Netflix’s breakout Marvel show Daredevil revived by Disney+ for ‘season four’

The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen is being revived by Disney four years after it last aired on Netflix. Marvel bosses have confirmed the series will return ‘as a sequel’ to previous episodes.

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Fans of the Marvel TV series Daredevil, which aired on Netflix from 2015-2018, have reason to rejoice – as the series has been revived by Disney+.

The hit show stars Charlie Cox as the famous superhero – who is a blind lawyer named Matt Murdock by day and crime cop named Daredevil by night.

The series is considered by many to be the best Marvel TV show, with 39 episodes airing over three seasons – and co-existing with fellow shows Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron First, The Punisher and the superhero series Hero The Defenders.

Fans were disappointed when the series was kicked out by Netflix in November 2018 despite widespread critical acclaim and a large global audience – but now fortunes have changed and the show will come to life now that the rights to this series are handed back to Disney.

A ‘new but continuing series’ about Netflix’s Daredevil is coming to Disney+



Various reports on Thursday that the show is “moving forward” at Disney+ with screenwriters Matt Corman and Chris Ord hired to write the new series.

They reported, “Rumors have persisted for a while that a Disney+ series about The Fearless Man is in the works, especially considering that two of the Netflix series stars.” Daredevil” – Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio – has appeared in recent Marvel projects.

“Cox once again plays Matt Murdock, the secret identity of Daredevil, in Spider-Man: No Way Home, while D’Onofrio reprises his role as Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, in the Disney+ series Hawkeye.

Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock aka Daredevil



“It looks like the project is going very well with the hiring of Corman and Ord, although Marvel has yet to officially announce anything regarding the show.”

While, The Hollywood Reporter supported the news, wrote: “Matt Corman and Chris Ord have been tapped to write and execute a series notable for being the first Netflix Marvel show to feature a new but continuing series.”

Erik Oleson, the host of the show’s third season, which aired on Netflix in 2018, shared his delight at the renewed news on social media.

He tweeted: “Emotional to hear that #Daredevil is alive. Best cast and best fan base EVER!”

While the cast of Amy Rutberg, who played sassy lawyer Marci Stahl on the show and was a big voice in the campaign to help revive the show, shared her joy at the news.

She tweeted: “I think there are a few people who might want to hear… # Daredevil #saveDaredevil.”

Fans have also reacted to the news with widespread glee, with one tweeting: “I bet Charlie Cox is so excited to be back with Daredevil again and especially in the MCU.”

However, some fans have expressed concern that there will be a noticeable change in quality for next season as the players are changing.

New series will ‘continue’ established stories on Netflix series



One worried fan tweeted: “What confuses me is why [Marvel President Kevin] Feige et al. didn’t just hire Daredevil season 3 showrunners for the Disney+ series when his team already had a sketch for season 4. What a waste of time.”

While others are concerned that the brutal violence scene that made Daredevil a hit on Netflix could be dropped from the Disney+ version because Marvel movies released via the streaming service have more “PGs”. .

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