Mike Colter admits he wasn't that shocked by Luke Cage's cancelation, but he also wouldn't be surprised if it was revived
Colter tells Comicbook.com that he first noticed things were awry when deadlines would come and go, and there was a lot of stalling on the third season. "There were some things that started to feel a little odd," he says. "So, when it happened, I was like, 'Eh.' It wasn't that much of a shock. But yeah, still shock." As for reviving Luke Cage, he says: "I think, ultimately, if it comes back, it'll probably come back because of the fans demand for it. I don't think that their work is going in vain. It just may not happen as soon as they want it to."
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