The latest updates and spoilers for the third season of "Luke Cage" reveal new details about Mike Colter's character and the direction they want him to take in Harlem. Colter appeared at the Baltimore Comic-Con event and stated that he and showrunner, Cheo Hodori Coker, are working on the script for season 3.

Colter also shared new information about the possibility of "The Defenders" having another season. The last season of the show featured Luke fighting a new enemy named Bushmaster as he tries to kill former Harlem council woman-turned-crime boss, Maria Dillard, to take over Harlem.

Luke must also live up to his heroic name and save everyone from further bloodshed.

Luke rules over Harlem

According to Screen Rant, Mike Colter stated during the Baltimore Comic-Con event that season 3 will explore how Luke Cage will govern Harlem fairly and his actions will impact him and everyone living in his new regime. He also added that the third season will also show how Luke handles this new kind of power and looks at whether he will give in to the pressures of corruption with no one putting him on his place.

The "Luke Cage" lead is confident that his character can handle the responsibilities of looking over Harlem and the burden he carries knowing that everyone will support him in making the tough calls.

"Luke is in Harlem, and so Harlem is going to be his place that he's going to have to control. And I think he's decided to use organized crime in a very, not practical way," Colter stated. "I think he thinks he can be a part of it but not be in it. I think he thinks he can control it but not get his hands dirty."

Luke took over Harlem after the death of Maria Dillard in the season 2 finale and she handed everything to him in her last will, including Harlem's Paradise.

It was the only way to prevent other crime organizations from taking over his community and causing more chaos on the streets. Some of Luke's friends are shocked by his decision and they will not hesitate to bring him down if he goes out of line.

The Defenders season 2 plans

According to Comic, Colter teased the fans at Comic-Con on whether they want to see a sophomore season of "The Defenders." He hyped out the crowd saying that they are not "loud enough" to get what they want, and they responded intensely.

With that said, he replied by saying they will do something about it.

Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb, told Entertainment Weekly that they have no plans yet for season 2, but they will not rule them out. Perhaps they will expect an update of the crossover after "Daredevil" season 3, "The Punisher" season 2, or the other Marvel Netflix series in the future.