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The 2016 presidential election cycle has been full speed ahead for a while now, but we're far more interested in House of Cards' take on D.C. politics. And now we're getting more of it, but with a big change.
During Tuesdayís big GOP debate, the Netflix series ran its first trailer for the new season, and it should come as no surprise that itís actually formatted like a political ad. Frank Underwood for President, 2016.
TV Fans are pretty Netflix crazy right now. With original programming being released quickly, and spanning many genres, it would seem that Netflix would be on top of the world. But, are the much-hyped Netflix shows actually better than other premium networks?
Every time a TV remake gets announced, itís predictably met with groans and complaints that there are no new ideas anymore Ė despite the dozens of new ideas coming out every year Ė but we should always remember the remakes that have indeed gone right. Here are 10 of them.
Now, Iím not going to be the person that assumes understanding of everything about the world around me, particularly when it comes to cultures on the other side of the planet. Take this commercial, for instance.
Many people wouldn't expect major politicians to have much free time for sitting around and watching TV. Well, Hillary Clinton just proved all of us wrong. She actually likes some pretty popular shows. And what those shows are about seems to fit her perfectly.
One unique characteristic of the show has been Underwood's habit of directly addressing the camera. Recently, however, Spacey revealed that the speeches arenít so much elegant soliloquies as instructive monologues directed at an off-screen presence.
In its first three seasons, House of Cards delivered plenty of shocks, surprises, and various moments of extreme discomfort, but which of those moments was the most challenging for creator Beau Willimon to put together?
Here in the world of television fandom, we rely on our main characters to keep us hooked on our favorites series year in and year out, and itís inarguably a tough job. So cheers to these ten characters, chosen by fans as the greatest TV figures of all time.
I could spend a while talking about all the ways in which Netflix is a powerhouse of entertainment, so here's a list of the 10 best original series that Netflix has to offer, not counting imports like The Fallor series extensions like Arrested Development.
Netflix is so stingy with revealing its ratings that they haven't even told House of Cards creator Beau Willimon how many people watch his show.
While some of us are gluttons for the current era of TV, others prefer to kick back and enjoy the shows of yesteryear that have already come to completion. Here are 10 classic shows that are worth all of your attention, whether you binge or spread things out.
If any of you out there thought that Netflix would allow House of Cards to end the way it did without giving the Underwoods another crack at making Washington D.C. their own, youíre just as crazy as everyone trying to take Frank down.
If you somehow havenít watched House of Cards Season 3 yet, then thereís going to be at least one major spoiler ahead, and it all revolves around a small bit of miscommunication.
Spoilers for House of Cards Season 3 in this story for anyone who didnít get binge-watching clearance from the White House.†Things got predictably crazy this season, and it ended on a wham-bang note that was pitch perfect.