These images come after a short teaser was released in March earlier this year following the exit of Kevin Spacey from the popular show.
Though at one point it looked like Netflix's hit political drama House of Cards would be brought down with the scandal that surrounded Kevin Spacey previous year, as the writers were left with a dilemma as to how to proceed without the main character, anyone who watches the show knew that there was an obvious way to save it: just focus on Spacey's on-screen wife, Robin Wright's Claire Underwood.
Now, Netflix has released two intriguing images from the upcoming season.
Spacey, who played the scheming politician during the first five seasons, was sacked after multiple men and women accused him of sexual misconduct in the wake of Harvey Weinstein scandal. The fifth season ended with the lead up to Claire taking over the presidency, teasing the political feud between her and Frank.
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I'm interested to see how this final season will be handled given that Spacey won't be back, but in terms of character focus, I've always loved Wright's Claire Underwood, so I'm certainly on board.
Some cast additions for the next season include Greg Kinnear, Diane Lane and Cody Fern who join the established cast of Michael Kelly, Jayne Atkinson, Campbell Scott, Derek Cecil, Patricia Clarkson, and Constance Zimmer.
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He has won twice in Monaco and was unlucky not to succeed past year in Indianapolis, where a late engine failure ruined his race. If he is able to clinch victory, the likelihood is that he would be tempted to opt for a full assault at the IndyCar series.
House of Cards executive producers are Melissa James Gibson, Frank Pugliese, Robin Wright, David Fincher, Joshua Donen, Dana Brunetti, Eric Roth, Michael Dobbs and Andrew Davies.
The series, which was created by Beau Willimon, hails from studio MRC.
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