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‘House of Cards’ to end as Kevin Spacey scandal deepens

By Reuters
31 October 2017   |   9:34 am
Netflix has announced it will soon end its landmark 'House of Cards' series as star Kevin Spacey becomes the latest Hollywood personality embroiled in an alleged sexual misconduct scandal, this time involving a minor.

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