Frank and Claire out for a jog at night time as Frank’s chief of workforce Doug Stamper (Michael Kelly) struggles to tie up loose threads surrounding the cover-up of Peter Russo’s murder. (As a refresher, you must design on gazing that finale once more at once earlier than starting the new season.) Season two shifts focus from Congress to the White House, so the show has to rapidly — sometimes ludicrously so — pass to wrap up story arcs from the ultimate season. Some principal characters are aggressively tossed aside, while others definitely fade away in the background. Frank Underwood, through political manipulation (and even a little murder), is now the vice president of the United States.
|Release Date||14 February 2014|
|Running time||42–60 mins|
|File type||SRT (Zip file)|