Sharon and I finished the fourth season of House of Cards on Father's Day night. We finished season one in October of 2016, season two in November of 2016 and season three in April. This season was originally released on March 4, 2016.
Season four picks up right where season three left off with the Underwoods estranged. The season ends with the Underwoods and the cabinet sitting in the Situation Room watching the terrorists' live video an execution. In between, the season is a mishmash of a number of different plots, including Claire's mother, an assassination attempt, an ascendant Republican candidate, search engines and an open convention.
I enjoyed season four a lot more than season three. There were a lot fewer Doug Stamper stories... With season five released just have Memorial Day, we will have a catch to watch the current season with Jack while he is home for the summer.