Feb. 01, 2013
60 min.
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House of Cards

Set in present day Washington, D.C., House of Cards is the story of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), a Democrat from South Carolina's 5th congressional district and the House Majority Whip, who, after getting passed over for promotion to Secretary of State, decides to exact his revenge on those who betrayed him.

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Frank Underwood is officially dead, a trailer for the sixth and final series of House of Cards has revealed.
The trailer gave no details of how Underwood dies in the show but Netflix has said the final series will focus on Wright's devious character, who became US president at the end of season five after Spacey's character quit the Oval Office. The final season of House of Cards will drop on Netflix on 2 November with eight episodes rather than the usual 13.

3 years ago - Comment [1]

Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear join House of Cards
Lane and Kinnear will play siblings in the revamped series, but it’s not yet clear how the Oscar nominees’ characters are connected to Robin Wright’s Claire Underwood, who will become the center of the series without its former lead, Spacey’s murderous President Frank Underwood.

4 years ago - Comment [0]

House Of Cards' To Continue Without Kevin Spacey

Netflix confirmed today that the upcoming sixth and final season of House of Cards will be going ahead without any involvement from Kevin Spacey. The already-ordered season appeared to be in jeopardy after its star had allegations of sexual misconduct levied against him, resulting in a suspension of production in late October.
With Spacey now removed from the veteran political drama, the final eight-episode season will proceed with Robin Wright in the lead - but it may be some time before its release. Production is not set to begin until sometime in 2018, which could mean a premiere either late in the year or even in 2019.

4 years ago - Comment [5]

House of Cards Season 6 Production Suspended Indefinitely

Cast and crew of the MRC-produced series were told of the decision. The Emmy-nominated House of Cards had been in production in Baltimore, Maryland on its sixth season. Executives from Netflix and MRC arrived in Baltimore yesterday “to meet with our cast and crew to ensure that they continue to feel safe and supported” following the allegations against Spacey who had not been scheduled to be on set yesterday.

4 years ago - Comment [2]

'House Of Cards' Ending After Season 6

Netflix announced today that House of Cards will be coming to an end after its upcoming sixth season. The news comes in the wake of recent claims against star Kevin Spacey, who is being accused of a 1986 incident of unwanted sexual advances against then-14-year-old actor Anthony Rapp.
The veteran political drama premiered in 2013 as the streaming service's first-ever original series, and has since gone on to garner a wealth of critical acclaim and accolades for its strong performances and engrossing storytelling. The series put Netflix on the map as a serious player in the television space, paving the way for countless other streaming shows that would follow.
Season 6 of House of Cards just recently began production for an expected premiere in mid-2018, with a 13-episode run that will conclude the series.

4 years ago - Comment [1]

House Of Cards Renewed For Season 5

Netflix announced today that House of Cards has been renewed for a fifth season. The veteran political drama, which is the streaming service's first-ever original series, received the good news ahead of its fourth season premiere, which is set for early March.
Season 5 of House of Cards will air in 2017, and for the first time the show will be without its creator, Beau Willimon, who is departing after four seasons. Willimon also acted as an executive producer and showrunner of the acclaimed series, which will now be searching for a suitable replacement to helm the show going forward.

6 years ago - Comment [2]

House Of Cards Renewed For Season 4

Netflix announced today that House of Cards has been renewed for a fourth season. The political drama is the streaming service's first original series and has continued to be one of its most acclaimed and popular.
Production on Season 4 is scheduled to begin this summer, with an expected return in 2016.

7 years ago - Comment [3]

'House of Cards' Season 3 Premiere Date
Netflix has announced the season 3 premiere date for House of Cards. The series will air on February 27, 2015. The news was delivered via "The White House" on Twitter, watch the clip here.

7 years ago - Comment [0]

Netflix Releases Official Season Two Trailer For 'House Of Cards'
Netflix has finally released a full-length preview of its hit House Of Cards second season. In the intriguing trailer, we see that Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) is now Vice President, but his killer past is catching up with him, thanks to reporter Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara). Netflix releases the entire second season on February 14th and you can check out the trailer here.

8 years ago - Comment [3]

Netflix Release 'House Of Cards' Season Two Trailer
Netflix is treating House of Cards fans to an early Valentine’s Day gift: The first trailer for the Emmy-winning drama’s second season which will be released in its 13-episode entirety on February 14th 2014. Check out the trailer here.

8 years ago - Comment [0]

'House Of Cards' Season Two Premiere Date Announced
Netflix has announced that Season Two of the acclaimed House of Cards will bow on Friday, February 14th, 2014. As well as the returning cast the new cast additions are Sam Page (Mad Men), Molly Parker (Deadwood) and Joanna Going (Close to Home).

8 years ago - Comment [1]

'House Of Cards' Might Get A Third Season
Will there be even more of Kevin Spacey's smarmy Francis Underwood (and his rather brilliant off-sides to the camera) in Netflix's 'House of Cards' to come? Looks like it. The political drama is in the midst of shooting its second season, but it might have a third one in the pipeline. Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos stated “Our intent is that the show keep going for sure.” Season Two of 'House of Cards' is scheduled to be released in early 2014.

8 years ago - Comment [0]

Francis Underwood is about to resume his fictional House of Cards climb up the greasy pole of political power in Washington D. C.. Word is, they start shooting Season 2 in two weeks. Lead Kevin Spacey plays the scheming Congressman Underwood in the streaming only show. The second season of House of Cards will be 13 episodes long like the first season.

8 years ago - Comment [0]

House of Cards premiered on Netflix on Feb 1 2013. Netflix made all 13 episodes from season 1 available on the same day. For this reason all episodes in the episode guide have the same airdate, and the main show page will not show any upcoming episodes,

Netflix has commited to a second season but no airdate has been announced.

9 years ago - Comment [6]
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