‘House Of Cards’ Eyes Fall Premiere; Netflix’s Cindy Holland On Final Season,
“Emotional” End & Frank Reference – TCA
UPDATED: In her first TCA executive session today, Netflix’s VP original programming Cindy Holland was not ready to announce a premiere date for the sixth and final season of its first homegrown original scripted series, House Of Cards. But, because of the timing of the Washington D.C,-set drama, speculation is mounting that it would bow out around the November election.
Holland did address the show’s swan song with Robin Wright as the sole lead. “We’re really proud of the show, and it’s a fitting end,” he said. “We always planned for Season 6 to be the final season, and we are proud of the work Robin, the cast and crew have done.”
House Of Cards was embroiled in controversy last fall when original star Kevin Spacey faced a slew of sexual misconduct allegations, which led to his dismissal and the show taking a lengthy hiatus to reconfigure a sixth season without him.