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And the butchery begins! Following up on the teaser that released earlier this month, Netflix has offered up a full trailer for the upcoming second season of House of Cards. All signs point to more scheming, deception and maybe even a little bit of murder on the horizon for this compelling political drama.

In addition to being drawn in by the numerous snippets of teasy content in the new trailer, much of which indicates that Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood is in no way planning on slowing down his determined climb to the top, I was also intrigued and mildly horrified by the sight of that woman tearing open an envelope to have white powder burst all over her. What was that?

Here’s the description Netflix included with the video, which hints that Zoe's on the verge of uncovering the truth about Frank and Peter Russo, and that Claire's having trouble adjusting to life as the Second Lady and the lack of privacy it brings her.
Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) has masterfully maneuvered his way into the Vice Presidency, but his ascension faces threats on all fronts...

Investigative reporter Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara) is inching closer to the truth about Frank and Peter Russo (Corey Stoll) and will stop at nothing to break the story.

And Frank's wife Claire (Robin Wright), the newly appointed Second Lady, must deal with the bright glare of the spotlight and how the intense scrutiny eats away at their once private existence.

Season two, exclusively on Netflix in all territories on February 14, 2014.

Let the butchery begin…

House of Cards is having a good year. As the trailer indicated, the Netflix drama won three Emmy awards earlier this year. And now Netflix can add four Golden Globe nominations to the list, including one for Best Drama, as well as a nomination for Kevin Spacey for Best Performance by a Lead Actor, one for Robin Wright for Lead Actress, and finally one for Corey Stoll for Supporting Actor. We’ll have to wait until January to see if House of Cards is as successful as the Golden Globes as it was at the Emmy’s. And then we’ll have to wait until February 14 for the full second season to debut on Netflix. That gives us a couple of months to rewatch the first season on Netflix.

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