'Iron Fist' News And Update: Release Date Announced; New Photo And Trailer Teased Upcoming Series

"Iron Fist" , the fourth and last series planned in the Marvel Netflix TV shows, has finally announced its release date, March 17, 2017, along with a teaser trailer and photo. Included in the Marvel series is Daredevil, Jessica Jones and just recently released Luke Cage.

Superhero "Iron Fist" and his alter ego Danny Rand will be played by Finn Jones, popularly known as Loras Tyrell in "Game of Thrones." "Iron Fist" is about a billionaire Buddhist who practices martial arts and has mastered summoning his chi making him a wielder of a mysterious force known as "Iron Fist". After 15 years, he returns to New York where everyone thought he was already dead from a plane crash. He makes it his mission to reclaim what is rightfully his including their family business. But everything becomes complicated when he has to choose between his legacy or his duties as "Iron Fist."

He is also known to be Luke Cage's partner to form a team called Heroes for Hire.

"Iron Fist" was first adapted as an animated TV series turned video game and now into a Marvel Netflix TV series. Eventually, Marvel plans to combine all four superheroes and team up for a miniseries called "The Defenders" as soon as each show has had a good run.

Netflix does not release statistics how each show is doing and how popular each is to their market. However, judging by how "Luke Cage" overwhelmed the servers of Netflix, it looks like Marvel is doing good so far. "Daredevil" is doing good too with its second season gaining 13 million viewers in the first 35 days from release. "Jessica Jones" only drew 6 million viewers in the same period of time but it was a better result compared to "House of Cards" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" In addition, Metacritic reports the rating of "Jessica Jones", although far from "Daredevil", is said to be the most critically well-received from all Marvel programs.

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