Luke Cage Season 6 Episode 11 “Now You’re Mine ”:– Watch Luke Cage Season 6 Episode 1 “Chapter 11” on Projectfreetv,Charles Murray, Kayla Cooper, and Nathan Jackson served as writers on the series. Coker noted that the majority of the series’ writers are African-American, “a rarity on television”. Each episode is named after a Gang Starr song, with Coker explaining, “I wanted the 13 episodes to feel like an album. Like when Prince put out an album, you would shut things out and listen to the whole thing. But now, with TV, you binge watch. This show is made to binge. The music helps, but it is all about the pace.Coker was inspired to do this by television producer Shonda Rhimes, who names each episode of Grey’s Anatomy after a pop song. Coker chose the Gang Starr songs ahead of his first pitch meeting with Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb, to help organize his planned story arcs.Loeb described the series as “a fugitive story”, and “a story of redemption … the hero’s journey”, while Mike Colter described it as having “soul” and “intensity”, compared to the “dark action” of Marvel’s Daredevil and the “noir feel” of Jessica Jones.ason Tanz of Wired also likened the series to neo-blaxploitation. Coker described Luke Cage as “a powerful fusion of dark drama, hip-hop, and classic superhero action” while being “The Wire of Marvel television, because we really deal with a lot of different issues.” The series picks up “a few months” after Jessica Jones and is set in Harlem rather than the Hell’s Kitchen of the previous two series, which Colter described as “a completely different world”. Marvel Comics’ editor-in-chief Joe Quesada stated that unlike the fictionalized version of Hell’s Kitchen depicted in Daredevil and Jessica Jones, which was more inline with how it was when the comics were first written, the Harlem of Luke Cage represents the Harlem of “today”, and is truer to the real-life modern New York.Coker described Cottonmouth’s club, Harlem’s Paradise, as the series’ Iron Throne, given “the way that it’s established, it just really sets up our version of this universe in a really compelling, really fun way,” also adding that he “wanted to invoke the history of Harlem in terms of creating a club… So it’s crime, politics, music, really the whole cornucopia of the black creative existence in one place.” Alfre Woodard described Harlem as its own character within the series, with Colter noting that “Harlem, the character that we’re trying to create, does resemble Harlem of maybe ten years ago.”
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Action | Crime | Drama
Release: 30 September 2016
IMDB Rating : 9.0/10
Director: George Tillman Jr.
Writers: Archie Goodwin
Stars : Mike Colter, Mahershala Ali, Simone Missick