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Fans of the canceled Marvel TV shows on Netflix will be disappointed to hear Disney+ isn't willing to house them.
Both Luke Cage and Iron Fist's second seasons reportedly saw a dip in the number of returning viewers, which might have led to their cancellation.
A new report suggests a decline in social media buzz may reflect the reasoning behind Netflix's decision to cancel Iron Fist and Luke Cage.
Luke Cage star Mike Colter expresses his gratitude for the chance to portray the Hero of Harlem, while joking why the series was canceled.
Luke Cage actor Mustafa Shakir is upset about Netflix's recent cancellation of the series.
An online petition has been started for Netflix to bring Luke Cage back for a third season following its unprecedented cancelation.
The fan-created poster calls for a Luke Cage and Iron Fist team-up show, with references to many street-level Marvel heroes.
Iron Fist star Finn Jones shares a message of solidarity following the cancellation of Luke Cage.
The official Luke Cage twitter responds to the show's cancellation with Henry "Pop" Hunter's mantra.
In an earnings report, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos expressed satisfaction with the performance of the Marvel series.
Mike Colter reveals his favorite scene working with Mustafa Shakir's Bushmaster on Season 2 of Luke Cage.
At Baltimore Comic Con, Mike Colter hinted at what to expect for Season 3 of Luke Cage, revealing he's glad to ditch the hoodie.
Cloak & Dagger showrunner Joe Pokaski explains how the Freeform drama's Season 1 nod to Netflix's Luke Cage came about.
A Netflix executive addresses why so many of the streaming service's original series have 13-episode seasons, which has been a point of criticism.
Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb revealed Luke Cage and Cloak & Dagger's mini 'crossovers' were intentionally orchestrated behind the scenes.
With a growing cast of superheroes in Netflix's corner of the MCU, CBR runs the gauntlet to rank the 15 most powerful heroes on the streaming service.
After listening to its fans, the official Luke Cage Twitter account has proceeded to bury the hero's ill-fated dab from the debut episode of Season 2.