Final season of 'House of Cards' to return without Kevin Spacey

Netflix Confirms Shortened'House of Cards Final Season Without Kevin Spacey

House of Cards to resume production for final season without Kevin Spacey

"We were really excited we could get to an agreement" to provide "closure of the show for fans", chief content officer of Netflix Ted Sarandos explained Monday at UBS's Global Media and Communications Conference in NY.

Sarandos said there would be eight episodes and that they would be produced in 2018.

During a conference today, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos confirmed that the show will continue and that the upcoming season has been reworked to have Claire Underwood at the centre of the show.

House of Cards fans may finally have some answers after weeks of uncertainty about the the future of the Netflix series.

Since that time, numerous other sexual harassment and sexual assault accusations have come out against Spacey.

Kevin Space and Robin Wright in "House of Cards".

Production on House of Cards will resume in January in Baltimore.

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The fate of House of Cards, the political drama starring Spacey as scheming politician Frank Underwood, was initially unclear.

The show is moving forward following Netflix's decision last month to no longer work with Spacey in any capacity, including House of Cards and a planned biopic of Gore Vidal.

The eight-episode season will focus on co-star Robin Wright.

After the story broke MRC Studios, the company who oversees the show, promptly suspended Spacey.

Sarandos spoke about "House of Cards" at USB's Global Media and Communications Conference in NY.

Spacey was "taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment" after allegations surfaced, according to a representative. Director Ridley Scott digitally replaced Spacey with Christopher Plummer in his new film All the Money in the World.

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