Watch the ‘House of Cards’ Fake Campaign Ad

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If you missed the latest Republican debate on Tuesday night, you also missed a quick surprise from Netflix (NFLX). The company took to CNN’s airwaves to air the first advertisement for the fourth season of its original series House of Cards.

“It’s a new day in America,” a narrator says in the ad, which is disguised at first as a real campaign ad. “One man refuses to settle, putting people before politics. That man is Frank Underwood.” Kevin Spacey, who plays the character—a Democrat from South Carolina—says, “America, I’m only getting started.”

Netflix appeared to decide that if anyone is trying to avoid spoilers by now, the grace period has passed: The ad does not hide that in the third season, Underwood became president. He began the series as Majority Whip, then rose to Vice President, and finally to the Oval Office.

The advertisement reveals the premiere date of the show’s new season, March 4, and led viewers to a website that cheekily plays off the current Republican candidate field: At the site, users can create their own “FU,” after seeing screens with “FU ” about entitlement, unemployment, and traffic.

Considering there was not immediately a consensus as to which candidate won this debate, perhaps the winner of the night was Frank Underwood.

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