Image Credit: Disney
Forgot password
Enter the email address you used when you joined and we'll send you instructions to reset your password.
If you used Apple or Google to create your account, this process will create a password for your existing account.
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
Reset password instructions sent. If you have an account with us, you will receive an email within a few minutes.
Something went wrong. Try again or contact support if the problem persists.
house of cards season 6

House Of Cards Season 6 Premiere Date And First Poster Revealed

The sixth and final season of Netflix's House of Cards will hit the online streaming service on November 2nd, when Claire Underwood is expected to rule over Washington D.C. as Commander-in-Chief.
This article is over 5 years old and may contain outdated information

For House of Cards, this is it – the beginning of the end.

Recommended Videos

Alongside Orange is the New Black, Netflix’s engrossing political drama fast became one of the company’s true powerhouses. However, after five seasons and the subsequent firing of Kevin Spacey, House of Cards is ready to fold. But not before Claire Underwood has a crack at the White House.

She’ll do so on November 2nd, when Netflix plans to drop the sixth and final season of its OG political thriller. Most, if not all of the core cast will be returning to bear witness to the show’s last hurrah, (save for Spacey, of course, whose name is still in the gutter following a series of troubling sexual assault allegations) including Michael Kelly, Jayne Atkinson, Patricia Clarkson and Constance Zimmer.

This announcement arrives hand-in-hand with the official (and somewhat ominous) key art for House of Cards season 6, which finds the newfound Commander-in-Chief perched on the throne.

Exactly how House of Cards‘ writing team have handled the high-profile firing of Kevin Spacey is still up for debate, but chances are he’s been written out of the series entirely, thereby allowing Robin Wright to assume center stage as the show’s lead.

One thing’s for sure: November’s installment will consist of just six episodes (down from the usual lot of 13), as Netflix prepares to bid adieu to one of its original flagships. Also on board for this one are Academy Award nominees Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear, who will be teaming up with that aforementioned ensemble when House of Cards returns for the final time on November 2nd.


We Got This Covered is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more about our Affiliate Policy
related content
Related Content