Season five will drop May 30 on Netflix.
On "House of Cards" Frank Underwood literally murders people. The closest Australia's second-in-command, Barnaby Joyce, has come to that is threatening to euthanise Johnny Depp's dogs.
Now we can finally stop caring about Ted Cruz's booger and lose ourselves in a fictional presidential race.
Kevin Spacey spent 16 hours posing as the fictional president so artist Jonathan Yeo could capture this piercing portrait.
There's probably never been a president with a criminal appetite like Frank Underwood's, but that's not to say that criminal activity has somehow steered clear of The White House altogether.
If the 60s were the golden age of television, and the 80s owned movie epics, then the 2010s belong to video games.
We were glad to see Cantor go, and his replacement in the leadership, Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy, was announced yesterday. McCarthy will be a step up in my book, and there are some real bright sides to his replacing Eric Cantor, but that's really not...