Spacey responded to the allegations and was quickly criticized on Twitter for coming out as gay in the same statement in which he apologized to Rapp for the for alleged sexual misconduct. "It'll be an eight episode season that'll start production early '18, and it will not involve Kevin Spacey".
Sarandos said that they are "excited to bring closure to fans", as the raft of sexual harassment allegations against the "American Beauty" star had already put the series' future in doubt, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
At this time, scripts are still being produced before the show kicks back into production but the leading theory is that Spacey's character, disgraced president Frank Underwood, will be written off the show with some sort of off screen death.
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As previously reported, the Star Trek: Discovery actor claimed in an interview with BuzzFeed News published on October 29 that the House of Cards star, 58, made unwanted sexual advances toward him at a party in 1986.
First elements of response, with the announcement of a Kevin Spacey totally absent from the season. Sarandos said he was particularly pleased to have reached the deal for the team of 370 people who directly work on the show and for "the 2000 people in Baltimore" who have jobs working on Cards.
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Staff turned off the music. "He's the one who is diagnosed with autism.", Kelley Ogletree said. This is the life that they live every day.
"House of Cards" producer Media Rights Capital also suspended the actor last month.
A source familiar with the decision told CNN Monday that Netflix had chose to restart production without Spacey.
House of Cards was Netflix's first original series order.
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Bloom previously represented Hollywood executive Weinstein, who is accused of sexual misconduct by a number of women. The 88-year-old congressman is facing several sexual harassment allegations from former staff members.