Netflix has released a new House of Cards Season 4 trailer – and it’s a reminder of everything you love about the show and its loathsome lead.
Kevin Spacey has perfected the art of being a despicable, duplicitous, downright homicidal sociopath – in short: a politician – and the streaming service’s latest trailer gives us a concentrated dose of exactly that. Once again playing on the fortuitous timing of the US 2016 elections, the campaign video is shot through with murder, marital problems and, if you look very closely around the 18-second and 40-second marks, a smidgen of new footage.
All episodes of the new season are released on Friday 4th March? And is it just us or is “FU2016” becoming more and more like a middle finger stuck up at the camera.
Netflix released another teaser trailer for House of Cards Season 4 on Sunday 17th January, proving once again just how good their marketing team is. Simply titled “Tracks”, it’s smart, witty and carries the sting of a familiar shock…
Netflix released another teaser on 26th January, which is just as chilling as the last one.
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