Iron Fist didn't fare too much better as the first season managed only 120,000 posts between Instagram and Twitter.
Netflix also recently canceled Iron Fist, another Marvel property.
Additionally, lead actor Mike Colter, who plays Harlem's hero Luke Cage, was reportedly still under a contract with the superhero series and was expected to reprise his role in season 3 at the time of the show's cancellation.More news: Bruce Buck claims Chelsea will do everything to keep Eden Hazard
Colter posted a photo with his daughter to Twitter and wrote, "I am forever grateful to Marvel and Netflix for letting me portray such a prolific character, and I thank you incredible fans". Now it's "Luke Cage".
He continued: "A lot of great memories". Luke Cage while a part of the Marvel universe and aimed to entertain also helped depict black men in a positive light.
After clearing his name, Luke Cage has become a celebrity on the streets of Harlem with a reputation as bulletproof as his skin. Those creatives had apparently been crafting stories, reviewing notes and feedback from Marvel Television and Netflix brass, and polishing up scripts for roughly six months prior to the series' cancellation. It's an interesting move for Netflix to cancel the only minority character in their Marvel lineup. The outlet notes that things went "distinctly south" around Wednesday, October 17 - just 48 hours before the streamer canceled the show.
While the decline in interest for both Marvel's Daredevil and Marvel's Jessica Jones isn't as high as it is for Luke Cage and Iron Fist, the data reveals strong declines for both the Devil of Hell's Kitchen and Jessica Jones. If you're like me you're anxiously waiting for the executioner to drop the guillotine down onto another Marvel show.