Viewers loved every single second of Marvel’s Daredevil Season 3. However, it will be the last of Daredevil anyone can see. Daredevil Season 4 is off the table. And has been officially cancelled by Netflix in November.
With the latest season of Daredevil in, fans became curious to know when Season 4 will release.
But within the initial week of Season 3 earned glowing reviews from critics. However, the Marvel/Netflix universe collapsed with the cancellation of Iron Fist and Luke Cage. Production of the third season of Jessica Jones and the second season of The Punisher were already in progress. Alongside, previous reports confirmed The Defenders was a done deal.
Daredevil’s renewal for season 4 was then cancelled on November 29, 2018.
Why was Daredevil’s season 4 cancellation predicted?
The Marvel shows productions are Netflix’s to cancel, says Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos. Furthermore, Disney reached the end of its agreement with Netflix and readied the launch of Disney+ in 2019.
With its array of original Marvel shows rumoured to premiere there is a reason for Disney to continue having original shows on a competing platform.
Meanwhile, Daredevil Season 3 showrunner Erik Oleson said in an interview that he was “hopeful” for Season 4. He said that he could tell us that he is very hopeful of doing a Season 4. Further adding that there has not yet been any kind of an official pick-up, but if there is, he is very hopeful that he will be a part of it.
What could season 4 have held?
If Daredevil Season 4 happened had happened, fans can tell its story would be based on the ending of Season 3.
After Wilson Fisk played by Vincent D’Onofrio is sent back to prison. Matt Murdock repairs his friendship with Foggy and Karen Page. As the three re-establish their law firm. And further, Matt has seemingly put his vigilante days behind him.