'House of Cards' final season won't feature Spacey
Netflix's House of Cards will complete it's final season without Kevin Spacey.
The company chief content officer Ted Sarandos confirm the move at a conference, saying the show would resume production early 2018 without actor Kevin Spacey starring in the series as political mastermind Frank Underwood.
The equally devious Claire Underwood, played by the show's other star Robin Wright, will be the focus of the final episodes.
It wasn't clear if House of Cards would ever complete production on the series after multiple accounts surfaced alleging Spacey of sexual assault.
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