Robin Wright makes a beautiful, accomplished feature directorial debut.
A new President comes to power the season finale of House of Cards.
The Underwoods tie off a few loose ends they try to navigate the investigation.
Under cover of darkness the Underwoods execute their machinations, and if there’s anything to be gleaned from Claire’s newly acquired Mark Rothko, darkness is on the horizon.
A politician can be bumped out of the public favour with an incriminating recording?
Chapter 60 of House of Cards features a bunch of white dudes hanging out in the forest playing dress up, whilst the women are back in the White House getting some real work done.
Claire comes up against her biggest challenge as stand-in President yet as a threat sends the White House down into the bunker.
There’s a woman in the White House on House of Cards. Madam Acting President is handed over the security codes and Claire gets some major decision-making moments under her belt.
Frank Underwood flips the Founding Fathers the bird in a consequential episode of House of Cards.
If there’s any episode of House of Cards meant to rid one of the delusion of a fair and equal democracy — it’s this one.
On the eve of House of Cards' election, one cannot help but wonder, is it out with the old and in with the new?
It might be Halloween on House of Cards but there are more frightening things in the White House than imagined ghouls and goblins.
House of Cards returns for season five. But can the first episode – even with all its lies and deception – hold a candle to real life politics?
Chapter 52 reveals that the loaded term "terrorism" is now fully entrenched in the minds and actions of the Underwoods.
Chapter 51 is a setup episode. The cards are precariously perched, awaiting even the slightest puff of air to bring them all fluttering down, and like Tom Yates says, many are girding themselves for tragedy.