Kevin Spacey, who plays Frank Underwood in House of Cards, recently spoke about the show after his Golden Globe win for Best Actor in a Television Series.
The actor spoke to The National about how he wasn't expecting to win this time, and although, he very graciously dodged questions about season 3 and what spoilers fans can expect, he did seem to hint at a fourth season for the show.
"I can tell you that I hope you'll enjoy it very much when you tune in," he said, when asked about the next chapter of the show.
Upon further prodding, Spacey kept up with the funny run of how season 3 will be uneventful.
"Well, I can reveal that there will be many scenes and some of those scenes will take place in The White House," he said. "There's your headline right there (laughs)."
But when queried about how long he thought he'd continue with the political drama, he suggested that he'd stick for as long as it would run, which means there is definitely more after season 3.
"As long as they want to keep doing it and I'm having great a time doing it," he said. "We'll just continue to tell the story as long as we feel there's a story worth telling."
The third season is set to premiere on February 27, 2015. Recently, it was revealed that Remmy (Mahershala Ali) will be getting a new job in the next chapter of the show.
Underwood will not only be signing up for fresh challenges as president but foreign affairs would be a prime focus for him. In a recent interview, Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland, who will be directing as episode in season 3, stated that Frank might also be dealing with the Russians.
Watch a trailer for season 3 of House of Cards: