With Frank (Kevin Spacey) out of the picture, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) steps fully into her own as the first female president, but faces formidable threats to her legacy. The final season of the Emmy Award-winning drama builds to a tense and unforgettable climax.
Boring, worthy #metoo-posing final series with NO KEVIN SPACEY - like Dallas at The Whitehouse.
- House of Cards: Series 6 review by PV
This series has a massive black hole at its centre - a Kevin-Spacey-shaped hole. There is no getting away from the fact that his presence is what really made the US version of House of Cards a great and, indeed, classic TV drama. Without him, it's like Dallas or Dynasty at The Whitehouse with increasingly preposterous plots and #metoo femi-posing (and personally I do not agree that any man accused by possible compo and attention-seekers should even be named, let alone fired from ANY job - Spacey has not been charged and has had not trial for the allegations by adult males). I did not even watch the last DVD - I was so sick and tired of it all by then.
TOO many women characters - who all merge into one in the end. This drama is so busy meeting its diversity targets it forgot it exists to entertain! That's where drama by committee gets you - boring worthy po-faced drama. With lots of women and black people.
Forget this series; watch and enjoy the towering performance by Kevin Spacey in the first few series - and I sincerely hope Mr Spacey is back on our screens soon too.