House Of Cards will probably return on Netflix with a thrilling storyline for Frank Underwood and his wife Claire Underwood in season 6. The chapter is likely to premiere by the end of May or the beginning of July 2018.
Although Netflix is yet to make an official announcement regarding the renewal of its popular political drama series, the cast members and showrunners are very optimistic about the next instalment. They have already started discussing the plot and the fate of many characters, including LeAnn Harvey and Kathy Durant.
"All I can tell you is after season five things are complicated and interesting for Frank. And things are going to become very interesting for Claire," actress and director Robin Wright said.
The cast member also teased about her character's presidency in the upcoming season. "I would personally like it to be the greatest president we've ever had. How she gets there and achieves that is a whole other thing regarding the opera of the show," the 51-year-old said.
Meanwhile, Michael Kelly revealed he would love to portray Doug Stamper again on screens in House Of Cards season 6.
"We don't even know if we're coming back, to be honest. Nobody has a deal. They technically don't have to tell us yet. Now that we're coming up on the end of contracts, who knows? I hope. I love this job so much. But we know nothing about what could or could not happen," the 49-year-old actor said.
Showrunners Frank Pugliese and Melissa James Gibson said they are looking forward to the next instalment of the show. According to them, they are really satisfied with the finale of season 5.
While Pugliese said, "Working on television, you have a sense that if it had to end there's a way to end it, but there is almost always a plan for what it would mean to keep going forward." Gibson added, "That's the trick. It has to feel like an organic ending and an organic payoff to the arc of the season and in this case, I think you could argue that it really could go either way. We were happy to hopefully leave the viewers wanting more."