WASHINGTON — Binge watchers are getting ready to indulge in Season 3 of “House of Cards” later this week — and Netflix is offering one more tease before the big day. The political drama is…
WASHINGTON — Buried under feet of snow, Boston residents are begging for the essentials: bread, milk, eggs and “House of Cards.” In an open letter to Netflix published in The Boston Globe, Boston resident Kat…
Adam Sandler will star in and produce four new films, but you don\’t have to go to the movie theater to see them.
Netflix will be purging 80 movies from its library and adding new movies in July.
Netflix\’s political drama series \”House of Cards\” is experiencing
some drama of its own in Maryland as lawmakers work to make tax credits for the
show worth its while.
A growing number of people are taking action by \”cutting the cord,\” or making the leap from cable and satellite TV to Internet-only entertainment.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley hit the red carpet
for the D.C. premiere of
Netflix\’s first original series \’House of Cards,\’
starring Kevin Spacey and
A star-studded new political drama debuts Friday,
but it won\’t be found on TV. \”House of Cards\” is
the first original series ever on Netflix, and it
premiered Tuesday night in D.C.
Netflix is almost ready to unveil \”House of
Cards,\” its original series starring Kevin Spacey.
Netflix and Pinterest restored service by
Saturday afternoon. Instagram engineers are
working to restore service but no data was lost.
The three websites are customers of Amazon Inc.\’s
web services division.
The bill that comes every month is evidence enough: Cable rates are steadily rising. Now, there\’s a prediction that the average customer\’s bill will hit $200 a month by 2020.
The D.C. based casting company Central Casting is holding an open call this Sunday for \”House of Cards,\” a one-hour political drama that will be produced exclusively for Netflix\’s instant streaming service.
It could be a lot cheaper to get your favorite movies and shows online.
The study of TiVo users says that only a third of all television watching happens live, as in via cable or an over-the-air broadcast.