On , he and Durant talk, and she tells him she will sow dissent in the ranks of the convention until he has Claire support her as the Vice Presidential nominee.
Constance Zimmer as Janine Skorsky - A journalist and one-time White House Correspondent for The Washington Herald, who now works for online media company Slugline.
Elizabeth does not hide her contempt for the President, and is bothered by Claire's constant comings and goings, and tensions elevate between them.
After arguing the terms, she tells Petrov he is a beggar, and will take what he is given.
It is then discovered that Walker and Tusk are longtime friends, and that Tusk has great influence over Walker.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the season has a rating of 86%, based on 36 reviews, with an average rating of 7.
|All episodes of season 4 had their television premiere on Zee Café on March 12 and 13, 2016||She forms an intimate relationship with Frank Underwood, her political informant, who in turn uses her as a mouthpiece to leak stories to the press and irk his political rivals|
|However, she gives no mention of a pardon to Frank or Doug, despite having agreed to do so||Claire then reveals to Doug that she is pregnant with Frank's child, who will become his heir even though Frank secretly left his assets to Doug|
|He was subsequently buried at||Introduced in season four, she is very intelligent and successful at her job, highly praised for her ability to win campaigns|
|On January 28, 2016, Netflix renewed House of Cards for a fifth season||However, the Underwoods are given worrying news: voter turnout is unsettlingly low across the country|
|The sixth season marks the first of the series without , who portrayed lead character Frank Underwood||However, shortly after she does so, Claire, Davis and Usher claim that the impending war means a more experienced Chief of Staff is needed, and LeAnn is presumably fired or forced to resign|