Netflix 'House of Cards' to resume without Kevin Spacey

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It's official! Final season of political thriller web television series "House of Cards" will be returning without actor Kevin Spacey.

The future of the hit TV show had been left uncertain, after Kevin Spacey was sacked following allegations of sexual misconduct.

"It will be an eight-episode season".

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As reported by Variety, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos announced an agreement has been made to move forward with production in early 2018.

Netflix Inc severed ties in November with Spacey, one of its biggest stars who played fictional USA president Frank Underwood in "House of Cards", after accusations of sexual misconduct against the Oscar-winning actor.

Sarandos said that they are "excited to bring closure to fans", as the raft of sexual harassment allegations against the "American Beauty" star had already put the series' future in doubt, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

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A final season of the show will now focus on the character of Claire Underwood (Frank's wife) played by Robin Wright- a welcome call for many viewers.

The actor claimed he was 14 when Spacey allegedly harassed him by climbing on top of him on a bed following a party in 1986. That year, House of Cards became the first online-only series to earn an Emmy nomination and the show has since won seven Emmys in total, with Spacey nominated five times (but never winning) for his portrayal of Underwood.

Netflix last month stopped filming "House of Cards" after sexual harassment and assault allegations were leveled against Spacey. The streaming giant has reached an agreement to resume the show without Spacey and the current sixth season being the last with just 8 episodes against the usual 13.

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