Sad news for all the fans who were waiting for the originals shows. This is as the punishers and Jessica Jones have been cut down by Netflix. This axed down is further followed by Friends from College.
However, among these axed down series two are of Marvel. These series are joining the previous cut down series of Marvel. This includes Daredevil, Iron Fist and Luke Cage. Now this move signifies the end of a five-year partnership between Marvel and Netflix.
Netflix is canceling a lot of programming what’s going on there ? https://t.co/qzy3m4KnoF
— AJ Thompson (@AJ_ThompsonJr) February 19, 2019
Moreover, Marvel has partnered With Disney+. An analysis tracked 61 canceled TV shows between September 2018 and March 2019. This is across streaming and traditional TV. The report released on April 9, 2019. It found that streaming services are more likely to cancel a show early on. Original streaming shows have an average lifespan of two seasons. This is as compared to four seasons on cable and six-and-a-half seasons on broadcast networks.
Moreover, Netflix accounts for 68% of video-on-demand cancellations. Also 12 of its 13 canceled shows since September 2018. These were for series with three seasons or fewer, according to Analysis.
Furthermore, it’s worth noting that Netflix orders its shows straight to series. Also the streamer drops entire seasons at once. On traditional TV networks, a pilot is typically ordered first.
However, many shows don’t even make it past the pilot phase.
Moreover, Netflix’s recent cancellations include “One Day at a Time” and its Marvel TV shows, such as “Daredevil” and “The Punisher.” Netflix canceled “One Day at a Time” in March 2019 after three seasons. It was cancelled saying “not enough people watched to justify another season.” It canceled its remaining Marvel shows, “The Punisher” and “Jessica Jones,” in February 2019.