Deadliest Catch producer Original Productions has launched Raising the Bar (pictured), its first unscripted web series produced through its digital shingle OP Entertainment Network.
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March 7, 2013
March 5, 2013
Remember the bygone days when you were forced to watch television in real-time as it aired? If you came into your favorite program late or missed it entirely, you were out of luck until one of the big three networks, PBS or a UHF channel decided to play it again. Which might be never.
March 4, 2013
After they finish classes for the day, many students drop their backpacks, kick off their shoes, sit back and watch episode after episode of their favorite television show for the next several hours on Netflix.
March 3, 2013
This is the fourth run of Hulu’s yearly awards show and was just launched on the 28th of February, as Katherine Rea reports in the Hulu blog post: Make Your Picks: Hulu’s Best in Show Is Underway. After a few tiers of picks, the ultimate winner will be announced on April 4th.
February 21, 2013
Netflix is resurrecting cancelled show Arrested Development in May. The show will exclusively be aired on Netflix.
It has come to light that Kristen Wiig will be portraying a young Lucille Bluth. Seth Rogen will also make an appearance. I am a big fan of both, so I am excited to see them in a show I love. Additionally, only three more months until Arrested Development comes back!
February 14, 2013
In what is clearly a boost for streaming service providers, Netflix’s original series, House of Cards, is the most viewed show on Netflix.
This is straight from the mouth of their chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, which he revealed tuesday on stage at AllThingsD’s Dive Into Media.
The show, was released on Feb. 1, it reportedly cost $78 million to produce and stars Kevin Spacey as a plotting, back-stabbing senator.
All 13 episodes are on Netflix instant streaming and 13 more episodes have already been order. Shooting begins for those shows this spring.
So far, Netflix’s experiment with original content is paying off. Is this the beginning of the revolution in how movies and TV shows are produced and distributed?
Will other future shows try this model of cutting out the major networks and go straight to the consumer?
I for one am excited!
Tell us what you think.