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'House of Cards' Review: Season 2 Starts Off With a Bloody Surprise

Editor's Note: This is part one of Mashable's three-part review of season two. Part one covers episodes 1-3. Parts two and three will publish Saturday and Sunday.

A depleted streetlight above a jogging path in Washington, D.C., is the striking image of House of Cards season two's opening scene — as if foreshadowing 13 episodes filled with darkness. Frank and Claire Underwood come barreling down the path into focus, continuing the nighttime run they began at the end of last year's finale

Dressed in black runners' attire, the power couple look like robbers ready to steal whatever more power they find during their merciless sprint toward a political finish line Read more...

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Stack the Deck With 'House of Cards' Playing Cards

The pursuit of power is nothing but a game, and people are merely pawns. Frank Underwood taught us that

But maybe you prefer cards over chess? Well, in that case, we have you covered. To celebrate the Season 2 of House of Cards, we created playing cards based on the Washington, D.C., drama. Get it? Cards!

All your favorite characters make an appearance, and since the show is dropping on Valentine's Day, we made sure they're all hearts

Who's your favorite? Hopefully not that sleazy photographer guy

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17 Reasons 'House of Cards' Is Your Perfect Valentine's Day Date

Who needs romance when you have scintillating political drama?

The second season of House of Cards is sure to bring plenty of intrigue and excitement to our Netflix queues when it premieres on Friday. Many people, single and taken, are now torn between celebrating the year's biggest Hallmark holiday and indulging on their favorite binge-watch

You could always opt for awkward dinner dates or sad singles mixers, but those hardly compare to Frank Underwood's dubious schemes. No matter how exciting your Valentine's Day plans may be, they couldn't possibly compare to a good, juicy political scandal. Read more...

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Let This 4-Minute 'House of Cards' Recap of Season 1 Jog Your Memory

Need a quick refresher on House of Cards season one before you dive into the political thriller's second season? We've got just the thing to help you prepare.

With 13 new episodes available to binge-watch on Netflix starting on Feb. 14, our friend Shira Lazar from viral trends website What's Trending decided to recap the acclaimed inaugural season in just mere minutes in the above video

The video speeds through every major event involving the manipulative Congressman Frank Underwood, his equally conniving wife, Claire, the tenacious reporter Zoe Barnes and the substance-abusing politician Peter Russo Read more...

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'House of Cards' Fans Have No Clue What Time Season 2 Hits Netflix

This is a public service announcement: House of Cards season two goes live on Netflix at 3:01 a.m. ET and 12:01 a.m. PT. Many fans did not know this early Friday morning

Confused and angry fans who thought all 13 episodes of the new season were supposed to arrive on Netflix one minute past minute were in for a rude awakening when the season did not appear on the streaming service. They quickly expressed their displeasures on Twitter.

Here's are some tweets from fans, some of whom are opting to go to bed instead of waiting: Read more...

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Barack Obama Pleads 'House of Cards' Fans Not To Post Spoilers

U.S. President Barack Obama tweeted what's on the mind of every House of Cards fan, imploring binge-watchers not post any spoilers when season two debuts Friday.

Netflix will unleash all 13 episodes of the political thriller's new season at 3:01 a.m. ET on Valentine's Day, with some fans planning to race through 13 hours of the acclaimed show in one day, so the likelihood of a spoiler (or a few) leaking onto social media is high

Tomorrow: @houseofcards. No spoilers, please.

— Barack Obama (@barackobama) February 13, 2014

But what if you don't abide by Obama's advice? Well, it's basically treason. Kinda. OK, not really, though please listen to the president on this one. Read more...

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February 12 2014

11 'House of Cards' Valentines to Lobby Your Lover's Heart

Love is backstabbing, revenge and sweet, sweet BBQ sauce. Just ask Frank Underwood.

The House of Cards protagonist won't bring you chocolates and a teddy bear on Valentine's Day, but he will kill a man with his bare hands. He'll also sleep around with ambitious reporters, but let's not get picky.

Say "I love you...but you should understand I'm only in this relationship for appearances and mutual gain" with House of Cards valentines. It's love, only more vicious.

House of Cards Season 2 debuts Feb. 14 on Netflix. Read more...

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3 New 'House of Cards' Promos Arrive Before Season 2 Debut

Netflix doesn't want you to forget that House of Cards returns Feb. 14

Just days before the season two floodgates open — with all 13 episodes becoming available at 12:01 a.m. PT Friday — Netflix has unveiled three promos to whet fans' appetites

The first teaser, above, focuses on newly minted U.S. Vice President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his attempts to thwart powerful enemies who threaten to expose his political dirty laundry. The second dramatic promo, below, spotlights his wife, Claire (Robin Wright), and the sacrifices and cutthroat behaviors of being a politician's spouse Read more...

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February 10 2014

House of Cards Against Humanity: For the Vengeful Party Planner

At the intersection of cutthroat politics and party games for the twisted sits House of Cards Against Humanity.

Yes, you read that correctlyNetflix is joining forces with Cards Against Humanity to create a special 25-pack deck inspired by its original series House of Cards. Cards Against Humanity offered a printed version of the deck for free, but has run out at time of publishing. Disappointed fans can still download both plain-text and print-and-play versions.

Cards in the new deck include "carbon monoxide poisoning," "discharging a firearm in a residential area" and "strangling a dog to make a point to the audience," along with — fair warning — other spoilers Read more...

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February 04 2014

'House of Cards' Is Coming Back for a Third Season

It seems that Frank Underwood has earned himself another term in office. The offices of Netflix, that is

The streaming service has officially green-lit a third season for House of Cards, a Netflix representative confirmed

The show was originally only given a two-season pickup, but Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos had previously expressed interest in continuing the show's run

"I think if you look at the original House of Cards, there was a natural third season, and we could go well beyond that," Sarandos said at a panel in November Read more...

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10 'House of Cards' Reactions to Valentine's Day Disappointments

Valentine's Day is fun for those lucky enough to be in a loving relationship. Flowers, candy, fancy restaurants — the expectations are endless.

This means the disappointments are equally unlimited. Your beloved valentine might forget your favorite flower, that you have an allergy to nuts or recently began a restrictive gluten-free diet. Or they might just forget the day altogether.

Whatever the case, Netflix can help those dealing with the upsets the holiday might bring this year, returning with its intense political drama House of Cards Feb. 14

In preparation for the big day, we gathered some of Frank Underwood's best camera glares, side-eyes and steely silent judgements to help keep your eyes from rolling all of the way out of your head when confronted with all the mishaps this terrible holiday can bring. Read more...

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January 30 2014

Stop Encouraging Binge Watching

Prepare yourselves: Netflix will release House of Cards Season 2 on Valentine's Day. For fans of the first season, this means a sense of excitement mingled with foreboding — because of course, Netflix will release all 13 hour-long episodes at once. Subscribers will have to make a decision soon: do they blow the whole weekend of Feb. 15 to 16 on the show, or do they risk the slings and arrows of outrageous spoilers?

It's surprising how fast we have entered into a world where binge viewing of an entire season is not only the norm, it is encouraged. It's encouraged by Netflix and Hulu Plus, both of which offer versions of their apps (on the web, on the iPad and on Roku, at least) that auto-play the next episode as soon as you get to the credits for the last one. (Netflix calls the feature Post Play.) Read more...

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January 21 2014

10 Ways 'House of Cards' Can Help You Get Ahead at Work

Getting ahead in the workplace can be difficult. It's easy to get stuck in the 9-to-5 grind and slip up. Shirts remain wrinkled, emails go unanswered and, before you know it, you've spent six hours looking at cats on Reddit

Luckily, we have the award-winning Netflix series House of Cards to teach us some valuable work lessons.

Save the date: Season two of House of Cards premieres on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14.

Image: AP Photo/Netflix, Melinda Sue Gordon

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January 14 2014

11 Things You Never Knew About 'House of Cards'

D.C. is full of secretsHouse of Cards, the masterful, award-winning Netflix series that follows the political mischief of House Majority Whip Francis Underwood, is now unleashing a slew of its own

Neflix released its director's commentary, along with a bevy of delightful facts from the likes of directors David Fincher, James Foley and many more. Though they shared mostly technical details about set design and cinematography, they occasionally dropped (spoiler-free) tidbits you won't find anywhere else. We combed through the episodes and plucked out the 10 coolest facts.

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