‘House of Cards’ Season 5, Episode 6 (Chapter 58): The Live-Binge

'House of Cards' Season 5, Episode 6 (Chapter 58): The Live-Binge
House of Cards recap: 'Chapter 58'
Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. As in previous years, I'm binge-reviewing the latest season of Netflix's 

House of Cards has long-revolved around Frank and Claire Underwood, but there's a new character added to the mix in season five: Mark Usher. He first appears in "Chapter 55," aka episode three of the new season. We've been immersed in this twisted. But is it really deja vu? Is it really that far off to believe somehow, the House of Cards universe suddenly finds itself feasible? Rather, are we so induced into whatever universe we find ourselves in that we find HOC plausible? There's no other way …

There are SPOILERS ahead for House Of Cards Season 5! In the sixth episode of the season, acting President Claire Underwood is put on lockdown in a bunker during a dangerous nuclear scare. But Claire's inner circle is puzzled about the presence of a

It's finally here. A year after Season 4 hit Netflix, House of Cards: Season 5 is here! Netflix offers up one final teaser clip in celebration of its release, dubbed "I Will Not Yield". In it, we get a glimpse of the drama that President Frank …

The actor Kevin Spacey at Juilliard. He's having a busy spring, starring in another season of “House of Cards” on Netflix, preparing to host the Tony Awards and showing his stage roots with a performance as Clarence Darrow — in a tennis stadium. . In 2015, House of Cards' fourth season had President Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) confessing a murder to his secretary of state, ICO (the series' fictional ISIS) beheading a guy on live TV, lone journalist Tom Hammerschmidt (Boris McGiver) dogging

'House of Cards' Season 5, Episode 3 recap: Election Day woes

For five seasons, America's fictional first family has lied, schemed, manipulated, and killed their way to gain and keep absolute political power. For Frank and Claire Underwood, no action is too reprehensible or bloody if it means climbing the ladder …

The Hidden Meaning Behind Spotify's Playlists for 'House of Cards'

What do you wear to take on the world? For Claire Underwood, the ruthless political wife in House of Cards, it's all about clothes that project power. Underwood, who is played by actress Robin Wright, has made several style transformations, moving from

House of Cards episode "Chapter 64" opens with President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) pushing Secretary Catherine Durant (Jayne Atkinson) down the stairs as a political means to an end. Despite the jarringly violent nature of Frank's latest scheme to

Since Congress is clearly unable to curb the rampant power abuses of the Underwood administration, we here at Refinery29 have taken it upon ourselves to serve as the whistleblowers of this administration. When season 4 of House of Cards aired in March. In the Season 5 finale of House of Cards, there's a quick moment near the end of the episode in which someone jumps the fence of the White House and is shot and killed. It goes by so quickly, in fact, that some fans didn't even catch that this was an

This Is By Far The Most Absurd Part Of House Of Cards Season 5
This Is By Far The Most Absurd Part Of House Of Cards Season 5
Okay, maybe she's not exactly the president, as she's only acting president until somebody decides whether it's actually Frank or Conway, but still, it's a good look for her. House of Cards has essentially spent nearly two seasons building up Claire as …
The Hidden Meaning Behind Spotify's Playlists for 'House of Cards'
The Hidden Meaning Behind Spotify's Playlists for 'House of Cards'

House of Cards' fifth season has been on Netflix for about 36 hours, but a lot of hardcore fans have already binged the entire thing and have now reached the shocking finale. Here's a recap of what went down in Chapter 65, the fifth season finale of …


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