Production is resuming next year on the sixth and final season of House of Cards without it's former star, Kevin Spacey. The final season was originally supposed to run 13 episodes. "The way to do that is having a lot of variety, and executing in multiple genres at a high level", Sarandos said, noting Netflix has made forays into unscripted shows and stand-up specials.
House Of Cards' upcoming sixth season is set to be its last, after Netflix cancelled the show in the wake of the allegations against Spacey.
This pivot isn't just the show's way of moving past the Spacey scandal-it's also a logical step House of Cards should have taken seasons ago.
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On Nov. 26, Media Rights Capital announced that it had extended its production hiatus for another two weeks until December 8.
But it appears to have had a rethink after Spacey apologised to actor Anthony Rapp, who had accused him of trying to seduce him in 1986 when Rapp was 14.
Production was suspended in October, following sexual assault allegations against the actor, who plays Frank Underwood. Production on the first two episodes of season six was already completed by the time of the production hiatus.
Production on House Of Cards was subsequently paused October 31 following the story, published by Buzzfeed. It debuted in 2013 to much acclaim and immediately put Netflix on the prestige TV map. The series will now focus on Robin Wright's Claire Underwood. Christopher Plummer will take over Spacey's role as J. Paul Getty in the feature, due in theaters December 22.