House of Cards Season 6 trailer is out and it ends on a chilling note
There may not only be Frank's death this year, but others too, as the trailer is very suggestive of it
The trailer of the final season of 'House Of Cards' has been released and it looks spectacular. The Emmy-winning political drama has seen a journey of five seasons and it will come to an end with this final season. The end of season five featured Claire Underwood becoming the president and proclaiming it was her turn. In the final season trailer, she speaks to the camera in the show's famous style of fourth-wall-breaking narrative device.
Each one of us has to defend our destiny. pic.twitter.com/rNjoIZfZ47— House of Cards (@HouseofCards) October 8, 2018
"The first female president of the United States is not going to keep her mouth shut," Robin Wright's Claire Underwood says, undermining Doug in the trailer of House of Cards season 6. In the trailer, Claire tries to forge her own way and cut ties that were put forth to her by those before her, including her now dead husband Frank Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey.
"I'm not going to be told what to do anymore, Doug. Not be you, or any man, ever again," a powerful Claire is heard saying, to Doug Stamper, played by Michael Kelly. The trailer informs the audience that there is going got be violence and death, and included the tagline, "everything must end." There may not only be Frank's death this year, but others too, as the trailer is very suggestive of it. The question is, who is going to die?
The death of Spacey's character was written following allegations of sexual misconduct. Netflix and MCR, the show's producers cut-off all ties with the actor. The cast of the show's final season includes Diane Lane, Greg Kinnear, Jayne Atkinson, Patricia Clarkson, Constance Zimmer, Derek Cecil, Campbell Scott, and Boris McGiver. Cody Fern from 'American Horror Story: Apocalypse' will also appear in the Netflix series.
The trailer ends with a chilling conversation,
"Who do you fear most?"
The final season premiers on November 2 on Netflix.