Malaysians can catch all 13 episodes in a watchathon same day as the U.S., exclusively on RTL CBS Entertainment HD, HyppTV
Aw yea, the wait is over! RTL CBS Entertainment HD on HyppTV (channel 616) has announced that it will air all 13 episodes of House of Cards Season 4 back-to-back on the very same day as the U.S., which will be this Saturday, March 5th starting at 4:00pm. The watchathon will have an encore on the next day starting at 8:00am.
Only available on this IPTV service of Telekom Malaysia's and no where else (not even Netflix yo), House of Cards Season 4 will be shown in high definition, localised with BM subtitles and can also be viewed on the move via its mobile app, HyppTV Everywhere. Aren't you excited to see what Francis Underwood, TV's most bad-ass president (sorry if you haven't seen Season 2), will do next after the dramatic cliffhanger at the end of the previous season? I know I am. So get ya HyppTV ready. *double-taps table*
HOUSE OF CARDS follows the ruthless and cunning, Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his wife Claire (Robin Wright) as they stop at nothing to conquer everything. Underwood has risen from House Majority Whip to President of the United States of America. His wife Claire plays the dutiful wife with her own political ambitions. This wicked political drama penetrates the shadowy world of greed, sex and corruption in modern Washington D.C.
HOUSE OF CARDS is executive produced by Wade/Thomas Productions and Trigger Street Productions in association with Media Rights Capital. HOUSE OF CARDS has earned several accolades including Kevin Spacey’s 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.
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