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Matthew Ball on Twitter: "1/ On Netflix’s Marvel cancellations, there seems to be some nuance that’s missing which tells you a lot about the future of OTT video in 2019. I’m sure both sides wanted a renewal, but the *absolute* not just relative valu
The reality is these shows were unprecentedly expensive (Netflix reportedly paying 60% markup), but they weren’t very good, audiences have undoubtedly declined precipitously (you can see this in the marketing spend) and it’s hard to grow audience in late seasons (con't)
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5 hours ago by dancall
Why 'Jessica Jones,' 'Punisher' Were Canceled | Hollywood Reporter
In short, it's easy to say that Netflix canceled its Marvel fare because of economics, the answer is much more complex than simple ownership as Disney and Netflix have not exactly been good bedfellows in the past year. So while Marvel may have been caught, at least partially, in the crossfire, media titans like Warners and Comcast may very well be next when it comes to pulling their respective content from Netflix as the new (streaming) world order takes over.

With WarnerMedia and Comcast both launching their own direct-to-consumer streaming services (due in the fourth quarter of 2019 and 2020, respectively), both companies are going to have to consider whether they will continue to get a Netflix check with a lot of zeros to license Friends and The Office or if the companies will pull their crown jewels and put them exclusively on their own platforms. For the time being, Friends and The Office will remain on Netflix through 2019 and 2021, respectively. But after that? "Sharing destination assets like [Friends], it's not a good model to share," WarnerMedia streaming service chief creative officer Kevin Reilly said this month. "They should be exclusive to the service." 
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5 hours ago by dancall
Jessica Jones and The Punisher Cancelled at Netflix | TV News | Consequence of Sound
The third (and now final) season of Jessica Jones will air as the last Netflix release
In the past few months, the Netflix arm of Marvel’s film and TV empire has clearly been winding things down. Whether it’s because of Disney’s forthcoming streaming service, or simply because the pop culture mega-conglomerate is trying to bring all of its properties in-house from now on, Netflix previously announced that Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist have all been cancelled.
Now the last dominoes have fallen, as Deadline reports that The Punisher and Jessica Jones have been axed. The former leaves just after its second season debuted on the streaming service, while the latter will air its already completed third season before ending its run. There’s no current release date for the final season of Jessica Jones, but it will mark the conclusion of a five-year run on Netflix for the far more adult side of Marvel’s output.
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10 hours ago by rgl7194
Netflix makes it official, canceling Punisher and Jessica Jones | Ars Technica
Color us not surprised, but we're still gonna miss all our favorite Defenders.
It was only a matter of time, but today Netflix finally made it official, announcing the cancelation of its two remaining Marvel Defenders series, The Punisher and Jessica Jones. The latter's third season hasn't even aired yet, although Deadline Hollywood reports that Netflix will air season 3 as planned. Nobody who has followed the axing of Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Daredevil over the last few months was expecting The Punisher to get a third season, even though season 2 was an under-appreciated gem.
Punisher star Jon Bernthal—who is set to join New Line’s The Sopranos prequel feature—gave a fitting farewell on Instagram: "To all who have served. All who know loss. All who love and understand Frank and his pain. It has been an honor to walk in his boots. I’m endlessly grateful to the comic fans and the men and women of the Armed Services and law enforcement community who Frank means so much to. Thank you to the USMC and all the wonderful soldiers who trained me. Go Hard. Be safe."
UPDATE: Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter weighs in with her own Instagram post: a pic of the table read for the season 3 finale airing later this year. "I love these people to the moon and back," she wrote. "It has been a dream to play Jessica alongside my amazing cast and the best crew in the business for these past five years. I am so grateful for every second of it. We have THE BEST fans. You guys mean the world to me and I appreciate you beyond words. The final season ... is coming later this year and I am proud of how we complete JJ’s journey."
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10 hours ago by rgl7194
Second Screen: FBI is Procedural TV Done Right
Jim Hemphill admires the latest addition to the small-screen realm of Law & Order creator Dick Wolf.
Writer-producer Dick Wolf is one of those filmmakers who’s so prolific and so successful that it’s easy to take what he does for granted – and even easier to make incorrect assumptions about the breadth and depth of his work based on its sheer volume. The fact that he has created not only multiple long-running episodic dramas like Law & Order and Chicago Fire but multiple offshoots (Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., and so on) might give the impression – if you’ve never watched the shows closely – that Wolf is grinding out the TV equivalent of fast food. After all, how could one possibly create so many thousands of hours of story without relying on repetition and formula? Yet what’s remarkable about Wolf’s career is that even a casual look at any of his series reveals he’s incapable of phoning it in; Law & Order: SVU is better than ever in its 20th season, both haunting and energetic in its engagement with current events week after week, and Wolf’s newest series, the CBS procedural FBI, is as good as anything he’s ever done.
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10 hours ago by rgl7194
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14 hours ago by AramZS
Netflix cancels The Punisher and Jessica Jones, ending its Marvel shows - CNET
Netflix is officially no longer producing Marvel's live-action shows. The streaming service has canceled both The Punisher and Jessica Jones, according to Deadline, with the latter's third season set to debut as the last batch of Marvel live-action episodes on Netflix.
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