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Netflix's 'House of Cards' to Do NYT's First On-Set TimesTalks (Exclusive)

Jethro Nededog
August 26, 2013
Netflix's 'House of Cards' to Do NYT's First On-Set TimesTalks (Exclusive)
Netflix's 'House of Cards' to Do NYT's First On-Set TimesTalks (Exclusive)

Already breaking through traditional television barriers with its nine Emmy nominations, Netflix's "House of Cards" is embarking on another first with the New York Times interview series, TimesTalks.

TimesTalks will stream live from the Baltimore set of "House of Cards" -- a first for the interview series -- on Wednesday from 7:30-8:30 p.m. ET, TheWrap has learned.

New York Times Magazine's chief national correspondent Mark Leibovich will interview star and executive producer Kevin Spacey, star Robin Wright and showrunner Beau Willimon from the set and stream live at NYTimes.com/Magazine.

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Also, fans may be able to get their questions asked by tweeting them to @TimesTalks on Twitter through Tuesday at 5 p.m. ET.

Since 1998, TimesTalks has featured its conversations between New York Times journalists and leaders across the arts, politics, world affairs, ideas and media. You can watch previous episodes at YouTube.com/TimesTalks or NYTimes.com/Video.

From Willimon, David Fincher and Eric Roth, "House of Cards" follows the political and personal travails of Francis Underwood (Spacey), the House Majority Whip, and his equally cunning wife, Claire (Wright).

Also read: How Kevin Spacey Created a Schemer for the Ages in 'House of Cards'

Its first season, which also stars Kate Mara and Corey Stoll, is currently available on Netflix. Season 2 is slated to debut in early 2014.

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