Netflix is ​​Canceled on The Punisher; And 'Jessica Jones,'; to Complete a Marvel Extermination

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We all knew that this was coming, because writing has been on the wall for some time now. Netflix has already canceled the Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Daredevil, and now the Punisher has relieved the second season, and Jessica Jones, shortly before the third season, will still be flying despite this news.

When there was only Iron Fist and Luke Cage, it was hoped that Netflix might have been trimming Marvel shows that were less watched, but suspected, but when they sent Daredevil off, the world's flagship Netflix Marvel, after the third steroid season, he felt that The Punisher and Jessica Jones could not have a prayer.

The Punisher the second season was not specific (after the first great year), but Jessica Jones' third season did not yet let her know so no one knows whether it is good or that it looks good or anything. This is something that has always existed, and Netflix is ​​separating from this Marvel deal for two reasons:

  • Disney is creating something that could be one of the biggest contestants of Netflix with its Disney + streaming service. And they will take their entire program with them.
  • Netflix was not entirely owned by his Marvel shows as he does so much of his other originals, so they were paying to make them and promote them and as a result they were much less profitable for them. or with other programs. We have also seen random shows because American Vandal canceled this reason, despite it being much cheaper.

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Netflix is ​​diplomatic about all this, at least publicly. This is finalizing the final statement about these shows after they first sing their singing.

“We are grateful to Marvel for five years of our fruitful partnership and thank the passionate fans who followed these series from the outset.”

The fate of each of these five shows and their characters is not clear. Logic states that the clear move is that Disney would take a handful of these shows to continue under the Disney + banner. My idea was to renew Daredevil, The Punisher and then put Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones together in the “Heroes for Hire” show.

But the reality could be more complicated than that. We do not know what precise terms apply to the Marvel contrast, but from this statement, Netflix obviously has these rights for the "years to come." Meaning, Disney can simply be Can not new seasons of these shows start while they stay on Netflix, even if Netflix is ​​not making new seasons, as part of the terms of that discussion.

And the rest of this is that Disney can't care for it. We already know about the upcoming Disney + Marvel shows which include MCU heavy beaters such as the Loki show and Vision Vision / Scarlett show, with all their original actors. Netflix, even at their best, rarely displays outside Netflix, and has never been directly in the MCU. They were separate as an entity and they could get it, and after 10 seasons between five rows plus a Defender defender, it seems that Disney might believe that this course is going on.

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But I think this is short-cut, and that it gives great respect to fan love for some of these characters. Matt Murdoch has more time, with three episodes of an episode and a role in The Defenders, than any one MCU movie character, even Iron Man, Captain America or Thor across all the films they have entered. too once 3 seasons. The only Marvel characters who saw more time than the Netflix team at this point were the Agents of the members who spent SHIELD, and probably the # 1 site goes to Phil Coulson himself, not seen in six seasons. SHIELD plus a handful of movies.

Even if these shows were seen less than the big athletes, I think it is a shame to grow 40 hours and give character to Murdoch and Jones, or 25 hours for Frank Castle or Luke Cage. But I suspect that Disney sees it like that.

I don't want to give up completely, but after this inevitable execution, the ball is in Disney's court. But their hands could be tied after the first Netflix action, and these characters could have gone from the MCU indefinitely.

Update: Jeph Loeb, Marvel TV A letter has been issued by fans because of the story, including a rather energetic shot by Netflix, and a potential hope for the future. Although no concrete plans are mentioned: t

“Maybe our web partner decided that they don't want to continue telling stories of these great characters… but you know that Marvel is better than that,” Loeb said. “As Dad said Matthew Murdock once,“ A man's measurement is not how he goes to the math, that is how he gets backup. ”

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We all knew that this was coming, because writing has been on the wall for some time now. Netflix has already canceled the Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Daredevil, and now the Punisher has relieved the second season, and Jessica Jones, shortly before the third season, will still be flying despite this news.

When there was only Iron Fist and Luke Cage, there was hope that Netflix might have been trimming Marvel shows that were not much watched, but when they canceled Daredevil, Netflix Marvel's major flagship project, after the third season cargo, he felt like the Punisher and Jessica Jones could not make a prayer.

The Punisher did not have a second season (after first year), but Jessica Jones' third season didn't know yet so no one knows if he's good or watching him. . This is something that has always existed, and Netflix is ​​separating from this Marvel deal for two reasons:

  • Disney is creating something that could be one of the biggest contestants of Netflix with its Disney + streaming service. And they will take their entire program with them.
  • Netflix was not entirely owned by his Marvel shows as he does so much of his other originals, so they were paying to make them and promote them and as a result they were much less profitable for them. or with other programs. We have also seen random shows because American Vandal canceled this reason, despite it being much cheaper.

Netflix is ​​diplomatic about all this, at least publicly. This is her final statement to the Finishing Date on these shows after they first performed their singing.

“We are grateful to Marvel for five years of our fruitful partnership and thank the passionate fans who followed these series from the outset.”

The fate of each of these five shows and their characters is not clear. Logic states that the clear move is that Disney would take a handful of these shows to continue under the Disney + banner. My idea was to renew Daredevil, The Punisher and then put Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones together in the “Heroes for Hire” show.

But the reality could be more complicated than that. We do not know what precise terms apply to the Marvel contrast, but from this statement, Netflix obviously has these rights for the "years to come." Meaning, Disney can simply be Can not new seasons of these shows start while they stay on Netflix, even if Netflix is ​​not making new seasons, as part of the terms of that discussion.

And the rest of this is that Disney can't care for it. We already know about the upcoming Disney + Marvel shows which include MCU heavy beaters such as the Loki show and Vision Vision / Scarlett show, with all their original actors. Netflix, even at their best, rarely displays outside Netflix, and has never been directly in the MCU. They were separate as an entity and they could get it, and after 10 seasons between five rows plus a Defender defender, it seems that Disney might believe that this course is going on.

But I think this is short-cut, and that it gives great respect to fan love for some of these characters. Matt Murdoch has more time, with three episodes of an episode and a role in The Defenders, than any one MCU movie character, even Iron Man, Captain America or Thor across all the films they have entered. too once 3 seasons. The only Marvel characters who saw more time than the Netflix team at this point were the Agents of the members who spent SHIELD, and probably the # 1 site goes to Phil Coulson himself, not seen in six seasons. SHIELD plus a handful of movies.

Even if these shows were seen less than the big athletes, I think it is a shame to grow 40 hours and give character to Murdoch and Jones, or 25 hours for Frank Castle or Luke Cage. But I suspect that Disney sees it like that.

I don't want to give up completely, but after this inevitable execution, the ball is in Disney's court. But their hands could be tied after the first Netflix action, and these characters could have gone from the MCU indefinitely.

Update: Jeph Loeb, Marvel TV, issued a letter to fans about the story, including a rather energetic shot at Netflix, and a potential hope for the future. Although no concrete plans are mentioned: t

“Maybe our web partner decided that they don't want to continue telling stories of these great characters… but you know that Marvel is better than that,” Loeb said. “As Dad said Matthew Murdock once,“ A man's measurement is not how he goes to the math, that is how he gets backup. ”

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