Marvel immediately set to work attempting to fix the hero, in preparation for a second season. The relationship between Finn Jones's Danny Rand and the rest of the Defenders was core to the series' narrative, allowing Jones an opportunity to develop his character. The two heroes are best friends in the comics, teaming up as "Power Man and Iron Fist," and this was a moment fans had been waiting for. It was Marvel's big chance to fix the character - and they didn't disappoint.
The real reason Netflix cancelled Iron Fist and Luke Cage
'Jessica Jones' Season 3 Cameos Provide Closure for Luke Cage and Iron Fist | Inverse
Netflix was certainly on a streak building its own Marvel Universe. But it looks like it has cut the universe down by canceling Luke Cage and Iron Fist. The streaming platform is very secretive when it comes to viewer numbers so there are many questions about how the two shows performed. So why did they get canceled? Business Insider is reporting that Crimson Hexagon has tracked the social media performance around the two shows. Iron Fist also experienced a significant drop from almost , posts on Twitter and Instagram when it debuted for its first season.
'Jessica Jones' Season 3 Cameos Provide Closure for Luke Cage and Iron Fist
Friday was a big day for Netflix and Marvel with the 12 a. Marvel and Netflix have had since June to make a decision about the show, but waited until this exact moment to tell everybody. They could have waited another week.
Another season of a Marvel television show always brings up the same question: Which well-known heroes might pop up at some point to help the main superhero out? It is no secret that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is probably one of the widest and most densely populated media franchises on screens right now, and the studio makes full effect of this by throwing in crossovers and team-ups at almost every turn. Warning: Spoilers for Iron Fist Season 2 ahead. The reason that Marvel fans are wondering about Luke Cage appearing in the new season of Iron Fist rather than Daredevil, Jessica Jones, or the Punisher is because the two share a long history as partners in the Marvel comics. The fact that Danny Rand just popped up in the latest season of Luke Cage a couple months ago also helps tie them together in the Netflix universe even more, too.