Hardcore House of Cards fans who spent the weekend bingeing on all 13 episodes are already hungry for the next chapter in Netflix's drama.
Season 3 saw Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) as president, but the Oval Office seemed to sap the power he had wielded so ruthlessly for two seasons. Both parties hated him. Congress sought to block the crown jewel of his tenure, America Works, a program that broke the first rule of politics: leave Social Security alone.
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Danny DeVito likes to show off what he calls his "troll foot" on Twitter, and Jimmy Fallon took the bait Wednesday, allowing DeVito the opportunity to pull the thing out on national television.
This may have been a mistake.
Right after he snags a bride, Chris Soules is going to go after a mirror-ball trophy.
PEOPLE has confirmed that Chris Soules will become the 12th celebrity on the 20th season of Dancing with the Stars. He is expected to partner with Witney Carson, the reigning champion.
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach.
"I will do what everybody feels most comfortable doing. I don't care what that is." –Todd Herzog, Survivor: China winner
People on Survivor just want to feel safe.
Before you ever hit the beach, you've suffered months of preparation.
You've passed the grueling gauntlet of casting, where you are assessed against a dozen people who look vaguely like you.
You have trained – swum, sprinted and Crossfit WOD-ed until you had nothing left to snatch.
You have bid adieu to your work and said au revoir to your family.
So when contestants enter the game, they really want to stay there. They want safety and security.