The Netflix/Marvel collaboration and original series “Luke Cage” (sometimes listed as “Marvel’s Luke Cage”) has been cancelled by the streaming service about four months after becoming available for streaming AND just a week after the news about the cancellation of “Marvel’s Iron Fist” (discussed HERE) came to light. Read more down below.
The joint statement was snagged from Deadline who first reported this yesterday and while I couldn’t locate a full-on press released figure that they are a really reliable source for this kind of thing AND they had the “Iron Fist” news so here we go: “Unfortunately, Marvel’s Luke Cage will not return for a third season,” “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series.”
PiercingMetal Thoughts: As you can see there wasn’t a whole lot of different phrasing in this statement from the one they made about “Iron Fist” but now with “Luke Cage” done and over, perhaps they are going to lay down the justice under the banner of “Heroes For Hire” because that stuff was hinted at in Cage’s second season. Being honest, I think that I would enjoy that more since we get Fist, Cage, Misty Knight and Colleen Wing and perhaps open the door for an appearance of White Tiger or the Sons Of The Tiger (okay I remember that these two were sort of connected but I am not up on all of my comics history at this time). Though I watched both seasons of the show I didn’t always love what “Luke Cage” was all about and I think it was mainly based on the villains he had. I know they are doing different takes on them all but I am fairly certain that Luke Cage had some solid big bads to contend with. I also would have liked to hear him called “Power Man” a few times as opposed to it being a tease but that’s that, the series is done and who knows what is coming up in its place. At least we still have “Daredevil”, “Jessica Jones” and “The Punisher” to enjoy. I do find it odd that the series is being cancelled the day before the third season premiere of “Daredevil” but I won’t add much more than that. What do you readers think about this cancellation news ? Do you also think that “Heroes For Hire” is coming? Perhaps since we aren’t getting a second “Defenders” series it is. Chime in down below of course.
The Netflix/Marvel collaboration and original series “Iron Fist” (sometimes listed as “Marvel’s Iron Fist”) has been cancelled by the streaming service a little over a month after the second season became available for streaming. Read more down below.
The joint statement was snagged from Deadline who first reported this yesterday and while I couldn’t locate a full on press released figure that they are a really reliable source for this kind of thing. “Marvel’s Iron Fist will not return for a third season on Netflix, Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is proud of the series and grateful for all of the hard work from our incredible cast, crew and showrunners,”. “We’re thankful to the fans who have watched these two seasons, and for the partnership we’ve shared on this series. While the series on Netflix has ended, the immortal Iron Fist will live on.”
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Now I remember a lot of my friends saying how much they hated “Iron Fist” out of the rest of the Netflix shows and while I wasn’t on the same page as them since I enjoy the character, can see why some of their issues were louder than the rest. For me the main one was that he never wore a costume of any kind and what I want in all of these series and movies are costumed heroes. Like in their comic books. I didn’t hate Finn Jones and I loved Jessica Henwick and Simone Missick who while never called the title, were an excellent “Daughters Of The Dragon”. The second season was much better than the first but I guess it wasn’t enough. Back to the comic books with you Iron Fist, unless they are making this move to offer up a larger angle like they did with “Defenders”. What do you readers think about this? Were you as shocked as I was about it or are you happy to see it go and think that something much better is going to replace it? Chime in down below.
The Marvel Television shows seem unstoppable when it comes to the Netflix offerings and as of just a short time ago, the second season of Marvel’s “Luke Cage” became available for streaming. Let’s take a look at the awesome poster along with some reminder premise and casting. If you somehow missed the season trailer just click HERE to correct that oversight.
Premise: When a sabotaged experiment gives him super strength and unbreakable skin, Luke Cage becomes a fugitive attempting to rebuild his life in Harlem and must soon confront his past and fight a battle for the heart of his city. After clearing his name, Cage becomes a hero and celebrity in Harlem, only to encounter a new threat that makes him confront the line between hero and villain. Continue reading Now Streaming: “Luke Cake” Season 2 on Netflix (6/22/2018)→
The end of the hectic Monday is here my friends and by now I hope you are sitting down and relaxing to some programs you enjoy or tooling around on the web to see what is brewing. I’m going to interrupt the solace just a tad bit to let you know that the official trailer for the next Netflix Marvel Television series is here – Presenting “Luke Cage” Season 2. Dig it.
Premise: When a sabotaged experiment gives him super strength and unbreakable skin, Luke Cage becomes a fugitive attempting to rebuild his life in Harlem and must soon confront his past and fight a battle for the heart of his city. After clearing his name, Cage becomes a hero and celebrity in Harlem, only to encounter a new threat that makes him confront the line between hero and villain.
By now I am hoping that you have watched the first two seasons of “Daredevil” along with the first seasons of “Jessica Jones”, “Luke Cage” and “Iron Fist” as a subscriber to Netflix because its all been leading up to this mini-series “The Defenders” where ALL of these mighty heroes and numerous players from across their respective shows will appear and unite against a common foe. If you have only recently subscribed to Netflix, then you have some serious binge watching to do and I recommend you keep these shows in order since much like the big screen hero counterparts, this does take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and there is referencing throughout the shows. Take a look at the official poster and the premise and casting below.