<span style="font-size: 20px; font-weight: 900;">Orange is the New Black, Netflix</span>
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<p><b>Why:</b> "Orange Is the New Black" feels like Netflix's first real home run since it famously entered the scripted-series biz. I realize some people couldn't get enough of the contorted "House of Cards" this year, and that the "Arrested Development" niche is still dizzy from their group binge in May, but "Orange" is the first series in which I'd almost insist that viewers upgrade to streaming service and come along for television's seemingly inevitable future delivery method. [<a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/tv/netflixs-orange-is-the-new-black-brilliance-behind-bars/2013/07/11/d52f911e-e9aa-11e2-8f22-de4bd2a2bd39_story.html">The Washington Post</a>]</p><br><br></span>

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Orange is the New Black, Netflix

Trending on: Google Trends, National Twitter

Why: "Orange Is the New Black" feels like Netflix's first real home run since it famously entered the scripted-series biz. I realize some people couldn't get enough of the contorted "House of Cards" this year, and that the "Arrested Development" niche is still dizzy from their group binge in May, but "Orange" is the first series in which I'd almost insist that viewers upgrade to streaming service and come along for television's seemingly inevitable future delivery method. [The Washington Post]



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