Luke Cage is ready to take back Harlem for the people in the new trailer for the Marvel/Netflix series of the same name.
Mike Colter plays Cage, who was blessed with unbreakable skin and super strength after a prison experiment went awry.
Initially content to fade into the background, Cage finds that he can’t sit idly by while gangsters like Cornell “Cottonmouth” Stokes (Mahershala Ali) and his cousin, local politician Mariah Stokes (Alfre Woodard), try to choke the lifeblood out of Harlem.
Next up will be “Iron Fist” starring Finn Jones as a young man who returns to New York with incredible martial arts skills that allows him to channel his chi energy into his strikes. All four characters will then join forces for “The Defenders” miniseries.
Low-key modern Western (and Netflix original Series) "Longmire" returns for its fifth season of crime fighting in Wyoming.
Leaving Sept. 25:
September is a bad month for J.J. Abrams-produced shows on Netflix, as "Alias" and its spy family join "Fringe" in abandoning viewers who want to re-watch the incomparable "Phase Two" episode whenever they want.
Just squeaking in under the wire is "Marvel's Luke Cage," the much-anticipated third entrant in Marvel's "Defenders" series, starring Mike Colter as the indestructible hero also known as Power Man in the funny books.
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”Zootopia,“ ”Supergirl“ and ”Zoolander“ round out the list of what’s coming and what’s going this month on the streaming service
From Disney's "Zootopia" to Netflix Originals "Narcos" and "Marvel's Luke Cage" to "Jaws," read on for the best of what Netflix is adding in September -- and what you need to watch before it leaves.