Netflix’s new exclusive show House Of Cards may just be the first cable TV drama for cord cutters. Here’s our take on it:
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Show notes for this episode:
- Netflix is going to release the entire first season of House Of Cards on Februar 1. Check out the show page on Netflix.com for more details.
- You can read our previous House of Cards coverage.
- Check out our e-book Cut the Cord: All You Need to Know to Drop Cable to learn more about various devices that House Of Cards and other Netflix content is available on. The book is available for $5 on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iTunes.
Are you going to watch House Of Cards? Is original programming like this making Netflix more valuable for you, or would you prefer if the company spent its money on other content instead? Please share your thoughts in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com. Also, please check out our new Google+ Cord Cutters community!
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