Transcript for 13 New Episodes of 'House of Cards' Released
When all 13 episodes of -- 13 episodes, right? 13 episodes of "House of cards" was released Friday night, many Americans had bing watching. Waiting to do that. But it's not the only political drama. The more corruption the better, as long as it originates in Hollywood. Reena ninan is looking into this lurid love affair. Start with a clean slate. Reporter: It's back, just one of America's favorite political thrillers like ABC's "Scandal". Your time as president will be over. Reporter: And show time's "Homeland," all busting at the seams, a problem of a broken Washington. Your Americans glued to the tube with corruption in the capital? It's that fact I can't get my head around. I think what these shows do well is combine the fact and the fiction of government. Hope it's more fiction than fact. Reporter: A recent Gallup poll shows that the majority of Americans are dissatisfied with the system of government. And a vast majority of Americans are more than satisfied to watch the drama on TV. With 10.5 million viewers tuning into the premier for scandal's third season, and even the man in this house asked people to keep their mouths closed. The commander in chief tweeted, tomorrow, "House of cards," no spoilers. Why dampen his mood? We gave him a great gift. Reporter: Whether you fear frank, pull for oh life Ya, or root for Mathison. We know that shows about them aren't for the faint of heart. For "Good morning America," Reena ninan, ABC news, New York. They all my favorite shows too. And a pretty good frank Underwood. I like that. And coming up on "Good morning America," just looking
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