Emmy season is officially in full swing, as “House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey and showrunner Beau Willimon made an all-important campaign stop Monday night with a screening at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles. Watch our exclusive red carpet chats below. Netflix put on the lavish event that included a Q&A panel with the cast and a southern-style reception featuring the show’s trademark BBQ ribs.
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Has Spacey decided on what episode to submit to Emmy judges? Does he have a favorite scene from season 3? Watch the video and then see Spacey’s Emmy odds for Best Drama Actor.
Is Willimon keeping up with the show’s odds at Gold Derby? Does he ever worry about alienating his audience by killing off beloved characters? Watch the video and then see “House of Cards'” Emmy odds for Best Drama Series.
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