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A Speedy Refresher Course for Your Summer TV Favorites

6 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Catch Up on “House of Cards,” “Game of Thrones,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Younger” and “Queen Sugar.”

Kevin Spacey Competes With Gordon Ramsay At Cursing, And Surprisingly Wins

British chef Gordon Ramsay isn’t known to mince his words. But even he seemed slightly shocked by “House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey’s liberal use of curse words in a promo clip for his new show. In a video that’s fast going viral, Spacey...Show More Summary

House Of Cards’ Season 5 Review: Kevin Spacey & Robin Wright Swagger Back

Back for its fifth season on May 30, House of Cards has re-discovered its swagger in a new political era that makes the ruthless Frank and Claire Underwood look pretty great, reasonable and ever appealing as the Netflix series goes for...Show More Summary

Turns Out Robin Wright Didn’t Really Get That House of Cards Raise She Demanded

Remember that great moment last year when Robin Wright talked about leveraging her popularity on House of Cards for a bigger paycheck? Speaking to an audience at the Rockefeller Foundation, Wright said, “I was like, ‘You better pay me or I’m going to go public.’ And they did.” It was ... More »

Everything you need to know about what's happened on 'House of Cards' before the new season

It's hard enough to keep up with real-world politics these days, and the same goes for Netflix's "House of Cards," which returns for season five on May 30. There are many new characters, a lot of intense fights between Frank and Claire Underwood, and a lot of Doug Stamper being really, really creepy. Show More Summary

Overrated/Underrated, Summer TV edition: 'House of Cards' faces an uphill battle, and the rise of the reboot

UNDERRATED Every show that’s ended, apparently: Were you sad when your “Friends” finally parted ways with network TV, and — to an extent — you? Wait awhile. While there may not be enough money yet on the table, time will tell, as networks and streaming services can’t get enough of reunions, with...

Stranger Things: The ‘Forces Of Evil’ In Season 2 Make The Demogorgon Look ‘Quaint’

Last year’s Netflix original series Stranger Things was one of the many surprise hits the streaming service has cranked out over the past several years. Ever since they launched House of Cards, Netflix has been on a role with all the quality content they’ve provided. Show More Summary

Stream Queen: Love and Politics with New House of Cards, The Bachelorette, and Bloodline

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Chase Burns No, Robin Wright isn't the new bachelorette, but wouldn't that be fun? Collage by Chase Burns We're almost into summer TV territory, y'all, but not quite yet. We still need to finish off The Leftovers and Better Call Saul. Show More Summary

Retailers cheer GOP retreat on ending debit card fees limit

WASHINGTON (AP) — Restaurants, grocers and other businesses celebrated on Thursday as House Republicans backed off efforts to eliminate the cap on fees that banks can charge retailers when customers use a debit card. The chairman of the Financial Services Committee, Rep. Show More Summary

Kevin Spacey Says 'House Of Cards' Frank Underwood Has 'Better Writers' Than Trump!

Kevin Spacey thinks that his fictional House of Cards character Frank Underwood might be slightly more developed than real-life President Trump. “At some point between when we’ve shot the season and before it drops there are three or four or five things that we have dealt with on the show happen that end up happening [...]

House Of Cards Got All Too Real When Frank Underwood Showed Up On The D.C. Metro

Imagine you're on your way to work minding your own business on the D.C. Metro when, out of nowhere, the President shows up on your train! Well, Kevin Spacey's version of the POTUS, anyway.

Matt Lauer: House of Cards ‘Tame’ Compared to Trump White House

According to Matt Lauer, the murderous fictional president portrayed by Kevin Spacey on the Netflix series House of Cards is “tame” in comparison to Donald Trump’s presidency. Interviewing the actor on Wednesday’s NBC Today, Lauer wondered: “...did you ever imagine that there would come a time in real-life politics that would make the plot lines of your show seem tame?”

Brazil's corruption mess: perfect crime or comedy caper?

The cast of ruthless men in Brazil's corruption crisis inevitably prompts comparisons to the Netflix series "House of Cards." A slapstick crime caper could be as appropriate. There's no question that the scandal enveloping PresidentShow More Summary

Robin Wright Tells 'Ellen' She's 'Shocked Every Morning' By Trump

Robin Wright stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing on Tuesday (May 23), and talked about how she wakes up every morning “shocked” by President Donald Trump, despite the dramatic storylines on her hit Netflix show House of Cards. “You’d think after five years of doing this show, I’d be immune to the shock,” the [...]

Cards of the Moment

A+T – publisher of books and magazines on public spaces, work places, renovations, and collective housing – has just released 50 Urban Blocks, a "set of cards containing 50 examples of how to design an urban block."Unlike previous titles from a+t, the deck of cards are hypothetical designs rather than specific case studies. Show More Summary

How Trump Has Made Corrupt President Underwood on 'House of Cards' Seem Like an Appealing Alternative

4 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

House of Cards hit Netflix a few years ago as a pitch black drama about the lengths that politicians will go to to achieve and maintain power. At the center of the show were the Underwoods, Francis and Clare, who...

Netflix Got Pete Souza, Obama’s Photographer, to Shoot ‘Candids’ of Frank Underwood

Netflix has always enjoyed dipping into the real world for its House of Cards marketing. Most famously, it did so with the "FU 2016" campaign via BBH, which including running a campaign ad for Frank Underwood during a Republican presidential debate in December 2015. Now, as Season 5 approaches, the show is again delightfully blurring...

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