We are still a few months away before the Netflix drama "House of Cards" is aired again. Season 5 is set to be released on May 30, and here is what we know so far about what's going to happen in the upcoming season.

The series made headlines when they dropped their new trailer during the Inauguration day of President Trump. "House of Cards" - which was initially expected to be released in February, but has been postponed - has a teaser which was just released, and it has this simple line: "Sometimes I think the presidency is the illusion of choice," 98FM said.

The reason why there was a delay is because there are new showrunners, Frank Pugliese and Melissa James Gibson. They first joined the series as senior writers in Season 3. Creator Beau Willimon exited from showrunning duties when "House of Cards" was renewed for Season 5, The Hollywood Reporter said.

There have been some rumors about how the upcoming season will be. Michael Kelly (Doug Stamper) said in a previous report: "You lose characters that you love. We almost lost Frank, and I always have faith in the writers that no matter what road we go down, we're going to come back to what the show is."

Meanwhile, additional casts have also been announced. Patricia Clarkson and Campbell Scott will join the show, but details of their characters have been kept under wraps. Some fans said, though, that Clarkson could be Underwood's adversary because she certainly looks the part.

On the other hand, Scott will make his TV return after appearing in "Royal Pains." He was also a guest arc on "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll". Clarkson and Scott are the first additions for the new showrunners. The new cast is expected to stir controversy and intrigue in "House of Cards" Season 5.