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Netflix fords new stream with original shows

New, returning TV series will cater to viewers' appetite for 'binge viewing'

10:49 PM, Jan. 11, 2013
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Did "Arrested Development" creator Mitch Hurwitz really think Fox's cult-favorite comedy, canceled after three low-rated seasons, would ever come back?

"I certainly didn't think of it in terms of TV," he said, partly because "it would be impossible to get everyone together at the same time" to film it. But a few logistical somersaults - and a deep-pocketed benefactor in Netflix, the streaming service with 23 million subscribers - has improbably revived the dysfunctional-family sitcom, nearly seven years after Fox dumped it.

Netflix is responding to a new generation of fans who ...

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