"house of cards" series has long been known as a quite controversial TV show, and it has all the right to be because it is a story about the life of the President of the United States. The portrayal of the characters has all been well-applauded by the viewers, making it run for five seasons.

However, now that Donald Trump is the new President of the United States, some viewers have noticed some eerily similar points between the lead character of the show, Francis or Frank Underwood, and the 45th President of the United States. Of course, the script has already been done way before the election results have been tallied and the similarities might just be tagged as pure coincidence.

However, the fans of "House Of Cards" season 5 are excited to see what the series has in store for them. Additionally, the new political changes in the series are also something to look forward to, as Franks' wife, the scheming Claire Underwood, is still determined to get the seat of power.

Francis Underwood and Donald Trump

The similarities of Frank Underwood and Donald Trump may seem to be quite amusing, starting off from the fact that they are both controversial personalities. The only difference is, Frank Underwood is pure fiction while Donald Trump is bigger than life and all too real.

Kevin Spacey will be reprising his role as Frank Underwood in "House Of Cards" season 5, and the fans can't wait to see what the corrupt and murderous politician has under his sleeve.

Kevin Spacey's character elicits a multitude of reactions from the viewers, from hate to pity to unreluctant support. The mixture of support and hatred for Frank Underwood has been eerily likened to the same reaction the citizens have been giving to real life President, Donald Trump.

Series won't be swayed by political stance

According to reports, fans of the series are quite worried that the show's storyline might be changed in accordance with certain political standards. Further, the eerie similarities of Frank Underwood and Donald Trump might encourage showrunners to change the plot to clearly put a divisive line between the two.

Sources reveal that the showrunners have expressed their stand that they are going to push through with "House Of Cards" season 5 by setting aside their political beliefs and convictions. Further, the showrunners have reportedly expressed that they are focused on Claire's scheme of betraying Frank and that part of the story will pretty much keep the viewers preoccupied in the first few episodes.