"House of Cards," Netflix's first foray into the realm of serialized television, is creating a big stir, landing it on the cover of Emmy magazine, and AccessHollywood.com has your exclusive first look at the publication's new issue.
The show's first season - all 13 episodes of it - hit the online service earlier this month and Kevin Spacey, who not only stars in the series, but is an executive producer of the program (a remake of the BBC's show from 1990), told Emmy magazine it feels like a game changer.
"The notion of being the first originally produced ...
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