Sarandos later confirmed to Deadline that talks for more seasons were ongoing.
That's a big relief to those completely hooked on the acclaimed series, which follows scheming U.S. congressman Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) as he sets out to amass power for himself while simultaneously crushing those who would stand in his way.
Director David Fincher reunited with Spacey for the project, which was adapted by playwright Beau Willimon from the original
But despite the warm reception, fans got a scare earlier this fall when the show's former co-executive producer, Rick Cleveland, told Gold Derby there would likely be only two seasons. "Kevin Spacey likes to do movies and
Now it appears that talk was just speculation.
The second season is currently in production and is expected to debut on Netflix early next year.