The price of doing business with predators is high. A new Netflix earnings report from the end of 2017 reveals that the streaming giant took a staggering $39 million write-down in disbanding the relationship with Hollywood abuser Kevin Spacey, both in shortening the final House of Cards season and shelving the actor’s Gore Vidal biopic.
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The tumbling House of Cards metaphor is apt, as sexual assault allegations against star Kevin Spacey appear to be picking up speed. The actor has since been dropped by his representation, as new reports of inappropriate behavior surface from the House of Cards crew itself. It’s possible Season 6 will be shuttered altogether.
In what’s either the best or worst timing possible, Netflix’s House of Cards is about to crumble. The Kevin Spacey-Robin Wright political drama is confirmed to return for a sixth and final season, bringing the Underwoods’ reign to a close.
The 2015 Emmy Awards have reached their biggest award of the night, and only one can win the statue. Game of Thrones has officially taken home the statue for Outstanding Drama Series, and very surprisingly so.
Frank Underwood didn’t exactly make it to the White House on honest terms, but ‘House of Cards’ season 3 has some explaining to do of its Netflix arrival. The Kevin Spacey political drama briefly made an appearance on Netflix’s streaming platforms well in advance of its February 27 premiere, so what does Francis have to say for himself?
While talking about the most recent U.S. Secret Service fail this morning, we got on the topic of the Netflix series "House of Cards."
We focused on one scene in particular from the series' second season, where Vice President Francis "Frank" Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey, was throwing a baseball and practicing for his upcoming appearance where he would throw out the first p
Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant stopped by the Ed Sullivan Theater Friday night (2/11) for an appearance on Late Night With David Letterman. Robert joined Dave for a little small talk, then he and his Band of Joy rocked the show with their version of "House of Cards":