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Many also have their fingers crossed that Simone Missick's badass police detective Misty Knight from Luke Cage and Jessica Henwick's Colleen Wing and Alice Eve's Mary Walker from Iron Fist will link up for a possible Daughters of the Dragon show. Marvel and Netflix confirmed to Deadline on Friday that the show "will not return for a third season".

Although no official reason was given for the abrupt cancellation of Iron Fist, reports have suggested that creative differences and failed negotiations to reach a deal for a third season resulted in the decision to not bring Luke Cage back.

Axing Luke Cage, however, was a total surprise. Showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker and his team had created much of the plot outline for Season 3 already, according to Deadline, when the delivery of more detailed drafts to Marvel and Netflix caused problems.

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The Netflix series aired its second season last June.

"I am forever grateful to Marvel and Netflix for letting me portray such a prolific character, and I thank you wonderful fans", he wrote alongside a photo of him with his newborn.

A lot memories. A lot of individual thank you calls to make.

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Canceling Iron Fist and Luke Cage within a week is quite odd. "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". I swear to God, we'd better hear something about a Heroes for Hire series like, YESTERDAY.

As the photo above shows, it was just four months ago that actor Mike Colter, his pregnant wife Iva, and the cast of Luke Cage enjoyed the premiere of Season 2 of the Netflix series. The outlet notes that things went "distinctly south" around Wednesday, October 17 - just 48 hours before the streamer canceled the show.

Cast member Karen Pittman retweeted a video of NY subway riders praising the show, writing: "I love this". Marvel's Luke Cage added to our social commentary and made viewers think by challenging the norm and putting out a character that reflected the everyday hero, one with flaws, strengths and everything in between.

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The Red Sox bullpen, which had caused Cora trouble during the regular season, continued its postseason redemption tour. But it was the first time his team had won a playoff game he started, snapping a record run of October futility.

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