Netflix Drops Season 4 House of Cards Trailer

It's no Fuller House, but it's probably still good.

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  • The amount of time we have to wait in between seasons of Netflix shows is enough to drive anyone insane. The price we pay for bingability. Is it worth it? That's another discussion. But for now, any fans of House of Cards are about to get a little bit sated and a lot ramped up, because the trailer for season four is finally here.

    Frank and Claire weren't able to make it through his insatiable quest for power last season, and for this next round of episodes, it looks like they're completely against each other. The power struggle dynamics between the two are always a huge draw of the show, and we can only hope this upcoming season is truly upping the game in every way.

    Season 4 of House of Cards will be released on Netflix on March 4.

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