Robin Wright Opens Up About Kevin Spacey Sexual Harassment Allegations

Robin Wright Opens Up About Kevin Spacey Sexual Harassment Allegations

Claire Underwood - sitting in a chair that resembles that of the Lincoln Memorial - wishes herself a "Happy Independence Day" in the video. Check it out below.

The final season of "House Of Cards" will hit Netflix this fall.

At the end of season five Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood quit the Oval Office, allowing his wife, Claire, played by Wright, to take the presidency.

House of Cards executive producers are Melissa James Gibson, Frank Pugliese, Robin Wright, David Fincher, Joshua Donen, Dana Brunetti, Eric Roth, Michael Dobbs and Andrew Davies.

Spacey will not be returning for the sixth season after allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced in late October. This is a show that really inspired a lot of other edgy, topical dramas, and with so many changes behind the scenes, we feel like this will only inspire the series further to push the envelope.

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"Was there any kind of red flag, or anything that would have made you think this was possible?" the interviewer asked Wright in a preview clip of the interaction, shared on Today's official Twitter account.

Guthrie had the ideal opening to address it after asking how "that real-life drama" involving allegations of sexual assault against Spacey "affected the "House of Cards" team".

In November, Media Rights Capital, the production company that makes "House of Cards", and Netflix said they were going to investigate allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior on the set.

In the final moments of season 5, Claire turned to the camera to break the fourth wall for the first time in the series.

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