The House of Cards showrunners have chosen to remain mum on what happens in Season 3.
It’s unclear as to when the next season will be released or what will happen.
Showrunner Beau Willimon told the Washington Post “Look at that sneaky question trying to get me talking about Season 3” in response to the question, “do any characters have untapped potential or unplumbed depths?”
The Post then asked: “Speaking of that climactic moment between Rachel and Doug; is he going to be OK?” Willimon replied: “There’s only one way to find out.”
The Post later said, “It looks like you’re casting a few new reporters next season. Will they fare better than poor Zoe Barnes?” He replied: “Alright, well, it’s been great talking to you and I look forward to reading what you write.”
However, Willimon has told E! that both he and producer David Fincher have “desire to see just how dark that well is and how deep does it go. We have miles to go before we sleep.”
And according to a recent report, “Breaking Bad,” “House of Cards,” and “Game of Thrones” are the three most binge-watched TV shows.
Jonathan Steuer, who is in charge of the TiVo Spring 2014 Binge-Viewing Survey, said binge-viewing is “the new normal,” according to Forbes.
“The notion of being caught up on TV is a very modern idea. The idea that TV is something you control and that you can manipulate is a post DVR and over the top vision of how television works,” he said.