Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Release: House of Cards: Season 3

Digital Release Date: June 29, 2015, Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: July 7, 2015
Price: DVD $55.99, Blu-ray $65.99
Studio: Sony

Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright get political in House of Cards

Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright get political in House of Cards

Power plays, sex and greed motivate some of Washington’s most powerful decision-makers in the political drama TV series House of Cards: Season 3, starring Kevin Spacey (Horrible Bosses) and Robin Wright (The Private Lives of Pippa Lee).

In Season 3, President Frank Underwood (Spacey) fights to secure his legacy and his wife Claire (Wright) wants more than being the First Lady. The biggest threat they face is contending with each other.

Written by Beau Willimon (The Ides of March), the series also stars Michael Kelly (TV’s Person of Interest), Molly Parker (TV’s Dexter) and Rachel Brosnahan (TV’s Manhattan).

An adaptation of the 1990 BBC television miniseries of the same name, House of Cards is an NetFlix Original Series that premiered exclusively on Netflix’s web streaming service several months back.

House of Cards: Season 3 Blu-ray boxAll 13 episodes of the show will be available on a four-disc Blu-ray and four-disc DVD set featuring the kind of razzle-dazzle packaging that’s usually associated with co-producer David Fincher’s projects.

The Blu-ray and DVD editions contain the following bonus features:

  • “Backstage Politics: On the Set of House of Cards” – An extensive behind-the-scenes look into the creation of House of Cards, Season 3.
    · “A Death in New Mexico” – A featurette that chronicles the surprising Chapter 39 (Blu-ray only)


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