More yelling in conference rooms.
With thirteen new episodes.
If Netflix has anything to say about it. Which it does.
It's her second Netflix assignment.
House of Cards vs. Colbert Report tag.
Netflix today became the first digitally distributed outlet to score an Emmy nomination in the series categories.
Short hair with the versatility of long hair!
Maybe we need a new word.
Step 1: Start with an anti-hero.
Also, Eli Roth's original series Hemlock Grove had a great debut weekend.
Beau Willimon takes on intricate plot questions and defends criticism from those who have devoured the Netflix series.
He'll answer them!
Plus: Working with Adam Levine is like watching Magic Mike, per Andy Samberg, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
This bodes well for Arrested Development, we presume.
Though Netflix still won't share any numbers.
We promised a full review of House of Cards after last Friday’s preview, and here it is.
Plus: Conan totally embarrassed Jennifer Lawrence, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Finally, a space for binge-watchers to discuss the show without worrying about dropping spoilers for everyone else.
So many 30 Rock questions.
Our critic samples two episodes, and reveals whether he thinks it's worth proceeding through all thirteen.
Netflix says it won't release viewership data, and some TV executives say that isn't fair. But there will be signs whether it was worth it.
It premieres this week.