Netflix Series, IRON FIST Gets A Showrunner And Synopsis!

At least one major key in getting a television series off the ground is acquiring a showrunner. That said, further quelling rumors about the earlier announced Netflix series, Iron Fist and its so-called cancellation is a new announcement from Marvel that Scott Buck will lead point as showrunner for Netflix's fourth entry into its Marvel programming.

There's no word yet on who will star in the series but it isn't like Marvel will run out of options anytime soon. In the meantime, the show's precursors are still running high with Jessica Jones just airing as of November with Luke Cage currently in production, and season two of Daredevil well on the way to premiere next year long before Iron Fist and the subsequent ensemble series, The Defenders.

Read the announcement:
The 'Dexter' and 'Six Feet Under' vet joins the Marvel Universe! 
The Netflix Original Series “Marvel’s Iron Fist” has found its showrunner and Executive Producer in Scott Buck (“Dexter,” “Six Feet Under”)! 
Buck previously served as Executive Producer and showrunner of “Dexter” for the series’ final four years. He has also written for “Six Feet Under” and “Rome,” among other series. 
“Scott came in with a take on Iron Fist that quite simply knocked us off our feet,” said Executive Producer/Head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb. “We always look for the most creative minds in the field to help us bring our heroes to life, and with Scott we’ve found someone that can deliver yet another great series in the ongoing story of The Defenders.” 
“I’ve always been drawn to writing complex, intriguing characters, and that’s what most excites me about the opportunity to bring Danny Rand and “Iron Fist” to life with Marvel on Netflix,” said Buck. 
Returning to New York City after being missing for years, Daniel Rand fights against the criminal element corrupting New York City with his incredible kung-fu mastery and ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist. 
“Marvel’s Iron Fist” is the fourth series as part of an overall deal between Marvel Television and Netflix, which has already released the critically-acclaimed first seasons of “Marvel’s Daredevil” and “Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” with “Marvel’s Luke Cage” premiering in 2016. All four heroes will then unite in the mini-series event “Marvel’s The Defenders.”


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