Marvel has been absolutely making a killing in terms of ratings on their Netflix programming, but ever since the first episode of this new series, I knew something was going to be off. I'm sure you've heard that most of the big critics who reviewed this show early online didn't actually watch the entire show, which is why the ratings are so terrible, but that gripe aside, it's not like those reviews are wrong. Easily the weakest of the television shows to come from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, here are my thoughts on why Iron Fist isn't as bad as people have been saying. Before I begin to defend this show, I'd like to dive into the story itself and explain why it doesn't work. The story of a man who was thought to be dead by everyone after a plane crash he went through as a child, Danny Rand returns home after being trained in a monastery for many years.
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Development[ edit ] An Iron Fist film had been in development at Marvel Studios since , originally to be co-financed by Artisan Entertainment. He explained that Marvel and Netflix deliberately held off on Iron Fist news until Marvel's Jessica Jones premiered so that series, revolving around a character largely unknown to the general audience, got the spotlight. Loeb promised that news on a showrunner would be coming,  and Marvel announced that Scott Buck would serve in the role a month later. Loeb felt Metzner's "love of all things Iron Fist and his extensive knowledge of martial arts films made him the perfect choice" for new showrunner. He's someone that has optimism and hope, and despite whatever the odds are, everything is always going to work out. All he can do is punch really hard
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