It was reported on Thursday night (29) that Daredevil, the flagship series of the Netflix-Marvel partnership, was officially canceled at its peak, shortly after the successful launch of the third season. Check out the press release released by streaming service interns:
“Daredevil will not return for a fourth season on Netflix. We are very proud of the show’s last season, and while it is painful for fans, we thought it best to end this chapter on a high note> We are grateful to our Marvel partners, showrunner Erik Oleson , writers, star team and incredible cast, including Charlie Cox as Daredevil himself, and we are grateful to the fans who have supported the program over the years. “
“As the series on Netflix ends, the three existing seasons will remain in service for many years, while the Daredevil character will live on future projects for Marvel,” continues Netflix. Remember the third season with the trailer below, subtitled in Portuguese:
The Defenders never intended to be taken to a second season and, with Iron Fist and Luke Cage also canceled, only Jessica Jones moves on. At the moment, the series starring Krysten Ritter is in production and its third season should be released in 2019.
Rumors indicate that Netflix’s cancellations are temporary and that the series should return soon through Disney’s new streaming service, which takes over the broadcast and production rights for any title under the Marvel brand. Nothing is confirmed yet.
Read more about Daredevil at Cinema10.