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In a really wild turn of events, Netflix has canceled Iron fist-The first of the multiple Marvel properties of the real-time transmission giant. The first season of the show, starring. Finn Jones Y Jessica Henwick, He received rave reviews from critics: he had a rating of 37 ampoules in Metacritic, and Complex was even asked to title his review, "The iron fist" is too rich and white for me to give / * / t. "The answer was so bad that The defenders, A series of Netflix Marvel follow-up, mocked the character's reputation by toasting it completely in the official trailer of the show.
The show focused on Danny Rand, an orphan boy rescued by warrior monks and trained to fight. As an adult, he reconnects with his past and takes his place in the company of his family. In a joint statement, Netflix and Marvel announced the cancellation of Iron Fist saying: "Marvel & # 39; s Iron fist He will not be back for a third season on Netflix. Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix are proud of the series and grateful for the hard work of our incredible cast, crew and showrunners. We are grateful to the fans who have seen these two seasons and the partnership that we have shared in this series. While the Netflix series is over, the immortal Iron Fist will still be alive. "
Netflix gained a reputation in its early years of content creation to basically renew all original series, but since then it has begun to rotate the ax with greater freedom, although its decisions about what to cancel and what to renew can sometimes seem like a scratch. Most of the other Netflix Marvel properties have a green light for the new seasons at this time:Jessica Jones, Reckless, The Punisher. the Mike Colter starring Luke Cage, which recently debuted its second season, is expected to be renewed as well.
Iron fist He could still be resurrected in some other way. Disney's own broadcast platform, which is scheduled to emerge in 2019, will feature Marvel favorites; Loki and Scarlet Witch are expected to have their own shows. That means that the return of Danny Rand could also be on the record – good news for any Iron fist Amateurs, whoever they are.