He also acknowledged that the 2000 members of production crew whose job have been up in the air after multiple people accused Spacey, who plays Frank Underwood in the series, of sexual assault, can return to work.
Considered one of the most gifted actors of his generation, the career of the 58-year-old Spacey - whose collaboration with Netflix put the streaming giant on the map - was sent into freefall by the sex allegations that emerged at the end of October.
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The "House of Cards" final season will run for eight episodes on Netflix.
But they have now confirmed that eight episodes will be filmed for season six.
"We are excited to bring closure to fans", Sarandos said. Rapp said recently that he's experienced some backlash for going public with his accusations against Spacey, including from some House of Cards fans who had criticized Rapp for putting House of Cards' employees out of work indefinitely.
According to reports, the series will now be centered on Robin Wright's Claire Underwood, the wife of Spacey's character.
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The first allegation came from Anthony Rapp, a veteran broadway actor who accused Spacey of attempting to rape him in a hotel room when he was just 14 years old.
The award-winning production was the very first Netflix original series, launching on the service in 2014.
Spacey, meanwhile, "is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment" his rep said last month.
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