Netflix is feeling confident when it comes to the future of their flagship drama, “House of Cards.”
The David Fincher-led series, which began with a two-season, 26-episode order, has been picked up for a third season ahead of the season 2 premiere, according to the “Hollywood Reporter.”
All 13 season 2 episodes of “Cards” will bow on February 14, with production on season three set to begin soon for a likely 2015 debut.
There had been doubts in the past regarding the show’s future, what with A-list stars like Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright co-starring in the series.
The D.C.-set drama became the first web-only series to be nominated in the top Emmy categories, with Fincher winning for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series.
In another landmark win, Wright later took home the Golden Globe for Lead Actress in a Drama.
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