The dramatic epic of House of Cards continues its' tale in the fourth season where we see new exciting stories. In the beginning we note that Tom Yates still in his place in the White House. Meanwhile, Frank is in a not enviable position as the congress investigation with his continues but there is some support for him from Claire.
Heavy-handed symbolism, bloody MacBethian imagery and a recurring nightmare launch the tale into a hyper-real version of U.S. politics, where murder is a tactic along with gladhanding and kissing babies.
A fast and furious romp through the first six episodes that should keep bingers - and fans - happy. (Six episodes were made available for critics' advance screening; all 12 episodes are available today for streaming.)