Netflix Gets First Golden Globe

From arguably “winning” CES with its 4K content, to now winning a Golden Globe, you could say it’s already been a good 2014 for the streaming and TV production company. Netflix is now, certifiably, a production house to be reckoned with, as it won its first ever Golden Globe as Robin Wright came away with the Best Actress (Drama Series) award for House of Cards. The company was nominated for six awards, and four of which were for House of Cards, while Arrested Development and Orange is the New Black only got nods for one apiece. Nonetheless, as Netflix continues to diversify its critically acclaimed programming in an increasingly popular streaming, on-demand format that’s found itself accessible on nearly every smart interface debuted at CES or available for purchase at present, it continues to establish itself as the leader into the world of streaming.