A great loss for the acting community today, as one of its most recognizable supporting players has passed away. House of Cards, Fantastic Four and The Wire vet Reg E. Cathey has died at the age of 59, reports confirm.
House of Cards hasn’t come forth with many updates since beginning to part ways with star Kevin Spacey, but there may yet be hope on the horizon. A new report suggests the Netflix drama will finally get back to work in December, albeit with some new crew.
It didn’t take long for Netflix and House of Cards to distance themselves from star Kevin Spacey in the wake of pedophilia accusations from actor Adam Rapp. Producers placed Spacey on leave with intent to rewrite House of Cards’ final season around Robin Wright’s Claire, but the process of severing the toxic star may be more costly and complicated than we thought.
All week long we’ve seen House of Cards continually crumble under allegations against Kevin Spacey, but is there hope yet for the final season? A new report suggests producers are looking into continuing the series around Robin Wright‘s Claire Underwood, albeit after a very frank exit.
The tumbling House of Cards metaphor is apt, as sexual assault allegations against star Kevin Spacey appear to be picking up speed. The actor has since been dropped by his representation, as new reports of inappropriate behavior surface from the House of Cards crew itself. It’s possible Season 6 will be shuttered altogether.
In what’s either the best or worst timing possible, Netflix’s House of Cards is about to crumble. The Kevin Spacey-Robin Wright political drama is confirmed to return for a sixth and final season, bringing the Underwoods’ reign to a close.
And lo, it has all come down to this. The absence of Game of Thrones from 2017 eligibility left the field wide open for Outstanding Drama Series, and a new winner has been (figuratively) crowned. The Handmaid’s Tale has taken home the top award at the 2017 Emmys.
It’s a brave new world for the 2017 Emmy awards with Game of Thrones and others sitting this year out. The big announcement is finally here, as presented by Veep star Anna Chlumsky and Criminal Minds veteran Shemar Moore, so let’s find out what we’re all angry about/celebrating this year at the Emmys!