With the upcoming release date of "House of Cards" Season 5, speculations have surfaced suggesting that Michael Kelly's Doug Stamper will witness a lot of deaths. Yes, bodies might pile up as Frank Underwood will maximize his power and capabilities just to avoid the chances of impeachment.
Recent spoilers for "House of Cards" Season 5 forecast that Frank Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey, will again require the service of his loyalist, Doug Stamper. Stamper will be tasked to eliminate Frank's adversaries and possible future opponents to secure his position. It is no surprise that Frank Underwood is capable of murder for political gains and his coveted position at the White House.
"House of Cards" Season 5 actor Michael Kelly, who plays the role of Doug Stamper, previously confirmed that a beloved character will exit in the upcoming season, as reported by Deadline. This information led to speculations that he is referring to Frank Underwood. There is a great possibility that Frank might die as he gains a new set of enemies in securing his presidency.
"House of Cards" Season 5 will also expect new cast additions, Patricia Clarkson, and Campbell Scott who are rumored to make President Frank Underwood suffer according to Den of Geek. Frank will face a lot of challenges especially if his own wife, Claire, will betray him.
However, many still believe that Frank remain victorious and unexposed in "House of Cards" Season 5. If that is the case, then his opponent Will Conway will be the one saying goodbye in the upcoming season.
As recapped in "House of Cards" Season 4 final episodes, President Frank Underwood was almost exposed of his crimes and skeletons as his enemies try to dig his dirty secrets. In the battle of political power, the opposing group places Will Conway for the presidential seat against Frank. But as how brilliant Frank and Claire is, the couple structured a conspiracy plan that led them to emerge as winners in the end.
As the Underwood couple continue to team up in "House of Cards" Season 5, they will remain unbeatable. However, if Claire will indeed betray his husband, then a possibility of Frank collapsing from his reign will be in place. "House of Cards" season 5 will air on May 30 on Netflix.