6 March 2013 11:13 AM, PST | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

There’s a lot of questions and concerns revolving around Netflix’s new series House of Cards.  How is the show going to affect the future of television?  Does the fact that viewers are essentially binge watching the entire series in one weekend hinder the plan or goal that Netflix set out?  More importantly, why has the company refused to release how many viewers actually streamed the highly anticipated show?  One question that isn’t lingering is whether or not the show is any good.  It’s fairly unanimous that the Kevin Spacey starring political drama is addictive and independent studies have been conducted that prove that the majority of viewers ended up watching the entire series and not just the first episode.  I guess the experiment works.  This no doubt shines a positive light on the company and their new venture into original programming.  Hopefully Eli Roth’s upcoming »

- Michael Haffner

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