Netflix suspended production of the sixth season of House of Cards at the end of October after actor Anthony Rapp came forward to accuse Spacey of making unwanted sexual advances toward him more than three decades ago when Rapp was underage.
NETFLIX will produce the final season of hit show House of Cards in 2018 without disgraced actor Kevin Spacey.
Now "House of Cards" will move ahead for the final season but there could still be more as a couple of spinoffs are currently in the works that may eventually get picked up at Netflix in the future.
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It is not known when the eight-episode series will air.
The future of the hit TV show had been left uncertain, after Kevin Spacey was sacked following allegations of sexual misconduct.
The fate of the show had been in question after Netflix cut ties with Spacey in November, stating: "Netflix will not be involved with any further production of House of Cards that includes Kevin Spacey".
But writing Spacey out of House of Cards shouldn't be hard as in the books by Michael Dobbs - which inspired the series - Frank dies. They added that Spacey was "not working on set at this time".
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Spacey had been 26, and Rapp 14, when the harassment took place.
Additionally, director Ridley Scott also removed the actor from his upcoming film "All the Money in the World", with Christopher Plummer.
It's not clear how Spacey's Frank Underwood will be written out, but all signs point to the character suffering an off screen death.
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