‘House Of Cards’ Season 5 Spoilers: President Frank & Doug Misuses Power
Once the release date for the much-awaited “House Of Cards” Season 5 is declared, the spoilers surrounding the upcoming episodes started sprawling the web world and creating headlines. Now, the series' new season is going to give viewers jolts with unexpected turns and twists. Read the spoilers below to get more into details.
“House Of Cards” Season 5 Episodes Will See Several Deaths
The recent reports on “House Of Cards” Season 5 claimed that the political drama web television series will be filled with multiple deaths and exit of some characters. But President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) is expected to strengthen his power and position by shunning the possibilities of impeachment, as reported by MStars News.
President Frank Rises High And Turns Dangerous With His Power
Apart from it, the recently released spoilers in support of “House Of Cards” Season 5 revealed that the President will need the service of Douglas Stamper aka Doug (Michael Kelly), who is known as his loyal chief of staff and confidant. Viewers will get to see how Frank will give Doug the onus to eliminate his adversaries and possible future rivals in the world of politics to secure his position. Now it’s clear to all that he can go to any extend and even kill anyone for political benefits and securing his chair at the White House.
In the previous season of “House OF Cards,” Frank was on the brink of getting exposed of his tremendous crimes and all his opponents already were almost successful in digging his filthy secrets. But he and his wife, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) beautifully made their way out anyhow and won the political battle.
According to Variety, Netflix has set the month May for three shows that had been nominated by Primetime Emmy Awards. “House Of Cards” is one of those which will premiere on May 30, Tuesday. Other series are “Master of None” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” which are slated to hit the small screens on May 12, Friday and May 19, Friday, respectively.