By Christian Holub
Updated January 22, 2015 at 07:11 PM EST
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House of Cards

type
  • TV Show
network
  • Netflix

Parks and Recreation has entered its final season, leaving fans and critics wondering what it all means. Over at Time, James Poniewozik writes that the adventures of Pawnee’s civil servants are really about “about the importance of community, the idea that people need each other, that when you help someone, you’re also helping to make yourself better.”

The last remnant of NBC’s era of sitcom greatness is unquestionably a political show, but not in the same way as Aaron Sorkin’s idealistic The West Wing or the Machiavellian drama of House of Cards. Instead, Poniewozik writes, the sitcom provides a model “of how people of opposite politics can still work together and care about each other.”

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Episode Recaps

House of Cards

Ballots, betrayal, and barbecue combine in Netflix’s original drama, which stars Kevin Spacey as cunning congressman Frank Underwood and Robin Wright as his equally ruthless Lady Macbeth. Based on a 1990 BBC serial of the same name.
type
  • TV Show
seasons
  • 6
episodes
  • 73
rating
  • TV-MA
creator
  • Beau Willimon
network
  • Netflix
stream service

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