Last month, Netflix announced two of the " Defenders " series produced with Marvel and Netflix had ceased, and now…
Last month, Netflix announced two of the ” Defenders ” series produced with Marvel and Netflix had ceased, and now the Daredevil plug also draws. Season three debuted a few weeks ago starring Charlie Cox as the blind hero who protects Hell’s kitchen, but that’s it ̵
1; for now. In a statement, Netflix said: “We are grateful to our partners at Marvel, showrunner Erik Oleson, the author of the show, starring and incredibly cast, including Charlie Cox as Daredevil himself, and we are grateful to fans who have supported show over the years. The Netflix series has ended, the three existing seasons will remain in service over the next few years, while the character Daredevil will continue in future Marvel projects. ”
Since Disney has Developed their Disney + service, both have failed to agree to continue these series anymore. Still, there is the opportunity Disney could turn around and introduce something for its network now. At the same time, Netflix spends money in other areas, but when Disney + launches in 2019, it will be interesting to see how it responds.
Daredevil was the first Marvel / Netflix show that hit the service 2015, and now only Jessica Jones and The Punisher are left. Hopefully, we have some more hallway fighting situations before us before a (seemingly) unavoidable end comes to them too.