The entire 2nd season of House of Cards will be availble on DStv Catch Up before it hits M-Net!

2014-05-29 13:36
 
Cape Town – MultiChoice will be making the entire brand-new second season of the Netflix drama series House of Cards available on its DStv Catch Up service and this time before its being shown on pay-TV broadcaster M-Net in a groundbreaking move for South African television.

In a seismic shift for broadcast television for South African television, as well as for DStv and M-Net, the satellite pay-TV platform will be releasing and making TV episodes of a regular TV series available for on demand viewing before it will be shown on linear scheduled broadcast television on M-Net.

Not just the second season of House of Cards will become available to DStv subscribers, but the whole first season's 13 episodes as well which was already shown on M-Net.

DStv subscribers will be able to catch up by watching or rewatching the first season, but also watch the entire second season on demand and before its shown on TV.

The first season's 13 episodes of House of Cards will become available from 30 May.

The new second season's 13 episodes of House of Cards will become available to DStv subscribers from 13 June – a full two weeks before the first episode of the second season is set to start on 27 June on M-Net.

Once M-Net starts broadcasting the second season from 27 June, four episodes of House of Cards will once again be stacked on DStv Catch Up.

Earlier this year MultiChoice made previous seasons of the HBO series Game of Thrones available to DStv subscribers on its DStv Catch Up service in March before the start of the 4th season.

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