Popular Netflix political drama House of Cards is set to return to production early next year — but it will do so without its embattled star, Kevin Spacey. The news was confirmed by the company’s
More fallout from allegations surrounding House of Cards actor, Kevin Spacey: Netflix has said it will no longer work with the actor at all.
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The fallout from allegations around House of Cards star Kevin Spacey continues. Netflix and production company Media Rights Capital say that they’ve actually halted production on the show: ̶
Netflix announced today that House of Cards will end after its next season. The news comes after actor Anthony Rapp told BuzzFeed that House of Cards star Kevin Spacey made a sexual advance toward him
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