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    WATCH: Seductively Simple Teaser Trailer Arrives for 'House of Cards' Season 2, Sets Premiere Date

    A simple yet tantalizing teaser trailer for "House of Cards" Season 2 has arrived. In the black-and-white 30 second spot, Robin Wright's Claire Underwood appears to be continuing her Lady Macbeth-like scheming, as she puffs calmly on a cigarette and contemplates -- what? Watch below.

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    Watch: First Teaser For 'House Of Cards' Season 2 Stays Silent

    If the early winter is cinema's dumping ground, it's the right time to settle in with your old pal television. January brings with it "True Detective" and "Girls"on HBO, and while you'll be watching those week-by-week, Netflix is giving you good a reason to get close with someone you love on Valenti...

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    Netflix Sets a Date for 'House of Cards' Season Two, Releases Moody Teaser

    Season two of "House of Cards" will premiere on February 14th -- Valentine's Day. Netflix announced the return date of its high-profile D.C. drama by releasing a moody teaser featuring Robin Wright wordlessly smoking, alone.

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    Why Amazon's Original Series May Be More Successful (If Less Interesting) Than Netflix's

    As soon as Amazon announced its first round of original series, thoughts were drawn to Netflix and its big year of introducing shows of its own, starting with "House of Cards." Parallels between the two companies were quickly drawn -- and understandably so.

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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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    Talks Underway For Third Season Of 'House Of Cards' After All

    Earlier this month, producer Rick Cleveland, speaking at the Vancouver International Film Festival, caused a bit of a minor stir when he suggested that Netflix's award-winning political series “House of Cards" wasn't going to last past a second season. Why? He claimed stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wr...

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    'House Of Cards' Producer Says Season 2 Will Likely Be The Last

    Good news for those who think current TV shows stay on far past their welcome, or bad news for those who think "House Of Cards" still has yet to hit its peak, but, according to one person close to the series, the currently in production second season could very well be its last.

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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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    'Breaking Bad,' 'House Of Cards' & 'Behind The Candelabra' Among Big Emmy Winners

    Last night TV's finest -- which these days tends to include some of movie's finest too -- gathered for the Emmy Awards, while the the rest of us stayed glued to "Breaking Bad" and to some extent, the series finale of "Dexter." Either way, both options were better than that dubstep dance routine to "...

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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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