House of Cards fans have been patient enough in waiting for the Netflix drama’s fourth season trailer, and President Underwood remains every bit as hungry. At long last, Netflix has delivered our first real sneak peek, and things are about to get very, very uncomfortable between the President and First Lady.
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House of Cards is certainly cutting it down to the wire, lacking a full trailer one month out from its March 4 debut, but that isn’t the only cut Frank Underwood has made over the years. Come, reminisce of another brutal murder in the President’s cabinet, as we count down to House of Cards Season 4.
We still don’t yet have a proper trailer for House of Cards Season 4, one month out from its release, not that Frank Underwood’s presidency has lacked for secrets. Now, we can throw another on the pile, as Suicide Squad and The Killing vet Joel Kinnaman joins Season 4 in a mysterious new role, teased only through a photo.
We’re still waiting on a proper trailer for House of Cards Season 4, but Netflix is already taking major political swings. Frank Underwood (and hopefully Claire) will officially return for Season 5 in 2017, albeit without series showrunner Beau Willimon.
House of Cards isn’t the type of series to keep every last bit of detail under wraps until its premiere, but Season 4 footage has been hard to come by, promotion instead focused on ominous campaign ads of the Underwood trail. At long last, however, we finally have our first real footage in a new teaser, and none less ominous.
Apart from Frank Underwood’s preening for the campaign, or trip down memory lane (rail?), House of Cards Season 4 has kept curiously behind-curtain ahead of its March 4 premiere. No longer, as both Frank and Claire are out of hiding for the first Season 4 photos, though tellingly not together.
We’re still short an actual trailer for House of Cards Season 4, whose premiere will shove us all to the tracks by March, but in the meantime, remember that President Frank Underwood is one stone-cold killer. Revisit his most shocking act with a new look at House of Cards Season 4!
The Golden Globes could probably do with a bit of thinning out, and who better than the most murderous of Hollywood elite? Yes, Frank Underwood reminds you of his many misdeeds in a bid for the presidency from the latest House of Cards Season 4 promo.
It’s astonishing to think we’ve reached a point where the GOP race makes Kevin Spacey’s murder-drawled Frank Underwood seem like a safe choice for president, so let’s all bask in the sweet, sweet delusional refuge that is House of Cards Season 4. The first teaser has arrived, to liven up the 2016 race, simultaneously setting the official March Netflix premiere.
You’ve likely heard the term “Peak TV” floating around of late, expressing the exhaustive amount of must-see series floating around on every platform these days, and Netflix in particular. They’re certainly not going to make it any easier for you either, as Netflix plans 31 original series premieres in 2016, up from this year’s 16.