Wednesday, March 4, 2015

HOUSE OF CARDS Season 3 on RTL CBS Entertainment, premieres on March 10, 2015

RTL CBS Asia Entertainment HD announced that it will air all 13 chapters (episodes) of the Season 3 of the critically-acclaimed and award-winning series HOUSE OF CARDS. The series will air weekly every Wednesday at 9:55pm beginning on March 10, 2015.

“We are extremely happy to be able to bring all 13 chapters (episodes) of the latest season of HOUSE OF CARDS to audiences in the region on the same day the series is released in the U.S.,” says Jennifer Batty, EVP Programming, RTL CBS Asia Entertainment Network.  “This shows our commitment to bringing programs as close to their original release dates as possible.”

“As a TV network, we have taken a bold and unique step to air the complete series in the same way as it premieres in the U.S.” says Jonas Engwall, CEO, RTL CBS Asia Entertainment Network. “Being first in Asia with the way we are delivering Season 3 – all chapters (episodes) back-to-back the same day as in the U.S., localized with subtitles, HD  – we are confident of giving audiences in the region a fantastic TV viewing experience and we believe this will curb alternative and illegal sources for the series that historically have been used.”

HOUSE OF CARDS stars Kevin Spacey as President Francis Underwood in this wicked one-hour political drama series that slithers behind the curtain of power, sex, ambition, love, greed and corruption in modern Washington D.C.  Francis and his equally ambitious wife Claire, played by Robin Wright, stop at nothing to ensure their hold on power.

  • Kevin Spacey as Francis "Frank" J. Underwood, the President of the United States (13 episodes)
  • Robin Wright as Claire Underwood, the First Lady of the United States (13 episodes)
  • Michael Kelly as Douglas "Doug" Stamper, Frank Underwood's Chief of Staff (13 episodes)
  • Elizabeth Marvel as Heather Dunbar, Special Prosecutor who announces her candidacy for President of the United States. (11 episodes)
  • Mahershala Ali as Remy Danton, the White House Chief of Staff (11 episodes)
  • Derek Cecil as Seth Grayson, the White House Press Secretary (11 episodes)
  • Nathan Darrow as Edward Meechum (11 episodes)
  • Molly Parker as Jacqueline "Jackie" Sharp, a war veteran, Congresswoman from California and Underwood's successor as House Majority Whip (9 episodes)
  • Jimmi Simpson as Gavin Orsay (9 episodes)
  • Paul Sparks as Thomas Yates (9 episodes)
  • Kim Dickens as Kate Baldwin, Wall Street Telegraph journalist (6 episodes)
  • Alexander Sokovikov as Alexi Moryakov, the Russian Ambassador to the United Nations (5 episodes)
  • Jayne Atkinson as Catherine Durant, Secretary of State (4 episodes)
  • Lars Mikkelsen as Viktor Petrov, the President of the Russian Federation (4 episodes)
  • Benito Martinez as Hector Mendoza, a Republican Senator from Arizona and the Senate Majority Leader (4 episodes)
  • Larry Pine as Bob Birch, a Democratic Congressman from California, House Minority Leader and former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives (4 episodes)
  • Reed Birney as Donald Blythe, the Vice President of the United States and former Democratic Congressman from New Hampshire (4 episodes)
  • Jenna Stern as Eliana Caspi, the Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations (4 episodes)
  • Christina Bennett Lind as Sharon, Doug Stamper's physical therapist (4 episodes)
  • Rachel Brosnahan as Rachel Posner (3 episodes)
  • Reg E. Cathey as Frederick 'Freddy' Hayes (3 episodes)
  • Mozhan Marnò as Ayla Sayyad, Wall Street Telegraph journalist (3 episodes)
  • Kate Lyn Sheil as Lisa Williams (3 episodes)
  • Eisa Davis as Cynthia Driscoll, Heather Dunbar's campaign manager (3 episodes)
  • Curtiss Cook as Terry Womack, House Minority Whip (2 episodes)
  • Christian Camargo as Michael Corrigan, LGBT rights activist (1 episode)

HOUSE OF CARDS Season 3 Trailer

Awards Received
Developed and produced by Beau Willimon (The Ides of March), HOUSE OF CARDS has earned several accolades including Kevin Spacey’s most recent Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Television Drama, Robin Wright’s Golden Globe award for Best Actress in a Television Drama, as well as Emmy Awards for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series, Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series, and Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series. It was also honored as one of the American Film Institute’s TV Programs of the Year for 2013. 

RTL CBS Entertainment is available on Cablelink Ch 37, Destiny Cable Ch 53, Dream Ch 17, SKYcable Ch 53(SD) & Ch196(HD).

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