Better keep your "Re-Elect Frank Underwood" signs handy, "House of Cards" could be around for a while.
After the announcement that "House of Cards" would be returning for a third season (even though Season 2 doesn't debut until Feb. 14), series stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright spoke about the future of the series at a press junket when the renewal was announced.
“As long as Beau and me and David Fincher and Netflix feel that we have story to explore and terrain to move into, I think that we can move on as long as we feel,” Spacey told TheWrap.
When asked how many seasons he would like "House of Cards" to last, Spacey jokingly responded, "Thirty-seven.”
When Wright, who plays Spacey's wife on the series, was asked how long she could see the series lasting she said, “We’re only on the second season so far. When you think about all the other shows that have gone on five, six, eight seasons, we’re amateurs in a sense. We’re Bambis in the woods.”
"House of Cards" Season 2 premieres on Netflix Feb. 14.