Kevin Spacey returns as Frank Underwood in Season Four of Netflix original House of Cards. The heat of the campaign trail resume and the conflict with Russia grows tense as Frank and Claire continue to clash when Claire threatens to launch her own campaign. Find out here how to catch up with the latest developments in House of Cards season 4 on Netflix.
House of Cards Season 4
Release Date: March 4, 2016.
Creator: Beau Willimon
Runtime: the House of Cards season 4 release date was March 4, 2016
Season’s IMDb Rating: 8.1/10
Season’s Rotten Tomatoes Score: 87% with an average of 7.8/10.
The fourth season of House of Cards continues with Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his wife Claire (Robin Wright) each trying to undermine each other. Still battling Heather Dunbar (Elizabeth Marvel)for the democratic primary, Frank carefully considers his choice of running mate. Season four introduces Joel Kinnaman in a recurring role as Will Conway, the Republican nominee for president. Armed with social media technology, the young and handsome couple begin to capture the hearts of America, thwarting Frank’s numerous attempts to sabotage their seemingly perfect image.
Also, get ready for a surprise from Lucas Goodwin (Sebastian Arcelus), as he returns to the spotlight after being released from prison. Also get ready for more appearances by Lars Mikkelsen as Russian President Viktor Petrov, as Russian-U.S. relations grow tense. Midway into the season, we are thrust forward into the U.S. general election. Get ready for a surprise choice for Vice-President by Frank Underwood. Watch President Underwood face off with the young Governor Will Conway. Get ready for major issues of national security and domestic terrorism in the spotlight, as the tension builds to the dramatic cliffhanger at the season finale. Get ready for a thrilling conclusion to the most powerful season of House of Cards yet!
Netflix announced the fourth season April 2, 2015 on Twitter, posting the tweet: “I will leave a legacy #Underwood2016.”
Did you know that many of the events in this season mirror real political events? The season introduces us to ICO, a terrorist organization based off remnants of the Ba’ath party, much like the modern terrorist organization ISIS. The season also involves private email scandals, a mysterious front runner, and an open seat on the Supreme Court. Also: in the final shot of the season, Claire and Frank both look at the camera, breaking the fourth wall together. Might Claire break the fourth wall again in future seasons?
Episodes 3, 4, 9, and 10 were directed by Robin Wright, the actress who plays Claire.
House of Cards Season 4 Episode Guide
Episode 1: “Chapter 40.”
Episode 2: “Chapter 41.”
Episode 3: “Chapter 42.”
Episode 4: “Chapter 43.”
Episode 5: “Chapter 44.”
Episode 6: “Chapter 45.”
Episode 7: “Chapter 46.”
Episode 8: “Chapter 47.”
Episode 9: “Chapter 48.”
Episode 10: “Chapter 49.”
Episode 11: “Chapter 50.”
Episode 12: “Chapter 51.”
Episode 13: “Chapter 52.”
Is House of Cards Season 4 on Netflix?
Yes! Season 4 of House of Cards was released on Netflix and is available in the following countries: the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. It’s currently unavailable in European countries and Hong Kong.
If you want to find out more about the availability of this TV show, you should check out our article on the Netflix House of Cards TV show.
The Season 4 House of Cards offers a thrilling political adventure. Get ready for a shocking mid-season cliffhanger as Frank battles for much more than the White House. Watch as the tensions between Frank and Claire reach their climax and final resolution when the political power couple is finally reunited. Log on to Netflix now and watch the thrilling political adventure.