Sesame Street Presents "House of Bricks"

Posted by Nate Wek on

The next season of the series “House of Cards” will be released exclusively to Netflix users this Friday, February 27. This is the third season of the series, for a show that has become increasingly popular over the past year.

House of Cards is a political drama that is set in current day Washington DC. Main Character Frank Underwood, played by actor Kevin Spacey, displays the power of manipulation in the political world. Because of the shows popularity and the debut of Season 3 this week, Sesame Street displayed their own version known as “House of Bricks.” 

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