Ruthless and cunning, Congressman Francis Underwood (Oscar® winner Kevin Spacey) and his wife Claire (Robin Wright) stop at nothing to conquer everything. This wicked political drama penetrates the shadowy world of greed, sex, and corruption in modern D.C. Kate Mara ("American Horror Story") and Corey Stoll ("Midnight in Paris") costar in the first original series from David Fincher ("The Social Network") and Beau Willimon ("The Ides of March").
House of Cards Season 3 ended with on a bittersweet note for Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), who was named as the Democratic party's nominee for the 2016 election, but the final moments showed that his longtime wife Claire (Robin Wright) is leaving him, right in the middle of the campaign, following a violent fight the previous evening. Will The First Lady come back and stand by her man as the Presidential campaign heats up? That doesn't seem likely, as teased in the new trailer for Season 4 of House of Cards, which debuts Friday, March 4 on Netflix.
The trailer features Frank Underwood arguing with his estranged wife Claire, teasing that their relationship is more contentious than ever. We also get our first glimpse at a few new characters, played by Joel Kinnaman, who appears to be a new adversary for Frank, along with Neve Campbell and Ellen Burstyn, although no details have been given for their characters thus far. Other returning cast members include Molly Parker as Jackie Sharp, Mahershala Ali as Remy Denton and Lars Mikkelsen as Russian president Viktor Petrov.Read More
Deadline reports that Beau Willimon may not be leaving on his own terms, and that there have been rumors of issues with the production that have been traced back to him. Netflix has not announced a replacement for Beau Willimon yet, who served as executive producer alongside David Fincher, Joshua Donen, Eric Roth, Dana Brunetti, Andrew Davies and Michael Dobbs. While we wait for more news on the series, take a look at the renewal announcement made through the House of Cards Twitter feed.
We're not done yet. pic.twitter.com/GlegXjbKdX— House of Cards (@HouseofCards) January 28, 2016Read More
As you very well know by now, 2016 is an election year, but we still have several months until the Republican and Democratic candidates are announced at each party's national convention this summer. Fans will be privy to another political race much sooner, when Season 4 of House of Cards debuts Friday, March 4. Today, Netflix has released a brief teaser for this new season of House of Cards, which shows one of Frank Underwood's (Kevin Spacey) new campaign posters, in a unique location.
The teaser showcases an arrangement of flowers lying on a subway track, which is perhaps a cryptic homage to the Season 2 premiere episode, where Frank Underwood pushed his lover Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara) in front of a train. We then see one of Underwood's new campaign posters, which states that the current President is "putting America back on track." Could this trailer tease that it might be Underwood himself who will be thrown in front of a train this season? Or at least that his political career is coming off the rails?Read More
House of Cards Season 4 will return for another 13 episode run on March 4. This latest trailer arrives as the real 2016 campaign trail continues to heat up in America. The sly, murderous Underwood seemed to have lost his evil edge in House of Cards Season 3. He just hasn't shoved anyone in front of a moving train or staged a suicide lately. This latest trailer teases that it is all coming back.
Let the games begin! With the Presidential campaign coming to it's fevered crescendo, we're sure the 'fake' Frank Underwood will lead in the polls. He was more popular during House of Cards Season 3 than Barack Obama. While this teaser promises sunnier, happier times, we all know that Francis is at his best during the darkest of times. Be sure to vote F.U. in 2016!Read More
House of Cards Season 4 will return for another 13 episode run on March 4. This trailer couldn't have arrived at a better time, with the 2016 campaign trail truly heating up in real world America. Frank Underwood's return was announced last night during the GOP primary debate on CNN. And though it's fake, some folks are probably wishing it were real.
The sly, murderous Underwood seemed to have lost his evil edge in House of Cards Season 3. He just hasn't shoved anyone in front of a moving train or staged a suicide lately. This latest trailer teases that it is all coming back, as he slams his notepad shut, promising a brighter, better tomorrow. As Kevin Spacey looks directly into the camera with that cold stare, we can only assume that the old Frank will return, and he'll be more devilish than ever.Read More
In news that shouldn't come as too much of a shock to anyone, Netflix has decided to renew House of Cards. The immensely popular streaming series will return in 2016 with all-new episodes. No premiere date has been announced at this time. And no further details have been revealed.
House of Cards Season 3 debuted just a little less than two months ago, with all 13 episodes available on Netflix starting February 27. The show continues to be quite popular with fans. The news comes after a number of other Netflix announcements today. The streaming service is nearing a deal to bring Full House back for 13 new episodes in a reunion series titled Fuller House with most of the main cast. And they also announced today that Mr. Show with Bob and David stars Bob Odenkirk and David Cross are bringing their new sketch show to Netflix. The just released drama series Bloodline has also been renewed for a second season.Read More