House of Cards Coming to DVD on June 11th

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If you still want to experience the superb new drama House of Cards but aren't a Netflix subscriber, you'll have to wait until the summer.

A little over four months after it premiered as a Netflix exclusive, the Kevin Spacey-led David Fincher-produced policial series will get a physical release.

Amazon is now listing the complete first season on both DVD and Blu-ray.

You can snag the Blu-ray set on Amazon for $52.99 and the DVD set will run you $44.99. Both the DVD and Blu-ray sets will launch on June 11th, coming to you from Sony Pictures.

Back in 2011, Sony Pictures Television signed on to handle the distribution of the show once Netflix's streaming window ended.

Just a couple of weeks after Netflix released all 13 episodes of season 1 to a hungry subscriber base, House of Cards became the most-watched thing on the entire streaming service. Shortly after that, the show topped IMDb's list for the most popular show in the world. After about three weeks, we learned that around 3 million Netflix subscribers had streamed at least one episode of the show.

[via Engadget]
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