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'Luke Cage' Gets Canceled by Netflix After Two Seasons

Luke Cage has been canceled by Netflix after two seasons.

The cancellation of the Marvel series, which starred Mike Colter, comes just days after the streaming service also canceled Marvel’s Iron Fist.

“Unfortunately, Marvel’s Luke Cage will not return for a third season. Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series,” Netflix and Marvel Television said in a joint statement.

The move comes as Disney prepares to shift content towards their upcoming streaming services.

Mark Ruffalo to Play Twin Brothers in an HBO Limited Series

Mark Ruffalo is set to star in the upcoming HBO limited series I Know This Much Is True and he’ll be play twin brothers!

The 50-year-old actor will also serve as executive producer on the series, which will be written by Blue Valentine and The Light Between Oceans writer-director Derek Cianfrance.

The series is based on the book of the same name by Wally Lamb and it follows “the parallel lives of identical twin brothers in an epic story of betrayal, sacrifice, and forgiveness, set against the backdrop of 20th century America,” according to Variety.

The limited series will have six episodes.

'Orange Is The New Black' to End With Season 7 - Watch the Announcement

Orange Is The New Black is officially coming to an end.

The Netflix series will conclude with its seventh season, which will debut in 2019, the company announced on Wednesday (October 17).

“After seven seasons, it’s time to be released from prison. I will miss all the badass ladies of Litchfield and the incredible crew we’ve worked with. My heart is orange but fade to black,” said creator Jenji Kohan.

The announcement was paired with an emotional video message from the cast of Orange Is The New Black.

“Warning: This may make you cry. The Final Season, 2019. #OITNB,” the show tweeted.

Watch it below!

'The World's Best' Lands Post-Super Bowl 2019 Spot on CBS

CBS has announced that their brand new show, The World’s Best, will have the coveted post-Super Bowl slot this year!

The new show will air directly after the 2019 Super Bowl at approximately 10pm ET, depending on post-show coverage.

James Corden is the executive producer and host of the show, with panel of judges including Drew Barrymore, Drag Race host RuPaul Charles and musician Faith Hill.

The show is billed as a “one-of-a-kind talent competition series featuring elite acts from around the world.” In addition, “Performers will not only have to impress the American judges, but will also need to impress the “wall of the world,” featuring 50 experts from around the world and every field of entertainment to advance through the competition.”

It’s unknown which 2 teams will be competing in the Super Bowl just yet. Stay tuned!

Roseanne Barr Reacts to 'The Conners' Spinoff Killing Her Off

Roseanne Barr is reacting to the death of her character revealed during The Conners premiere on Tuesday night (October 16).

After it was revealed during the show that matriarch Roseanne had died of an opioid overdose, the 65-year-old disgraced actress took to Twitter to acknowledge her character’s death.

“I AIN’T DEAD, BITCHES!!!!” Roseanne tweeted during the show.

Back in September, Roseanne said that the show would be killing her off, but ABC never commented on the show.

“It wasn’t enough to do what they did to me,” Roseanne said at the time. “They had to so cruelly insult the people who loved that family and that show.”

Roseanne was fired from her show’s reboot back in May after she made a racist comment about President Obama‘s former adviser Valerie Jarrett.

New episodes of The Conners air on Tuesday nights on ABC at 8pm ET.