Netflix Signs Off on Third Season of ‘House of Cards’

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“House of Cards,” the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning political drama starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, will get a third season on Netflix.

Netflix has ordered a third season of the show, 10 days before the second season debuts on the streaming service. It’s likely that the third season, as with the other full seasons of “House of Cards” and other Netflix originals, will also consist of 13 hour-long episodes. The news was first announced by actress Robin Wright, who stars opposite Spacey as a Washington, DC power couple, at a press event for the show. She told TheWrap, “We start shooting season three soon” — a statement that was later confirmed by a Netflix rep.

The show is financed, produced, and packaged by Media Rights Capital, and is produced by Kevin Spacey’s Trigger Street Productions.

This marks the first renewal for “House of Cards,” which was originally picked up by Netflix for two seasons and 26 episodes. It also continues Netflix’s streak of renewing every original series it has ordered to date (outside of “Arrested Development,” which it is also interested in bringing back).

“House of Cards,” based on the BBC miniseries of the same name, is created by Beau Willimon and executive produced by Willimon, David Fincher, Kevin Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Eric Roth, Joshua Donen, Andrew Davies, Michael Dobbs, and David Manson.
In news that should not come as a surprise to anyone, Netflix has ordered a fourth season of its flagship original series, “House of Cards.”

The award-winning political drama, which stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as a power couple in DC who by the third season have plotted their way into the White House, will back next year — though Netflix did not provide a premiere date. Production is scheduled to start later this summer in and around Baltimore.

In addition to Spacey and Wright, the “House of Cards” cast also includes Michael Kelly, Molly Parker, Mahershala Ali, Jayne Atkinson, Nathan Darrow, Elizabeth Marvel, Derek Cecil, and Jimmi Simpson.

The series is based on a British miniseries of the same name and is produced for Netflix by Trigger Street Productions and David Fincher, Eric Roth, and Joshua Donen in association with Media Rights Capital. Executive producers include Fincher, Donen, Roth, Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Andrew Davies, Michael Dobbs, and series creator and showrunner Beau Willimon.
The award-winning political drama, which stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as a power couple in DC who by the third season have plotted their way into the White House, will back next year — though Netflix did not provide a premiere date. Production is scheduled to start later this summer in and around Baltimore.

In addition to Spacey and Wright, the “House of Cards” cast also includes Michael Kelly, Molly Parker, Mahershala Ali, Jayne Atkinson, Nathan Darrow, Elizabeth Marvel, Derek Cecil, and Jimmi Simpson.

The series is based on a British miniseries of the same name and is produced for Netflix by Trigger Street Productions and David Fincher, Eric Roth, and Joshua Donen in association with Media Rights Capital. Executive producers include Fincher, Donen, Roth, Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Andrew Davies, Michael Dobbs, and series creator and showrunner Beau Willimon.

“House of Cards,” based on the BBC miniseries of the same name, is created by Beau Willimon and executive produced by Willimon, David Fincher, Kevin Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Eric Roth, Joshua Donen, Andrew Davies, Michael Dobbs, and David Manson.
In news that should not come as a surprise to anyone, Netflix has ordered a fourth season of its flagship original series, “House of Cards.”

The award-winning political drama, which stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as a power couple in DC who by the third season have plotted their way into the White House, will back next year — though Netflix did not provide a premiere date. Production is scheduled to start later this summer in and around Baltimore.

In addition to Spacey and Wright, the “House of Cards” cast also includes Michael Kelly, Molly Parker, Mahershala Ali, Jayne Atkinson, Nathan Darrow, Elizabeth Marvel, Derek Cecil, and Jimmi Simpson.

The series is based on a British miniseries of the same name and is produced for Netflix by Trigger Street Productions and David Fincher, Eric Roth, and Joshua Donen in association with Media Rights Capital. Executive producers include Fincher, Donen, Roth, Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Andrew Davies, Michael Dobbs, and series creator and showrunner Beau Willimon.
The award-winning political drama, which stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright as a power couple in DC who by the third season have plotted their way into the White House, will back next year — though Netflix did not provide a premiere date. Production is scheduled to start later this summer in and around Baltimore.

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