For Luke Cage, the fans will not be able to save the series for Marvel on Netflix complaining
It is infuriating these stories of the big studios that compete with each other when the same huh… So that we, we just want one thing : to enjoy tranquillou of our favorite programs without risking to see them get cancel because that thing wants to be stronger than thing and that thing prevents that.
Unfortunately, we need to deal with a market that is hyper-competitive and terribly ruthless. As if we needed proof, one would speak without hesitation of the fate of the series for Marvel on Netflix. After Luke Cage and Iron Fist, it was the turn of Daredevil to see cancelled, just after the release of season 3. When you think that The Punisher and Jessica Jones will soon be back on the air waves, we say that they must already have a hot little ass against the destiny that awaits them surely.
Mike Colter, in the full effort
If you still don’t know who is the villain in this story ; Disney picks its ball to prepare for the launch of its own SVOD baptised Disney + ? Netflix, which applies the scorched-earth policy to force his former poto to start from scratch ? We know, however, that we are all losers and that a lot of fans have wanted to coordinate an action to bend the studios history that they comply with our desires. Except that here, it is still all a bit mode #shocked#disappointed.
But for Mike Colter, formerly Luke Cage, this is useless, because, as it comes from the reveal at the microphone of ComicBook.com the decision is largely out of the field of competence of the spectators :
“I don’t know if this is something that the spectators can make. I think this is a real problem between the publisher and the studio. In my opinion, it will resolve itself, one way or another. So let’s just do the time. But maybe I’m wrong and maybe it is really finished. I think that the effusions of the fans are very touching, well-received and appreciated, but it will not make any difference even if it is fun. In my opinion, in the end, if the program returns, it will be because the fans have asked for it. I do not think that their efforts will be in vain. It will come back may be just a little later than they hoped.”
So, basically, Mike Colter just give the keys of the success : complaining and whining, it’s been fun but it doesn’t shake things up, however, request and require, it is more conducive to a resolution in the right direction. Good post, it is safe, face it, this is Disney and we know very well that they are not the most attentive to their public at this time. But you never know.