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Sean Penn Sets First TV Series: a Hulu Space Drama

'The First,' from 'House of Cards' creator Beau Willimon, marks the Oscar-winning actor's small-screen series-regular debut. read more

Sean Penn To Star In Beau Willimon’s ‘The First’ TV Series For Hulu & Channel 4

In his first major TV role, two-time Oscar winner Sean Penn has been tapped as the male lead of The First, House of Cards creator Beau Willimon’s straight-to-series drama, slated to premiere on Hulu and Channel 4 in 2018. Written byShow More Summary

Beau Willimon Elected President Of WGA East

The WGA East has a new president, and ideally things will go more smoothly for him than the president he created for House of Cards. Beau Willimon has been elected to the top job at the NYC-based guild. He ran unopposed as Michael Winship chose...Show More Summary

Here’s who won (and poked fun) at the Emmy Awards

Colbert's direct shot at the president was just one of the ways politics made its way into Sunday's television awards, from nods to the cut-throat Washington drama “House of Cards” to Alec Baldwin's infamous impersonation on “Saturday Night Live.” Continue reading ? The post Here’s who won (and poked fun) at the Emmy Awards appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, And Ellen DeGeneres Drop In On Netflix Drama

New ads see award-winning shows like “House of Cards,” “Orange Is The New Black,” “The Crown” and “Stranger Things” get some stand-up comic relief. What: Netflix uses its award-winning dramas to sell its upcoming superstar stand-up comedy specials with Seinfeld, Chappelle, Rock, and DeGeneres. The campaign is called “Netflix Is a Joke.” Read Full Story

Dave Chappelle, Jerry Seinfeld And More Crash Netflix Shows

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This Year's Emmy Winners

"This year streaming shows accounted for four of the seven nominees for Outstanding Drama Series, two of the picks for Outstanding Comedy Series, and programs like The Handmaid’s Tale, House of Cards, and Master of None have earned praise in nearly every major category. But earning a nomination only does so much; at the end of the day, it’s […]

The Handmaid's Tale Wins the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series

The Handmaid's Tale took home the award for Outstanding Drama Series at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday. The dystopian drama beat out Stranger Things, House of Cards, and The Crown from Netflix, as well cable favorites likeShow More Summary

House of Cards' Joel Kinnaman, Neve Campbell, & Paul Sparks Team Up for Emmys 2017

Joel Kinnaman suited up for the 2017 Emmy Awards! The 37-year-old House of Cards actor looked dapper in his black and white tux for the event held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles. He was joined by his wife Cleo, as well as his co-stars Neve Campbell, her partner JJ [...]

SHIT — Robin Wright Is Too Sexy For The Emmys Red Carpet!

She got it right! Robin Wright served evil queen vibes on the Emmy Awards carpet in this swoon-worthy look! The actress practically poured herself into the sequined stunner! The House of Cards star completed the getup with a bracelet and messy locks. Robin looks so damn hot! [Image via Getty Images.]

John Lithgow Wins the Emmy for Supporting Actor in a Drama

John Lithgow (The Crown) won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series on Sunday. He beat out Jonathan Banks (Better Call Saul), Mandy Patinkin (Homelandn), Michael Kelly (House of Cards), David Harbour (Stranger Things),...Show More Summary

Best Performances: House of Cards' Michael Kelly on Doug's "Ultimate Sacrifice"

On Season 5 of House of Cards, the moment Doug Stamper (Michael Kelly) has been simultaneously dreading and preparing for finally arrived. In the penultimate episode, Claire and Frank Underwood (Robin Wright and Kevin Spacey) invite Doug, Frank's chief of staff, to a dinner... Show More Summary

Kobach’s House of Cards

AP Photo/Holly Ramer Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner at a meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity on September 12, 2017, in Manchester, New Hampshire.  democracy_rules.jpg C...Show More Summary

Netflix Could Foresee Spending As Much As $20 Million Per Hour Of Content

Much has been said about the money Netflix is spending on their original content. When House of Cards on the streaming service, few could have foreseen what a powerhouse they’ve become in television. Not only do they produce a whole lot of content, but they’ve also helped to redefine what audiences expect from television. No longer […]

How Fraud at a Dubai Resort Could Signal Global Economy House of Cards

I generally believe there’s a lot more fraud in the economy than comes to light. It hides in plain site until it isn’t hiding anymore. Most of it is pretty bald faced, but people are lazy and don’t question what they’re told and don’t want to look stupid asking questions of others who are presumed to know what they’re talking about. Show More Summary

Australia Mortgage Market Is Now A $1.7 Trillion "House Of Cards"

Over a decade ago, the U.S. residential housing market was revealed to be perhaps the biggest ponzi scheme ever created as easy financing enabled people to buy/build countless investment properties, that they were in no way adequately...Show More Summary

Kate Mara To Topline Nellie Bly Drama Series Project For eOne & Bond Producers

House Of Cards alumna Kate Mara is set to star in and executive produce a drama series project based on Nellie Bly’s book 10 Days In A Mad-House. The untitled project, now in development, hails from Entertainment One, James Bond film...Show More Summary

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