February 4, 2014
Rep. Francis “Frank” J. Underwood is one of the most despicable people one could ever know. His wife Claire is equally bad, although her chic outfits often hide this fact — at least for a while. Despite their many flaws, the congressman and his wife will once again be welcomed into millions of home later this month, when the second season of Netflix’s “House of Cards” makes its debut. All 13 episodes of the sophomore season will be released on Friday, Feb. 14. First unveiled by Netflix in February 2013, “House of Cards” stars Kevin Spacey as the scheming congressman who is about to become Vice President of the United States. Robin Wright co-stars as the nation’s new Second Lady. The series also stars Kate Mara, Michael Kelly, and Sakina Jaffray. Here's the trailer for the new season: http://youtu.be/gBabKoHSErI In January, Netflix became the first original online programming service to earn a major television award. This was thanks to Wright winning the award for the Best Actress in a Drama Television Series at the Golden Globes. Last September, Netflix also made history when David Fincher won the award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series at the Primetime Emmy Awards. Fincher earned the award for directing the pilot episode of “House of Cards.”
Catching up on Season 1? Follow us on Instagram. You may be handsomely rewarded... http://t.co/qcYHnpMgNz pic.twitter.com/sdpBPe5vcz — House of Cards (@HouseofCards) February 4, 2014Are you watching season one of "House of Cards?" Be sure to take a look at Netflix's special Instagram promotion. You could win some prizes through the photo-sharing site. The Netflix app for iOS is available for download in the App Store. See also: Netflix May Soon Raise Prices, But This Time Around They May Be Justified.