Those who watched the finale of season 3 are shocked, eager and confused. Fans of "House of Cards" want to know more, hear more, and get some definite answers about the Netflix show's season 4 premiere.

The latest news to emerge from the sets of "House of Cards" is this: Season 4's release date will not coincide with 2016 presidential elections. According to an article on NetflixLife, the Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright starrer TV show will not be delayed until presidential elections take place in late 2016.

This is because most Netflix originals are released within a gap of a month of two weeks, at most. However, there has been no official confirmation from Netflix regarding the show's release date.

Season 4 of "House of Cards" is one of the most anticipated TV series in 2016. The show revolves around its protagonists, Frank (Kevin Spacey) and Claire Underwood's (Robin Wright) political ambitions and their diabolical methods to realise their dreams.

So far, producers of the show have only revealed that a new power couple will be introduced to the plot in season 4. It has been widely reported that actress Neve Campbell, who has been signed on as a series regular will be one half of the power couple.  Apart from this, we reported earlier that the latest season might include the death of Doug Stamper (Michael Kelly), Frank Underwood's Chief of Staff.

Recently, Kevin Spacey joked that his asides on the show are directed towards Republican candidate Donald Trump. When the actor appeared on Stephen Colbert's "The Late Show", he said, "The truth is. When I'm looking directly at that camera. There's one person and one person only and that is Donald Trump. Now it all starts to make sense," reported Daily Mail.

"House of Cards" season 4 is expected to release between the months of February and March 2016 on Netflix.