Kevin Spacey as U.S. Congressman Frank Underwood and Robin Wright as Claire Underwood in 'House of Cards.'
(Photo: Melinda Sue Gordon, AP)
(USA TODAY) House of Cards, starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, returns for Season 2 on Feb. 14 with 13 new episodes.
And now Netflix has announced more good news: Season 3 has been ordered.
House of Cards, Netflix's first original series, debuted one year ago. The first season snagged nine prime-time Emmy nominations and four Golden Globe nominations. This past weekend, the show was named best new series at the Writers Guild of America 2014 awards, beating out Orange is the New Black, Ray Donovan, Masters of Sex and The Americans.
Wright won a Globe for her portrayal of Spacey's evil but glamorous, scheming wife.
The Hollywood Reporter says production will start "soon."
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