The show, which premiered on the streaming service in 2016, followed the story of bulletproof superhero Luke Cage, who tries to protect Harlem from bad guys
The creator of the show, Cheo Hodari Coker, thanked the cast and Production crew as well as at Marvel and Netflix.
"Lots of memories, lots of individual thank-you calls," Coker tweeted. "I just want to say thank you, Marvel, Netflix, Writer's Best Room, Cast, Crew, Midnight Hour, all those who have populated the stage in Harlem's Paradise and the most incredible fanbase in the world. .. "
The cancellation surprised many fans of the show, some of whom were expecting another season.
"So wait … First they're canceling Iron Fist for a massive upgrade Well, have they canceled their best Marvel series yet ?! I swear to God we should do something about a Heroes for Hire series like, YESTERDAY & # 39; hear. "
" Luke Cage was one of the biggest superhero shows we have. It had a quality, tone, and angle that was different from anything we've seen in genre storytelling can replace it, just a tragedy that loses this great show. "
" I'm not into @ Marvel movies or the I was in #LukeCage, which has played like a modern Syfy allegory. "From all content on Netflix they've cut off Luke Cage in his prime. I hope they continue other networks and platforms. @cheo_coker is a great writer; Mike Colter is & # 39; hatch & # 39 ;. "
"Pup. That's half of them. # LukeCage #IronFist."
"# Defenders is also dead guys … $ 10 says JJ is next."