'House of Cards' Season 6 Teaser Highlights Claire's 'Difficult' First 100 Days in Office
The Underwood presidency isn't going to be any less dramatic just because there's a new Underwood in the Oval Office.
Netflix released a new "House of Cards" Season 6 teaser, and although the final season is bringing big changes, one thing will remain constant: political chaos. In the teaser, we see Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) delivering a speech about her first 100 days in office, and she describes them as "difficult."
While Claire's voters seem to be excited about her, there are definitely people in the political world who aren't happy. Bill Shepherd (Greg Kinnear), for example, angrily talks to Claire about "promises [that] were made" -- ones she reminds him she's not responsible for. Later, we hear someone say, "Our president scares me," and somebody else say, "We've got to get this woman out of there."
Claire, however, may not be fazed. She announces at one point in the trailer that the "reign of the middle-aged white man is over" and that "it's going to be different for you and me."
Watch the trailer below.
"House of Cards" Season 6 starts streaming on Netflix on Nov. 2.