The New Yorker reviews “House of Cards”

The new season of “House of Cards” feels like an extended epilogue, which is perhaps exactly what we – along with Frank Underwood – deserve. The New Yorker reviews the third season of “House of Cards.”

Last Friday, the third season of the acclaimed series “House of Cards” was released on Netflix, and was met mostly with mixed reactions. The New Yorker concludes that the third season feels like “an extended epilogue.” “The show is about the will to power, not the wielding of it: public policy seems at once above Frank’s ethics and beneath his talents.”

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