How Luke Cage Plans to Please Binge Watchers and Hip-Hop Fans Alike

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As fall TV season amps up in the weeks ahead, viewers will have to decide whether they want to add yet another Marvel Netflix show to their queue. If Mike Colter’s turn as Luke Cage in Jessica Jones wasn’t enough to convince you to watch his character’s spinoff show Luke Cage when it premieres on September 31, let showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker convince you. In a recent interview with Vulture at San Diego Comic-Con, Coker spoke about how he used hip-hop to shape what he hopes will be an addictive and groundbreaking series.

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