House of Cards : Robin Wright takes command of the season 6 and reveals the release date on Netflix
House of Cards is coming to an end with a final season planned for November 2, 2018 on Netflix.
In may 2017, House of Cards décevait greatly with its fifth season too little controlled and in the loss rate constant, up to his final episode, which opened up prospects well enticing. With the case of Kevin Spacey and the return in full of the actor in November 2017, it was thought the series dead permanently when season 6 was announced as the last season.
But finally, thanks to the efforts of Robin Wright and a few changes to the scenario, which seem anything but illogical given the conclusion of season 5, the series, Netflix has picked up again. Result, the sixth season’s final will actually take place. We had been waiting for a release date for the farewell of House of Cards on the platform.
On Tuesday, Netflix has finally given you any news of the show by announcing that the season 6 of House of Cards débarquerait on the streaming platform on November 2, 2018. As stated in the tweet, this is the time of “out of the shadows” for Claire Underwood. The wife of Frank Underwood took control at the end of season 5 and will therefore retain the reins here, at the expense of her husband (whose fate seems to be sealed on the side of the prison).
The time for the series to come out of the shadow just of all the cases which have tormented these last few months because of its main actor. The time for the series to finish in the spotlight, and we hope for it, in the light than in the dark.
The Verdict on 2 November with Robin Wright, Neve Campbell, Patricia Clarkson, Michael Kelly, Greg Kinnear, Diane Lane, Derek Cecil, or even Jayne Atkinson.