Here are the Emmy episodes submitted by ‘House of Cards,’ Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright, Michael Kelly …

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Now that we know the complete list of Emmy episodes submitted by all of the “House of Cards” nominees, it’s time to grab some popcorn and watch them all on Netflix.

Below, see which episodes were entered for Emmy consideration by leads Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, supporting player Michael Kelly, guest actress Rachel Brosnahan as well as the six episodes in contention for Best Drama Series.

Click here to see updated list of all 2015 Emmy episode submissions

This year, Emmy voting for all program categories is opened up to the entire 18,300 members of the TV academy. That marks a change from the past when members had to opt in to voting and decide on just two program categories in which to cast their ballots. And in another big change, voters will be able to watch online all six episodes submitted by producers rather than getting a pair of them on DVD.

Best Drama Actor and Best Drama Actress
Spacey and Wright both submitted “Chapter 32.” Netflix summary: “Frank and Claire travel to Moscow to negotiate the return of an imprisoned U.S. citizen. Claire takes a stand that jeopardizes their plans.”

Best Drama Supporting Actor
Kelly entered “Chapter 27.” Netflix summary: “A rocky start for the Underwood Presidency. Frank wants to introduce an ambitious jobs program, while Claire sets her sights on the United Nations.”

Best Drama Guest Actress
Brosnahan decided on “Chapter 39.” Netflix summary: “In the midst of the Iowa caucuses, Frank and Claire must confront hard truths about each other.”

Best Drama Series
House of Cards” went with “Chapter 27,” “Chapter 32,” “Chapter 33,” “Chapter 37,” “Chapter 38” and “Chapter 39” as its six entries.

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Photo: Robin Wright and Kevin Spacey with Michael Kelly. Credit: Jim Smeal/BEI/REX

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