Appearing on CBS' "The Talk", Clarkson said that Wright worked closely with showrunners, Frank Pugliese and Melissa James Gibson, to keep the series afloat after Spacey was fired by the streaming giant.
"Robin led all of this charge so that people would save their livelihoods, because when the show goes away, some people don't get paid," Clarkson said.
"We have beautiful showrunners, Frank and Melissa, and they killed themselves to rethink the whole show. It's only eight episodes... I think it's going to be a stunning, stunning new season and I'm thankful for it," she added.
Last October, actor Anthony Rapp had accused Spacey of sexual assault in an interview with BuzzFeed and alleging that the incident happened at a party in 1986, during which the "American Beauty" star made sexual advances towards his then 14-year-old self.
In response to Rapp's accusations, Spacey issued a statement claiming he did not recall the incident, but apologised for what he said would have been "deeply inappropriate drunken behavior."
Spacey also came out in his apology letter.
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