House of Cards is one of the most successful TV series of the millennium. The clever plot, the twists and the characters are the binding elements, keeping the viewers glued to their screens. Even if you haven’t watched the series yet, but for sure you must have heard about it. House of Cards is an American Political thriller web TV series. Beau Willimon is the creator of the series. The show premiered its first episode on February 1, 2013, on Netflix. The show is the adaption of 1990 BBC miniseries of the same name, “House of Cards”.
The House of Cards received positive remarks on its released and Netflix straight away announced the release of all the six seasons.
House Of Cards Season 7 Plot:
The story revolves around, Frank Underwood. He is a Congressman and a Democrat from South Carolina’s 5th congressional district.
Another character of House of Card is Claire Underwood. She is the wife of Frank Underwood. She is equally ambitious and power-driven as Frank.
Franks gets appointed as Secretary of state.
Frank is so over-ambitious that he plans to overtake and surpass the powers of his wife, Claire.
Claire is the president of the US.
The show is all about how dirty politics plays its part in attaining power. The show is full of unexpected twists and turns and guarantees you to stick to your seats!
Season 7, Will we get to see House of Card again?
Looking at all the positive remarks, Netflix straight away announced the release of all six seasons.
Since they have did not release any renewal of the seventh season, the chances are pretty dicey.
If the seventh season arrives, we can expect it to release in 2022.
House Of Cards Season 7 Cast:
- Kevin Spacey as Francis J. “Frank” Underwood
- Robin Wright as Claire Underwood
- Kate Mara as Zoe Barnes
- Corey Stoll as Peter Russo
- Michael Kelly as Douglas “Doug” Stamper
- Kristen Connolly as Christina Gallagher
- Sakina Jaffrey as Linda Vasquez
- Sandrine Holt as Gillian Cole
- Constance Zimmer as Janine Skorsky
- Michel Gill as Garrett Walker
- Sebastian Arcelus as Lucas Goodwin
- Mahershala Ali as Remy Danton
- Boris McGiver as Tom Hammerschmidt
- Nathan Darrow as Edward Meechum
- Reg E. Cathey as Freddy Hayes
- Rachel Brosnahan as Rachel Posner
- Molly Parker as Jacqueline “Jackie” Sharp
- Gerald McRaney as Raymond Tusk
- Jayne Atkinson as Catherine “Cathy” Durant.