The Marvel Netflix Universe is now officially dead, as The Punisher and Jessica Jones are the final two series in the franchise to announce their respective cancellations. Since then, reports have come out breaking down just why the Marvel Netflix cancellations came about – and shocker, the […]
Netflix is canceling a lot of programming what’s going on there ? https://t.co/qzy3m4KnoF
— AJ Thompson (@AJ_ThompsonJr) February 19, 2019
In the past 2 days Netflix has cancelled #FriendsFromCollege, Jessica Jones AND Punisher.
— Childish Andrino (@Andre3005_) February 19, 2019
Netflix's Marvel cancellations signal the start of the new streaming world order — aka why #JessicaJones and #ThePunisher (and all the other Netflix Marvel shows) were axed: https://t.co/Ygu5jkVWuD pic.twitter.com/lHBwRjpIEw
— Lesley Goldberg (@Snoodit) February 19, 2019
Despite recent cancellations, Netflix continues to add content at a rapid pace after spending as much as $13 billion on originals in 2018 https://t.co/GtDVDofyZ4
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 19, 2019
Some high stakes gamesmanship going on here. Again, other than Stranger Things, there is no blockbuster show at Netflix that affects the culture like Marvel properties. https://t.co/xbc1OHm4Yw
— robertliefeld (@robertliefeld) February 18, 2019
Lumping in “Friends From College” in with these Marvel shows doesn’t jive.
Not all shows get cancelled for the same reasons. https://t.co/mMwBfnrJIF
— Kayla Stetzel (@KaylaStetzel) February 19, 2019
Wow. This is going to get super interesting. Old school versus new school. https://t.co/CfMlK5TpDA
— nicholas johnson (@mediaguy) February 19, 2019