Since its launch, Netflix has made a huge success from its original programming, with shows like Arrested Development and Hemlock Groove quickly becoming some of the biggest shows around, and that fame seems to be leaking out to the offline programming world, with House of Cards winning an Emmy last night for the best drama directing.

Directed by David Fincher, the series has already been nominated for 14 primetime Emmy awards this year, and has now become the first online-only TV show to win an Emmy, and that’s not all as Netflix also won the Creative Arts Emmy for casting and another for cinematography at a separate ceremony, clearly showing the growing dominance of online TV.

With over 30 million active subscribers, Netflix is one of the biggest online providers of programming on the web, and is sure to grow much larger in the coming years.

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