Netflix might not be too direct when it comes to releasing the viewing stats of its highest-profile original series to date 'House of Cards,' but all accounts have the endeavor as a rousing success. On April 19, the pay-streaming service will strike again with a very different entry into the original programming market, the Eli Roth-helmed 'Hemlock Grove,' but will it arrive to the same acclaim? Check out the latest creepy poster from the mysterious new series, and judge for yourself inside!
As Netflix moves more and more into the field of original programming, their slate of upcoming series begins to look better and better. Everyone awaits the upcoming revival of 'Arrested Development,' as well as Kevin Spacey political thriller 'House of Cards,' but today the pay-streaming service has unveiled the first trailer for its forthcoming Eli Roth-helmed horror-fest 'Hemlock Grove.' Fraught with the sexy supernatural, get your first look at the upcoming series inside!
While it's easy to lavish attention on Netflix for its upcoming 'Arrested Development' reunion season in the spring of 2013 (see? Look at us lavish!), the revitalized FOX series is far from Netflix's only original content. Along with established entry 'Lilyhammer,' next year will also see the release of both David Fincher/Kevin Spacey political drama 'House of Cards,' as well as Eli Roth's nightmarish 'Hemlock Grove.' We've got the first-look posters, and info on when you can watch every episode at once!
Apart from Lilyhammer, we've yet to see any of Netflix's planned original content, including their much-touted 'Arrested Development' reunion, or even the Kevin Spacey political thriller 'House of Cards. Perhaps the second most desirous to see (we really like 'Arrested Development') is the upcoming Eli Roth thriller series 'Hemlock Grove,' so while we've yet to see any footage, the cast continues to impress. Want to know who's the latest on the block?
Independent of embarrassing mishaps like that "Qwikster" nonsense, it would seem that Netflix has quite a bit of money to burn these days. There's that prized acquisition of the rights to new 'Arrested Development' episodes, doubling down on the Kevin Spacey drama 'House of Cards' with a two-season order, and even a renewal for Steve Van Zandt's 'Lillyhammer.'
Still those might pale in comparison to the money being sunk into upcoming supernatural scare-fest 'Hemlock Grove,' according to the latest report.
With Netflix slowly, but steadily marking their evolution into original programming, the video streaming service has just recruited some serious horror talent for their forthcoming 2013 series 'Hemlock Grove.' Not only will master of horror Eli Roth take the reigns of the series in his first TV effort, but the series will boast plenty of star power as well.