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House of Cards has a long history of a F*ck you attitude towards its fans and a lack of care for its ratings. I believe that Netflix has anticipated this, i think they wanted it. Despite the departure of Kevin Spacey, which almost destroyed the show, will still have a foundation for a true final season. HOC is not your typical do-good white-washed political drama, its upside down American flag is not just a middle finger but its symbol. I think a show with a reputation of defying all the odds and does whatever it cares can do this. Not only does having an open ending give the ability to continue the narrative, it gives it a foundation. Every season the Underwoods would defeat their enemies and make some new ones. Whether its Bob Birch or Tom Yates, this show continues to persevere through criticism and bad rating. Its dedication to continue no matter what shows that this will not be the end. The two key parts of a story are still alive, a conflict and characters. While i don't think that the writers have the funds nor time to put the full dedication to truly finish the narrative. This show truly captures the full power of a camera. Despite its truly terrifying story and masterful use of perspective, color and sound. This show is tells a story that deserves to be told.
With all this combined i do truly think that the writers and the actors want to finish there brain child and they have the stage to do so. This was the very first Netflix original and that alone deserves it an award, however, the show must go on.
I’m so sad I’ve finished HoC now, does anyone think they’ll try and bring it back one day, maybe if Kevin Spacey’s allegations are cleared? That would be amazin
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I think they should make a series of franks first run and making his way up the ladder with Claire, also showing when he first met Doug, (obviously new cast more than likely)
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I think very good final. What do you think?
So as some of you might have already seen, Kevin Spacey recently made a clip featuring him switching between being in character as Frank Underwood and himself. While I know there's a decent amount of people who might unfortunately agree with what he says or may even double down on attacking him; it'll reignite debate around his entire part in the show regardless.
In my humble opinion, I don't think praise for an actor's performance should make people overlook their actions. I would be lying if I said people didn't enjoy the character of Frank Underwood and I would still be lying as well if I said the final season brought things full circle. In truth, I hate seeing people waste their time on this aspect of the show and wish it wouldn't bring down how great it was overall.
Lastly, I don't mean this post to come off as toxic or offensive to anyone he disagrees with my point of view. All I implore is that everyone who has been a fan of the show, just hear me out as some who has also felt let down by the controversy itself.
So as some of you might have heard, there's been a couple rumors suggesting that a House of Cards spin-off could be possible in the near future. Most notably, people are interested in Doug Stamper's background and how his overall story arc could somewhat continue the series.
While I personally believe it's just talk, the idea got me thinking about what a HoC spin-off could be like. What could one be about? Could one be set in the same universe and be even as successful?
I'm going to start this thread by throwing my opinion out there and say I think I would like to see the rise of Garrett Walker before the events of the series. I always thought he was a character I wanted to see more of after his first appearance.
What grew my interest in his unseen moments was an interview with the actor done a few years ago in which Michel Gill (actor of Walker) claimed there was a bit more to Walker in terms of who he sought advice from and why he was such a bully to whom ever agreed to be his VP.
Idk, any thoughts?
Guys , I badly need the trailer of the final season, plz let me know where can I get.
I am newbie in the series but since the first episode I was just hooked into it.
I am deeply shocked by the death of Peter Russo. I was liking that guy a lot... I thought he would be the top contender to defy Francis...
Man! that was so unfair. I was anxiously expecting he would compose himself and win the drugs addiction.
But in all of sudden, actually that motherfucker hooker came into the scene, and messed up everything.
I got emotional when he call her daughter outside her house, and she said she didn't like to talk with him in that situation[drugged]
Man! I am super disappointing with his death and now I am no longer excited to continue with the series.
I know that Spacey royaly screwed up but there is so much more to this show that it can't just end at season 6. Please don't leave us hanging or end things abruptly. Too much time has been invested :(
I'm working on a class project and wondered what big time fans would want to see in a book version of the show.... Any insights are most welcome!
i just finish watching episode 08 in season 03 and really ...until now its the episode that i like more .
Hi guys, I'm writing an essay about political culture in this series. I'm searching for values and symbols, which are presented. Of course, american flag, family. What else?
WE NEED TO BE LIKE FRANK UNDERWOOD
Ahhh! So these are the agents of the deep state? I read an article that described Frank's move toward the private sector as reaching but I kind of think it makes sense that he would migrated to where the "real power" is.