"Marvel's Iron Fist will not return for a third season"
Marvel Ironfist was canceled after the release of its second season earlier this year.
News about the future of the show was released in a joint statement by Netflix and Marvel, which read: "Marvels Ironfist will not return to Netflix for a third season. Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is proud of the series and grateful for the hard work of our incredible cast, crew and showrunners. "
The statement continues: "We are grateful for the fans who saw these two seasons and for the partnership we shared in this series, while the series on Netflix is over, the immortal Ironfist will live on. "
The main actor of the show, Finn Jones, responded to the refusal by publishing a picture of himself as the main character of the show with the caption "Immortal".
Jones wrote, "With each end is a new beginning, I have a tremendous amount of love and respect for everyone involved in the last two seasons of this show."
He added, "Defending the world's largest city among the most talented and warm people was a privilege and a blessing, blessed to have made that journey and grateful for continued support."
Among Marvel fans, there was hope that after the release of the first full-length trailer for the second season of the critically-mixed Ironfist The fans seemed to think the series was correcting some of the mistakes the series had made in its first season.
After a few teasers – the first was released at Comic-Con – the first full trailer for the second fight of Ironfist German:. Www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…=view&id=167 How much Danny Rand (played by Finn Jones) has changed since his first season was revealed in the events of the defenders and the second season of & # 39; Luke Cage & # 39 ;.
Although many fans responded more positively to Season 2 after the release of Season Two, it did not seem to be enough to prevent the show coming to an end. You can read more reactions to the cancellation of shows in social media here:
Commenting on the mixed response to season one, Jones defended the show from his poor ratings, arguing that this was because his character was too similar to Donald Trump.
Talk to that radio timesJones argued that the people were startled because he plays a "white American billionaire superhero".
"I think the world has changed a lot since we made this TV show," he said. "I play a white American billionaire superhero, at a time when the white American billionaire archetype is the public enemy number one, especially in the US."
He added, "We filmed the show before Trump's election, and I find it very interesting to see how this perception, now that Trump is in power, makes it very difficult to take root for someone out of white privileges, though this archetype is state enemy number one. "