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House of Cards Was Renewed for Season 4: Here's What Needs to Happen

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UpdatePosted 04/03/2015 10:20AM

House of Cards Was Renewed for Season 4: Here Are 5 Things We Want to See

Originally posted 03/04/2015 02:35PM

Hardcore House of Cards fans who spent the last weekend of February bingeing on all 13 episodes were immediately hungry for the next chapter in Netflix's drama.

Luckily, as the streaming service announced Thursday, season 4 will air sometime in 2016.

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Robin Wright Talks Sex Life with Ben Foster: 'I've Never Been Happier'

Robin Wright Talks Sex Life with Ben Foster: 'I've Never Been Happier'

Originally posted 03/10/2015 06:40PM

Robin Wright is very frank when it comes to the passion she shares with Ben Foster.

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Sesame Street Brilliantly Spoofs House of Cards (VIDEO)

Originally posted 02/23/2015 04:45PM

[YOUTUBE "92NXMtVtv8o"] With four days until House of Cards' third season premiere, fans started the week with a couple of treats to hold them over until Friday.

On Monday, the parody geniuses at Sesame Street combined a childhood favorite with the dirty dealings of Kevin Spacey's powerhouse politico Frank Underwood.

In a House of Cards/Three Little Pigs mashup, Frank Underwolf has his sights set on the White Brick House.

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House of Cards: Season 3 of Netflix Original Series Accidentally Put Online 2 Weeks Early | Kevin Spacey

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House of Cards: Season 3 of Netflix Original Series Accidentally Put Online 2 Weeks Early

Originally posted 02/12/2015 09:10AM

Workplaces across the nation ground to a halt for a thrilling half hour on Wednesday.

Sometime around 4:30 p.m. ET, season 3 of Netflix's House of Cards was put online a full two weeks ahead of its release date.

Netflix has taken the error – which many of the Twitterverse believe to have been a publicity stunt – in stride.

"Due to a technical glitch some Frank Underwood fans got a sneak peak," said a Netflix rep in a statement to PEOPLE. "He'll be back on Netflix onĀ Feb 27. #nospoilers."

"This is Washington," read a Tweet from the official House of Cards Twitter. "There's always a leak. All 13 episodes will launch February 27."

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Kevin Spacey Wins Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

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Kevin Spacey Wins SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

Originally posted 01/25/2015 09:20PM

House of Cards star Kevin Spacey won the award for outstanding performance by a male actor in a drama series at the SAG Awards Sunday, beating out some serious competition in the category.

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See When Your Favorite Shows Are Returning

See When Your Favorite Shows Are Returning

Originally posted 12/27/2014 06:00PM

The holidays are not over yet, because the gift of more great TV is just around the corner!

Here's a list of premiere dates for many of your favorite shows, including the air dates for must-see award shows like the Academy Awards and the Grammys:

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INFOGRAPHIC: What Would Your Favorite TV Character Bring to Thanksgiving?

INFOGRAPHIC: What Would Your Favorite TV Character Bring to Thanksgiving?

Originally posted 11/27/2014 12:30PM

Thanksgiving is here again, and you know what that means – time to eat!

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Why House of Cards Should Win an Emmy | House of Cards, Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright

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Why House of Cards Should Win an Emmy

Originally posted 08/24/2014 06:00PM

Suspenseful and crackling good, Netflix's House of Cards, which is nominated for outstanding drama series, is a triumph on so many levels.

It's an expertly serialized workplace/relationship drama about Washington, D.C. that has you rooting for two of the most dastardly characters on TV right now – Francis and Claire Underwood, masterfully played by the Emmy-nominated Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.

No one in Frank or Claire's world is the least bit likable, either – a true testament to the work of series creator Beau Willimon, who thinks we prefer our politicians cunning, murderous, and not the least bit trustworthy.

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UpdatePosted 08/22/2014 05:15PM

See These Adorable Kids Re-Enact the Grittiest Emmy-Nominated Dramas

Originally posted 08/22/2014 04:10PM

The world of prestige TV is not a safe one for children. When people aren't being eaten by dragons, they're getting pushed in front of subway cars or murdered in other dangerous ways.

What's one way to make these shows more kid-friendly? Remake them with actual kids, of course!

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Your New House Majority Leader Prepped Kevin Spacey for House of Cards – But Don't Be Alarmed | Kevin McCarthy

Meet Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the House's New No. 2

Originally posted 07/31/2014 04:45PM

When Kevin Spacey was preparing to play ruthless House majority whip Frank Underwood on House of Cards, he turned to then-actual House majority whip Kevin McCarthy.

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