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House of Cards Season 5: Kevin Spacey return in doubt? Robin Wright threatened producers to go public

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House of Cards Season 5 could see Kevin Spacey’s iconic character Frank Underwood not make a return. Rumors and speculations are suggesting that the reigning most powerful man of the United States of America (USA) may finally meet his demise

With all the fans of the popular Netflix series awaiting the release of its fifth installment, there could be a huge surprise waiting for them. Frank Underwood could meet his death and that could be at the hands of his wife, Claire Underwood, according to Yibada.

If the rumors are to be believed then House of Cards Season 5 may start with the death of President Underwood. The rest of the season may follow the story afterwards revealing instances of how Kevin Spacey’s character got killed. This could be the possible reason for Spacey not returning in Season 5 and the storyline of the series will instead focus on Robin Wright, playing the character of the president’s wife Claire Underwood.

It is also being suggested that the fifth season of the famous Netflix series will see the tension between Frank and Claire growing. Frank would want to eliminate Yates (Paul Sparks) despite giving the approval of his wife having a relationship with him. Claire, on the other hand would want to become the next President of the United States and this would lead her to form a rivalry with Frank, going on to eliminate him in the process.

House of Cards Season 5 will see showrunner of the previous four seasons Beau Willimon depart. Frank Pugliese and Melissa James Gibson will be the new showrunners of the famous series and will share the duties, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Robin Wright had to fight with the producers regarding equal pay as Kevin Spacey before the start of Season 4. She threatened the studio bosses that she will go public if her demands were not met, as reported by Harpers Bazaar.

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