Netflix Shares Its Cards -- and That's OK
Jun 11th 2013 5:05PM
Updated Jun 11th 2013 6:05PM
Netflix doesn't have House of Cards to itself anymore. The critically acclaimed series became available on Blu-ray and DVD as of Tuesday.
We knew this was coming. Amazon.com began taking pre-orders for the four-disc set just weeks after the show rolled out as a streaming exclusive on Netflix. Now that it's here, will this help or hurt Netflix?
In this video, longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz explores how we got to this point and why this may actually be a positive for the leading video service.
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