05:07 PM EDT 02/24/2015
House of Cards
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.
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 on 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."
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.
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:
Originally posted 11/27/2014 12:30PM
Thanksgiving is here again, and you know what that means – time to eat!
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.
Originally posted 08/22/2014 04:10PM
What's one way to make these shows more kid-friendly? Remake them with actual kids, of course!
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.
Originally posted 06/07/2014 03:00PM
See what the star turns to, to keep everything fit and fierce
Originally posted 05/15/2014 06:40PM
Robin Wright isn't afraid to stick a knife in someone's back while portraying ruthless political spouse Claire Underwood on House of Cards.
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