Netflix Boss Clarifies the Status of Marvel TV Series

Netflix Boss Clarifies the Status of Marvel TV Series

Netflix Boss Clarifies the Status of Marvel TV Series

"Netflix has made a bad decision in cancelling Iron Fist after 2 seasons", the official message from the fan petition reads.

The Powers That Be brought the hammer down late last week, when it was officially confirmed that Danny Rand and Co. "Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is proud of the series and grateful for all of the hard work from our incredible cast, crew, and showrunners". We may no longer be getting new Netflix Marvel shows, but that doesn't preclude the ongoing series from getting third, fourth, or even fifth seasons. From top to bottom, [Iron Fist was] one of the best creative experiences of my life.

Marvel's Iron Fist has been cancelled at Netflix after two seasons, according to Deadline. Not yet, at least.

We can probably expect a fourth season of Daredevil, third seasons of Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, and a second season of The Punisher.

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Season 2 of Iron Fist ended with quite a few promising cliffhangers - not only was Colleen Wing christened as the new Iron Fist and defender of New York City, a traveling Danny Rand was now able to harness his chi out of a pair of pistols, a turn of events that signaled the arrival of Iron Fist comics character Orson Randall.

Iron Fist was one of four initial Marvel shows that were produced by Netflix. I have an enormous amount of love and respect for everyone involved with the last two seasons of this show. The petition only has about 10,000 signatures at this point, but it may pick up steam.

Many are upset that Marvel and Netflix pulled the plug on Iron Fist after the cliffhanger ending seen in the season 2 finale, and are disappointed that they won't get to see the characters continue to develop in future seasons centered around new and exciting stories. Iron Fist is the first of the superhero shows to be cancelled, and the only series (save for the crossover ensemble show The Defenders, which may never get a second season) to not receive a third season.

The cancellation of Iron Fist was surprising to some. The news came as a shock, given that it had barely been a month since the second season, a season that most fans agreed greatly improved upon the misgivings of Season 1, was released. It's certainly happened before.

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