Frank Underwood is back! House of Cards released a season 4 teaser on Tuesday, December 15, during the GOP debate in the form of a fake presidential campaign ad for the show's diabolical protagonist, played on the award-winning Netflix drama by Kevin Spacey.
The spot, which reveals that new episodes will be released on March 4, features idyllic scenes of the country's farmland and kids running with the flag. Voice-over refers to "a new day in America."
Then, the show's commander in chief is shown at the Oval Office as the upbeat orchestral music quickly cuts out.
"America, I'm only getting started," the character declares. "I'm Frank Underwood, and I approve this message."
Underwood, who was sworn in as president during the show's second season, spent season 3 preparing to run in the 2016 election. He also saw his marriage to Claire (Robin Wright) collapse, as she decided to leave him in the season finale.
House of Cards' fourth season will be released March 4 on Netflix. Underwood's campaign site can be seen here.
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