After months of fans being kept in the dark on the release date of the sixth and final season of House of Cards, our prayers have been answered.
Netflix has just announced the farewell of the final debut of their extreme political drama series, which isn’t far away at all.
The season finale will kick off Friday, November 2nd 2018, which is less than three months away.
As we know, this season will see Robin Wright’s character, Claire Underwood take the reins as the new president of the United States. Following the legal discrepancies of the previous lead actor, Kevin Spacey on sexual misconduct allegations.
We can expect eight drama-packed episodes in this final season.
The Netflix promo photo for season six revamps the last scene we saw from season five, showcasing the change in Underwood power, captioned with the hashtag #MyTurn and a stomach-churning drool of blood trickling down the white marble chair Claire is sitting on.
Although the change in the storyline was not planned, the House of Cards team did a superb job of creating a consistent plot continuation into the final season. At the Television Critics Association press tour last week, Netflix's programming chief stated that she believed the sixth season is a "fitting end" to the long-running series.
After the allegations arose around the lead actor, Kevin Spacey, Netflix hinted that they may be developing, three other House of Cards spinoffs, which could potentially maintain aspects of the series after the finale at the end of this year.
The sixth and final season of House of Cards will premiere on Netflix, globally, on November 2nd, 2018.