This release collects every episode from the fourth season of the Netflix series House of Cards, a drama about a ruthless congressman and his equally ambitious wife who navigate the corridors of power in Washington, D.C.
Kevin SpaceyFrancis Underwood
Robin WrightClaire Underwood
Sebastian ArcelusLucas Goodwin
Molly ParkerJacqueline Sharp
Gerald McRaneyRaymond Tusk
Kristen ConnollyChristina Gallagher
Sakina JaffreyLinda Vasquez
Nathan DarrowEdward Meechum
Constance ZimmerJanine Skorsky
Rachel BrosnahanRachel Posner
Michel GillGarrett Walker
Sandrine HoltGillian Cole
Jayne AtkinsonCatherine Durant
Mahershala AliRemy Danton
Michael KellyDoug Stamper
Ben DanielsAdam Galloway
Boris McGiverTom Hammerschmidt
Dan ZiskieJim Matthews
Kate MaraZoe Barnes
Corey StollRep. Peter Russo
David FincherExecutive Producer
Beau WillimonExecutive Producer
Dana BrunettiExecutive Producer
Andrew DaviesExecutive Producer
Joshua DonenExecutive Producer
Eric RothExecutive Producer
John MelfiExecutive Producer
Kevin SpaceyExecutive Producer
Michael DobbsExecutive Producer
Rick ClevelandCo-Executive Producer
Sarah TreemCo-Executive Producer
Media Rights CapitalProduction Company
Sony Pictures TelevisionProduction Company
Trigger Street ProductionsProduction Company
John MankiewiczCo-Executive Producer
Robert ZotnowskiCo-Executive Producer
David MansonExecutive Producer
Josh DonenExecutive Producer
House of Cards
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
House of Cards: The Complete Fourth Season [Blu-ray]
In this season, Frank Underwood gets a little return karma for past manipulations and murders. Former Washington Herald reporter Lucas Goodwin goes to jail for cyber fraud, but then after being released, goes on a rampage to avenge his girlfriend's (Zoe Barnes) murder by Frank by taking matters into his own hands. He attempted an assassination of Underwood at a campaign rally, but failed, although Frank's secret service protector Edward Meechum is shot and killed. The season ends with Tom Hammerschmidt - former executive editor of the Herald - putting together damning evidence against Underwood, yet the latter weasled out of this one too before it could be published. The last episode leaves you wondering if he will overcome this latest challenge and go on to be re-elected as President of the United States.
Bottom line is that this is exciting drama, not to be missed if you're into mystery and intrigue. The acting is beyond excellent as well.
As in my other reviews I have stated that this is a great series with an exceptional cast of characters. The storyline is great and it keeps you wanting to see more. On the other hand as in my other reviews of previous seasons... the packaging that Sony uses for the DVD's is cardboard and when you remove or put your DVD back it will scratch it. Not sure why they cannot understand this, but my guess is they don't care what it does as long as they can sell it...period. So beware if you buy this on DVD as they will more than likely scratch as you use the packaging. Not sure if this is a problem with the Blu-rays or not.
This is a series of high political intrigue that keeps the viewers wondering if our government works that way all the time. I believe that our presidents are better than Frank Underwood, however, this character in the series faces the same situations that a real president does, so many of the things that we see and the decisions he takes reflect a political reality up to a certain degree.
I will admit I'm a huge House of Cards Fan, and this season was by far better than season three. Season one and two were really good, I've watched them at least three times. I put this show on when I'm doing laundry. I personally didn't love season three that much, but season four makes up for that.
Get it if your a cards fan! :)
We started watching this series a few years ago but trailed off after season two. After rewatching the first two seasons, we have now finished through season four and are ready for the current season (five). Its very addictive. We need a Frank Underwood to show our current politicians how to get things done.
This series is like a train wreck; can't look away no matter how ugly the truth of it gets. Don't start watching the series with this one. You must start with season one. I know it's fiction, but, it's so close to reality it's scary. I've never been one to trust the motives of a career politician, and now I know why. Great acting and great storylines.
Just when you thought "the show can't go anywhere else" you get a whole new reason to be sucked in from start to finish. This season you get to see the Underwoods go back to what made the first season so powerful. Their unmatched power of scheming and always being a step ahead. Drama hits and is the second term that much in the bag?
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
He's been President now, what's his next goal?
Well it's Season Four and he's been President now for a little while... he needs a new goal. And I don't see him finding a new goal. BUT, his wife has a goal, a career, a very serious career, and the season is spent on climbing toward that. Some intrigue, with the Russian Premier, instead of Congress and their staff. It's less suspenseful than previous seasons. Season Five better come up with something really good, or this series will disappear. Ellen Burstyn is great as the mother-in-law.