“The Wrong Saga Of Kevin Spacey” continues, and many industry trades are reporting that Netflix has officially severed all ties with Kevin Spacey, who stands accused of having sexually harassed and/or sexually assaulted a whole bunch of dudes (two of them reportedly 14 at the time). What this means for House of Cards is that, if they even complete and air their final season, you’re more likely to see Kate Mara’s thrown-in-front-of-a-subway-train character magically come back to life than any trace of Kevin’s President Frank Underwood. He’s been officially “suspended” from the show, and they’ve canceled a planned Gore Vidal bio-pic with him. Yet, mom’s boyfriend from hell Woody Allen and Scientology’s accused rapist Danny Masterson are still lurking about on Netflix. Hmmm.
At the end of last season on House Of Cards (MAJOR SPOILER ALERT), Frank Underwood (played by increasingly icky Kevin Spacey) is no longer in charge and watches the White House from the outside in a hotel room. Change the word “White House” with “House Of Cards set,” and you may as well have Kevin’s career right about now. Continue reading
With yesterday’s announcement that the sixth season of House of Cards will be its final season, you figured Netflix was cool with putting their cash cow to pasture as long as it disassociated them with the “deeply troubling“ Kevin Spacey. But lo’ – only that last part was correct. Variety says that Netflix and producer Media Capital are in the early stages of developing “multiple ideas for a potential spinoff.” Don’t be silly – Netflix wouldn’t end House of Cards without a back-up plan. There’s no word yet on whether or not it will be a solo series focusing on FLOTUS Claire Underwood taking up child sexual abuse as her favorite cause.