House Of Cards - Season 2Frank settles into his new role as Vice President as the second season of 'House of Cards' begins. Elsewhere, Claire confronts a painful trauma from her past, while Lucas presses for the truth. New alliances form while old ones succumb to deception and betrayal. Francis and Claire must battle threats past and present to avoid losing everything.Keywords:
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Denver PostFebruary 19, 2014
Kevin Spacey remains a delightful Southern-accented villain as Frank Underwood.
Uncle BarkyFebruary 18, 2014
House of Cards remains an absorbing tale of high-level government dysfunction populated by double-dealers who hold their aces under the table.
Minneapolis Star TribuneFebruary 18, 2014
Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) returns for another round of deception, manipulation and BBQ ribs in the second season of House of Cards, the delicious political thriller that has already changed television.
SlateFebruary 13, 2014
Harping on the outlandish and silly mechanics of House of Cards' political plots feels like taking it in the wrong spirit.
indieWireFebruary 05, 2014
[It] depicts D.C. politics as a mess of personal vendettas... and then along comes Frank with his brisk, conscience-free willingness to take on what's needed to get things done -- he may be a ruthless sociopath, but there's something to admire there.
New York Daily NewsNovember 17, 2015
Still, the second season maintains the tension of the first season, and the "Bad Boys at Work" sign is still up. Let the binging begin.
ScreenRantFebruary 19, 2014
House of Cards doesn't simply plod along like Frank and Claire's leisurely jog connecting the seasons; it jumps right off a narrative cliff without checking to see what's below.
Boston HeraldFebruary 19, 2014
Ever so dark, House (of Cards) has a diabolical sense of humor.
Paste MagazineFebruary 18, 2014
I needed to stop after the credits rolled because there was no way a second episode could be this good.
John Hanlon ReviewsFebruary 17, 2014
An intoxicating, politically-savvy and aggressively-watchable piece of fantastic fiction.
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