‘House of Cards’ Final Premiere

It might sound absurd today, but there was a time when Netflix was really only known for a couple shows. One of the first? ‘House of Cards.’ When the...

It might sound absurd today, but there was a time when Netflix was really only known for a couple shows. One of the first? ‘House of Cards.’ When the show debuted in 2013, Frank and Claire Underwood’s criminal machinations enticed viewers and lured them into a binge trance.

The problem, of course, is the star at the center of ‘House of Cards’ is a star no more. After sexual misconduct allegations damaged Kevin Spacey’s reputation, the show, entering its sixth and final season, has been forced to correct course and make sweeping changes to the conclusion of the Underwood story.

Despite her newfound power, Claire enters Season 6 with blood on her hands and a potential ghost looming over her shoulder.
While many plot details are under wraps- especially given the rewriting that had to have taken place to cut Frank out of the story, you can safely assume Claire will have to go to compromising lengths to keep her image and legacy untarnished.

Star of the show, Claire Wright said: “I would personally like (Claire) to be the greatest president we’ve ever had how she gets there and achieves that is a whole other thing regarding the opera of the show.”

This is the final season of ‘House of Cards’ but it has been reported that Netflix are thinking of taking a page out of the ‘Game of Thrones’ text book, kicking around at least three spin-off ideas. The current favorite, with writer Eric Roth centers on the President’s political aide in the show, Doug Stamper played by Michael Kelly. Something to keep an eye on.

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