Fans of the hit Marvel series Daredevil are still stunned over the show’s cancellation from streaming giant Netflix just under two weeks ago. As it turns out, Daredevil star Charlie Cox, who played Matt Murdock/Daredevil on the series, was just as stunned when he heard the news himself.
Speaking recently to Entertainment Weekly, Cox commented for the first time on the show’s surprising cancellation on Netflix. He said:
Though the series will no longer air on the Netflix streaming platform, it looks like we haven’t seen the last of Matt Murdock and his crew, which hopefully means Cox will be reprising the role at some point in the future.
Shortly after the cancelation announcement was made, Marvel released a statement saying:
Whether or not this means the show will be moving to Disney’s new streaming platform, Disney+, or perhaps there’s another fate in mind for the characters, Marvel’s interest in future plans for the series make sense given the suggested report of its popularity. Here’s hoping we get a lot more Daredevil in the future.
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