Share. Daredevil ranked fourth last week in viewers' demand for all streaming platforms in the United States. By Adam Bankhurst…
Daredevil ranked fourth last week in viewers’ demand for all streaming platforms in the United States.
While Netflix may have recently interrupted Daredevil after its third season, it was apparently not due to viewing because the viewer’s demand for the Marvel show was quite high.
As reported by Parrot Analytics, a non-Netflix analyst, has demonstrated that Daredevil “ranked fourth of the week’s watchers demand among all digital originals in the US on all streaming platforms.”
Demand for Daredevil was only owned by Narcos, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Stranger Things, all of which also happen to be Netflix series.
This report was for the week ending December 1 and “the chart measures” desire, commitment and consideration “with weighted values that, for example, would give rise to the total” likes “a show accumulates but not as much as it total number of actual views. “
Daredevil was officially interrupted on November 2, 9, and in the last week of December it ended with” close to 30 million demand expressions “, which put it in front of such shows as Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale , House of Cards and Orange are New Black.
Following Iron Fist and Luke Cage, Daredevil is the third Marvel Netflix show to be discontinued, leaving just Punisher and Jessica Jones with more episodes to come.
These cancellations arrive as Disney is preparing its Disney + streaming service and we discussed whether it was the reason to end these shows or if there is more to the story.
While Netflix has said that the three seasons of Daredevil will remain in service over the next few years, those looking for new stories will be glad to know that Marvel has promised that we can “look forward to more adventures with man without fear in the future. “
Adam Bankhurst is a newswriter for IGN who feels bad for all fans of this show, which seemed to have much more stories to tell. You can follow him on Twitter @ AdamBankhurst.