Following the scandal, Kevin Spacey is sent back to House of Cards

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Everything can crumble in a very short time, it is impressive. Ask Kevin Spacey, he knows something…

It will not passed a week since the accusations of Anthony Rapp against Kevin Spacey, the apology of the latter and his coming-out defensive for the career of the actor is more or less destroyed. In fact, following these accusations, and these “excuses”, Netflix has not lost a second, deciding that he wouldn’t have it in him and confirmed in the light that the season 6 ofHouse of Cards would be the last of the series.

 

 

Except that this was not enough apparently and as the languages are déliaient on the machinations of Spacey Netflix and producer Media Rights Company by putting in a break in the filming of the series, and by considering different spin-offs to continue the program without having to include Kevin Spacey. A series of ads that find their conclusion today with a final decision hard-hitting but yet waited for : the return pure and simple of the actor.

A press release from the string is, in fact, fallen in the night, stating that Kevin Spacey was no longer part of the show and that the group no longer wanted any contact with him of any kind :

 

 

“Netflix will no longer be involved with any production House of Cards including Kevin Spacey. We will continue to work with MRC during this hiatus to determine what we’ll do together on the series. We have also decided not to broadcast the film’s Gore, which is in post-production, produced, and acted by Kevin Spacey.”

So here, things are clear, Kevin Spacey does not exist any more for Netflix. But what impact this will have on the ultimate season ofHouse of Cards ? If you believe the site Yahoo, the producers would study currently the opportunity to kill Frank Underwood very early in the season and then continue with his wife Claire. As for the rest, potential spin-offs, it will have to wait a little to learn but, what is sure, is that Netflix just spent a gigantic broom on a good part of its history.

 

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