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House of Cards: Season 1

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Give me the gist…

Francis Underwood is a United States congressman in the Democrats party, beginning the series as an established party whip expecting a promotion to the Presidents staff. 336 more words


Sooo, we “got” Netflix a few weeks ago (Series 3 of House of Cards made us do it!) and I’m kinda hooked.

I very much like the variety of series vs films, documentaries vs fiction etc. 315 more words

Bring back proper opening titles for TV shows!

Theorizing that one could time travel within his own lifetime, Doctor Sam Beckett led an elite group of scientists into the desert to develop a top-secret project, known as QUANTUM LEAP. 754 more words


House of Cards (BBC 1990) - Episode Two

The beleaguered prime minster and his colleagues have decamped to Brighton for the party conference.  Urquhart acidly rates the performances of his colleagues, all of whom are subtly auditioning for the PM’s job. 574 more words


Confessions of A Failed Binge Watcher

(WTNH)  I am one of many people, inside the television business and out, who believes we are living through a golden age of TV programming.  Starting with “The Sopranos” in the late 90’s, and continuing into the present with one excellent series after another, an industry that for decades was labeled a “vast wasteland” of content has redeemed itself with programs featuring superb characters, plotting, acting, etc., worthy of the kind of acclaim only the finest in cinema was once accorded.  439 more words


Gerard Depardieu May Star In Netflix's French Version Of ‘House Of Cards’

Gerard Depardieu is currently in talks to star in Netflix’s first French-language production, Marseille. According to Variety, the actor will play a similar role to that of… 107 more words


Netflix Rumored To Want Gerard Depardieu For French 'House Of Cards'

Netflix reportedly is courting Gerard Depardieu to play a French version of the conniving U.S. president played by Kevin Spacey in House Of Cards, according to Radio Europe1. 225 more words