“House of Cards” Season 4 premiere date is most likely be on Mar. 11, 2016. Given the show’s previous premiere dates Feb. 12 or Feb. 26, 2016 are also possible as premiere date of “House of Cards” Season 4.
“House of Cards” Season 4 is set to take a turn unexpected with the entry of Neve Campbell. It is still not very clear as to what exactly Nevel Campbell will serve as in the White House but according to revelation from Executive Producer of “House of Cards,” Beau Willimon to VC Post, Neve Campbell is sure to bring trouble for Frank and Claire Underwood.
“House of Cards” Season 4 brings Campbell as regular on the show and it is very evident from the speculations that Doug Stamper is to be killed. But who kills Doug Stamper is still not revealed. With almost 4 months to the premiere, speculations are suggesting that Campbell might have a hand in putting Stamper to death’s hook!
“House of Cards” Season 3 showed Doug Stamper last as serving in White House as Frank Underwood’s Chief of Staff. “House of Cards” fans know how important Stamper is to Frank Underwood and Neve Campbell’s character will know it too.
According to Doug Stamper “House of Cards” Wikia Page, “Stamper is a vital cog in Underwood’s political machine, serving as his chief of staff. His talents for discretion and subterfuge allow him to be ruthlessly efficient.”
Stamper is very important to Frank but to fulfil her ulterior motives and, being close and important to Frank Underwood, Campbell will have to get rid of Doug Stamper!
When asked about death rumors to Michael Kelly, who plays the character of Doug Stamper, he told Christian Post, “I don’t know, man, I don’t want him to… I love playing him, I love going to work every day, here we are in season 4 and I love going to work just as much as I did the first day of season 1 and that says a lot.”
To make room for herself, Campbell might kill Doug Stamper. And with Claire Underwood leaving Frank Underwood, will he fall weak and get closer with Campbell’s character?
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