House Of Cards Headlines This Month On Netflix And Amazon

Okay “House of Cards” fans mark down Friday, Feb. 27 as the third season of this award winning political drama will return to Netflix.  Kevin Spacey, fresh off  his Golden Globe Award win will be back in his love to be bad role of Frank Underwood.

A great time to binge watch House of Cards and catch up all the action. By the way take some time and watch the original House of Cards, from the BBC that is also on Netflix, it is really outstanding drama and you will see where Frank Underwood gets his political style.

Also now on Netflix in February is the iconic television series classic CBS comedy “M*A*S*H” with years 1-5 available. One of the most decorated and critically acclaimed television shows gives the program a chance to connect with an entirely new generation of fans.

Netflix also will offer two very popular dramas that originally aired on the pay cable outlet Starz: “Spartacus” and “Magic City.” Both will likely get a much larger audience through Netflix and these are two shows well worth watching. Both will also warm up the cool nights of February with their very steamy storylines.

Fresh off the heels of its first Golden Globes win, Amazon Prime Video program “Transparent,” an Amazon Original TV series starring Jeffrey Tambor as a father who comes out to his adult children as transgender, won both the Golden Globe for Best TV series, musical or comedy. And Tambor won Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series. In his acceptance speech, he called Amazon “my new best friend.”

This is a must see if you have missed it and also think that another Amazon Prime original Mozart in the Jungle, is worth checking out. February we are going to see some nice new additions to Amazon Prime though, including the 2014 films Joe and Mood Indigo. As well as the second seasons of the popular television shows Orphan Black and Hannibal. Also as a special Valentine’s Day treat, the streaming site will also offer movies like Sense and Sensibility and the aforementioned Mood Indigo on the days leading up to the holiday.


Here are the movies both Netflix and Amazon Prime Video will be adding this month.


“Bleach the Movie: Hell Verse” (2010)

“The Brothers Bloom” (2008)

“Dark Ride” (2006)

“Departures” Seasons 1 and 2 Gimme Shelter (2013)

“Gucci: The Director”

“Hot Pursuit”


“Into the Blue 2: The Reef”


“King Arthur”

“Magic City” Seasons 1 and 2

“M*A*S*H” Seasons 1 through 5

“Naruto Shippuden: The Movie”

“Now: In the Wings on a World Stage”


“Spartacus: Complete Series”

“We Could Be King”

“We’re No Angels”


“The Little Rascals Save the Day” (2014)

“Ever After High: Spring Unsprung”

“Danger 5”

“Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead”

“Elsa & Fred”

“Blood Ties”

“Catch Hell”

“Dwight Howard: In the Moment”

“Mr. Peabody & Sherman”

“Young Ones”

“The Two Faces of January”

“Scary Movie 5”

“Mako Mermaids” Season 2

“Save the Date”

“The Overnighters”

“Earth to Echo”

“In Secret”

“The Fluffy Movie”

“White Bird in a Blizzard”

“Richie Rich” Season 1 (2015 Netflix original)

“RoboCop” (2014)

“Hawaii Five-0” Seasons 1 to 4

“1,000 Times Good Night”

“Open Windows”

“Russell Brand: Messiah Complex”

“Ralphie May: Unruly”

“House of Cards” Season 3

Amazon Prime:

“Batman” (1989)

“Batman Returns”

“Into the Blue 2: The Reef”

“Airplane II: The Sequel”


“Lars and the Real Girl”


“Gimme Shelter”

“Ulee’s Gold”

“Love Story”

“Music From Another Room”

“The Brothers Bloom”

“The Object of Beauty”

“The Other End of the Line”

“The Way We Were”

“Mulberry Street”

“Air Force One”


“Steel Magnolias”

“Mood Indigo”

“Sense & Sensibility”

“Soul of a Banquet”

“20,000 Days on Earth”

“Robocop” (2014)

“Finding Neverland”

“Orphan Black” Season 2

“Alpha & Omega”

“Believe Me (Prime Member Exclusive)

“Clerks II”

“Jamie Marks is Dead”

“Hannibal” Season 2


Jim Williams is the Washington Bureau Chief, Digital Director as well as the Director of Special Projects for Genesis Communications. He is starting his third year as part of the team. This is Williams 40th year in the media business, and in that time he has served in a number of capacities. He is a seven time Emmy Award winning television producer, director, writer and executive. He has developed four regional sports networks, directed over 2,000 live sporting events including basketball, football, baseball hockey, soccer and even polo to name a few sports. Major events include three Olympic Games, two World Cups, two World Series, six NBA Playoffs, four Stanley Cup Playoffs, four NCAA Men’s National Basketball Championship Tournaments (March Madness), two Super Bowl and over a dozen college bowl games. On the entertainment side Williams was involved s and directed over 500 concerts for Showtime, Pay Per View and MTV Networks.