Netflix has used the official Twitter account of its political drama “House of Cards” this morning to announce that the show’s thirteen-episode third season is set to debut in its entirety on February 27th next year.
It’s a welcome announcement, the squabble and ultimate agreement over the show’s use of tax incentives in Maryland doesn’t seemed to have caused much of a delay as the two previous seasons both hit in February of 2013 and 2014 respectively.
This season, which includes “Gone Girl” scene stealer Kim Dickens in a recurring role, sees Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood now having attained his ultimate goal of becoming the President of the United States. How long will he be able to keep a hold on his position though?
A special message from the White House. https://t.co/YxFcHfA5qy
– House of Cards (@HouseofCards) December 1, 2014