From 'The Following' to 'Justified' to the end of 'Breaking Bad,' 2013 has lots in story
"House of Cards" (Netflix, February 1)
Behold, the show with the potential to transform the TV business as we know it — in part because it's not from what we'd traditionally consider "TV." Netflix's first major entry into the original drama world is an adaptation of a critically-acclaimed British series, here produced by David Fincher and starring Kevin Spacey as a ruthless Washington politician. All the episodes will be released at once, and if the show's a success, we could see an even more aggressive push in original content for non-cable services — not to mention pressure on HBO, AMC, FX, etc., to raise their own games to match the new kid on the digital block.