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David Fincher's 'House of Cards' Trailer: Let Kevin Spacey Teach You How Politics Works


Before the new season of Arrested Development gets dumped whole into the Netflix queue this spring, Netflix is first testing their "welp, here's all we've got" episode distribution model with an Americanized remake of the BBC's House of Cards coming February 1. Produced and directed by David Fincher, the series sees Kevin Spacey getting some more mileage out of his Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil drawl coaching as a ruthless congressman who, as D.C.'s devious Zack Morris, schemes, manipulates others, and breaks the fourth wall as necessary to get what he wants.

Here's the first season trailer, promising all kinds of people promising things.

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