While in many ways it is the era of hero tv (and movies), 2019 carved a bloody swath through the shows that were around. This is my look back at the series that didn’t make it to 2020.
Luke Cage’s second season, and sadly the series, come to an end in “They Reminisce Over You.” I’ll talk more about the end later. I will say there were a lot of surprises and twists along the way, most of which I didn’t see coming. Since it’s both a season and series finale, there will be spoilers below.
The end is almost here, as “Can’t Front On Me,” episode 12 out of 13 for Luke Cage’s final season, spins up. There are plots and schemes and wheels within wheels going on here.
Luke Cage’s second, and sadly final season moves closer to completion with “The Creator.” The episode is mostly about repercussions from Mariah’s shocking act at the end the previous show, and filling in some background on the Dillard/McIver feud courtesy of Flashback Theater. While it’s a good episode, rarely for Cage, there’s a lot of talking and not a great deal of anything else.
Luke Cage continues a good second season with a great episode. “The Main Ingredient” could just as easily have been called “Heroes for Hire” as it brings back a classic Marvel pairing that has a lot of fans.
Luke Cage’s second (and sadly last, thanks a lot Netflix) season continues with “For Pete’s Sake,” a title that takes on a whole different meaning as the show goes on. It opens with Luke, Misty, Reverend Lucas, Mariah, and Tilda on the run as Bushmaster’s thugs look for them. Mariah is thrown for a…
After the surprises and twists last time, “If It Ain’t Rough, It Ain’t Right” tries to clean up a lot of the mess from last episode, as well as push the plot further forward.