A few weeks ago we heard the distressing news that Netflix's 'House of Cards' season 2 would likely end the series altogether, given leading star Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright's pressing film careers, but it seems the breakout political drama may have hope after all. Netflix brass now believe a third season to be in the 'Cards,' with negotiations already underway.
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Admittedly, the Netflix model remains something of a mystery in its longevity, but it seems the Emmy-nominated 'House of Cards' may face its end much sooner than we all expected. Season 2 has been confirmed to premiere in 2014, but might it prove the last we see of the Kevin Spacey-Robin Wright political drama?
'Elysium' may not have proven the strongest showcase for cinema icon Jodie Foster, while one her better-received works of the year may have gone entirely unnoticed. Following a low-key revelation that Foster directed the 'Orange is the New Black' episode "Lesbian Request Denied," we've learned that the 'Silence of the Lambs' star will soon return behind Netflix cameras to helm an episode of the eagerly-anticipated 'House of Cards' season 2!
The 2013 Emmy nominations have arrived and at first glance, it's more of the same. Of course 'Breaking Bad,' 'Mad Men,' 'Homeland' and 'Downton Abbey' seem to be dominating the drama category! Of course '30 Rock,' 'Louie' and 'Veep' are contenders in the comedy category! However, the big surprise with this year's nominations is that one of the most nominated shows wasn't even on TV at all.
Netflix has its hands full these days with the release of its latest original series 'Hemlock Grove,' as well as the imminent debut of new 'Arrested Development' episodes. Though, that didn't stop the cast and crew of the streaming network's breakout original series 'House of Cards' from getting together to discuss the upcoming season, as well as the Netflix attitude that made the series the memorable drama it became. Preview 'House of Cards' past and future inside!
Just yesterday we were wondering what had become of FX's Guillermo del Toro-helmed pilot 'The Strain,' after HBO announced their own del Toro project 'Monster,' and now we have our answer. 'House of Cards' breakout Corey Stoll has been tapped as the lead in the project, but will the vampire series move forward beyond its pilot order? Hear what FX has to say about a live-action 'The Strain' inside!
Even with Netflix soon to release its latest original thriller 'Hemlock Grove' this Friday, and the monumental release of 'Arrested Development' season 4 to follow, we're eager to see the inevitable release of 'House of Cards' season 2. Late last week we learned that production would soon begin on the first of 13 all-new episodes, but now we're hearing one character will have a majorly increased presence. Find out who 'House of Cards' will thrust in to the spotlight inside!
While few could argue that Netflix's unusual model of original content has proven successful in the wake of political thriller 'House of Cards,' soon to soar even higher with the release of 'Arrested Development' season 4, we can't help wondering how additional seasons will role out. The first 13 episodes of 'House of Cards' debuted all at once, with a second season already guaranteed, but when will 'House of Cards' season 2 begin filming?
Netflix fans are eagerly awaiting the coming reunion of 'Arrested Development,' as well as fellow Netflix originals like 'Hemlock Grove' and a second season of 'Lilyhammer,' but that won't stop the pay-streaming site from releasing one of its most ambitious projects to date this Friday, that of David Fincher and Kevin Spacey's political drama 'House of Cards.' The network has released its biggest trailer yet for the outing, which debuts in its entirety this week, so take a look inside!
We've kept a keen eye on Netflix as it develops its brand of original programming, starting with the excellent series 'Lilyhammer,' and soon to be continuing with the 'Arrested Development' reunion, Eli Roth's horror thriller 'Hemlock Grove,' and in particular Kevin Spacey political drama 'House of Cards.' The David Fincher-produced series is fast approaching its Feburary 1 release date, so now that all that other election chicanery is behind us, how would you like a first look at the 'House of Cards' trailer?