‘House of Cards’ Season 4 Interrupts Your Debate for March Premiere Teaser
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.
Netflix debuted an official campaign ad for Frank Underwood’s own presidential bid during the debate, which itself confirms that House of Cards Season 4 will debut March 4, the first in four years to debut outside of February. See for yourself:
Elsewhere of House of Cards Season 4, we know that Thor baddie Colm Feore will appear as “a high-profile new character” in season 4, which may or may not be one half of a high-profile British couple to rival Francis and Claire. Also on board for the next year of Frank Underwood’s placeholder presidency is Neve Campbell in an equally mysterious role.
Few House of Cards Season 4 details have leaked thus far, though in addition to series leads Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, we might expect the returns of 2015 additions Paul Sparks, Fear The Walking Dead star Kim Dickens and Sherlock baddie Lars Mikkelsen.
While we wait, check out the House of Cards special address again above, stay tuned for more on the premiere, and begrudgingly return to the vastly-more-terrifying real-world debates.
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