Emmy nominations will be announced tomorrow -- and if, as expected by many, Netflix's "House of Cards" and "Arrested Development" garner best actor or best program nominations, "it would be the first
time that slots in the most avidly pursued categories went to programs not specifically produced for the medium of television," writes Bill Carter. "To some, this is a moment reminiscent of the days
when cable channels like HBO first began to challenge the dominance of broadcast networks like ABC."
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