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‘House of Cards’ live tweets ‘Scandal’ as Kerry Washington and others reply

Screen Shot 2014-03-01 at 5.15.13 PMHouse of Cards continues to ramp up their social TV footprint and it’s now going way beyond just sharing their own show’s content. The show’s official Twitter account, @HouseofCards live tweeted Thursday night’s episode of Scandal and made a point to engage with cast members who were live-tweeting the show. 

Here are the details.

They started off with this:

Kerry Washington responded:

They continued to tweet at the show throughout the episode:

Kerry even tweeted again:

Kudos to Netflix on figuring out that even if they can’t live tweet their own shows on a non-existent linear schedule, they can join the fun with others. We’ll see who makes the first mashup that goes viral and if we’re lucky maybe even a Jetsons/Flintstones style crossover of characters in a real episode of House of Cards or Scandal.

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