It's Claire's turn: House of Cards final season gets debut date

Robin Wright's calculating Claire Underwood is in charge now.

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The Robin Wright-led final season of House of Cards will debut on Nov. 2.

The show's Twitter account announced the date Tuesday, showing Wright's calculating Claire Underwood sitting atop what looks like the Lincoln Memorial. The throne is the same as the one she sits on in a July 4 tweet from the show's account. It it, Underwood wished a "Happy Independence Day... to me."

The show's final season will be the first without Kevin Spacey. Netflix parted ways with the actor following allegations of sexual advances against Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp and others who later came forward.

Netflix resumed production of the series without the former star, and will (spoiler alert) pick up with Claire now serving as president.

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