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    Watch: The Butchery Begins in the Trailer for 'House of Cards' Season Two

    Netflix's flagship series "House of Cards" returns for a second season on February 14th, with Kevin Spacey back in the role of Francis Underwood, ice-blooded D.C. politician and consummate breaker of the fourth wall.

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    Watch: Power & Hypocrisy Collide In Full Trailer For 'House Of Cards' Season 2

    Frank Underwood is back for a second helping of "House Of Cards," and it looks like the scheming, duplicitous world of Washington, D.C. is only getting more twisted in the next season of the hit Netflix show.

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    Kevin Spacey Talks Changing Paradigms and Buying Woody Allen a Netflix Subscription in GQ

    GQ has named Kevin Spacey the "Power Broker of the Year" in its December "Men of the Year" issue, mainly because of his role in the landmark Netflix original series "House of Cards." The D.C. drama was perhaps more successful than many realize.

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    Why 'It's Like a 13-Hour Movie' Fails to Do Justice to Great TV

    Comparing quality television series to films doesn't take into account what serialized small screen stories are able to take advantage of in a way that cinema can't -- time.

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    'It's like a drug, but I get to control it': Seven Highlights From the 'House of Cards' TimesTalk With Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and Beau Willimon

    "History will not remember those who had nothing to offer but stagnation," "House of Cards" showrunner Beau Willimon said as he set the tone for last night's live streamed New York Times panel discussion about the Netflix series that stretched from binge viewing to the congressional inefficiencies o...

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    Exclusive: Kevin Spacey & Robin Wright Directed Episodes Of 'House Of Cards' Season 2, But David Fincher Won't

    Of the many excellent things about this year's "House Of Cards" — besides being produced by David Fincher and penned by "Ides Of March" writer Beau Willimon, not to mention the stellar cast — was the array of directorial talent behind the camera. After Fincher set the tone with the first two episode...

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    Watch: Kevin Spacey Gives the Edinburgh Television Festival Keynote, Urges TV Execs to Take Risks Film Execs Are Not

    Kevin Spacey delivered the keynote address at this year's Edinburgh International Television Festival, the James MacTaggart Memorial Lecture, noting that 15 years ago he, as the first actor to do so, would never have been asked because "television was considered a lost cause."

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    Watch: Stephen Colbert Calls Kevin Spacey 'The Jackie Robinson of The Internet' for His 'House of Cards' Emmy Nominations

    Kevin Spacey appeared on "The Colbert Report" last night to talk "House of Cards," which is up for nine Emmys, including Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his performance as the amoral Representative Frank Underwood.

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    'Doing bad for the greater good': Kevin Spacey, Beau Willimon and Co. Look Back at 'House of Cards' Season One

    Late last week at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, "House of Cards" showrunner Willimon and cast members Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and more gathered for for a panel discussion about the origins of the Netflix series.

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    WATCH White House Correspondent Dinner Parodies from Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day Lewis, and Kevin Spacey (VIDEO)

    This year's annual D.C. schmooze-fest, the White House Correspondents Dinner, featured some mischievous film and television parodies. There's nothing subversive or particularly astute here, but watching big muckety-mucks make fun of themselves is always a pleasure.

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