Neve Campbell has been added to the cast of Netflix’s House of Cards‘ fourth season as a series regular.

Neve Campbell On ‘House Of Cards’

Campbell’s casting was confirmed by Deadline Tuesday. It’s not yet known who Campbell will be playing in the political thriller. However, it’s been speculated that a new, younger power couple will be hitting the fictional Washington and that they’ll become political rivals for Frank (Kevin Spacey) and Claire (Robin Wright). If that’s true, it’s possible Campbell could be playing one half of that pairing.

At the close of the third season of House of Cards, Frank and Claire’s relationship is at its most fragile, with Claire leaving her president husband behind at the White House, determined to end their marriage. If past is prologue, their ambitious natures will eventually return them to each other’s sides.

Campbell’s last series regular role was in the History Channel’s 12-episode Titanic: Blood and Steel series. She also starred on the limited NBC summer series The Philanthropist in 2009. Over the years, she’s had arcs on Medium, Burn Up and Grey’s Anatomy, as well as an appearance in Mad Men. She also has an upcoming four-episode arc on the second season of Greg Poehler comedy Welcome to Sweden. 

Campbell is best known for series Party of Five and the Scream films.

House of Cards’ fifth season will premiere in 2016.

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