Whether pursuing other projects or behind the scenes drama, some TV exits can be more dramatic than others.
Newly Independent Michigan congressman Justin Amash said partisan dysfunction and corruption is "much worse" than Netflix's "House of Cards."
"We never socialized outside of work."
But she's excited about Robin Wright's takeover.
The Academy Award nominees will play brother and sister.
Netflix and Media Rights Capital extended the show's hiatus, leaving staffers unsure of what the future holds.
"I was a Kevin Spacey fan until he assaulted a loved one," she tweeted on October 13.
Because do we really need Paul Blart: Streaming President?
The University of Missouri said the reference was "in poor taste."
The series should be allowed to produce its final season and maintain a legacy apart from Kevin Spacey.
Dump the (alleged) sexual predator. Robin Wright can steer this ship on her own.
A decision to end the show was reportedly made months before Anthony Rapp's allegations against the Oscar-winning actor.
A self-identified troll says the U.S. struggles with "tax problems, the problem of gays, sexual minorities, weapons" after watching the Netflix soap.
Many have questioned how the series, which hasn't aired a new episode since Donald Trump won the Republican nomination, could possibly match the lunacy of America in 2017.
From The Magic School Bus to Dear White People to Bill Nye, the streaming platform is going all out in 2017.
You can see President Josiah Bartlet's inauguration on "The West Wing," or Frank Underwood sliming his way into the presidency on "House of Cards."
The actors will join Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling in the sequel directed by Denis Villeneuve.
Spacey's evil fictional U.S. president thinks the U.K. should part ways with the EU.