Netflix has issued a statement refusing to be associated with House of Cards, its signature hit, as long as Kevin Spacey remains its star. At the same time, the network is said to be exploring possibilities for a Spacey-free spinoff.
If you’re looking for the House of Cards of old, you’ll have to check back with Season Four. The third batch of episodes is tedious to the point of boredom. Frank’s out of mojo, y’all. Beware: Spoilers ahead.
That was no leak–that one was deliberate. Netflix took advantage of the Oscar telecast to drop a brand spankin’ new House of Cards trailer in our laps. Just five days to go before we get Season Three! Plus: The mystery of the paranoid song that appears in each new trailer is solved. Check it.
Who is Frank Underwood based on? The political mastermind at the center of the House of Cards universe is based on several real-life figures. Come: find out which ones, and how. And don’t forget to share your anticipation for the new season, which is almost officially here.
If you’re a huge House of Cards fan and have been counting down the minutes until Season 3 was scheduled to debut on Netflix on February 27, then you need to tell your boss you’re sick RIGHT NOW and head home because the new season is currently now available to stream on the site! Keep reading for a screen cap of all the episode summaries! [SPOILER ALERT]
At long last, some details of House of Cards‘ upcoming season have found their way online. If you don’t want to be spoiled, look away…otherwise, look ahead.
White House photographer Pete Souza has released the annual “Year In Photos” recap, and it’s full of some of the most beautiful images you’ll see in 2015. Come check out the First Family hamming it up with babies, dogs, a host of celebrities, and well-framed House of Cards reference.
The good people at Netflix know how to brighten your winter, political backstabbing-style: they’ve set a late-February release for House of Cards’ new season. Get the lowdown on all the upcoming showdowns, and check the first trailer.