Robin Wright has officially taken over House of Cards.
Frank Underwood is dead, and Claire Underwood is ready to bury his reputation along with his body. In the new trailer for the upcoming season of House of Cards, Claire takes up her nascent mantle as president of the United States, delivering a stirring introductory speech to the U.S.
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House of Cards is putting Frank Underwood six feet under. The official Twitter account of the hit Netflix drama revealed the series will kill off Kevin Spacey's character in the sixth and final season.In a video posted to Twitter, Robin Wright's Claire Underwood addresses her husband, only to have
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“House of Cards” will invoke the politically influential Koch brothers in its upcoming sixth and final season.
New cast members Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear will play Annette Shepherd and Bill Shepherd, a brother and sister who run Shepherd Unlimited, described by Netflix as “a leading
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