House of Cards is still alive at Netflix without Kevin Spacey

Paola Ditto
Novembre 14, 2017

NY [U.S.A], November 13: The fate of Netflix series "House of Cards" has been up in air since the allegations of sexual misconduct levied against Kevin Spacey which saw the streaming service cut its ties from the actor.

In the meantime, the allegations against Kevin Spacey continue to send ripples through Hollywood, and more big names are going under the microscope for alleged sexual misconduct in the past or present.

Netflix and House of Cards creator Beau Willimon quickly reacted to the allegations, with Willimon calling the allegations "deeply troubling", and Netflix announcing that the sixth season of House of Cards - which was already in production at the time - would be the show's last.

As for "House of Cards", CNN Money reports that the verdict about the show's fate will be revealed to the cast and crew by Netflix and MRC on Thanksgiving. They serve as another factor in this scenario, as the show's delays could cause several people with the show to exit before the series can wrap due to contractual obligations with other projects.

The writers of "House of Cards" are racing against the clock to rework the final season of the series without Kevin Spacey, who played the lead role Frank Underwood.

One rumor that's already been kicked around is that House of Cards will simply kill off the Frank Underwood character, which wouldn't be that unreasonable of a solution.

Should the writing duo pull together a satisfactory new story arc - one that would undoubtedly focus on Underwood's wife, Claire (Robin Wright) - it will be down to Netflix and Media Rights Capital whether to proceed.

Though, Gibson and Pugliese have not made any public statements about the future of the show.

In the meantime, House Of Cards now has over 2,000 members of the cast and crew waiting to hear the final verdict.

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