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Why Is Netflix Canceling Your Fave Marvel Shows? Glad You Asked...

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It's a bad time to be a Marvel fan, especially if you're a watcher of its Netflix TV counterparts. Lately, Netflix has been cancelling all of its Marvel shows, starting with Luke Cage and Iron Fist this past summer, and Daredevil this past November. Putting the final nail in the coffin was the streaming platform's announcement that both The Punisher and Jessica Jones are not returning to Netflix, with the latter ending after its upcoming third season. 

Needless to say, but Marvel fans are this close to storming Netflix's corporate headquarters with pitchforks and torches. It's rare for Netflix to cancel successful shows — in fact, they tend to have a bad habit of keeping shows long after they should've been canceled. So why would the streaming giant axe the entire Marvel TV universe from its platform? Well, we have a few theories.

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