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The Philosophy of House of Cards – Wisecrack Edition
Robin Wright as Claire Underwood , Frank's wife who runs the Clean Water Initiative, a non-governmental organization , in season one before giving it up to become Second Lady of the United States in season two. She forms an intimate relationship with Frank Underwood, her political informant, who in turn uses her as a mouthpiece to leak stories to the press and irk his political rivals. Corey Stoll as Peter Russo, a Democratic congressman from Pennsylvania 's 1st congressional district and recovering addict. Michael Kelly as Douglas "Doug" Stamper, Underwood's unwaveringly loyal chief of staff and confidant. He is temporarily replaced by Remy Danton as White House Chief of Staff after his injury for most of season 3 but returns as his new Chief of Staff at the end of the season. Sandrine Holt as Gillian Cole, the leader of a grass-roots organization called World Well that provides clean water to developing countries. He trusts Underwood as a close adviser and lieutenant, but remains blind to his machinations. He worked in Underwood's congressional office as Communications Director prior to the series, and after severing ties with Tusk, serves as Underwood's chief of staff for most of season 3 until quitting at the end of the season. He opens an investigation into the secret dealings of Frank and his inner circle in Season 4. Rachel Brosnahan as Rachel Posner, a prostitute trying to make a better life for herself using Stamper. She also briefly ran for the Democratic nomination for President in season 3. Gerald McRaney as Raymond Tusk, a billionaire businessman with a wide network of influence, although he prefers to live modestly. Jimmi Simpson as Gavin Orsay, a computer hacker turned reluctant FBI informant, who works secretly with Doug Stamper in exchange for help escaping the country. She is assigned to the White House and does freelance investigative reporting. She runs against Underwood for the Democratic nomination. Paul Sparks as Thomas Yates, a successful author whom Frank asks to write a book about the America Works jobs program. He stays on as a speech writer and Claire's lover. She later becomes the Campaign Manager for the Underwoods for the Election. He later joins the Underwood's inner circle as a "Special Adviser". She is very well connected and able to successfully negotiate back channel dealings for the Underwoods. Conception[ edit ] The world of 7: A stake has been driven through its heart, its head has been cut off, and its mouth has been stuffed with garlic. The captive audience is gone. If you give people this opportunity to mainline all in one day, there's reason to believe they will do it. And so I had been looking to do something that was longer form," Fincher stated. TV will not be TV in five years from now Netflix ordered 26 episodes to air over two seasons. But if you look now, the focus is not on the same kind of films that were made in the 90s. When I look now, the most interesting plots, the most interesting characters, they are on TV. So do not fuck this up. 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. Among the numerous exteriors filmed in Baltimore, but set in Washington, D. Martin O'Malley visits the set of House of Cards at Joppa, Maryland in Most of the interior scenes in House of Cards are filmed in a large industrial warehouse,  which is located in Joppa, Maryland , also in Harford County, which is about 17 miles north east of Baltimore. 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: 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". 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. 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.
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