'House of Cards' trailer introduces powerful President Underwood

'House of Cards' trailer introduces powerful President Underwood

'House of Cards' trailer introduces powerful President Underwood

"It's going to be different for you and me", Claire says in the conclusion of the teaser, as a shot of her standing behind the lectern giving her speech pops up on the screen again.

When "House of Cards" returns for its final season November 2 on Netflix, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) will be the most powerful woman in the world.

"My first 100 days as president have been hard", she says. "I lost my husband".

Fans of the Netflix show know that Spacey was sacked from the show after multiple sexual misconduct allegations. He has since checked into rehab.

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At that point, she said she ran out of the house and went home, but still does not remember how she got back from the party. Graham ended his fiery remarks by calling on his fellow Republicans not to vote against Kavanaugh over the allegations.

House of Cards isn't shedding any tears over the loss of star Kevin Spacey.

Newsweek revealed that his ouster from the network was a costly one - costing about $39 million in the form of abandoned projects, including the Gore Vidal biopic he starred in. "Whatever Frances told you the last five years?" We also know that, in true House of Cards fashion, the showrunners have made a decision to kill Frank off and put Robin Wright's Claire Underwood, his widow, in the White House.

Wright will be joined by Academy Award nominees Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear as well as Cody Fern this season alongside Emmy Award nominee Michael Kelly, Jayne Atkinson, Academy Award nominee Patricia Clarkson (who can now be seen in 'Sharp Objects') and Emmy Award Nominee Constance Zimmer.

Actors Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear join the cast this year as siblings Annette and Bill Shepherd, and they run an industrial conglomerate that has a strong influence in the political realm.

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