The political drama will continue into 2017.
January 28, 2016
Netflix announced today that House of Cards has been renewed for a fifth season. The veteran political drama, which is the streaming service's first-ever original series, received the good news ahead of its fourth season premiere, which is set for early March.
Season 5 of House of Cards will air in 2017, and for the first time the show will be without its creator, Beau Willimon, who is departing after four seasons. Willimon also acted as an executive producer and showrunner of the acclaimed series, which will now be searching for a suitable replacement to helm the show going forward.
Different states is never a problem for politicians. Place of birth (where you're from) and Home of record (where you claim to live) Are easy - Just think of Hilary Clinton. Never lived a day of her life in New York, until there was a pushover Senate seat for her to squat in for a run at the White House... Suddenly she has a home in New York and told us she was always a Yankees fan.