Trailer: Netflix offers a first look at ‘House of Cards’ Season 2

Saturday, December 14th, 2013. Filed under: Entertainment Film Hollywood Stars Online Videos
Following its first season, "House of Cards" is a nominee for four Golden Globe Awards. © Sony Pictures Televisions Inc. All Rights Reserved

Following its first season, “House of Cards” is a nominee for four Golden Globe Awards.
© Sony Pictures Televisions Inc. All Rights Reserved

(Relaxnews) – The digital platform has released the first teaser trailer for the show’s second season, arriving February 14.

On December 12, “House of Cards” returned to the news through the Golden Globes nominations announcement: the first season of the political thriller is a contender for four of the awards, more than any other TV series. One day later, Netflix is taking advantage of the buzz surrounding this news to present the first teaser trailer for “House of Cards” Season 2.

The show’s devoted followers will be reunited with Francis Underwood, the charismatic, ambitious and manipulative senator making his way up the food chain in Washington. Kevin Spacey will return in the role of this colorful main character, who is married to the cold and calculating Claire, played once again by Robin Wright.

As with the first season, the second season will be uploaded to Netflix all at once, so the site’s subscribers around the world can watch the episodes at their own pace.

Watch the trailer for “House of Cards”: Youtu.be/jFhJjCmYi1M

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