In May, Netflix did something no television network would: It revived "Arrested Development, the cancelled TV series with an enormous cult following.
Last week, Netflix made headlines again, when their Kevin Spacey-led political series, "House of Cards," garnering nine Emmy nominations.
And this week Netflix is getting attention again, this time in the business world. It was announced yesterday that Netflix has become the best performing U.S. stock in the Standard and Poor’s Index for this year, and the second most expensive.
Weighing in on the rise of Netflix—and whether the success can last—is Laura Hudson, culture and entertainment editor for Wired Magazine.
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