Now that season two of The Punisher has been released on
WARNING: Light spoilers for The Punisher Season Two below. Proceed with caution if you have yet to see Frank Castle's sophomore outing on Netflix.
"We were finished before any of this started happening," Lightfoot said of Marvel's exodus from Netflix. "I left [season 2] on that final shot that was just meant to [make people go], “Wow, I can’t wait to see season 3.” That was it."
Lightfoot made sure to mention that even though season two ended on somewhat of a cliff hanger, he was sure to write the season to the best of his ability.
"It’s like any show — if you’ve been in this business long enough, we’ve all worked on shows that got canceled that you wish hadn’t," reflected Lightfoot. "I just hope we made a great show.… My philosophy
Netflix has officially canceled Daredevil, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage and they've all but canceled The Defenders although official word hasn't surfaced in regards to the limited series team-up. Though he understands the business, Marvel TV boss and The Punisher executive producer Jeph Loeb made sure to mention the group is still disappointed in Netflix's decision.
"I’d rather not get into the specifics, other than we were and continue to be extremely disappointed by the decision that the network made," Loeb recounted. "But when you’re in the game, that’s all you can do. Everyone has a favorite television show that has been canceled on every single network, and we just happen to be at that place right now.1comments
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Both seasons of The Punisher are now streaming on Netflix.