I’m not usually a big fan of House but I’ve seen it on TV several times, so it’s no surprise that it’s a pretty popular series.
And it’s been a big hit on the podcast, too, which makes it the perfect candidate for a new podcast.
So let’s dig in!
House: the TV series from Netflix’s House of Cards, featuring Kevin Spacey and Amy Poehler.
The series is set in a world of money, politics and high finance, and it’s an unusual blend of political satire and drama.
The show’s been described as ‘a comedy, a drama, and a drama all at once’ and House is certainly a comedy.
It’s got a great cast, including Kevin Spaceys best friend Spacey, and he’s one of the funniest actors I’ve ever seen.
I was always a fan of Spacey as an actor, but I never realised how good he could be in this role, and I think the cast of House are all just so funny.
It is definitely a show I’d like to see revived, especially after Netflix decided to give the show to Amazon, and its popularity has only grown since then.
It has been nominated for five Emmys so far, including Best Comedy Series, Best Comedy Album, and Best Sound Editing.
Netflix has also been very supportive of the show.
The first season has been downloaded over 2 million times and it has been renewed for a second season, with a new series set to premiere in February.
This podcast, which I’m co-hosting with my mate James (who has a PhD in music history), is all about House and it seems like it will be a good place to start.
You can listen to the podcast below: House: The Series Netflix Series 4.5 House: Episode 4 The first episode of House, the series Netflix series set in the fictional city of Washington DC, features Kevin Spaceies best friend Kevin Spaceiness, who is also Spacey’s co-star in the show, as a politician and an actor.
In the episode, Spacey plays a lawyer who represents the wealthy and powerful in DC, and is the main antagonist of the series.
He is also a member of the elite club, the Club of Rivals, and the Club is controlled by the mysterious, malevolent billionaire Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
The title refers to the fact that the House is a club, and so the characters name is often shortened to the initials Dwayne.
House is not without its flaws.
The episodes structure and pacing are not great, as the characters are constantly talking to each other, and there is little plot.
Some episodes have been dubbed as “the show with two seasons”, which makes me a little angry.
But, the show has a lot going for it, so I’m glad it’s on Netflix.
It doesn’t get the recognition it deserves, but it’s well worth the $2.99 that it costs to subscribe.
I can honestly say that the series is one of my favourites from Netflix.
If you haven’t watched House yet, this is definitely worth checking out.
It won’t be for everyone, but if you’re a fan, I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes a bit of a political satire.