Here's Why Netflix Cancelled LUKE CAGE

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The television show was one of five Netflix Marvel shows that existed within the MCU.

Netflix bosses have stunned comic book fans by cancelling Marvel's Luke Cage. New reports claim creative differences ultimately forced the Marvel fan favorite to have its run end after just two seasons.

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Meanwhile, Iron Fist star Finn Jones also shared a message of solidarity with his Defenders co-star, which will no doubt further fuel speculation that Netflix could combine the two cancelled Marvel shows into a Heroes for Hire series. On his Twitter, Mike Colter thanked Marvel and Netflix for the opportunity to portray Luke Cage, and noted that while one door has opened, another has opened, and that opening has come in the form of his newborn daughter, who came into the world this week. It remains unclear, especially since Netflix does not release viewership numbers. It seemed that both Luke Cage and Iron Fist had overcome some of their respective early stumbles and showed significant improvement in their sophomore seasons. The song, "King's Paradise", produced by Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad who are also the show's music supervisors, name drops Harlem greats like Malcolm X, Louis Armstrong, Lena Horne and the show's titular character Luke Cage. Now, turns out, that isn't the case, but series lead Mike Colter isn't sweating it. "We must fight to save our hero of Harlem as he fights for us". 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.

This Luke Cage cancelation comes after a similar decision for Iron Fist. There's no telling what Marvel and Netflix decide to do, but it's lovely to see so many fans keeping a positive outlook.