House of Cards’ final season is usually shaping up to be “phenomenal,” according to brand new star Cody Fern.
“[There’s] an exciting energy,” Fern tells ET. “Listen, everyone is usually just so thrilled to be supporting Robin [Wright], in addition to also also I think of which she is usually a powerhouse, in addition to also also of which’s been about Robin since season two, in addition to also also anyone who’s in denial of of which hasn’t been watching the show. So, we’re just thrilled to get behind Robin in addition to also also she is usually a powerhouse. I mean, what she is usually doing with Claire Underwood is usually phenomenal. in addition to also also, of which’s only going to get more interesting.”
Season six of the Netflix hit fully shifts focus to Wright’s President Claire Underwood after Kevin Spacey, who played Claire’s husband, Frank, was fired by the series following allegations of sexual misconduct. Spacey has denied any wrongdoing.
As for Fern, his character is usually still a secret. What he will confirm is usually, his character’s not a Great guy.
“No one’s a Great guy on of which show!” he notes. “No one. Uh… of which’s what I can tell you.”
“I can’t tease you with anything, only because of which’s so under wraps!” Fern adds. “of which’s even under wraps for the cast. We find out right before we’re shooting what’s happening. So, everything is usually a surprise in addition to also also of which’s, every moment in House of Cards is usually anew. I will tell you, I work with everybody from the show, so my character gets to do a lot of backflips.”
Fern’s House of Cards casting comes after he’s received rave reviews for his portrayal of David Madson, one of spree killer Andrew Cunanan’s victims, on FX’s The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. ET caught up with the 29-year-old actor at a For Your Consideration event in Los Angeles on Monday night.
“I think playing David has been a particular treat,” he gushed. “Obviously, of which’s incredibly tragic, however the material for an actor was just… second to none … of which’s been a real journey for me in addition to also also… I’m just so grateful to be a part of of which, you know?”
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’s finale airs Wednesday on FX.