Netflix Accidentally Released House of Cards Season 3
Netflix accidentally released House of Cards Season 3
For about 20 minutes, Netflix users were able to check out the new season, which won’t premiere for two more weeks. Netflix acknowledged the mistake, via the House of Cards Twitter account: “This is Washington. There’s always a leak. All 13 episodes will launch February 27.”
The Americans bringing back Margo Martindale
Martindale, whose CBS sitcom “The Millers” was canceled in November, is reprising her role as ex-KGB supervisor Claudia.
Bill Clinton on Jon Stewart’s retirement: “Where will I get my news each night?”
The former president tweeted this afternoon: “Jon Stewart’s departure raises 2 Qs: 1) Where will I get my news each night? 2) Does this mean he’s doing a sequel to Death to Smoochy?” PLUS: Washington lawmakers react to Stewart’s announcement.
Poll: America’s favorite show is NCIS
A Harris Poll of Americans found the CBS drama to be the No. 1 choice of Americans, followed by No. 2 The Big Bang Theory, No. 3 The Walking Dead, No. 4 Scandal and No. 5 Game of Thrones.
Nick Jonas to host the Kids’ Choice Awards
The Nickelodeon awards show airs March 28.
Mark Wahlberg’s next HBO project is inspired by a SiriusXM radio hip-hop DJ
Wahlberg and his “Entourage” team are developing Hyena, based on the life of hip-hop radio host Jude Angelini’s book of the same name.
All the judges will return for America’s Got Talent
Howard Stern will again be joined this summer by Mel B, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum for the third straight year.
Snoop Dogg, Method Man, Anthrax will be part of 2nd Game of Thrones mixtape
Catch the Throne: The Mixtape drops in March.
Showtime developing a drama titled You
Arrow and The Flash‘s Greg Berlanti is teaming with “Supernatural” showrunner Sara Gamble on a psychological thriller based on You: A Novel, by Caroline Kepnes. It follows a 20-something man who uses “the hyper-connected digital age to make the woman of his dreams fall in love with him.”