Season 5 of Netflix’s political drama, House Of Cards, saw Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) assume the power of the President of the United States when Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) was forced to step down due to a political scandal.
Now it seems like the fantasy is becoming reality. In light of the sexual assault allegations against Spacey, House of Cards will come tumbling down after its sixth season.
House of Cards Season 5 Episode 1: “Chapter 53
Directed by Daniel Minahan
Written by Frank Pugliese
Created by Beau Willimon
Starring Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright, Michael Kelly, Paul Sparks, Joel Kinnaman, Neve Campbell, Boris McGiver, Jayne Atkinson, Damian Young Netflix
Air Date: Tuesday, May 30th, 2017
Somewhere over the past year the line between television drama and reality blurred. There is a President who talks down to people, commit heinous acts of violence and depravity, we have issues with the Russians, and we live in a perpetual state of fear from terrorist cells worldwide… quick, am I talking about America 2017 or Season 4 of House of Cards? A show that cuts this close to reality is not going to be shy with the current scope of American politics, and I expect this will be a unique and interesting season for Netflix’s award winning political thriller. I wait with baited breath to see how far the writers will push the boundaries.