“House of Cards,” the American political drama adapted from Michael Dobbs‘ 1989 novel, garnered global attention and was predominantly praised rather than criticized. With six seasons already released, discussions about a seventh season have surfaced, but unfortunately, the news surrounding it is negative. To get up to speed on the show, here are the essential details.
House of Cards Season 7 Release Date
Regrettably, the creators have officially confirmed that “House of Cards” will not be returning for a seventh season. This news comes as a disappointment to dedicated fans who were hoping for positive updates during the global pandemic. The evident reason behind the show’s lack of renewal stems from the well-known allegations against lead actor Kevin Spacey by Anthony Rapp. These allegations, especially disturbing since Rapp was 14 years old when assaulted, have long been in circulation. As a consequence of these accusations, the show’s lead, Kevin Spacey, had to exit the series. Consequently, the likelihood of the show being renewed is slim, given that Kevin Spacey is no longer part of the cast.
House of Cards Season 7 Plot
“House of Cards” Season 6 premiered in October 2018. Excitingly, it has been revealed that Season 7 of “House of Cards” is scheduled to air in late October 2023. This news is definitely cause for celebration. Additionally, the return of the show’s central character, Claire Underwood, is eagerly anticipated, complete with her distinctive traits. The anticipation grows as fans eagerly await to witness how she navigates the challenges that Season 7 will bring her way.
House of Cards Season 7 Cast
- Robin Wright plays Claire Underwood
- Constance Zimmer plays of Janine Skorsky
- Sebastian Arcelus plays of Lucas Goodwin
- Michael Kelly plays the Douglas “Doug” Stamper
- Kate Mara (A Teacher) plays the Zoe Barnes
- Michel Gill plays the Garrett Walker
- Kristen Connolly (Deep Water) plays the Christina Gallagher
- Boris McGiver plays the Tom Hammerschmidt