Kevin Spacey as Francis Underwood in a scene from "House of Cards." (AP Photo/Netflix, Nathaniel E. Bell)
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Kevin Spacey is convinced that like the ruthless, morally corrupt politician he portrays in Netflix's Emmy Award-winning political drama "House of Cards," the anti-hero is here to stay.When the third season of Netflix Inc's online streaming series premiered on Feb. 27, all 13 episodes were immediately available to subscribers, enabling millions of fans to binge-watch the show that follows Spacey as President Francis Underwood and Robin Wright as his ambitious first lady, Claire.Spacey, 55, who has won Oscars for "American Beauty" and "The Usual Suspects," credited the groundbreaking 1980s police drama "Hill Street Blues," as well as HBO's "The Sopranos," with its anxiety-ridden, overweight mob boss and other shows for changing television and introducing anti-hero characters.Spacey believes the format is here to stay.
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