Netflix’s “House of Cards” might not be falling simply but.
In the wake of the Kevin Spacey scandal, Netflix showed to HuffPost that the approaching Season 6 of “House of Cards,” which is ready to air in 2018, can be its closing. Now, there are stories that spinoffs are within the works.
According to Variety, “multiple ideas” are in early levels of building. One imaginable venture would center of attention on Doug Stamper (Michael Kelly), with former “House of Cards” govt manufacturer Eric Roth approaching board to write down. Other ideas don’t these days have writers hooked up.
The choice to finish “House of Cards,” Netflix’s first authentic sequence, used to be reportedly made months earlier than BuzzFeed first reported “Star Trek: Discovery” actor Anthony Rapp’s sexual harassment accusation in opposition to Spacey. An incident allegedly took place in 1986 when Spacey used to be 26 and Rapp used to be simply 14.
Following the inside track, Netflix and Media Rights Capital launched a observation pronouncing each have been “deeply troubled.” Executives met with the display’s forged and team “to ensure that they continue to feel safe and supported,” and Spacey isn’t these days scheduled to be on set.
As Deadline notes, there’s these days no phrase on whether or not Spacey could be curious about any spinoffs. The actor additionally works as an govt manufacturer on “House of Cards.”
Netflix didn’t instantly reply to HuffPost’s request for remark.