The Marvel Netflix shows have seen an interesting cast of characters across the different series. Among them are some characters in supporting roles including Rosario Dawson's Claire. The nurse from the Marvel comic books has been a connecting factor between all of the superheroes on "The Defenders." Despite appearing on multiple shows, recent comments are suggesting Dawson may be calling it quits in terms of Marvel Netflix.

Dawson's Netflix roles

Rosario Dawson has been in plenty of different roles during her career, but she popped up in the Marvel Netflix world for its first series.

"Daredevil" featured Matt Murdock's character in need of secretive medical help at times. Enter Dawson's nurse Claire, who helped patch Murdock up after numerous injuries he had.

Claire was a prominent character in that first successful season. She also appeared on "Luke Cage" and became a love interest for the main hero. Claire was one of the few people who had a link to all four heroes who made up the "The Defenders" crew. She showed up on that miniseries on Netflix as well. She also was part of "Iron Fist," an episode of "Jessica Jones," and back for "Daredevil" Season 2. Unfortunately, it seems based on new comments she won't be there for "Daredevil" Season 3.

Dawson may not return?

Dawson recently made comments during the 2018 Tribeca TV fest this past weekend.

Collider reported on the actor's comments on Tuesday (Sept. 25) and how her appearance on "Luke Cage" Season 2 may have been her final one for Marvel Netflix.

Rosario Dawson said "it's been an amazing few years" and suggested that maybe she could do a "third season of Luke Cage" or they'll find a way to include her on "The Punisher" Season 2.

However, Dawson also alluded to the fact she's been away for work a lot and missing out on her daughter's high school days. That's precious time lost for a mother for sure.

Dawson's final Marvel scene?

With her comments in mind, it's possible that "Luke Cage" Season 2, Episode 3 was her final scene in Marvel Netflix. Dawson said the scene was originally supposed to be from Luke's point of view, but she "pushed for it to be more balanced." She tapped in some raw emotions to explore why she and Luke wouldn't work as a couple.

Dawson said that may have been a "kind of goodbye for Claire." She looked at it as the culmination of her five different Netflix Marvel shows and a journey to this endpoint. She also added that Claire was a character who showed in a world of superheroes "you don't have to have special superpowers to make a difference."

Could Dawson show up in a future Marvel movie, such as the "Captain Marvel" film or an Avengers story?

Recently, a "Captain Marvel" exclusive was revealed. Unfortunately, the Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn't been introducing any of the Netflix characters into their films. So far, only "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." star Clark Gregg (agent Phil Coulson) has made the leap between TV and big screen. Fans can only hope that Netflix will find a way to bring Claire back for at least some future cameos, as she's really been a great tie between the different shows.