House of Cards
"House of Cards" returns for its final season. Cue the sad face emoji.
It’s come to a halt “until further notice.”
We're throwing ourselves into another season of corruption and suspense with a party even the Underwoods would approve of: one with class and panache. Wine, cheese and lip-smacking appetizers that are easy to prepare in advance.
She's not happy about it.
Twenty sixteen was a year of collective loss and sorrow. A year that spanked us. A year when the news made the news. And so it is fitting that many of my most memorable TV moments came straight from newscasts. Yes, we're tired of hearing about Trump. But alas, we don't get to fast-forward through his presidency.
"The worst people on television dress better than we do."
Watch Edmonton easily stand in for Washington, D.C.
It's been clear for some time now that television network news is no longer solely populated by journalists. It's not for nothing that the coined word infotainment has gained currency. In an atmosphere like that, is it any wonder that news correspondents become news personalities who in turn become Hollywood stars?
Inspired by the actual Netflix drama...
All hail TV's most stylish First Lady! "House of Cards" star Robin Wright covers the April 2015 issue of Vanity Fair and
In the second episode of the current season of House of Cards (don't worry, no spoilers follow), Frank Underwood has an epiphany. Faced with a series of obstacles even his devious mind cannot defeat, he suddenly realizes that if he can't get the Congressional leadership "to do what they're dead-set against doing ... we have to reverse our thinking."
He doesn't have time for your hesitation. C'mon. He'll be at your door any minute now. Now you've made him all sad. You dare
We're days away from descending upon the Underwood-run White House in "House of Cards" Season 3, where Claire and Frank will
Leave it to "Sesame Street" to stoke our craving for the next season of "House of Cards."
Mark Feb. 27, 2015 in those calendars "House of Cards" fans, because you've got a date with Frank Under — sorry, make that
It's Sin City meets Homeland with a touch of House of Cards; there's something for comic book junkies and global politics nuts, too -- and plenty of food for thought for the rest of us. #foodcrisis is a new graphic novel that portrays the collapse of the world's agricultural system in 2025.
Maybe Frank Underwood isn't the smartest person in Washington after all. On Friday, actor Kevin Spacey reprised his role
Alberta politics has had all makings of a political drama in recent days, so these 'House of Cards'-style cards don't seem
** WARNING: Spoilers Ahead. Please don't read on unless you've watched "House Of Cards" Season 2, Episode 3, or if you don't