Kate Mara
Cast member Kate Mara poses at the premiere for the second season of the television series "House of Cards" at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles, California February 13, 2014.Reuters

Season two of "House of Cards," which premieres on Valentine's Day through Netflix, will be as surprising and addictive as its first season, Kate Mara, who plays the role of Zoe Barnes, an ambitious journalist, in the political drama told GQ.

Mara is featured in the magazine's March issue, and she said that she is as excited as the others to watch Season 2 of the political drama.

"Last year, before Season One came out, I had seen all the episodes; this year I haven't, so I'm just as excited to watch it like anyone else. Still, I think it's just as surprising and addictive. Hopefully, we'll see," she told GQ.

On preparing for her role, Mara said that the most challenging part was understanding the ambition of the character.

"But being a journalist wasn't the most important thing for me. That was just her job—it could be anything. The most important aspect of Zoe that I felt I needed to understand and wrap my head around was her crazy drive and ambition. Sitting around with Beau [Willimon] and [David] Fincher and Kevin [Spacey], just setting the backstories—that's where I got all of my information."

On Friday, all 13 episodes of the second season will begin streaming on Netflix from 3.01a.m. EDT (1.31 p.m IST). Filming of the third season will begin later this year.

Meanwhile, U.S. President Barack Obama is equally excited about the series, and on Thursday, he asked "House of Cards" fans not to post spoilers on social networking sites.

"Tomorrow: @HouseOfCards. No spoilers, please," Obama tweeted on Thursday.

It is no secret that the President is a huge fan of the series. During a White House meeting last December, Obama was heard asking Netflix's CEO Reed Hastings, "I'm just wondering if you brought advance copies of House Of Cards?" Deadline reported.

Obama is also a fan of "Breaking Bad", "Game of Thrones" and "Boardwalk Empire."