Robin Wright appears as president in House Of Cards season six teaser

Brenda Watkins
July 9, 2018

"Happy Independence Day... to me!" she says in the video, released on July 4.

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.

The truth behind this statement resonates with the story for the upcoming, final season as well as the series of events that took place after sexual allegations against Kevin Spacey surfaced back in October of past year.

House of Cards is expected to return with an eight episode season this fall on Netflix. The online streaming service cut ties with Spacey in November after allegations were made against the 58-year-old actor and filming was briefly suspended. "We were coworkers, really". "I haven't heard from him and I don't even know how to reach him", she said.

The official "House of Cards" Twitter account shared a video with Wright as Underwood.

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Days after the initial accusation by Rapp, CNN published an investigation in which "House of Cards" production staff accused Spacey of sexual harassment and one incident of sexual assault.

Wright was a director, executive producer and co-star.

"One former employee told CNN that Spacey sexually assaulted him", the November 2 report at said.

There's a new president in town and she's declared her independence.

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.

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