President Claire Underwood is going to have some new faces in her White House.

On Wednesday, the revamped sixth and final season of Netflix’s House of Cards has cast Oscar-nominated actors Diane Lane (Justice League) and Greg Kinnear (Electric Dreams) as production resumed. Details regarding Lane and Kinnear’s characters are scarce, but the two veteran actors are set to play siblings.

Work on House of Cards halted following sexual assault allegations against star Kevin Spacey, who starred as the vindictive Frank Underwood. After the allegations surfaced in late October 2017, Netflix eventually fired Spacey from the show, forcing production to temporarily halt while writers reworked the scripts to focus on Robin Wright’s character, Claire, who ascended to POTUS in the Season 5 finale.

Netflix confirmed to TVLine and TIME that the decision to end House of Cards came months before the allegations.

Sci-fi and comic book fans may be familiar with both Lane and Kinnear. Besides her role in the 2005 drama Hollywoodland about the suicide of Superman actor George Reeves, Lane played Martha Kent in the DC cinematic universe, including 2013’s Man of Steel, 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and 2017’s Justice League.

Kinnear, whose first film credit is the 1994 superhero comedy Blankman, recently starred in an episode of Amazon’s Philip K. Dick sci-fi anthology Electric Dreams.

Robin Wright's Claire Underwood ended 'House of Cards' Season 5 as president of the United States, replacing her ex-husband.

House of Cards, which loosely adapted a 1990 British thriller of the same name, premiered in 2013 as Netflix’s first major original series. The show originally focused on Frank Underwood, a Democratic congressman from South Carolina characterized by his ruthlessness, sociopathy, and penchant for first-person shooter games. Like the British series, Frank often had sidebars where he spoke directly to the audience, without any other characters noticing (except Claire). In the show’s second season, Frank schemed his way into the Oval Office, but subsequent seasons showed that no job is safe from sharks in the water.

House of Cards Season 6 doesn’t have a premiere date yet.

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Rumor has it Nintendo is teaming up with Square Enix to bring another new character to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster. Leaks have been few and far between (possibly because the Final Fantasy developer is doing its best to keep the secret), but new information may have finally confirmed exactly which new Square Enix character is coming to Smash Bros. Ultimate.

One day, someone is going to write an entire book about everything that went wrong with Netflix and Marvel’s big deal to bring The Defenders to life in a series of live-action streaming shows, but until that happens all we have to go on are short quotes from Netflix earning interviews. On that note, the company’s Q2 earnings report suggests that despite the imminent launch of Disney’s rival streaming service, the Netflix/Marvel universe isn’t going anywhere. Could that mean Punisher Season 2, Luke Cage Season 3 or even Defenders Season 2? Don’t rule it out, for now at least.

In case American Horror Story fans weren’t already excited enough about the Murder House crossover episode of Apocalypse, now they have something else to look forward to. Season 8 Episode 6 of AHS: Apocalypse is already different from the previous episodes of the season in one particularly exciting way.

In “Return to Murder House,” Madison Montgomery — played by Emma Roberts — will be sent back to the haunted house from AHS Season 1 to get intel on Michael Langdon, who was born inside the house, The Hollywood Reporter reports. The warlock Behold (Billy Porter) is going with her, and a promo for the episode makes it seem like they’re going to run into at least one familiar face while they’re there: Jessica Lange’s Constance Langdon.

Mindhunter,the drama series produced by David Fincher and directed by Asif Kapadia (Amy), premiered on Netflix on October 13, 2017 to critical acclaim, and by November, the show had already been renewed for a second season.

Based loosely on the true crime book from Mark Olshaker and John E. Douglas called Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, the series portrays the work and lives of FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), who team up with psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv) to interview convicted serial killers about their motivations, backgrounds, and self-image. They mention a great many serial killers, both active and in prison, but the first season focuses only on a handful of criminals.

In preparation for the release of the most exciting video game of the year, Fallout 76, Bethesda, the game’s developer, flew me, a video producer at Inverse, to West Virginia to hang out and play the game. Upon receiving this news, I immediately peed my pants out of excitement and hopped on a plane.