The program, which debuted in the broadcast service in 2016, followed the story of the bulletproof superhero Luke Cage, who tries to protect Harlem from the villains that make neighborhood streets unsafe.
The creator of the program, Cheo Hodari Coker, tweeted his thanks to the cast and production team, as well as to Marvel and Netflix.
"Many memories, many individual thank-you calls," Coker wrote on Twitter. "I just want to thank Marvel, Netflix, the best writers' room, the cast, the team, at midnight, all those who adorned the stage in Harlem Paradise and the fan base more incredible of the world, always ahead … "
The cancellation surprised many of the program's fans, some of whom expected another season.
"So wait … First, they cancel the Iron Fist after a massive upgrade, now their best Marvel series has been canceled? I swear to God, it's better that we hear something about a series of Heroes for rent. as the YESTERDAY ".
"Luke Cage was one of the best superhero shows we've ever had, he had a quality, a tone and a point of view that does not resemble anything we've seen in the genre narrative, nothing can replace it. who loses this great show. "
"I'm not in the films of @Marvel or in the universe, I was in #LukeCage, which played as a modern allegory of Syfy.From all the content on Netflix, they cut Luke Cage at its height.I hope they ask for other networks and platforms to continue @cheo_coker is a great writer, Mike Colter is & # 39; Luke & # 39;
"Welp, that makes half of them. # LukeCage #IronFist."
"#Defenders are also dead … $ 10 says that JJ is next."