Netflix's Luke Cage Series Cancelled For Lamest Reason

Tabitha Dunn
October 22, 2018

Netflix and Marvel TV recently announced they canceled Luke Cage just a week after the streaming service put the kibosh on Iron Fist. 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. The streamer is still now home to Marvel's Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and The Punisher. Antonique Smith, who starred as Detective Nandi Tyler in Luke Cage, added, "She's lovely!"

Additionally, lead actor Mike Colter, who plays Harlem's hero Luke Cage, was reportedly still under a contract with the superhero series and was expected to reprise his role in season 3 at the time of the show's cancellation. Of all content on Netflix they cut Luke Cage in its prime. Marvel and Netflix confirmed to Deadline on Friday that the show "will not return for a third season". "Just a tragedy losing this great show". Unnamed sources have relayed that "creative differences" over the developed scripts and the "inability" for Marvel and Netflix to resolve their apparently intense disagreements and arrive at a solution that would benefit both parties moving forward created the flawless storm for the Luke Cage cancellation.

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According to Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter, the seemingly abrupt decision to axe a superhero show that showed marked improvement from its first to second season was exactly that.

On Saturday, multiple outlets reported Netflix had canceled Marvel's Luke Cage after two seasons. Marvel's Luke Cage added to our social commentary and made viewers think by challenging the norm and putting out a character that reflected the everyday hero, one with flaws, strengths and everything in between.

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