‘House of Cards’ Season 6 Trailer: The Reign of Middle-Age White Men is Over

A new one-minute teaser trailer for the sixth and final season of House of Cards featuring Robin Wright in the highest office of the United States declaring “the reign of the middle-aged white man is over.” The official teaser trailer also reminds fans the end is here as viewers will be saying goodbye to the critically acclaimed series with the upcoming new season.

“My first 100 days as president have been difficult,” says Wright as President Claire Underwood. “I lost my husband. We were about to celebrate 30 years together.” She also says, “Here’s the thing: whatever Francis told you the last five years? Don’t believe a word of it.”

Netflix will premiere the sixth season of House of Cards on November 2, 2018. Season six will consist of eight episodes.

Robin Wright is joined in the show’s final season by Diane Lane (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Greg Kinnear (Same Kind of Different as Me), and Cody Fern (The Assassination of Gianni Versace). The cast also includes three-time Emmy Award nominee Michael Kelly as Doug Stamper, Jayne Atkinson (Criminal Minds) as Catherine Durant, Oscar nominee Patricia Clarkson (Pieces of April) as Jane Davis, Emmy Award nominee Constance Zimmer (UnREAL) as Janine Skorsky, Derek Cecil (Banshee) as Seth Grayson, Campbell Scott (Royal Pains) as Mark Usher, and Boris McGiver (Boardwalk Empire) as Tom Hammerschmidt.

The award-winning dramatic series was created by Beau Willimon and is executive produced by Robin Wright, Melissa James Gibson, Frank Pugliese, David Fincher, Joshua Donen, Dana Brunetti, Eric Roth, Michael Dobbs, and Andrew Davies. Melissa James Gibson and Frank Pugliese are the showrunners for season six.

House of Cards has earned 53 Emmy nominations, taking home seven Emmys. In addition, the series picked up six Golden Globe nominations, winning twice. It’s also earned 11 Screen Actors Guild nominations with two wins; an AFI Award; four Writers Guild Award nominations, with one win; two BAFTA nominations; four Producers Guild Award nominations; two Directors Guild Award nominations; and a Peabody Award.