House of Cards and More That’s New On Netflix Now

House of cards

Feb. 14 2014, Published 6:09 p.m. ET

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It's a great weekend for Netflix! It's Valentine's Day, which means you've gotta hunker down with some rom-coms. It's a long weekend, so you have plenty of time to watch whatever you want. And House of Cards is back! Here are all your new titles.

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House of Cards: Season 2

Three Emmy Award wins including David Fincher ("The Social Network") for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series and nine nominations including Outstanding Drama Series went to this acclaimed political thriller. Lead Actor nominee Kevin Spacey stars as ruthless, cunning Congressman Francis Underwood, who will stop at nothing to conquer the halls of power in Washington D.C. His secret weapon: his gorgeous, ambitious, and equally conniving wife Claire (Lead Actress nominee Robin Wright).

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Clifford the Big Red Dog: Season 1

This fun-filled season of episodes follows Clifford and his pals (both canine and human) as they play, discover and interact with one another and the inhabitants of Birdwell Island, learning that good friends are what life is all about.


Set in Los Angeles, this action-thriller follows a veteran DEA operative who's closing in on an international cocaine-smuggling ring. But when a fellow agent goes undercover with the drug dealers and gets in too deep, the case becomes personal.


Burn Notice: Season 7

After inexplicably being blacklisted by his government handlers and having all his assets frozen, quick-thinking and resourceful spy Michael Westen tries to uncover who's responsible for burning him while helping ordinary people with big problems.

Chris Porter: Ugly and Angry

In this stand-up special filmed in Kansas City, comedian Chris Porter, an ex-finalist on "Last Comic Standing," delivers his takes on drugs, growing old, women's fashion and his love for Taco Bell.

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Force of Execution

An epic showdown ensues when a gangland crime boss—torn between his legacy and a desire to get out of the business —pits his hit-man protégé against a ruthless new player who's plotting his ascent to power.

Marvel's Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

Marvel makes cinematic history again when, for the first time ever, Hulk's pulverizing brute strength and Tony Stark's high-tech brainpower come together to face off against the ultimate enemy. Presented in groundbreaking Marvel CG Animation.

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This atmospheric dramedy centers on hard-living actor Johnny, whose life is thrown for a loop when his 11-year-old daughter, Cleo, pays him a surprise visit. As the two become better acquainted, Johnny realizes he needs to make changes.

The Pitch: Season 2

Ad execs live up to their cutthroat reputation as agencies go head-to-head for new clients, with only seven days to build the perfect sales pitch. From brainstorm to delivery, teams struggle to come up with killer creative that will seal the deal.

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Violet & Daisy

Teen assassins Violet and Daisy are normally unaffected by the gruesome details of their job. But when their latest target turns out to be someone unexpected, a simple hit becomes much more complicated in this vivid thriller.

Crossing Lines: Season 1

In this international crime drama, Carl Hickman is a bitter ex-cop whose friends persuade him to join a global police agency based in the Hague. Hickman soon finds himself traveling far and wide to hunt down some of the world's most artful criminals.

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Cult: Season 1 (2013)

Production assistant Skye Yarrow teams up with journalist Jeff Sefton to investigate her popular show's obsessive fans—and their possible involvement in copycat crimes drawn from the program.

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Bad Milo

A young married man with a boss from hell and a difficult mother has so much stress that a horrible creature has grown inside his digestive tract—and pops out now and then to kill whoever's causing him problems.

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Best Man Down

After casting a raucous shadow over Scott and Kristin's wedding, hard-partying best man Lumpy dies, derailing the couple's honeymoon plans. But as they plan Lumpy's funeral, the newlyweds uncover some surprising facts about their obnoxious friend.

And some more ideas for which movies to stream this Valentine’s Day!

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Fortune hunter Holly Golightly finds herself captivated by aspiring writer Paul Varjak, who moves into her building on a wealthy woman's dime. As romance blooms between Paul and Holly, Doc Golightly shows up on the scene, revealing Holly's past.

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Love Story

Privileged Harvard jock Oliver Barrett IV (Ryan O'Neal) sparks the anger of his steely, demanding father (Ray Milland) by falling in love with and marrying plebeian Radcliffe student Jennifer Cavalleri (Ali MacGraw), prompting his disapproving family to cut off his inheritance. After graduation, Oliver lands a job with a prominent law firm, and the blissful couple has the world by the tail—until tragedy intervenes.

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In this insightful slice of life, television writer Isaac Davis—who's in the throes of a midlife crisis—finds himself torn between an adoring high schooler and his best friend's high-maintenance mistress.

Say Anything 

A budding romance between noble underachiever Lloyd and beautiful high school valedictorian Diane is threatened when Diane's father has a few things to say about the relationship and his expectations for Diane's future.

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Shakespeare in Love

Young Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes) is forced to stage his latest comedy, "Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter," before it's even written. When a lovely noblewoman (Gwyneth Paltrow) auditions for a role, they fall into forbidden love—and his play finds a new life (and title). As their relationship progresses, Shakespeare's comedy soon transforms into tragedy. This bittersweet romance won seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actress.

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The Artist

Winner of five Oscars, this artful black-and-white silent film follows the romance between a silent-era superstar on a downward spiral and a rising young starlet who embraces the future of cinema at the dawn of the "talkies."

What are your plans for this weekend? Will you be watching any Netflix? What's your favorite love movie on this list? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.


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