As we told you a few weeks ago, today, September 30th, Netflix has released a new series called Luke Cage. It is a new adaptation of the Marvel Universe, this time, it will feature a man who, after a failed experiment that has given him superhuman strength will fight against evil from the shadows. Today, Netflix has launched worldwide the first season of Luke Cage, the television adaptation of the Marvel character played by Mike Colter made his first appearance in "Jessica Jones." Next, we will be talking about this new release and all new information about this series that has officially premiered today.


The new series on Netflix

As usual in productions of Netflix, all episodes of the season are now available for viewing, and the series counts as a result of a failed experiment, Luke Cage (Mike Colter), has developed an indestructible skin and a superhuman strength. He is now a fugitive, where he is seen trying to rebuild his life in the New York neighborhood of Harlem. He will soon be forced out of the shadows to fight for his city and confront the past he wanted to bury.


Additional information

The series, which will have 13 chapters to be released simultaneously on the streaming platform has recently shared on social networks a new development in which we discovered some new images as the executive producer Cheo Hodari Coker had commented on. Some aspects of the show will be seen and will further develop as viewers binge through the entire series, but it is known that other actors will be joining Mike Colter, including Simone Missick as Misty Knight, and Rosario Dawson, who plays Claire Temple.

It will also be interesting to see if some crossovers take place in this new series, perhaps even hints at the next series in the works -- "Iron Fist."


It is also worth noting that Sonia Braga, Mahershala Ali, Alfre Woodard, Theo Rossi, and Frank Whaley complete the cast of the series, in which Cheo Hodari Coker serves as show runner.

Below is the final trailer in this new series, which is available to stream now:

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