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'House Of Cards' Season 3? Netflix In Talks For More

This image released by Netflix shows Robin Wright as Claire Underwood, left, and Kevin Spacey as U.S. Congressman Frank Under
This image released by Netflix shows Robin Wright as Claire Underwood, left, and Kevin Spacey as U.S. Congressman Frank Underwood in a scene from the Netflix original series, "House of Cards." The new original series arrived in one big helping _ all 13 episodes of its first season _ on the subscription streaming service on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, for viewers to enjoy, at their leisure, in the weeks, months or even years to come. (AP Photo/Netflix, Melinda Sue Gordon)

"House of Cards" may not be coming to an end after Season 2 after all. According to Deadline, Netflix‘s Ted Sarandos said they are working on ordering more of the Emmy-nominated drama.

"Our intent is that the show keep going for sure," Sarandos said. “It was a 26-episode commitment. It was not our intent that it just run for two seasons."

Netflix ordered two 13-episode seasons of the political drama starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright at the very start. "House of Cards" is currently in production on Season 2. Sarandos said talks are in progress for more.

Rick Cleveland, an executive producer on "House of Cards" Season 1, made headlines when he said Season 2 of "House of cards" would likely be the last.

"'House of Cards' is only going to go a second season and I think that’s it," Cleveland told Gold Derby. "Kevin Spacey likes to do movies and Robin Wright likes to do movies."

"House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon tweeted he'd like to do more than two seasons.

Click over to Deadline for more.

"House of Cards" Season 1 is currently streaming on Netflix.

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