Sure, there are House of Cards fans who have already binged on much (if not all) of season two, but for those who haven't, get ready for some full-on crazy.
"I didn't think I could have more fun shooting the second season than I did shooting the first season, but I did," Kevin Spacey told me at series' red carpet screening last night in L.A. "And I think it's partly because the writing got much more complex. The storylines are, well, there will be a lot for people to follow."
He then warned, "You will have to pay very close attention because there's a lot of s--t that goes down."
"It's so twisted," Kate Mara said. "From the first hour, it's already so twisted."
Constance Zimmer agreed. "It gets pretty twisted. I'm not going to lie, it's get s a little dark."
Considering what happened in season one, we could only imagine what's to come.
"It's so great for people who are doing the first date thing," she said. "It's like, 'Oh, God, I have nothing to say.' You don't have to say anything—just watch the show. So many men are relieved that the show is on Valentine's Day."