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Couch Potato: "House of Cards" not so fragile

Netflix has recently released the first of their five original series for 2013, "House of Cards." This show could potentially be the first of many Netflix original series, which would dramatically change the way the company organizes its content and provides it to their customers, and if this show is any indicator, it will be very successful.

Couch Potato: The 2013 SAG whoa's and oh's

The 2013 SAG awards show on Sunday night featured surprises as often as it met expectations, making for a memorable night.

Couch Potato: "Pretty Little Liars" keeps us guessing

The ever popular "Pretty Little Liars" returns for its winter premiere.

Couch Potato: Carrie's back, with a back story

Carrie Bradshaw, the fictional yet iconic Manhattanite, is returning to our TV screens – only this time she's sixteen years old.

Couch Potato: "Catfish" is a surprisingly good catch

Just like many other MTV shows, "Catfish: The TV Show" will easily get you hooked, pun intended.

Couch Potato: Vlogging on

What more convenient way to give the mind a rest than to watch a funny video blog on the massive magical entertainment network that is Youtube?

Couch Potato: Boy's daughter "Meets World"

When it was announced in early November that Disney Channel is in the early stages of creating a show titled "Girl Meets World," a spinoff from the popular '90s sitcom, plenty of people rejoiced.

Couch Potato: 'Tis the season

Now that we’re past Black Friday the holiday season has officially started and that means cold winter nights spent curled up by the TV watching holiday movies.

Couch Potato: Adver-tying shows down

Advertisements are not only limiting the amount of time we spend actually watching the show, but they also limit the freedom that shows have to do something radical.

Couch Potato: "Project" in progress

Even with declining audience numbers, FOX ordered a full season for freshman comedy, the hilarious but lacking "Mindy Project."
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