‘House Of Cards’ Renewed By Netflix For Fourth Season: Underwood In 2016!

The amazing political thriller will return for another run in 2016 after production stars this summer.

Will Claire be by his side?
After Kevin Spacey’s Francis Underwood has successfully schemed his way to the Presidency but will he be reelected?

Starring two-time Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey (who also took home a Golden Globe for his work on the Netflix series), the third season saw Francis (Spacey) and Claire (Robin Wright) Underwood continue their ruthless rise to power as threats mount on all fronts. It also introduced new recurring characters, including Kim Dickens (Gone Girl, The Blind Side) and Jenna Stern (16 Blocks, Hitch).


Based on the BBC miniseries of the same name, “House of Cards” is executive produced by David Fincher, Joshua Donen, Beau Willimon, Kevin Spacey, Dana Brunetti, John David Coles and Eric Roth. The one-hour drama is produced by Donen/Fincher/Roth and Trigger Street Productions, Inc. in association with Media Rights Capital for Netflix.

House of Cards’ Costume Designer Tom Broecker Talks about Frank Underwood ‘style .

The Netflix political series costume designer Tom Broecker — who has been designing for Saturday Night Live for 16 years and created Liz Lemon’s iconic blazer/hoodie 30 Rock combo .

Kevin Spacey’s public image is also very controlled. Each one of his shirts takes eight hours to fit him perfectly, including changing the collar, altering the sleeves and cuffs. He wears the grays and the blues. Kevin wanted to do a nod to the original British version of the show so we dealt with a Saville Row company, Gieves & Hawke, for all his wardrobe and had it all tailored for him.


Kevin pretty much exclusively wears Burberry with a hint of Ralph Lauren. We choose specific suit colors, specific ties, specific colors that all do subtle things to his jaw line, body shape, and skin. Frank will never look like he walked out of GQ, but he also doesn’t look frumpy. He’s a politician so he can’t look too overly done and stylized.

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