Netflix's original content library has ballooned in recent years, but House of Cards is still probably its flagship show. The lurid, campy political drama's fourth season is premiering on March 4th, and its first official trailer was released last night. (The season was teased during the Golden Globes with a presidential address from Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood, who's getting ready to run for re-election.)
This season is probably going to revolve around the blooming battle between Underwood and his recently separated wife, the imperial Claire (Robin Wright). "You have no idea what it means to have nothing," says Frank in a voiceover. "You don't value what we have achieved. I have had to fight for everything my entire life!" Expect plenty of clandestine meetings, meaningful glances, and intensely smoked cigarettes. This is creator Beau Willimon's final season at the show's helm, and I'm sure he's going to go out with a bang. We'll find out in less than a month.