The sixth and final season of the Netflix original series House of Cards drops next month, with star Robin Wright set to lead the sendoff in the wake of Kevin Spacey's firing. Monday, Netflix dropped a new two-minute trailer showing Wright's Claire Underwood laying out the terms of her Oval Office battle with "the American oligarchs" found at every turn in D.C.

"Each one of us has to defend our destiny," Wright's Underwood says in the new trailer. "The first female President of the United States is not going to keep her mouth shut." Catch the trailer up top.

 

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In an interview with Net-a-Porter in August, Wright—who's also an executive producer on the Emmy-winning series—said she was "proud" of what she and the team pulled off in the final episodes under great stress. "It’s pretty wild," she said. "I mean, we're doing an opera. And we went operatic! I don't know how much more we could have topped ourselves. You'll be surprised."

House of Cards' sixth and final batch of episodes drops in full Nov. 2 via Netflix. Greg Kinnear, Diane Lane, Patricia Clarkson, Michael Kelly, Constance Zimmer, and Boris McGiver also star. The Frank Underwood character, following multiple reports of alleged sexual assault and harassment by Spacey, was revealed as being totally dead in a previous teaser for season six:

 

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