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Ray McKinnon
Netflix's 'House of Cards' looks, but doesn't sound, like a hit
Netflix's 'House of Cards' looks, but doesn't sound, like a hit

If "House of Cards" were an actual television show, this would be the day after its finale — a time to analyze the cultural impact of the E-ticket D.C. thriller starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, and to painstakingly mine the end of the first season for clues to the second. There would be hashtags and recaps, heated discussions and lists of things to love and hate. Instead: radio silence. After all, fans have already seen the finale weeks, possibly months, ago. Or they haven't. Or they're watching it right now. Who knows? Because "House of Cards" isn't a television show; it's the first big scripted drama produced for the former purveyor of...

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