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Vendedor: mrsoundtrack (128) 100%, Ubicación del artículo: Canarias, Realiza envíos a: Worldwide, Número de artículo: 173632912324 Serie en Blu-RayTEMPORADAS 1-2-3-4Comercializada en EspañaCon CASTELLANO Nuevo y Precintado ENVIOCERTIFICADOa través de CORREOScon número de seguimiento PAGO: TRANSFERENCIA BANCARIA / PAYPAL Envíos a Canarias sin sobrecostes de aduanas ni DUA Por cada artículo comprado adicional se añadirá 4,95€ en gastos de envío House of Cards (serie de televisión de 2013) House of CardsSerie de televisiónGéneroDrama televisivo Thriller político Drama político Adaptación cinematográficaCreadorBeau WillimonBasado enHouse of Cards por Michael DobbsRepartoVer lista[mostrar]País de origenEstados UnidosLocalizaciónBaltimore (Maryland), Joppa (Maryland) Idioma/sInglésTemporadas4 (la 5.ª se estrenará en 2017)1Episodios52ProducciónProductores ejecutivosDavid FincherKevin SpaceyEric RothJoshua DonenDana BrunettiAndrew DaviesMichael DobbsJohn MelfiBeau WillimonRobin WrightEmpresas productorasMedia Rights Capital Trigger Street Productions Wade/Thomas Productions Knight Takes King ProductionCinematografíaEigil Bryld Tim Ives Igor MartinovicDistribuciónNetflix Sony Pictures TelevisionFormato de imagen2.00:1 (Univisium)1080p/4KFormato de audioDolby Digital 5.1Cadena originalNetflixDuración43-59 minutosPrimera emisión1 de febrero de 2013Enlaces externosSitio web oficialVer todos los créditos (IMDb)Ficha en IMDb[editar datos en Wikidata]House of Cards es una serieestadounidense de televisión web creada por Beau Willimon. Es una adaptación de la miniserie del mismo nombre realizada por la BBC (Londres) y se basa en la novela de Michael Dobbs.Toda la primera temporada, que comprende trece episodios, se estrenó el 1 de febrero de 2013, en el servicio de streaming de Netflix. Su segunda temporada de trece episodios se estrenó el 14 de febrero de 2014, mientras que la tercera temporada se estrenó el 27 de febrero de 2015. House of Cards fue renovada para una cuarta temporada, que se estrenó el 4 de marzo de 2016. En enero de 2016, Netflix anunció que la serie había sido renovada para una quinta temporada, que saldrá en 2017, junto con el anuncio de que Willimon había renunciado como showrunnerdespués de la cuarta temporada. Willimon declaró que los planes para el futuro de la serie se deciden luego de cada temporada.House of Cards es la historia de Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), un demócratadel 5.º distrito congresional de Carolina del Sur y coordinador de la mayoría de la Cámara de Representantes de los Estados Unidos. Luego de haber sido pasado por alto para su nombramiento como Secretario de Estado, inicia una elaborado plan para llegar a una posición de mayor poder, ayudado por su esposa, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright). La serie trata principalmente con temas de manipulación y el poder.House of Cards ha recibido críticas positivas y varias nominaciones a premios. Hasta la fecha, ha recibido 33 nominaciones a los Premios Emmy, incluyendo mejor serie dramática, mejor actor - Serie dramática(Spacey) y mejor actriz - Serie dramática(Wright), para cada una de sus cuatro temporadas. Fue la primera serie original de televisión web en recibir nominaciones en categorías importantes a los Emmy. La serie también obtuvo ocho nominaciones al Globo de oro: Wright ganó mejor actriz de serie de televisión - Drama en 2014 y Spacey ganó mejor actor de serie de televisión - Drama en 2015.El 28 de enero de 2016, Netflix renovó los contratos para realizar una quinta temporada de House of Cards, que se estrenaría en 2017.1Índice [ocultar] 1Producción1.1Desarrollo1.2Selección de actores2Elenco2.1Principal2.2Secundario2.3Cameos3Episodios4Recepción4.1Críticas5Véase también6Referencias7Enlaces externosProducción[editar]Desarrollo[editar]El estudio independiente Media Rights Capital, fundado por Mardoqueo Wiczyk y Asif Satchu, compró los derechos de House of Cards con la intención de crear una serie.2 Mientras terminaba la producción de la película The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, el agente de David Fincher le mostró House of Cards, una miniserie de la BBC protagonizada por Ian Richardson.2 Fincher estaba interesado en la producción de una serie con Eric Roth.2 Fincher dijo que estaba interesado en trabajar en televisión debido a su longevidad por naturaleza y agregó que el cine no le permite las complejas caracterizaciones que la televisión permite.3 3«Durante los últimos diez años sentí que la mejor escritura para los actores estaba en la televisión. Por lo que había estado buscando hacer algo de larga duración», declaró Fincher.3MRC se acercó a diferentes cadenas de televisión, incluyendo HBO, Showtime y AMC. Netflix, con la esperanza de lanzar su propia programación original, superó la oferta de las otras cadenas.4 Ted Sarandos, director de contenido de Netflix, analizó los datos de los usuarios de Netflix y concluyó que había un público para Fincher y Spacey.5 «Se veía muy prometedor», dijo, «una especie de tormenta perfecta de material y talento».2 En la búsqueda de un escritor para adaptar la serie, Fincher declaró que necesitaban a alguien que fielmente podría traducir la política parlamentaria a Washington.2 Beau Willimon, que había sido ayudante de Charles Schumer, Howard Dean y Hillary Clinton,6 fue contratado y completó el guion del piloto a principios de 2011.2 Willimon vio la oportunidad de crear una serie completamente nueva de la original y profundizar su historia en general.2El proyecto fue anunciado por primera vez en marzo de 2011, con Kevin Spacey como protagonista y productor ejecutivo.7 Fincher fue anunciado como director de los dos primeros episodios, a partir de guines por Willimon. Netflix ordenó 26 episodios a lo largo de dos temporadas.8Spacey llamó el modelo de Netflix de publicar todos los episodios a la vez una «nueva perspectiva».9 Añadió que el compromiso de Netflix de dos temporadas completas de la serie dio una mayor continuidad. «Sabemos exactamente hacia dónde vamos», dijo.9 En un discurso en el Festival Internacional de Televisión de Edimburgo señaló que otras cadenas estaban interesadas en el programa, todos querían un piloto, mientras que Netflix, basándose exclusivamente en sus estadísticas, directamente ordenó la serie.10 En enero de 2016, el creador del programa, productor ejecutivo y showrunner, Beau Willimon, salió de la producción luego de haberse lanzado la temporada 4.11Selección de actores[editar]Fincher declaró que todos los miembros del reparto principal fueron su primera opción.3 En la primera lectura del guión, dijo: «Quiero que todo el mundo sepa que fueron nuestra primera opción. Cada actor aquí fue nuestra primera opción para estos personajes. Así que no fastidien esto».3 Spacey, cuyo último papel regular de televisión fue en la serie Wiseguy, que se desarrolló a partir de 1987 hasta 1990, respondió positivamente al guión. Luego encarnó a Ricardo III en The Old Vic.3 Spacey apoyó la decisión de lanzar todos los episodios a la vez, en la creencia de que este tipo de estrategia seria cada vez más común con los programas de televisión. Él dijo: «Cuando pregunto a mis amigos lo que hicieron en su fin de semana, suelen decir: “Me quedé viendo tres temporadas de Breaking Bad o dos temporadas de Game of Thrones”».12 Fue oficialmente seleccionado para el elenco el 18 de marzo de 2011.7 Robin Wright fue contactada por Fincher cuando trabajaron juntos en The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.3 Fue elegida como Claire Underwood en junio de 2011.13 Kate Mara elegida como Zoe Barnes a principios de febrero de 2012.14 La hermana de Mara, Rooney, trabajó con Fincher en The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Cuando Kate Mara leyó la parte de Zoe «se enamoró de su personaje» y le pidió a su hermana que hablara con Fincher. Al mes siguiente, recibió una llamada para una audición.15Elenco[editar]Principal[editar]Kevin Spacey Robin Wright Kate Mara Corey Stoll Mahershalal Ali Molly Parker Jayne AtkinsonElenco principal de House of CardsPersonajeActorTemporada1234Francis J. UnderwoodKevin SpaceyPrincipalClaire UnderwoodRobin WrightPrincipalZoe BarnesKate MaraPrincipalInvitadoInvitadoPeter RussoCorey StollPrincipalInvitadoDouglas StamperMichael KellyPrincipalLinda VásquezSakina JaffreyPrincipalChristina GallagherKristen ConnollyPrincipalRecurrenteLucas GoodwinSebastian ArcelusPrincipalRecurrenteGarrett WalkerMichel GillPrincipalRecurrenteEdward MeechumNathan DarrowPrincipalRecurrenteRachel PosnerRachel BrosnahanPrincipalRecurrenteJanine SkorskyConstance ZimmerPrincipalRecurrenteInvitadoRemy DantonMaher-shalal AlíPrincipalNancy KaufbergerElizabeth NormentPrincipalRecurrenteGillian ColeSandrine HoltPrincipalInvitadoCatherine DurantJayne AtkinsonRecurrentePrincipalRecurrentePrincipalRaymond TuskGerald McRaneyRecurrentePrincipalRecurrenteJacqueline SharpMolly ParkerPrincipalGavin OrsayJimmi SimpsonPrincipalAyla SayyadMozhan MarnòPrincipalRecurrenteSeth GraysonDerek CecilRecurrentePrincipalHeather DunbarElizabeth MarvelRecurrentePrincipalThomas YatesPaul SparksPrincipalRecurrenteLeann HarveyNeve CampbellPrincipalWill ConwayJoel KinnamanPrincipalSecundario[editar]Larry Pine Boris McGiver Joanna Going Kim Dickens Cicely Tyson Colm FeoreElenco secundario de House of CardsPersonajeActorTemporada1234Bob BirchLarry PineRecurrenteTerry WomackCurtiss CookRecurrenteFreddy HayesReg E. CatheyRecurrenteInvitadoMichael KernKevin KilnerRecurrenteTom HammerschmidtBoris McGiverRecurrenteRecurrenteAdam GallowayBen DanielsRecurrenteMargaret TildenKathleen ChalfantRecurrenteRecurrenteGene ClancyLance E. NicholsRecurrenteMartin SpinellaAl SapienzaRecurrenteJim MatthewsDan ZiskieRecurrenteNathan GreenJeremy HolmRecurrenteHéctor MendozaBenito MartínezRecurrenteLisa WilliamsKate Lyn SheilRecurrentePatricia WalkerJoanna GoingRecurrenteDaniel LaniganGil BirminghamRecurrenteXander FengTerry ChenRecurrenteConnor EllisSamuel PageRecurrenteMegan HennesseyLibby WoodbridgeRecurrenteAugustus UnderwoodMalcolm MaderaInvitadoRecurrenteViktor PetrovLars MikkelsenRecurrenteKate BaldwinKim DickensRecurrenteGary StamperKelly AuCoinRecurrenteHannah ConwayDominique McElligottRecurrenteElizabeth HaleEllen BurstynRecurrenteDoris JonesCicely TysonRecurrenteGeneral BrockhartColm FeoreRecurrenteCameos[editar]Personas de la cultura popular, política y medios noticiosos hicieron cameos de sí mismos en la serie.Donna BrazileMorley SaferStephen ColbertGeorge StephanopoulosMajor GarrettAshleigh BanfieldCandy CrowleyJohn King(1963-).Soledad O'BrienSean HannityDennis MillerBill MaherChris HayesRachel MaddowChris MatthewsJoe ScarboroughWolf BlitzerGretchen CarlsonCharles Gibson House of Cards (U.S. TV series) House of CardsGenrePolitical dramaCreated byBeau WillimonBased onHouse of Cards by Michael DobbsHouse of Cards by Andrew DaviesStarringKevin SpaceyRobin WrightKate MaraCorey StollMichael KellySakina JaffreyKristen ConnollySebastian ArcelusMichel GillNathan DarrowRachel BrosnahanConstance ZimmerMahershala AliElizabeth NormentSandrine HoltJayne AtkinsonMolly ParkerGerald McRaneyJimmi SimpsonElizabeth MarvelDerek CecilMozhan MarnoPaul SparksNeve CampbellJoel KinnamanComposer(s)Jeff BealCountry of originUnited StatesOriginal language(s)EnglishNo. of seasons4No. of episodes52 (list of episodes)ProductionExecutive producer(s)David FincherKevin SpaceyEric RothJoshua DonenDana BrunettiAndrew DaviesMichael DobbsJohn MelfiBeau WillimonDavid MansonJohn David ColesRobin WrightLocation(s)Baltimore, Maryland Joppa, Maryland (sound stage)CinematographyEigil Bryld Tim Ives Igor MartinovicRunning time43–59 minutesProduction company(s)Media Rights Capital Trigger Street Productions Wade/Thomas Productions Knight Takes King Productions[1]DistributorNetflix Sony Pictures TelevisionReleaseOriginal networkNetflixPicture format1080p (2:1 HDTV) (2013) 4K (2:1 UHDTV) (2014–present)Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1Original releaseFebruary 1, 2013 – presentChronologyRelated showsHouse of CardsExternal linksWebsiteHouse of Cards is an American political dramaweb television series created by Beau Willimon. It is an adaptation of the BBC's mini-series of the same name and is based on the novel by Michael Dobbs. The entire first season, comprising thirteen episodes, premiered on February 1, 2013, on the streaming serviceNetflix. A second season of thirteen episodes premiered on February 14, 2014, while a third season premiered on February 27, 2015. House of Cards was renewed for a fourth season that premiered on March 4, 2016. In January 2016, Netflix announced that the show had been renewed for a fifth season, due for release in 2017, and that Willimon would step down as showrunner after the fourth season. Willimon has stated that plans for the show's future are decided after each season.[2]Set in present-day Washington, D.C., House of Cards is the story of Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), a Democrat from South Carolina's 5th congressional district and House Majority Whipwho, after being passed over for appointment as Secretary of State, initiates an elaborate plan to get himself into a position of greater power, aided by his wife, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright). The series deals primarily with themes of ruthless pragmatism,[3] manipulation, and power.[4]House of Cards has received positive reviews and several award nominations. To date, it has received 33 Primetime Emmy Awardnominations, including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor for Spacey, and Outstanding Lead Actress for Wright, for each of its first four seasons.[5] It is the first original online-only web television series to receive major Emmy nominations.[6] The show also earned eight Golden Globe Award nominations, with Wright winning for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 2014 and Spacey winning for Best Actor – Television Series Drama in 2015.[7] Plot[edit] SeasonEpisodesOriginally released113February 1, 2013213February 14, 2014313February 27, 2015413March 4, 2016Season 1 (2013)[edit]Main article: House of Cards (season 1)The series opens with congressman Francis "Frank" Underwood displaying his ruthless pragmatism by killing a suffering pet dog with his bare hands while explaining to the audiencehow there are times when we require someone to do the unpleasant yet necessary thing. Along this theme we follow Underwood, a power-hungry Democratic congressman from South Carolina and House majority whip. After securing the election of President Garrett Walker to get himself appointed Secretary of State, Underwood is devastated to learn that he is being passed over. Chief of Staff Linda Vasquez tells Underwood that the president wants him to promote his agenda in Congress and will not honor their agreement. Inwardly seething, Underwood quickly gains control of his anger and hides his disappointment to present himself as a helpful lieutenant to the president and his agenda. In reality, Underwood begins an elaborate plan behind the president's back, with the ultimate goal of gaining power for himself.Frank's wife Claire runs an NGO, the Clean Water Initiative ("CWI"), but her intentions are not made explicit. She seems to use her charity to cultivate her own power and influence, yet its ultimate purpose remains unknown. In the opening episode, she deems the otherwise-successful charity to have too limited a footprint. Keen to be on the international stage, she decides to change her organization to one that supports international well-digging to provide clean water. This is met with great misgivings by her office manager. Claire directs her to fire CWI employees, cutting the staff by half. At the end of the week, she checks in to ask how the process went and then informs the manager she is being let go as well. It is clear from the outset that Claire shares both her husband's cold-hearted, ruthless pragmatism and his lust for power.Underwood begins a highly intricate plan to obtain a cabinet position, acquiring pawns he can manipulate in his power play. He begins a symbiotic, and ultimately sexual, relationship with Zoe Barnes, an ambitious young political reporter, and then makes a deal with her that she will publish damaging stories he leaks about his political rivals. Meanwhile, he manipulates Peter Russo, a troubled alcoholic and congressman from Pennsylvania, into helping him undermine Walker's pick for Secretary of State, Senator Michael Kern. Underwood eventually has Kern replaced with his own choice, Senator Catherine Durant. Underwood also uses Russo in a plot to end a teachers' strike and pass an education bill, which improves Underwood's standing with President Walker.Because the new Vice President is the former governor of Pennsylvania, a special election is to be held for governor. Underwood helps Russo get clean and props up his candidacy but later uses call girl Rachel Posner to break his sobriety and trigger his downfall shortly before the election, by Russo's being drunk while appearing on a radio interview. Distraught, Russo decides to make amends for his failure by coming clean to the press about his role in Underwood's schemes. In response, Frank kills Russo by leaving him passed out in a closed garage with Russo's car running, causing him to die of carbon monoxide poisoning. With the Pennsylvania special election in chaos, Underwood convinces the vice president to step down and run for his old position of governor – leaving the vice presidency open to Underwood, as was his plan all along.President Walker appears to have other plans, however. Underwood ends up vetting a surprising choice for vice president: Missouri billionaire Raymond Tusk. He later finds out that Tusk is actually appraising Underwood for vice president and has been a close advisor and friend of Walker for many years. Tusk reveals he suggested that Walker break his agreement to make Underwood Secretary of State. Tusk explains he will influence Walker to nominate Underwood if Underwood agrees to perform one unnamed favor for him that will benefit Tusk's financial interests. Underwood, after some thought, counterproposes to Tusk that they work together to fulfill both their interests, and Tusk accepts. Meanwhile, after Underwood ends their affair, Zoe begins piecing together clues about Underwood's scheming. The season ends when Underwood is offered the nomination for vice president, which he accepts.Season 2 (2014)[edit]Main article: House of Cards (season 2)With Frank on the verge of being sworn in as vice president, Zoe and her colleagues, Lucas Goodwin and Janine Skorsky, continue to dig for information and ultimately locate Rachel Posner. Frank's aide, Doug Stamper, brings Rachel to a safe house while Frank lures Zoe to a D.C. Metro station and, unseen by witnesses or security cameras, pushes her in front of a train. As a result, Janine abandons the digging and accepts a teaching position in her hometown of Ithaca, New York, to stay away from the potential danger that could get her killed, too.Zoe's death galvanizes Lucas to continue the search alone, and he solicits the help of a hacker to retrieve Frank's text history from AT&T. However, the hacker, Gavin Orsay, is actually working for Doug Stamper to entrap Lucas, and he leads the reporter to be ultimately caught in an FBI sting and plead guilty to cyber-terrorism. Later, the hacker uses the existence of Rachel Posner to extort Doug. Fearing another relocation, potential harm, and Doug's increasing obsession with her, Rachel hits Doug with a rock, leaves him for dead, and flees the scene in his car.After Frank begins his vice presidential duties, Claire becomes close with the First Lady, and they support a bill to reform the military's prosecution of sexual assault, after Claire reveals in an interview that she had an abortion after being raped in college by a man who has just been commissioned as a general. (Claire lied by conflating two events; a sexual assault by the college classmate, and an abortion she had several years later). She learns the president's marriage is strained and offers the First Lady the aid of a spiritual advisor and marriage counselor.Though Raymond Tusk wields major influence over the president, Frank aims to drive a wedge between them. He meets Xander Feng, a Chinese businessman and ally of Tusk's, to engage in backchannel diplomatic negotiations which Frank intentionally scuttles, though he uses the chaos of the situation to make it appear as if Tusk is equally responsible for the failed talks. This sours Sino-U.S. relations and leads to a trade war over rare earth minerals and a spike in U.S. energy prices. Tusk openly opposes the president's efforts to deal with the crisis and begins having a tribal casino funnel money into Republican PACs in retaliation. When Frank discovers that the source of the funneled money is in fact Xander Feng, he gets Feng to end his partnership with Tusk in exchange for a lucrative bridge contract.The Department of Justice discovers that Doug Stamper was videotaped at the casino and begins to investigate the relationships among Feng, Tusk, and the White House. Seeking to establish trust with the special prosecutor, Frank manipulates the president into volunteering his travel records, which reveal his visits to the marriage counselor and raise questions about whether the illicit campaign donations were ever discussed. Wishing to avoid public disclosure of his personal issues, the president has the White House Counsel coach the counselor, which the special prosecutor interprets as witness tampering. As the House Judiciary Committeebegins drafting articles of impeachment, both the President and Frank offer Tusk a presidential pardon in exchange for implicating each other. Tusk sides with the president at first, leaving Frank no other option than to regain the president's trust as a friend. The president calls off Tusk's pardon deal as a sign of friendship to Frank. Tusk appears before the Judiciary Committee where he mostly pleads the fifth. He ultimately confesses that the president knew about the deal with China. This leaves the president with no choice but to resign. Frank is sworn in as the new president of the United States.Season 3 (2015)[edit]Main article: House of Cards (season 3)The season starts six months after Frank Underwood's ascension to the Presidency. Frank begins by pushing for a new jobs program called "America Works" or "AmWorks" for short. He immediately faces immense pressure as betrayal and opposition grow inside his party. This is mostly because "America Works" features cutting many social programs to fund the work stations and pay workers. Determined to leave a legacy and not be a "placeholder" president after assuming the office, Underwood makes ambitious moves to run in the 2016 presidential elections, starting with the Democratic primaries, where he faces off against Heather Dunbar. This decision to run is announced several months after he states he will not run for the presidency during a nationwide press conference.Meanwhile, Doug Stamper recovers from the injuries caused by Rachel Posner. During his recovery, Frank Underwood will not allow Doug to help or return to his former position as Frank's chief of staff. Doug appears to switch sides and begins to work for Heather Dunbar, helping with her 2016 presidential campaign. Gavin Orsay helps Doug find Rachel in exchange for lifting the ban on his passport; the findings he delivers are of a body reported as a Jane Doe but with fingerprints matching Rachel's. Distraught and once again struggling with alcoholism, Doug entreats his brother Gary to stay with him for two months. Doug tells Frank of what has been going on while he worked for Heather Dunbar and Frank blames Doug's relapse on the extra stress. After fleeing to Venezuela, Gavin reveals he gave Doug false information and that Rachel is alive. He says he will reveal her location if Doug helps a friend get out of jail. Doug tracks down Gavin and brutalizes him for the information, then sets out to find Rachel, who is working odd jobs in New Mexico to pay for a false identity. Doug captures Rachel and drives into the desert with her, intending to kill her. He reconsiders when she tries to assure Doug she won't reveal any information about Frank Underwood's crimes and shows proof of her new identity to him. He releases her along a desolate road, but vacillates and is last seen burying her body. He returns to work as Frank Underwood's Chief of Staff after Remy Danton resigns, presumably jaded by the treatment Frank showed Jackie Sharp during the presidential debate.Meanwhile, First Lady Claire Underwood is named the United States Ambassador to the United Nations after being rejected once by the Senate and given a recess appointment by Frank. She then faces a crisis in the Jordan Valley, where Frank and the United States are pitted against the cunning President of Russia Petrov. During this crisis President Petrov has an American gay rights activist arrested in Russia and held under violation of his law on sexuality in public. Frank and Claire both try to persuade Petrov to release the man and they eventually agree on terms for release. However, one of Petrov's demands is that the activist must apologize on national television to the country for the trouble he has caused. The activist decides he would rather hang himself than apologize and does so when Claire comes to visit him. Later, after Russian troops are killed in the Jordan Valley, Petrov convinces Frank to remove Claire as ambassador to the UN in exchange for the removal of Russian troops from the Valley. Claire resigns, giving the reason that she wants to be more active in Frank's presidential campaign and would not be able to perform her duties as ambassador.During most of the season a writer, Thomas Yates, follows the Underwoods. Yates is hired by Frank to write a biography that Frank plans to use as publicity towards his "AmWorks" bill. Yates, a fiction writer with a dark past of his own, decides to put a different spin on the book and writes less about just Frank and more about the relationship between Frank and Claire. Yates reads Frank his prologue which Frank does not understand at first, but agrees is a decent beginning. By the end of the season, Yates has the first chapter written and Frank, not liking the direction the book has taken, fires Yates.In the season finale, tensions rise between Frank and Claire and culminate in Claire's declaration that she intends to leave Frank.Season 4 (2016)[edit] Immediately after the events of Season 3, Claire leaves D.C. for Dallas, intending to run for Congress in her home district. The incumbent, Doris Jones, is planning to retire and endorse her daughter Celia to replace her. Claire offers them federal funding for a key Planned Parenthood clinic in exchange for stepping down in the upcoming election, but they refuse the offer. Frank desperately seeks to get Claire back by his side as he loses ground in key primary states. He convinces her to return to his side after promising not to sabotage her campaign in Texas, but he later blocks Claire's congressional bid by publicly endorsing Celia Jones at the State of the Union address weeks later. Frank and Claire travel to South Carolina for the primary, but a series of scandals casts Frank in a bad light and causes him to narrowly lose the state to Heather Dunbar. Frank discovers that Claire had been leaking information to Dunbar's campaign to fuel the negative press, and she threatens to continue sabotaging his presidential bid unless he puts her on the ticket for vice presidency, which he refuses to do.Lucas Goodwin is released from prison and seeks revenge against Frank. He approaches Dunbar at a campaign event and explains his story, but she turns him away. Desperate, he attempts to assassinate Frank following a public speech; he shoots the president in the abdomen and also mortally wounds Edward Meechum, but Meechum shoots Goodwin dead before dying. Frank remains comatose for weeks pending a liver transplant, and Blythe is sworn in as acting president. Blythe is indecisive during a critical military situation involving Russia, and turns to Claire for guidance on foreign policy. Claire goes against Frank’s wishes by convincing Blythe to involve China in the ensuing dispute and maneuvering into a meeting with Russian President Petrov, where she brokers an ambitious peace deal single-handedly. While Frank remains incapacitated, Doug Stamper decides to go after Dunbar by leaking information about her secret meeting with Lucas prior to the assassination attempt. Dunbar is questioned about the meeting, and she publicly denounces the proceedings as a smear campaign by the Underwoods, a move that is widely panned and leads to her suspending her presidential bid. Frank undergoes transplant surgery and recovers fully, resuming his position as president, and agrees to put Claire on the ticket for the upcoming election.Tom Hammerschmidt, Goodwin's former editor at The Washington Herald, digs deeper into Lucas's claims of Frank's misdeeds. He approaches Remy Danton looking for information, and with his help, starts to piece together Frank's corruption. Tom meets with former President Walker to expose the Underwoods, convincing him to help by appealing to his anger for being forced to resign thanks to Frank's meddling. Danton and Jackie Sharp also decide to go on the record against Frank to lend credibility to the story.An American family is kidnapped in Tennessee by two supporters of a radical Islamist group called the Islamic Caliphate Organization (ICO), and the situation makes national headlines after the kidnappers agree to negotiate only with Governor Will Conway, the social-media-savvy Republican nominee. Frank invites Conway and his family to the White House to assist in the negotiations as a publicity stunt, and Conway helps buy critical time in locating the suspects, earning him public praise. However, tensions between the Conways and Underwoods lead to the governor ending his role in the crisis and leaving D.C. with his family. Frank and Claire allow the kidnappers to speak to the deposed leader of ICO, Yusuf al Ahmadi, after successfully obtaining the release of two of the hostages. Instead of defusing the situation as he agreed, al Ahmadi urges the kidnappers to kill the remaining hostage and broadcast the killing to the public. Meanwhile, Hammerschmidt publishes his story through the Herald and threatens to end Frank's campaign weeks before the election. Claire urges Frank to use a heavier hand in the situation, and they decide to fight back by creating chaos. Frank addresses the public declaring that the nation is at total war, ordering the full force of the military be used to combat terror around the world, regardless the cost. The season ends with Frank and Claire watching the live execution of the hostage together and Claire breaking the fourth wall for the first time by looking into the camera along with Frank. Cast and characters Kevin Spacey portrays Francis J. "Frank" Underwood.Kevin Spacey as Francis J. "Frank" Underwood, Democratfrom South Carolina's 5th congressional district who is House Majority Whip in season one, Vice President of the United States in season two, and the 46th President of the United States in seasons three to five.Robin Wright as Claire Underwood, Francis's wife and runs the Clean Water Initiative, a non-governmental organization, in season one before giving it up to become Second Lady of the United States in season two, and then United States Ambassador to the United Nations in season three and First Lady of the United States in seasons three to five.Michael Kelly as Douglas "Doug" Stamper, Underwood's unwaveringly loyal chief of staff and confidant. He serves as Underwood's chief of staff, briefly replaced by Remy Danton after his injury for most of season 3.Kate Mara as Zoe Barnes, a reporter for The Washington Herald (and later Slugline). She forms an intimate relationship with Frank Underwood, her political informant, who in turn uses her as a mouthpiece to leak stories to the press and irk his political rivals.Corey Stoll as Peter Russo, a Democratic congressman from Pennsylvania's 1st congressional district and recovering addict.Mahershala Ali as Remy Danton, a lawyer for Glendon Hill and lobbyist who works for natural gas company SanCorp in season one and Raymond Tusk in season two. He worked in Underwood's congressional office as Communications Director prior to the series, and after severing ties with Tusk, serves as Underwood's chief of staff for most of season 3.Molly Parker as Jacqueline "Jackie" Sharp, a Democratic congresswoman from California, military veteran and the current Deputy Majority Whip tapped by Underwood to succeed him as Majority Whip when he is made vice president. She also briefly ran for President in season 3.Michel Gill as Garrett Walker, 45th President of the United States, former Governor of Colorado. He trusts Underwood as a close adviser and lieutenant, but remains blind to his machinations.Gerald McRaney as Raymond Tusk, a billionaire businessman with a wide network of influence, although he prefers to live modestly.Rachel Brosnahan as Rachel Posner, a prostitute whom Underwood and Stamper use to bring about Russo's downfall.Nathan Darrow as Edward Meechum, a member of the U.S. Capitol Police and the Underwoods' bodyguard and driver.Sakina Jaffrey as Linda Vasquez, President Walker's White House Chief of Staff.Joanna Going as Patricia Walker, President Garrett Walker's wife and First Lady of the United States.Sebastian Arcelus as Lucas Goodwin, an editor at The Washington Herald and later Zoe's boyfriend.Jimmi Simpson as Gavin Orsay, a computer hacker turned reluctant FBI informant, who works secretly with Doug Stamper in exchange for help escaping the country.Reg E. Cathey as Freddy Hayes, the owner of Freddy's BBQ – an eatery frequented by Underwood – and one of Underwood's only true friends and confidants.Derek Cecil as Seth Grayson, a political operative who becomes Press Secretary for Vice President Underwood through blackmail.Kristen Connolly as Christina Gallagher, a congressional staffer and personal assistant to President Walker, and lover to Peter Russo.Constance Zimmer as Janine Skorsky, a reporter for The Washington Herald.Jayne Atkinson as Catherine "Cathy" Durant, a Democratic Senator from Louisiana and Secretary of State.Elizabeth Marvel as Heather Dunbar, a lawyer and Solicitor General of the US in the Walker Administration. She runs opposite Underwood for the Democratic nomination for President in seasons 3-4.Gil Birmingham as Daniel Lanagin, a Native American casino owner in Missouri and business partner of Raymond Tusk's.Kathleen Chalfant as Margaret Tilden, the owner of The Washington Herald.Terry Chen as Xander Feng, a corrupt Chinese businessman and back-channel diplomat and one of Raymond Tusk's business partners.Sandrine Holt as Gillian Cole, the leader of a grass-roots organization called World Well that provides clean water to developing countries.Kevin Kilner as Michael Kern, a Senator from Colorado and President Walker's original choice for the position of Secretary of State.Benito Martinez as Hector Mendoza, a Republican Senator from Arizona and the Senate Majority Leader.Boris McGiver as Tom Hammerschmidt, editor-in-chief of The Washington Herald.Lance E. Nichols as Gene Clancy, the mayor of Gaffney, South Carolina.Elizabeth Norment as Nancy Kaufberger, secretary to Frank Underwood and Doug Stamper.Samuel Page as Connor Ellis, a media consultant who becomes Communications Director for Claire Underwood.Larry Pine as Bob Birch, the former Democratic Speaker of the House and current House Minority Leader.Paul Sparks as Thomas Yates, a successful author whom Frank asks to write a book about the America Works jobs program.Dan Ziskie as Jim Matthews, the first Vice President of the United States under President Walker, and former Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania.Lars Mikkelsen as Viktor Petrov, the President of Russia.[11]Mozhan Marno as Wall Street Telegraph reporter Ayla Sayyad. She is assigned to the White House and does freelance investigative reporting.Kim Dickens as Kate Baldwin, chief political reporter of the Wall Street Telegraph. She replaces Sayyad at the White House after Seth Grayson dismisses Sayyad for protocol violations.Neve Campbell as LeAnn Harvey, a Texas-based political consultant.Joel Kinnaman as Will Conway, Republican Governor of New York and Nominee for President of the United States running against Frank.Kelly AuCoin as Gary Stamper, Doug Stamper's brother.Ellen Burstyn as Elizabeth Hale, Claire's mother. Condition: Nuevo

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