In the fall of 1997, one of the world’s largest Internet companies was founded: Netflix. Despite their humble beginning as a DVD rental service through mail, the company found greater success in 2007 as an online streaming service. With thousands subscribing to the platform, Netflix decided just a few years later to expand operations and produce their own films and TV series.

Although a subject of controversy these days, Netflix’s first TV series, House of Cards, captured the dark side of American politics, and its success cemented Netflix’s ambition to create programming – instead of simply supplying it.

However, in the four plus years since House of ...

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