'House Of Cards' Season 5 News & Update: Showrunner Beau Willimon Gets Sacked; Kevin Spacey Blamed; Frank Underwood Will Declares Martial Law?
Recent news and updates for the "House of Cards" Season 5 centers on how showrunner Beau Willimon leaving the series. Claims have also surfaced that Beau was sacked and Kevin Spacey gets the blame. Moreover, as for the storyline, Frank Underwood is presumed to declare "martial law."
Despite the rising tensions regarding the upcoming return of the "House of Cards" Season 5, there are no confirmations that Beau Willimon was fired out. Also, rumors of Kevin Spacey's entanglement was also debunked. Even the rumors of Frank Underwood declaring "martial law" should be taken with grain of salt in mind.
For one, the "House of Cards" Season 5 will return on the small screen and this time around the showrunner Beau Willimon will no longer run the show. According to Eonline. "House of Cards" Season 5 will come back on the small screen much earlier than predicted in March 2017. Although this is still months away, Netflix is so excited of the political thriller's success that it is organizing for the big premiere.
In the absence of Willimon, "House of Cards" Season 5 will have two veteran writers taking the reins as showrunners as reported by EnStars. The show's executive producer and lead actor Kevin Spacey himself choose Melissa James Gibson and Frank Pugliese to replace Willimon.
— House of Cards (@HouseofCards) July 4, 2016
Wrapping off from Season 4, "House of Cards" Season 5 will continue to reveal the mind-boggling adventures of the Underwoods. Kevin Spacey, playing the US President who has to face countless challenges, at the Whitehouse and at home. The two will be in the middle of a marriage quagmire that might ruin Frank Underwood's re-election campaign.
The First Lady of the United States, Claire Hale Underwood. pic.twitter.com/o863q3UUeO — House of Cards (@HouseofCards) June 10, 2016
With the forthcoming US elections in the background, "House of Cards" Season 5 will unravel the power struggle between the top man and the first lady of the land. Robin Wright playing Claire Underwood's hunger for power is a pain confronting the strong-willed President.
"House of Cards' Season 5, will continue to star Michael Kelly and Neve Campbell who join the casts in the last season. The viewers will have the greatest expectation as season 5 unfolds in 2017.
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