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    The New Season of 'Arrested Development' Is Going To Be Way More Experimental Than It Was on TV

    Mitchell Hurwitz's critically beloved "Arrested Development" will make its improbable return from beyond the grave in May of this year, Netflix confirmed today at the TCA Winter Press Tour in Pasadena. The panel for the show, which followed presentations from the company's other up...

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    Watch: First Trailer for Eli Roth's Netflix Horror Series 'Hemlock Grove'

    As Netflix prepares for the premiere of its high-profile original drama "House of Cards," from David Fincher and Kevin Spacey, on February 1st, the company has unveiled a first look trailer for "Hemlock Grove," another of its originals slated for later in the year, on April 19. L...

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    Mitchell Hurwitz on 'Arrested Development' on Netflix: 'The show will look very different'

    Netflix will be bringing the reunited "Arrested Development" as well as Ricky Gervais' "Derek" and Eli Roth's "Hemlock Grove" to the TCA press tour today in its first-ever panel, but the former's creator Mitchell Hurwitz is already teasing details about what the new season of the series will look li...

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    The Best In Digital Entertainment Content: What We Would Buy with $100

    The digital world offers free content galore, and then there's all that mystery content hidden behind pay-walls. We've sifted through the best of the priced materials to determined what's worth paying for. Inspired by PaidContent, our TOH team picked what we'd buy if we had $100 to spend on digita...

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    How the Growing Availability of International TV Shows Online Could Provide U.S. Programming With Tough Competition

    As the internet becomes an increasingly viable channel for watching TV -- and, for many young people, their primary source -- the barriers that would otherwise block certain types of programming from viewers are becoming increasingly irrelevant.

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    Netflix's Landmark Deal with Disney Revolutionizes Way We Think About TV Content

    Following Netflix's landmark pact with Disney on December 4, a three-year output deal that gives the streaming company exclusive access to the live-action and animated features of Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, chief content officer Ted Sarandos states that he's eyeing similar deals with Warne...

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    Is Netflix Changing the Way TV Series Are Made With Its Use of Data Mining, Or Doing More of the Same Old Thing?

    Two weeks ago, Netflix released a trailer for "House of Cards," marking its first big foray into original programming. And the company has several other shows in the hopper. But the way it has approached creating its own programming may be just as interesting as the projects it's chosen.

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    Watch: The Trailer for David Fincher's Highly Anticipated Series 'House of Cards'

    Hulu has Richard Linklater's "Up to Speed" and Morgan Spurlock's "A Day in the Life," along with countless licensed international show. Netflix has Steven Van Zandt's fish-out-of-water crime drama "Lilyhammer" and the much-hyped return of "Arr...

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    Netflix and AMC Are Probably Going to Resurrect 'The Killing' After All

    Having successfully brought "Arrested Development" back from beyond the grave six years after it was canceled by Fox, Netflix looks like it will actually be going through with another series resurrection.

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    Netflix Gives Raider Icahn Poison Pill, Protects Itself from Buyout Until 2015

    Netflix is protecting itself from takeover-hungry Carl Icahn. On November 5 Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced that the company has a new three-year stockholder rights plan, allowing it to allocate one "right" to each of its outstanding shares, making Netflix's seizure more difficult ...

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