This money laundering streaming service is doing exactly as I told you they would do several months ago.
No matter how successful a series is, they are getting rid of the entire universe of this comic company.
Netflix’s Cancellation Of Its Marvel TV Shows Is A Show Of Force
As you probably know by now, Netflix has canceled its two remaining Marvel dramas, cutting ties with The Punisher (which just debuted its second season) and Jessica Jones (which will still air its third season). The vigilante dramas join the recently departed Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Daredevil, the last of which was canceled after an uncommonly good third season (albeit one that acted as a viable series finale) despite reportedly high viewership numbers. All in all, the Marvel TV shows (including eight episodes of The Defenders) had 12 seasons and 151 episodes of content.
With all of the talk about what this means for those shows and whether they will return in some capacity on Hulu or Disney+ (probably not, but even if they do, it certainly won’t be right away), it’s worth noting that the removal of the MCU TV shows marks a turning point for Netflix.- Source