For the second time this month, the ax has fallen on one of Marvel’s Netflix series. Luke Cage has been canceled, one week after Iron Fist was also shown the door at Netflix.
Deadline broke the story about Luke Cage‘s demise, and added several additional details about how the end came about. As recently as last week, a third season order for Luke Cage was seen as a sure thing. The report indicates that the two sides grew far apart over the past 48 hours due to “creative differences” and “rising tensions” over the direction of the show. Neither Marvel nor Netflix were willing to bend, and it ultimately led to the show’s premature cancellation.
Luke Cage showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker shared his response to the cancellation on his twitter account.
A lot memories. A lot of individual thank you calls to make. Just want to say thank you to Marvel, Netflix, the best Writer’s room, cast, crew, the Midnight Hour, all those who graced the stage at Harlem’s Paradise and the most incredible fan base in the world. Forward always…
— Cheo Hodari Coker (@cheo_coker) October 20, 2018
As per Deadline, there aren’t as of now any plans for Disney’s up and coming spilling administration to give Luke Cage a third season. Notwithstanding, the basic and fan following for Luke Cage may enable the show to live on in some shape. There is additionally a rising estimation among fans that Luke Cage and Iron Fist ought to be combined as a Heroes For Hire arrangement. The two characters have co-featured their own comic books, and a changeless gathering bodes well.
The planning of this abrogation declaration is interested, since the news will occupy from Daredevil’s third season. On the off chance that Netflix pivots and drops Daredevil also, at that point the third period of Jessica Jones and the second period of The Punisher could be the last Marvel appears on the streaming administration.