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House Of Cards announces comeback date & new teaser trailer

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Move over Donald Trump. The real king of politics is coming back.

Netflix has announced that there'll be 13 episodes in Season 4 of House of Cards, and they'll all be available on 4 March.

The announcement came through a mock political advert that aired on CNN during the fifth Republican presidential debate, which featured everyone's favourite wispy-haired buffoon facing off against Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and more. They wouldn't stand a chance against the scheming, ruthless Frank.

The 'ad' proclaims: “It’s a new day in America. Today more people will go to work, return home to their families and sleep more soundly than ever before – all because one man refuses to settle, putting people before politics. That man is Frank Underwood.” Kevin Spacey's Underwood then states "America, I am only getting started".

Watch the clip below as well as two new images that went up on the House of Cards Twitter and Instagram accounts. And if you're in the mood for even more appetite-whetting, September's teaser trailer is below that - and there's even a special 'campaign website' chock full of things to get stuck in to.

 

We’re only getting started. #FU2016 #HouseofCards

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