Critic Consensus: House of Cards enjoys a confident return to form this season, though its outlandish edge is tempered slightly by the current political climate.
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News & Interviews for House of Cards: Season 5
The bleakest (yet somehow still extremely fun to watch) season of the show yet.
Having laid to rest the long-standing charge that House of Cards was too absurd to be taken seriously as "prestige television", the Netflix caper has rediscovered its cocksure strut.
Season 5 does a good job of disrupting Frank Underwood's best laid plans by utilizing ghosts of the past.
House of Cards - which was supposed to show us what a truly evil politician like Frank Underwood could do with our system - has instead become a morbidly interesting way to measure our decay.
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