LOS ANGELES — “House of Cards” proved to be Netflix’s ace Thursday, making history with nine nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards — and redefining the television landscape in the process. Broadcast and cable networks are no longer the only programming games in town.
The company best known for its little red DVD envelopes broke new ground with its slate of original programming with “House of Cards,” the reboot of the cult comedy favorite “Arrested Development,” and the horror thriller “Hemlock Grove.” The three programs received a combined 14 Emmy nominations Thursday morning — and suggested that the TV academy members are binge viewers.
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