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Is Francis "Frank" Underwood really the most powerful man in the House Of Cards D.C. landscape? Find the answer to that question, as well as a full top 10 power ranking, after the jump.
Everyone's favorite dark political drama House of Cards is about to make its long-awaited return to Netflix for Season 3. Those of us who follow the show are dying to find out what kind of political gameplay Francis has up his sleeve. Check it out after the jump.
By the time this month has finished, a good portion of Netflix’s subscriber base will have already holed up and binge-watched the entirety of House of Cards Season 3. To mark the premiere, Netflix wants to show you Frank Underwood new ride.
Netflix has spent the last several years cultivating an enviable original programming lineup. Now, the subscription streaming service wants to expand its original content even further, and has decided to spend a whopping amount of money to make it happen.
Earlier this week, Netflix subscribers all over the country got some bad news when it was announced that the streaming service would soon be losing a huge chunk of its British TV series lineup. It turns out that news wasn't entirely true.
Netflix is a cheap TV solution for many families, but one of the downsides to Netflix is its penchant for dropping popular programming. Unfortunately at the end of the month, a bunch of wildly popular programs are being dropped by the streaming service.
Moments after Kevin Spacey collected his first Golden Globe award for his performance as Francis Underwood in House of Cards, the official trailer for Season 3 aired on NBC during the commercial break. Perfect timing? We'd say so.
When you're searching Google for a particular TV show, do you ever think about how many other people are searching for that exact same thing? Luckily, you don't even need to Google that information, because we have it for you right here...thanks to Google.
The Screen Actors Guild just unleashed its nominees for 2014, and as it usually is with television, most of the nominees are pretty much what you would expect. Game Of Thrones, House Of Cards and Modern Family all cleaned up on nominations.
If you were watching the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards tonight, you already know that Netflix's House of Cards didn't win. Not long after the broadcast wrapped up, Netflix posted this video, which has House of Cards character Doug Stamper making a phone call...
I mostly use Netflix for TV binging and late night sleep aids, but I’ve definitely taken advantage of the original series Orange is the New Black and House of Cards. It appears I could be in the minority on that front, at least according to a new polled study reported by research firm Centris Marketing Science.
Orange is the New Black made its grand return for Season 2 last Friday on Netflix, and while the series was pirated quite a bit in its first couple of days -- especially by comparison to Season 1 -- from what's being reported, it still falls short of Netflix's more pirated drama House of Cards.
If you’ve already binge-watched all thirteen episodes of House of Cards, you are not alone. As it turns out, over 670,000 people binge-watched the new season in its entirety during the first weekend of its release on Netflix. That’s a whopping 2% of total Netflix subscribers devoting a lot of hours to watching the series over the weekend.
There are an insane amount of responsibilities that come with being the leader of the free world, but there's also some pretty cool perks, like a kitchen required to cater to your every whim, and the power to ask for advance copies of some of America's most anticipated series, like True Detective and Game of Thrones.
The debut season of House of Cards caught everybody’s attention, with the series earning both Emmy and Golden Globes nominations as well as recognition from the AFI as one of the year’s significant achievements in television. Oh, and it was also one of our favorite new shows of 2013 too. Why all the of talk about last season? Because it’s second verse same as the first. If you loved House of Cards, you still will.