Nexflix is growing up. And some of its shows are aging into obscurity.
The television provider, founded in 1997, announced this week that it will renew "Hemlock Grove," an original Netflix series, for a third but last season. It will be the first of Netflix's proprietary shows to be discontinued.
Netflix's business model was formerly based on mailing rentals to subscribers, but the company started streaming digital video in 2007 and launched its first original programming in February 2012 with the series "Lilyhammer."
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