The United States' politics is heating up right now because of the 2016 presidential elections. Coincidentally, the politically themed TV series "House of Cards" will also show the tension inside the White House.
The latest news came from TV Guide, along with other shows. What are we going to anticipate in the much-awaited fresh season?
Meanwhile, Baltimore Sun had a glimpse of first hours of the pilot episode, in which they claimed are "looking good." According to Baltimore Sun, Season 4 had a "superb casting" with "a series that at its best, is as big, deep and dark as Greek mythology."
While waiting for a definite summary, a painting of Kevin Spacey's character, Frank Underwood has been exhibited at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery on Tuesday, reports The Wrap.
The life-sized artwork shows President Underwood sitting authoritatively as perceived by the talented British artist Jonathan Yeo. The project is a collaboration of artists and painters who portray every president in the White House.
Kevin Spacey, along with Yeo and the Portrait Gallery Director Kim Sajet unveiled the painting to White House press corps and Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos and the audiences. The painting can be seen on the site as well.
Baltimore Sun was able to catch Kevin Spacey during the art exhibit, and he shared his experience of being involved in the much- awaited series.
"It's really fun to blur fact and fiction to the point where no one (expletive) knows what the (expletive) is going on," Spacey said.
"House of Cards" Season 4 is set to premiere in Netflix on March 4.