This Saturday February 15th, Australian time, US online video service Netflix will release the second season of the acclaimed drama series House of Cards.
And that's the entire second season.
Not just the first show of the season, but all 13 episodes of delicious duplicity and deadly political power games as Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey's vengeful and manipulative congressman Frank Underwood edges closer to the only office that counts in White House – the Oval Office.
Here's the season 2 trailer to get you in the mood...
And if you haven't yet discovered House of Cards, this trailer from the first season could get you started.
So, 13 hour-long episodes of award-winning drama... at almost 11 straight hours it's a recipe for binge viewing – and perfect BYO inflight entertainment for the business traveller armed with a laptop or tablet, a pair of noise-cancelling headphones and a long journey ahead of them.
There's almost nothing like settling down to the anticipation of some great viewing as part of your precious uninterrupted time in the sky.
I'll admit to a few selective marathon video sessions during my travels.
I have fond memories of being glued to a whole season of SportsNight – Aaron Sorkin's unfortunately short-lived pre-West Wing 'comedy-drama' – during one of the last Qantas flights from Sydney to San Francisco.
Of course if you've already discovered a grippingly addictive or just plain enjoyable TV show it's not easy to resist indulging in a weekly dose as each episode airs, rather than settle for the delayed gratification of a mini-marathon at 40,000 feet.
I tried that with Downton Abbey and failed miserably, although last year I exerted steel will to avoid each week's episode of Aaron Sorkin's Newsroom in order to cue up the entire second season to watch across three successive flights.
So what's your recipe for BYO IFE? Do you load up a handful of assorted shows for variety – a few recent episodes of a favourite series – or do you bite the bullet while on the ground and save up an entire season ahead of your flight?
(And on the topic of House of Cards, do yourself a favour and track down the original 1990 BBC mini-series which inspired this US remake.)
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