pictures on Twitter of the his new dog Boston — who he named in tribute to the city following last month’s bombings.
It aired at the White House Correspondents Dinner in 2000. This year House of Cards was all the rage.
That hair! Those tailored shift-dresses! The woman is a stone-cold fox! Let’s examine some of her most shining sartorial moments, shall we?
Getting a kid into college won’t make you the VP, and legislators tend to prefer screwing lobbyists, not reporters. An insider’s fact-check to the Netflix political thriller.
If you work on Capitol Hill, you are obsessed with House of Cards. Here is why:
To the Beltway. Love, Frank Underwood XOXO.
You went on a 12-hour Netflix bender and now all you’re left with are the five stages of grief as you frantically Google “House of Cards Season 2.”
A fictional show set in Congress spurs a minor cultural zeitgeist among Hill staffers and journalists.
The streaming service has people buzzing about the new show, but the road to network hell is paved with too-cool-for-school intentions.
Face it: you’re not going outside this weekend. Lucky for you, you have plenty to watch.
Netflix’s House of Cards centers around the inappropriate relationship between a journalist and her government source. They’re not the first of their kind to throw all sense aside and pay the price for it.
This man constructed a replica of The Venetian Macau using playing cards. Looks like grandma is going to have to step up her jigsaw puzzle game. View Image ›