With production resuming on Wednesday, there were also a couple of new faces on the set.
Shortly after production was put on hold over the allegations against Spacey, Netflix and Media Rights Capital (MRC) announced that he had been fired from the show. She will be at the center of the season.
The Emmy-winning House of Cards once held a privileged place within the Netflix universe as the streaming service's first original series. Spacey and Wright were two of the driving forces behind the show's success, playing a ruthless political couple that coldly ruled D.C. social circles. However, Variety reports that the actors will play siblings on the show. Her honors hold Unfaithful, Under the Tuscan Sun, Hollywoodland, Trumbo and A Walk on the Moon. The axing of that project as well as the cost of fixing the final episodes of House of Cards cost Netflixa total of $39 million.
Here's a potential plot line, House of Cards writers: Claire Underwood takes a much-needed vacation to Italy with whoever Diane Lane will play next season.
Kenya names opposition movement a criminal group
The results of the presidential elections of Kenya were nullified by the supreme court , even after Uhuru Kenyatta had a 98% win. Odinga said he felt vulnerable attending the "swearing-in" after his security was withdrawn.
Saudi prince suspected of corruption released
With a net worth of $17bn, he had also invested in top hotels including the George V (Paris) and the Plaza (New York). He also said he had been well treated in detention, describing rumours of mistreatment as completely false.
Supreme Court Stays Execution For Cop-Killer
According to the Supreme Court order, the stay was granted "pending the disposition of the petition for a writ of certiorari". Alabama lawmakers past year abolished the practice of allowing judges to override a jury's recommendation in capital cases.
Iraq Sentences German Woman To Death For Joining IS
The same month, a German teenage girl suspected of joining IS was arrested in Mosul, according to Germany's justice department. In the province surrounding Mosul alone, more than 4,000 militants were arrested, police chief General Wathiq al-Hamdani said.