Netflix's (NFLX) - Get Report hit show "House of Cards", starring Kevin Spacey, is coming to an end amid allegations that Spacey made unwanted sexual advances towards "Star Trek Discovery" actor Anthony Rapp in 1986, Deadline Hollywood is reporting.

The show's ending was reportedly in the works since this past summer, but the allegations against Spacey expedited that decision. 

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Last week, Rapp alleged that Spacey drunkenly made sexual advancements towards him at a house party when he was just 14 years old, while Spacey was 26.  

Cast members were made aware of the show's cancellation this morning.

"House of Cards", which will end next year after its sixth season airs on the streaming giant, had won numerous Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy awards. 

Following Rapp's allegations Spacey posted the following message on his Twitter (TWTR) - Get Report account: 

Shares of Netflix were sinking over 1% in afternoon trading on Monday.

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