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When Gavin reveals that Rachel is really alive, Doug brutalizes him into divulging her location. Doug finds Rachel living under a false identity in New Mexico , drives her into the desert, and eventually kills her.
He returns to work as Frank's Chief of Staff after Remy resigns. Throughout the season, a writer named Thomas Yates is hired by Frank to write a biography for the purpose of promoting America Works.
Yates, a fiction writer with a dark past of his own, decides to put a different spin on the book and writes less about Frank and more about his marriage with Claire.
Yates reads Frank a prologue that he 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 is taking, fires Yates.
By the season finale, tensions between the Underwoods reach a point where Claire states her intent to leave Frank.
Claire relocates to Dallas and runs for Congress in her home district. The incumbent, Doris Jones, plans to retire and endorse her daughter Celia as her successor.
Claire offers them federal funding for a key Planned Parenthood clinic in exchange for stepping down, but they refuse the offer.
Frank wins back Claire's support by promising not to sabotage her campaign in Texas , but he later publicly endorses Celia in his State of the Union address.
Frank and Claire travel to South Carolina for a primary, but a series of scandals causes Frank to narrowly lose the state to Dunbar.
Frank discovers that Claire had been leaking information to Dunbar, and she threatens to continue unless he names her as his running mate.
Frank refuses. Lucas Goodwin is released from prison, and seeks revenge against Frank for having him framed and Zoe Barnes killed.
He explains his story to Dunbar, but she turns him away. Desperate, he attempts to assassinate Frank, severely wounding the president in the abdomen and killing bodyguard Edward Meechum, but not before Meechum fatally wounds Lucas.
While Frank remains comatose , Donald Blythe is sworn in as Acting President of the United States. Blythe is indecisive during a military crisis involving Russia, and turns to Claire for guidance.
Claire goes against Frank's wishes by convincing Blythe to involve China and secure a meeting with Petrov, where she brokers an ambitious peace deal.
Doug leaks information about Dunbar's secret meeting with Lucas and forces her to suspend her campaign. Frank recovers and resumes his position as President, agreeing to put Claire on the ticket for the upcoming election.
Tom Hammerschmidt, Zoe and Lucas's former news editor, digs deeper into the latter's claims of Frank's misdeeds. He approaches Remy and, with his help, starts to piece together Frank's corruption.
Tom also meets with Walker, convincing him to help by appealing to his anger for being forced to resign. Remy 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 , who agree to negotiate only with the ambitious Republican nominee, Governor Will Conway.
Frank invites Conway to the White House to assist in the negotiations as a publicity stunt, and Conway helps buy critical time in locating the suspects.
However, tensions between the Conways and Underwoods lead to the governor ending his role in the crisis. 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 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 global terrorism regardless of 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.
In the weeks before the election, Frank uses ICO as a pretext to enacting martial law in urban areas and consolidating polling places in key states.
Done mainly through back channels with Democratic governors, this is officially done in the name of safety, but in practice disenfranchises rural Republican voters.
To keep the strategy of fear going, Doug blackmails hacker Aidan Macallan into launching a massive cyberattack on the NSA , slowing down Internet traffic and wiping out hundreds of thousands of files.
The Underwood Administration pins the attack on ICO. On Election Day , the result hinges on Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Ohio.
The early returns seem to favor Conway. Underwood's political machine stages a terrorist attack in Knoxville, Tennessee , which is pinned on a local suspected ICO sympathizer.
With Pennsylvania secured by Conway and Ohio seeming to swing his way, Frank unofficially calls Conway directly to concede.
However, this is merely a tactic to put Conway off guard, as the Underwoods contact Ohio's governor and convince him to close the polls early on the pretense of a terrorist threat.
Ohio and Tennessee refuse to certify the election, and neither candidate reaches the requisite number of electoral votes. Nine weeks after the unresolved election, the Twelfth Amendment is invoked, with the vote being put up to members of Congress.
During a meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus , cracks begin to appear in Conway's facade as he loses his cool.
In light of the tie, Claire orders a special election for Ohio and Tennessee. Meanwhile, Jane Davis, a low-ranking Commerce Department official who has a wide-ranging network of connections and influence, begins working closely with the Underwoods.
As a private citizen for the time being, Frank attends a meeting of powerful men at a secret society known as Elysian Fields, in an effort to secure their influence for votes in the upcoming special election.
Meanwhile, Conway has a mental breakdown on his private plane due to feeling that the election was stolen from him.
Eventually, this and other leaks from his campaign are slowly dripped to the media in a manner that seems unconnected to the Underwoods. Seeing that his candidate is losing, Conway's campaign manager , Mark Usher, switches sides to the Underwoods.
The Underwood ticket wins both Ohio and Tennessee, and Frank is sworn in as President and Claire as Vice President.
Meanwhile, Hammerschmidt continues to investigate Zoe's death, and is given information by an unknown leaker within the White House.
Major document dumps are made available to Hammerschmidt, which, among other charges, prompts an impeachment hearing against Frank.
In response, the Underwoods set up extensive surveillance on all White House personnel. Eventually, the leaker makes a voice-modulated call to Hammerschmidt, implicating Doug in Zoe's murder.
The Underwoods convince Doug to take the fall for killing Zoe, and the leaker is revealed to be Frank himself.
The leaks are revealed to be part of Frank's master plan to resign the presidency to Claire, believing his thirst for power can be better achieved in the private sector, working alongside his wife's presidency.
Frank, concerned about Secretary Durant's intention to testify at the impeachment hearing, pushes her down a short flight of stairs upon accepting her resignation, hospitalizing her.
Claire poisons Yates with an overdose of Gelsemium provided to her by Jane, concerned that he knows too much. Finally, contractors working for the Underwoods eliminate LeAnn by ramming her car off the road into a guard rail.
Frank resigns as President, leaving Claire as the 47th President of the United States. The two await the proper moment for Claire to pardon him.
This comes in the form of a military special operations unit finding and taking out the leader of ICO, which moves media focus away from Frank.
Standing in the Oval Office, Claire appears to reconsider pardoning Frank, and ignores multiple concerned calls from him regarding the matter.
The season ends with Claire ignoring Frank's call, then breaking the fourth wall to tell the viewers, "My turn. One hundred days after Claire takes office, she faces increased scrutiny, particularly in light of her husband's death following his resignation.
The brother-sister duo of Bill and Annette Shepherd seek to influence Claire. The Shepherds are connected with Mark Usher, whom Claire has made Vice President, and who is having an affair with Annette.
Annette's son Duncan puts pressure on Claire through his media company, Gardner Analytics. Claire and the Shepherds battle over deregulation measures, and Claire uses a chemical leak from one of the Shepherd's operations to embarrass the two.
Doug, meanwhile, is in therapy following his confession to Zoe's murder, and Claire uses Assistant Director Green and his psychiatrist to monitor him.
The Shepherds decide to influence Claire by other means, including through a Supreme Court justice they convince her to nominate. They and Seth Grayson also develop a mobile application which can secretly be used to monitor the user's activity, including their location.
Secretary of State Durant also comes within the Shepherds' sphere of influence, and they persuade her to speak with prosecutors investigating the Underwoods as the Shepherds become increasingly distant from Claire.
As Durant's testimony proves more threatening, Claire and Jane Davis plot to assassinate her, but she fakes her death and flees the country.
Following Durant's fake death, Claire and President Petrov forge a deal on Syria. Claire then discovers that Durant is alive and living in France with Petrov's help.
Following this, Claire disappears for three weeks, prompting questions of her ability to lead, and leading Usher to plan to use the 25th Amendment to remove her from office.
Claire foils Usher's plan and fires her Cabinet, replacing it with an all-female Cabinet, much to Annette's surprise. Annette plans to use Claire's prior abortions against her, but Claire retaliates by revealing to Duncan he is not Annette's biological son.
With her new Cabinet in place, Claire decides to undertake a new, progressive, agenda. The Shepherds, meanwhile, continue to plot her downfall, enlisting the help of Brett Cole, an ambitious Congressman who seeks to become Speaker of the House.
They also seek the help of Doug, but he refuses, initially. Doug meets with Hammerschmidt, providing him information on Frank's actions.
Determined to strike back against her enemies, Claire frames Usher for Yates's murder, claiming he colluded with Russia to do so.
She also has Hammerschmidt, Davis, and Durant killed. Claire then reveals to Doug that she is pregnant with Frank's child, who will become his heir even though Frank secretly left his assets to Doug.
Four months after the murders, Claire reverts to her maiden name and continues her progressive agenda. Annette, now strained from Bill, plots with Usher, no longer Vice President, to assassinate Claire.
She asks Doug to perpetrate the act, but he is reluctant, mainly desiring to protect Frank's legacy. Claire, through now-Speaker Cole, blackmails Justice Abruzzo into recusing himself in a case dealing with her power to launch nuclear weapons.
Janine Skorsky and Doug continue to work to uncover the Underwoods, with Doug leaking contents of Frank's secret audio diary while Claire blames everything on Frank.
Claire then uses the pretense of ICO obtaining a nuclear weapon to create a crisis, leading the Shepherds and Doug to accelerate their plans.
Doug arrives at the White House, which Claire has placed on lockdown, but, before he can kill Claire, she forces him to reveal it was he who murdered Frank.
Claire then stabs Doug with Frank's letter opener, and the series concludes with her turning to the audience and stating "no more pain. The series played a role as one of the earliest shows to launch in the "streaming era.
And so I had been looking to do something that was longer form," Fincher stated. MRC approached different networks about the series, including HBO , Showtime and AMC , but Netflix , hoping to launch its own original programming, outbid the other networks.
The project was first announced in March , with Kevin Spacey attached to star and serve as an executive producer.
Netflix ordered 26 episodes to air over two seasons. Spacey called Netflix's model of publishing all episodes at once a "new perspective.
He was replaced by Frank Pugliese and Melissa James Gibson , both of whom had begun writing for the series in season 3. Fincher stated that every main cast member was their first choice.
So do not fuck this up. He then played Richard III at The Old Vic , which Fincher said was "great training.
He said, "When I ask my friends what they did with their weekend, they say, 'Oh, I stayed in and watched three seasons of Breaking Bad or it's two seasons of Game of Thrones.
Principal photography for the first season began in January  in Harford County, Maryland , on the Eastern seaboard of the United States.
Among the numerous exteriors filmed in Baltimore, but set in Washington, D. Underwood Library and Waldron Hall in South Carolina.
The series uses green screen to augment the live action, inserting views of outdoor scenes in windows and broadcast images on TV monitors, often in post-production.
The Production Designer, Steve Arnold, also describes in detail the use of a three-sided green screen to insert street scenes outside car windows, with synchronized LED screens above the car and out of camera shot , that emit the appropriate light onto the actors and parts of the car, such as window frames: "All the driving in the show, anything inside the vehicle is done on stage, in a room that is a big three-sided green screen space.
The car does not move, the actors are in the car, and the cameras are set up around them. We have very long strips of LED monitors hung above the car.
We had a camera crew go to Washington, D. And that is fed into the LED screens above the car. So as the scene is progressing, the LED screens are synched up to emit interactive light to match the light conditions you see in the scenery you're driving past that will be added in post.
All the reflections on the car windows, the window frames and door jambs is being shot while we're shooting the actors in the car.
Then in post the green screens are replaced with the synced up driving plates, and it works really well. It gives you the sense of light passing over the actors' faces, matching the lighting that is in the image of the plate".
In June , filming of three episodes in the UN Security Council chamber was vetoed by Russia at the last minute. According to the Maryland Film Office, the state provided millions in tax credits to subsidize the production costs.
On October 11, , The Baltimore Sun reported that House of Cards had been renewed for a sixth season and that filming would begin by the end of October In , the last remaining related criminal charges against him were dropped.
On December 24, , Spacey posted an unofficial short film titled Let Me Be Frank to his YouTube channel, in which, in-character as Francis "Frank" Underwood , he denied the allegations and stated that his character was not in fact dead.
On December 24, , Spacey posted a follow-up short film to Let Me Be Frank titled KTWK to his YouTube channel, in which, once again in-character as Francis "Frank" Underwood, he wishes the world a "Merry Christmas", comments on it having been a "pretty good year", asking one as they enter to cast their vote for more good in the world, and rather than "go on the attack" in response to one who has harmed one to instead " k ill t hem w ith k indness".
In Australia, where Netflix was not available prior to , the series was broadcast on Showcase , premiering on May 7, Australian subscription TV provider Foxtel , and owner of Showcase, offered the entire first season to Showcase subscribers via their On Demand feature on Foxtel set-top boxes connected to the internet, as well as through their Xbox , Internet TV, and mobile Foxtel Go services.
Although the entire season was made available, it maintained its weekly timeslot on Showcase. As with season one, the entire season was made available on demand to Showcase subscribers while also retaining a weekly timeslot.
Prior to Netflix's Australian launch on March 28, ,  Netflix renounced Showcase's rights to House of Cards ,  with season 3 premiering on Netflix at launch.
In New Zealand, where Netflix was unavailable prior to , season 1 premiered on TV3 in early , followed immediately by season 2. This marked the first time that an English-language general entertainment channel in India aired all episodes of the latest season of a series together.
The move was intended to satisfy viewers' urge to binge-watch the season. House of Cards was acquired by Canadian superstation CHCH for broadcast beginning September 13, , making the program available throughout Canada on cable and free-to-air in CHCH's broadcast region, which includes portions of the United States.
Season 1 was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in region 1 on June 11, ,  season 2 was released on June 17, ,  season 3 was released on July 7, ,  season 4 was released on July 5, ,  season 5 was released on October 3, ,  and season 6 was released on March 5, The first season received positive reviews from critics.
The site's consensus reads, "Bolstered by strong performances — especially from Kevin Spacey — and surehanded direction, House of Cards is a slick, engrossing drama that may redefine how television is produced.
USA Today critic Robert Bianco praised the series, particularly Spacey's and Wright's lead performances, stating "If you think network executives are nervous, imagine the actors who have to go up against that pair in the Emmys.
She added: " House of Cards is a wonderfully sour take on power and corruption. Writing in The New York Times , critic Alessandra Stanley noted that the writing in the series sometimes fails to match the high quality of its acting: "Unfortunately Mr.
Spacey's lines don't always live up to the subtle power of his performance; the writing isn't Shakespeare, or even Aaron Sorkin , and at times, it turns strangely trite.