Marvel's Luke Cage
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Posted Thursday 2/21/19 at 4:31AM EST
"The Netflix deal may be remembered as a bittersweet moment in the company’s history," says Liz Shannon Miller.
Posted Monday 2/18/19 at 1:36PM EST
The two remaining Marvel series on Netflix have been axed, with The Punisher ending after two seasons and Jessica Jones...
Posted Friday 2/08/19 at 1:05AM EST
UC Riverside is hosting a Black History Month exhibition titled Uncaged: Hero for Higher that celebrates the character from the...
Posted Saturday 1/05/19 at 3:04AM EST
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.
Posted Thursday 12/20/18 at 3:02PM EST
Two months after the Netflix cancelation of the Marvel series, Coker has signed a deal to develop and produce new...
Posted Wednesday 12/19/18 at 11:11PM EST
Disney executive says there's a "possibility" that Netflix's Marvel characters could be revived on the Disney+ streaming service
"They are very high-quality shows.
Posted Wednesday 12/12/18 at 4:39PM EST
"Fans of the Marvel Television series recently canceled by Netflix who hope to see the shows revived on Disney+ may...
Posted Tuesday 12/11/18 at 10:14PM EST
On My Block came out on top as the No.
Posted Monday 12/03/18 at 1:18PM EST
"The execs have already said they don't want these shows on the Disney service," tweeted Alan Sepinwall.
Posted Thursday 11/29/18 at 9:10PM EST
Daredevil, which kicked off the Marvel universe on Netflix in April 2015, will not return for a fourth season.
Posted Thursday 11/01/18 at 12:44PM EDT
Research from San Francisco data analytics company Jumpshot found that both shows each suffered a steep drop -- 59% for...
Posted Tuesday 10/30/18 at 6:44AM EDT
American Vandal's cancelation, explained: Netflix seems to be cutting back on shows from outside studios
Netflix didn't own American Vandal, Iron Fist or Luke Cage, which likely helped lead to their cancelations.
Posted Wednesday 10/24/18 at 9:03PM EDT
Luke Cage's cancelation isn't that disappointing because it wasn't black enough, and its quality suffered in trying to appeal to everybody
The Netflix version of the Marvel character was specially built not to alienate non-white audiences, says Noel Ransome.
Posted Wednesday 10/24/18 at 10:24AM EDT
Erik Oleson says the future of Marvel shows on Netflix is "way above my pay grade.
Posted Tuesday 10/23/18 at 9:28PM EDT
"These characters were getting to develop, not just as increasingly important parts of the wider narratives of their respective shows,...