Finn Jones’ Iron Fist was the first of the Netflix slate of Marvel series to be cancelled in October 2018. The show’s debut season gained widespread criticism from fans and critics alike. The second season was slightly better, receiving mixed reviews.
The show’s second season ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, but unfortunately, fans of the series never got to see what happened to Danny Rand (Finn Jones), Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick), Ward Meachum (Tom Pelphrey), and the rest of the cast.
In a recent interview with Collider, Jones spoke about his latest role in Apple TV’s Dickinson. During the conversation, they asked Jones is he had any idea what the plan was for Iron Fist‘s third season. Jones’ response can be seen below:
Jones went on to state that “season 3 just had so much promise and its a shame to see it squandered and never get to reach its potential.” When asked how it felt knowing that the show had been cancelled after two seasons and without reaching its peak, Jones had this to say:
Iron Fist season one and season two can still be watched on Netflix, along with The Defenders, which saw Jones team up with characters from Netflix’s connected universe of characters, Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage.
In recent months, we’ve seen multiple rumours indicating that Marvel Studios may be interested in bringing back Charlie Cox as Daredevil and Krysten Ritter’s Jessica Jones. Fan’s of Iron Fist may also get the chance to see Danny Rand in the MCU again, however, early reports suggest that the character will be rebooted.