When is House of Cards season six out on Netflix, who's in the cast with Robin Wright and who's replaced Kevin Spacey?

So when does it return? And what will happen to Kevin Spacey's character Frank Underwood? Here's what you need to know…

When is House of Cards season six available on Netflix?

The show will return on Friday, November 2, 2018.

Its final series is set to be the shortest in Netflix history as only eight episodes are scheduled to debut.

It is not known if the series will be available to watch all at once, or a new episode will be released each week.

Anyone wishing to catch up can binge the entire series of House of Cards on Netflix now.

What will happen to Kevin Spacey character Frank Underwood?

Kevin Spacey will NOT be returning for the final season as Frank Underwood after the double-Oscar winner was hit with a series of sexual harassment allegations.

Netflix announced it was severing ties with the star at the time the final series was almost completed.

The show was forced into a three-month hiatus as show bosses scrambled to rewrite the character out of the final episodes.

In the first trailer released in September 2018 it is revealed Frank is dead as Robin Wright's character Claire Underwood is seen visiting his grave.

A second trailer was released showing Claire in power – and not everyone is happy.

It is not yet known how Frank dies.

What will happen in House of Cards season six?

Apart from Frank's death, not much is known yet what will happen in the revamped final season of the long-running drama.

We do know that the series will follow the new 47th President of the United States Claire Underwood after she inherited the Oval Office from her husband Frank.

In a clip released in March, the former First Lady and VP announced directly to the camera in a similar fashion to her husband in prior seasons: "We're just getting started."

Who's in the cast for season six of House of Cards?

Netflix has announced Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear are joining the show to replace Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood and will join Robin Wright in the cast.

Michael Kelly is back to play Doug Stamper and relative newcomers Neve Campbell and Joel Kinnaman are back as LeAnn Harvey and Will Conway.

Derek Cecil is also returning as Seth Grayson with Jayne Atkinson as Catherine Durant.

Patricia Clarkson and Campbell Scott are playing Jane Davis and Mark Usher respectively.

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