‘House of Cards’ Review on We Got This Covered


A technical snafu the other week, the accidental release of the first ten episodes, only served to make eager the appetite for fans of House of Cards to receive season three of the Netflix series. But a lucky (elite?) few got an early at the show legit, specifically the first six episodes, which were offered to journalists to review in advance of Friday’s official release of the new season of House of Cards.

Now I’m not as obsessive about House of Cards as some people. It’s certainly a beautifully shot and designed series with an incredible cast of actors lead by Kevin Spacey, who, as professional politician Frank Underwood, may have found his signature role. If you love a lot of discussion about policy and the difficulties in implementing it, then you’re going to love this season of House of Cards. On the other hand, there’s not as much Underwood super-villainy in the first six episodes, which may turn off fans, and no main characters gets a sudden and grisly death right off the bat.

You can read my review of the first six episodes of House of Cards at We Got This Covered.

About Adam A. Donaldson

When he’s not the main/only contributor to Guelph Politico, Adam A. Donaldson also contributes to GuelphToday.com as their city hall columnist and co-hosts a political and current affairs show on CFRU 93.3 fm called “Open Sources Guelph.” When not being political, Adam co-hosts the movies and pop culture show “End Credits“, and as a freelance writer he has contributed to various papers, periodicals and websites including Nerd Bastards, We Got This Covered, the Guelph Mercury, the Waterloo Region Record, Press+1, Lucid Forge, and Women’s Post. Adam was also named one of the Guelph Mercury’s 40 Under 40 in 2013 for his work with Ed Video Media Arts Centre.
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