HomeTVHouse Of CardsTop 5 Reasons to Watch Season 2 of House of Cards Melodie February 21, 2014 5 Comments Ok, I admit it. I binge watched Season 2 of the Netflix smash political drama House of Cards in two days. This season is chock full of intense situations, power moves, amazing performances and jaw dropping surprises. HOC picks up right where the previous season left off. If the non-stop social media chatter since Friday hasn’t been enough to convince you to watch this suspenseful, thrilling drama, here are five reasons to press play on Season 2 of House of Cards. 5.) A Hitchcock-esque Twist The Season 2 premiere of House of Cards began amidst a scandal involving our main character, Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey). As he struggles to get a hold on the situation, the show truly takes off. Writer Beau Willimon channels his inner Alfred Hitchcock in the most shocking way, and someone’s house of cards disintegrates into ruin. 5 Responses Daniel St. John February 22, 2014 I binge watched the entirety of Season 2 last weekend and now I am bummed that I don’t have any new episodes to watch until next year. Log in to Reply heatherwebber10010 February 22, 2014 It was soooooooo good. Log in to Reply Perla February 22, 2014 This show is perfection, phenomenal. I love all the twist and turns in it. Great job by Netflix. Log in to Reply J Bernard Jones February 22, 2014 If you haven’t already, watch the original “House of Cards” (House of Cards, To Play the King and The Final Cut) trilogy starring the peerless Ian Richardson as Francis Urqhart. On Netflix, Hulu and YouTube. Log in to Reply 1titanman February 24, 2014 House of Cards is truly a great show! I watched the first show of season 2 and so hooked… You have to dragged it out, because if you don’t you will not feel good about waiting until next yr. Kevin Spacey which I always think he so good as an actor said that HBO and Showtime was so interested in the show. Looks like Netflix was the better one, and a big ups to Luke & Mel because of PC podcast. The Orange is the new Black is also another great Netflix in house show. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.