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It's been too long since we had lovable psychopath Frank Underwood in our lives, which is why it's so good to see him back on Netflix. The third season of House of Cards is now available on the streaming service, although eagle-eyed viewers may have caught the first episode when it leaked on Febru...

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February 27, 2015 at 4:49AM
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We don't know why, but the third season of House of Cards popped up on Netflix today, well ahead of the planned February 27th release date. It appears to be gone again now (our stream of episode one is still going until Netflix rips it from our cold, dead browser tab) but that's the life of online...

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If you rushed through House of Cards' second season and have been wondering when you could see more of Frank Underwood's political machinations, wonder no longer. Netflix has revealed that the third season of its best-known streaming TV series will be available on February 27th, 2015. The teaser (...

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After an all-too-long wait, the second season of House of Cards is available for streaming on Netflix. Season one (feel free to revisit it with director's commentary if you like) wasn't Netflix's first foray into streaming (regionally) exclusive content, but the series has served as its highest pr...

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Before the start of season two on Valentine's Day, Netflix has a gift for the legions of House of Cards fans. Deadline reports that the streaming outfit confirmed that it has renewed the political drama for a third season. When the series started, it was planned as a two-season run with a $100 mil...

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Netflix's exclusive content push is rolling on, starting with news that Lilyhammer will return for a third season later this year. As usual Netflix hasn't released viewer numbers or statistics, but season two's eight episodes have apparently done well enough in a month to justify another go-round ...

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Earlier today Netflix CEO Reed Hastings jumped into LG's press conference to confirm that his company will offer the second season of House of Cards in 4K, streamed directly to Ultra HD TVs from LG and others. Naturally then, we stopped by Netflix's Las Vegas hotel suite to check out the latest of...

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