"Democracy is overrated," declares Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), and certainly in "House Of Cards," the machinations of the White House have little to do with the power of the ballot. And if you thought the stakes were high and the drama was intense in the first season, apparently, we ain't seen nothing yet.
A brand new trailer for season two has dropped, and yes, we are fully ready to binge watch this thing next month. Murder, conspiracy, terrorist acts and more are hinted and teased throughout, with not much plot shown off, while still showing off a tremendously promising and meaty bit from what looks to be another powerful batch of episodes. And while David Fincher hasn't directed any entries this season, it seems things are doing just fine with out him, with Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright looking like a nearly unstoppable pair, especially now that Frank has the Vice President's chair.
"House Of Cards" season 2 debuts on Netflix on Valentine's Day. And if you want to watch season one again, Netflix has added director's commentaries for all the episodes.