With the premiere of Marvel and Netflix’s third series, Luke Cage, just days away now, showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker has announced the writers and directors for episodes four through nine. This is following his announcement of the writers and directors for the first three episodes just last week. And much like the first group announced, the talent assembled for Luke Cage is both varied and impressive. From the likes of Akela Cooper (Grimm, The 100) to Christian Taylor (Teen Wolf, Six Feet Under) to Charles Murray (Sons of Anarchy, Star Wars Rebels), who both wrote episodes for the series, to Andy Goddard (Daredevil, Torchwood) and Sam Miller (Luther, American Crime), who both directed episodes, Coker has assembled an impressive group of highly-regarded individuals to help bring this series to life.

You can check out the list of the rest of the talent involved up through episode nine by reading Coker’s tweets below.


Vincenzo Natali has directed episodes of such acclaimed shows as The Strain and Orphan Black as well as yet-to-be-aired episodes of Westworld and Star Trek: Discovery.


Marc Jobst may be familiar to fans of the Netflix corner of the MCU as he directed the New York’s Finest episode of the second season of Daredevil as well as episodes of Hemlock Grove and Hannibal.


Sam Miller has directed more than half of the episodes of the acclaimed drama Luther as well as shows like Black Sails, American Crime, and the film No Good Deed starring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson.


Andy Goddard is also no stranger to the MCU as he directed the Daredevil season 2 episode Regrets Only. Goddard is also well respected for knowing his way around a franchise property with his work on Dr. Who, Torchwood, and Downton Abbey.


Norwegian director Magnus Martens has helmed episodes of Banshee, 12 Monkeys as well as next week’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.


Tom Shankland hails from the UK and has directed episodes of The Leftovers, The Missing, and House of Cards.

With just three days left, we hope Coker lets us know who wrote and directed the final episodes of the series.

The entire first season of Luke Cage will hit Netflix on September 30th – this Friday! Until then, you can catch Mike Colter as the bulletproof hero on the first season of Jessica Jones, which is currently streaming on Netflix.

Source: Twitter.